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Samson NJS

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Samson NJS

Nitto 38cm/ nitto jag

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Dura ace mavic MA40

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Campy Record

Kashimax aero/ nitto jag


Dia compe/ gran compe

Didnt see this coming but its rad. Rides great

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about that keirin brake, do

about that keirin brake, do they tend to leaves dents on the forks where they mount up? ive seen pics and an off to the side mention of damage from clamp on brakes, but never anybody complaining directly or even starting a thread about it. id like to try one as most of my bikes arent drilled, but not if its going to leave damage.

Fork Clamp

Clamp are not going to leave a dent.

It will if you overtighten and it get banged up.

Put old inner tube in between.

Nice Samson, looks to be 55 or 55.5 c/t seat tube.


hey, thanks a bunch. i dont

hey, thanks a bunch. i dont ride without a brake, and i refuse to drill a track bike, so any bike ive got without drillings has to wait its turn to get on the track and i want to ride them more than that!!!

yap good eye. its somewhere

yap good eye. its somewhere around 55-56cm.

good to know about the clamps also. That means the brake stays... at least through the rainy season.

ya know im not sure. The

ya know im not sure. The bike came with it and i was pretty excited cause ive never ridden fixed with a break either. Ive never wanted to drill a perfectly good track fork. ill let you know how it goes though.

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