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KHS Areo Track

Cxp33 on Miche Primato

Cxp33 on Miche Primato

Pedal overlap is down to an acceptable amount with the look fork.

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sell me the stock fork?

or the whole bike?

Not for sale, sorry.

Not for sale, sorry.

is this steel or aluminum?

is this steel or aluminum?




do you know what year the frame is?


i have no idea. i know that untill ´99 the steel ones got the curved seat tube und the ´99 steel model looks similar to mine, thats all.

What size is your bike? The

What size is your bike? The wheel base looks super short. I would go with shorter cranks and try to hold onto that matching fork if you can. The overlap shouldn't matter much once you're over 10mph anyways.

Size should be 50cm. The

Size should be 50cm. The wheelbase is very short. How would you hit a 170mm crankarm with the front wheel otherwise. Ill have to see how i can fix that, switching the fork is going to be the last resort.

165mm Cranks would only help

165mm Cranks would only help but so much if you say that it overlaps without pedals with the 170's. i think overlap is gonna be unavoidable on that thing, that wheelbase is friggen ridiculous.

so what'd you end up doing?

so what'd you end up doing? i recently acquired the same exact frame, same size. and you're right, overlap is ridiculous. i use 165mm cranks and at least the arms clear, pedals, unfortunately do not. how was it riding around like that?

Well i put on some 165mm

Well i put on some 165mm cranks. it helps, but not enough to be completly confident bombing trough traffic. but i rode it a lot this summer and it was a lot of fun. the new bars suck on longer rides tough.

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