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Bianchi Pista Concept 2005

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Bianchi Pista Concept 2005

Ritchey PRO Stem

Bianchi Carbon, Cane Creek Tange

Aerospoke, Panaracer T-Serv

Velocity Deep-V, Panaracer T-Serv

Sugino-75 Crank Set 48T

Soma Okami

MKS Sylvan Track, KMC Chain

Miche Track Cog 17T

This is my very first fixed gear bike I build.
I'm pretty stoked on it.

People who friended this bike Garym, CONDENADO, imacmittens, Velociclo, Indians44987, cqbfix, guitarrista rob, Thirteen.

Your stem is Ok

You build a bike to suit your tastes. If you like it, that is what matters.

people

are stupid. If you like, scratch that, love the bike like you say, then leave it! yah it makes sense to scoot your rear wheel up because that is how the frame is designed but the stem is amazingly cool and if you like it thats all that matters.

so true

there are a lot of people on here that tell others what to do but as a tall guy i can tell you i ride different then a short guy and vice versa everyone rides different and has different comfort. ride how you ride and dont ever stop

chain

Hey has anyone told you? You should probably take some links out and move that wheel forward. :) Take advantage of that cutout seat tube. "Track" bikes are supposed to have a small wheelbase.
Definitely get a new stem, cut the steerer tube, get some track pedals with foot retention (clips and straps), then! It will be the tits.

Take some links out of the

Take some links out of the chain so your rear end is not so long. Also, GET RID OF THAT FUCKING UGLY STEM! THAT IS SO BAD!

sehr cool, was fuer ein

sehr cool, was fuer ein Kettenblatt ist das? Pista Concepts sind eh durchaus rar in Oesterreich wuerd ich mal sagen ...

es ist ein Sugino 75/48T

es ist ein Sugino 75/48T Kettenblatt. ja das stimmt, ich hab den Rahmen auch aus USA mitgenommen.

Cool!

You should remove some links out of your chain, than it would look better, and ride better!



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