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My (slow) Racing Machine

Bike tags: Track bike | Fuji Track Pro | Powertap | Thomson | Zipp
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Fuji Track Pro 2003

Thomson 130 5 degree with 42 cm Nitto CroMoB123's

FSA integrated, Fuji Track Pro Fork

Zip 440 road with track skewer

Zipp 440 32 hole laced to customized PowerTap Pro(Surly FIxxer and custom axle)

Miche 172.5's with Miche BB

Fuji Stock saddle with generic Aluminum Silver seatpost

Speedplay X2 Wipperman and stock chains

49-51t x 14-16t

This bike is my Sprint Racing bike for Hellyer.

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Nice ride, but our frameset

Nice ride, but our frameset was the last of the non-integrated headsets.... You could throw a Chris King on it with no problem.

OH OH OH OH CYCLE-OPS

OH OH OH OH CYCLE-OPS POWERTAP!!

Miche cranks

How are they? Any problems? I'm building up a pista concept and thinking about the miche piste group.
Thanks,
Shiori

Looks like a mean track

Looks like a mean track machine. Whats up with the 172.5 cranks? I am currently running the same length on my spicer, but I want to get some 165s to decrease the amount of toe overlap (while street riding), and increase my spin (for the track).

What does the powertap do?

"What's up with the 172.5

"What's up with the 172.5 cranks?"
Not sure what you mean..this is only ridden at Hellyer veledrome, so I do not have to worry about pedal strike. On the 60cm frame, I have never had any toe overlap issues.

I am 6'4"....my road and TT bikes have 180mm cranks..so the stock 170's were to short..am going to try these to see if they are closer to "right"

Thanks for the comments.

The powertap is a cycling computer which measures power, cadence, and heart rate. It is a tool to monitor workouts/races, to help you figure out where you could improve.



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