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Milwaukee Bruiser Prototype

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Milwaukee Bruiser Prototype

DMR Wingbar, Thomson Elite 50mm

Milwaukee Bruiser, Chris King NoThread

Weinman DP18, Formula hub

Velocity Chucker, Profile Fixed hub

SRAM Omnium

Grunge saddle, Kalloy post

Odyssey Twisted Plastic, Hold Fast straps, KMC chain

Surly 17t cog, 3RRR 46t Chainring

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Just wondering how tall you are. That's a tall frame!

I'd like a Bruiser for myself, but I'm torn between medium and large.

Any help on that front would be much appreciated.



I like your color set up but I think the rear is too "ordinary" for your bike. I would suggest a pink rim on the rear.

what kinda chainring is that

what kinda chainring is that

It's a 3RRR Chainring, they

It's a 3RRR Chainring, they are made here in Boston.


that geometry looks so weird. it's got clearance like it's got a suspension fork.
does it ride lazy?

Not at all. It actually has

Not at all. It actually has a 74.5 degree head tube. It handles like a track bike. Milwaukee (along with John Prolly) designed it with an extra long top tube to allow it to have a steep head tube angle while still being bar-spinable.


It this the one that there are photos of on the site? it looks just like it with the white and purple. I ordered one forever ago and am still waiting...

It is, I got it from John

It is, I got it from John Prolly. It looks like your wait should be over soon. Enjoy your Bruiser!



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