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Bridgestone 'TRON'

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BRIDGESTONE/54CM/92'

NITTO B123AA/ITM BIG ONE

BRIDGESTONE/DURA ACE

HED DEEP CLINCHER/HED3/DURA ACE-VELOCITY

DURA ACE TRACK HF-MAVIC OPEN PRO CERAMIC (SPOKES TIED AND SOLDERED)

DURA ACE TRACK 165/DURA ACE SEALED

SELLE MAGMA/THOMSON ELITE

MKS PEDALS/SHIMANO SPD'S/HKK CHAIN

16/44/DURA ACE RING/MKS TUGS

NEVER SEES THE TRACK JUST TIME TRIALS, ROAD RIDES AND FAGS 'N' BEER RUNS.

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real NICE stem!

real NICE stem!

spinergy rev x = explosion

spinergy rev x = explosion in which case you break your jaw and your ear gets ripped off by the street, true story. it happened in my town.

and p.s. im not hatin, just looking out, those things are known to fail bad, im not saying yours will. just check that thing every once in awhile for cracks or any type of damage and shit.

hahaha jdiamond were you

hahaha jdiamond were you there when the guy lost his ear because my buddy Mike down at Rasmussen was just telling me this same story.

not this stuck record again.

not this stuck record again. rev-x's are fine, ive hammered it over potholes cobbles and some of the worst roads in the uk. any wheel can fail. from open pros right up to rev-x's.

49x17

You'll never get up them hills with that gearing...

really?

i know some one that rides 48x13 in a very hilly city and they get up hills just fine, faster than every one else actually. it's more about the rider than the gearing. whatever you find most comfortable is best, if he likes that gear i don't really see the problem. though you could go a bit easier and still not have to worry about spinning out down big hills.

nice bike btw! i love bridgestones.

thankyou, it was expensive

thankyou, it was expensive and stressful build.

LEG POWER.

LEG POWER.

truesay

14 48 is a good range for relatively hilly place. youre not gonna struggle too much. i ride a 10 speed and the only gears i use in what is a pretty hilly area are 14/52 and 16/52. I recently removed the front derailleur because i found i dont use it at all. Ill go fixed at a ratio like that one day but i dont have the commitment or time/money.

i love your optimism! the

i love your optimism! the 48/14 was doable but it wasnt nice. sustained speed was sik tho!

Hey man nice picture

Hey man nice picture

haha dunno what was wrong

haha dunno what was wrong with it, sorted itself now



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