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46cm Swobo Sanchez, complimented with a black Yancopad.

Chopped stock bars w/ Oury grips, flipped stock stem, Paul E-lever.

Stock fork, Cane Creek headset, Shimano 105 brake.

Stock

Stock

Stock

Thompson seat post, stock seat (damn it's comfy! The previously installed Selle Italia.....not so much.)

MKS pedals and clips, Soma double leather straps, stock chain.

Stock 48/16

First track bike. I've only had it 2 days. Version 1.1 as there will be many updates in the months to come. Check it.

People who friended this bike CONDENADO, xxjasonxx, The boy with the golden arms, sea babies, timoni

Shim

Did you have to use a shim for your e-lever on those swobo bars? what did you use?

Re: Shim

Yes there is a shim, it's just a thin peice of aluminium it looks like. I had the shop istall it on the intial build of the bike so I'm not exactly sure what they used, but when I moved the lever it just looked like a thin piece of aluminium to me.

Hope that helps.

mwa

NOT

a trackbike. sorry dude....

you got ripped off....

Would you rather....

....it be listed as "sick ass messenger fixie"? I sure wouldn't besides, rearward facing horizontal drop outs and 120mm chainstays.....sounds like track bike specs to me.

Oh and to pay 10% less than cost from a reputable shop in my bicycling community....totally ripped off.

Thanks and come again.

I Think...

mircsterus is just thrown off by how incredibly small this bike is. I mean it's tiny. Look, even the bars are "chopped". So small...

yeah....

you know how hard it was just to find a bike small enough for me? crikey!!

Of course it is.

It's no more or less a track bike than any of the dozens of other off-the-peg fixed gear bikes, any of which you can find here on Velospace. It may not be some poser's keirin bike with a 650c front wheel that being used to "freestyle" on, but that doesn't make it any less a track bike.



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