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C'mute touring rig

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Pake C'mute / 54cm

VO porteur / Thompson

Pake C'mute / Cane Creek

Ultegra hubs / Mavic Open Pro

Ultegra hubs / Mavic Open Pro

Shimano 105

Brooks B-17 / Shimano XTR

GR-9 / shimano LX

Dura Ace barend / 105 med-reach rear . sora front

Avid Shorty 6 / Avid Speed Dial SL

11-32 cassette

Love the set up. This is my lazy bike, Most comfortable bike i have ever rode. And i can climb walls on this thing, check out that 30t front 32t rear gear. If i did anything more then a light tour i would swap for drop bars and swap front racks.

People who friended this bike the fumingator, thegrither, campystamp, Sloth, Mtbfixed, axe_somebody, BIKE4DAYS, cg3288

C'mute love

You've got a good setup there. I rocked the mustache bars for awhile too but went to the drops a month or two ago. Are you considering a certain handlebar right now to replace the mustaches with?

no idea

No, i have no idea, any suggestions?

PAKE C'MUTE

You have a sweet set up man that bike is awesome, I really want to buy one and im already saving up how does it feel all in all

mooaaarr Nitto :P

I've been rull happy with the B135 Randonneurs in 45cm width... they feel more like 41 or 42s in the hoods and the width in the drops is nice. Plus the long reach of the bars combined with a stem shorter than my normal shorter-reach bars and long-reach stem combo makes the top section very relaxed and comfortable.

Hard to go wrong with the 176 Dreams or 177 Noodles either. I even considered the RM-013 dirt drops, but I have a feeling they wouldnt be quite as comfortable as the B135 Rando's.



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