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iro mark v - my baby

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53 iro mark v

syntace stratos 400 39 cm

iro/fsa

iro hub to pink deep v, conti grand prix's

iro flip-flip to pink deep v

iro 165 mm

iro post, brooks team pro "S" (ladies) in maroon with copper riveting and rails

mks platform pedals and clips, khs 610 chain

46 by 17

just upgraded from the iro drop bars to the syntace bullhorns and it's a huge improvement. bike feels natural now. oh and finally got rid of the duro hypersonic's after the fifth flat in a month and a half. i love you bike!

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Those Hypersonic tires were

Those Hypersonic tires were just plain awful huh?! I had those on my IRO and had to get them off RIGHT AWAY after a few flats. I too put on some Grand Prix 4000-S tires and they are the only think I would ride now.

I have yet to ride the Conti tires in snow/ice however, so you should let me know how they are in those conditions

you might want to think about

you might want to think about learning to stop without brakes. Either that or get your front rim machined. the rim is not made for brakes and I see the rubber slowly scraping off the pink off the front deep v already. just sayin. speed safe!

don't worry

You will still be able to stop. So what if the pink wears off a little? Its a freakin bike.

DIY machining

well it's 4 months later and thanks to my brake pads i now have a perfectly machined front rim. go prake pads!

Brake Pads

You should clean the brake pads off with rubbing alchohol since they accumulated all the paint from the rim.

I saw a DIY machining thing on instructables.com where the guy removed the anodization with a piece of granite...

Nice pedals!

The new photos look good! Great shot of the shoes too.



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