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Fuji obey build

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Fuji Obey / 60cm

40cm Alu handlebars off a Fuji Classic track / Nitto Pearl 100mm

Fuji Obey stock fork / Origin 8 1" threaded headset

Ti Grey Velocity Aero / Miche silver hub / Vittoria Zaffiro Pro folding

Ti Grey Velocity Aero / Miche silver hub / Vittoria Zaffiro Pro folding

Miche Advance Pista 144 bcd Crankset / Miche Primato BB

Leader Mordecai Saddle / Thompson Elite seat post

Borrowed pedals until I get new ones / HKK Vertex silver chain



EAI 17t cog / 46t Miche chainring


Before I put the Fuji handle bars on I had risers. Loved the look but hated them for long rides! I cant seem to find the perfect handle bars for me and will probably try out some bullhorns next.

People who friended this bike Vagrant, bobtailoner, Indians44987, simon Mire, cannonhugodale, CONDENADO, tag9, sryl, ejclab33, okdecay, Assi


if you fully taped the bars and put the saddle more flat it would be much comfier and still look fine

fuck the gold, thats how

fuck the gold, thats how these bikes are supposed to look.

thanks man

when i saw that the were selling these frames by themselves i was determined to change out that gold headset w a silver one and build it up with silver bits!


Might I suggest Nitto "dream" bars? They're road bars, but have a very classic shape and no indent for brake cables, so they'll stil look cool taped up like your current bars.

word up

i will check em out. thanks for the suggestion!


Thats a good looking bike you got there...if you're looking for comfort try road bars. The flats of most track drops are too rounded to ride the tops comfy. Or you could take the bars you got now and tilt em upwards a little more then you can lean on the start of the drop too.

Tilted the bars upwards

just tried this.. ugly as hell but comfy! thanks vagrant!


haha yeah it looks weird to me too...I try to find a happy medium. just enough so that it feels good and doesn't look too rediculous.

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