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Bareknuckle

Bike tags: Track bike | Bareknuckle
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EAI Bareknuckle 56cm

B125AA / Thomson X2 120mm

CHRIS KING

Gran Come / Velo Orange

Gran Compe / Velo Orange

DURA ACE / Shimano

Flite Ti / Thomson

MKS / SRAM

Sold my Alien and bought this. Rides a little smoother, BB area is a little stiffer. Front-end handling on this one makes it real fun in the city.

People who friended this bike trigzz, Pillpoppin, per.k

flite is so thrashed!!! dope

flite is so thrashed!!! dope build yo

Me gusta your flite! I kinda

Me gusta your flite! I kinda miss my BK

I have a BK too! Awesome

I have a BK too! Awesome bike, swap out the fork for something lighter, you'll be surprised how heavy that fork actually is on its own.

790g... It's not that bad

790g... It's not that bad for a cromo fork.

I dunno it felt heavier than

I dunno it felt heavier than that when I was holding it in my hands. I wasn't a fan of the shallow fork ends (maybe it was just my copy of the fork that didn't seem to be made too well). The blades were a little too wide for my tastes. I guess I just don't like the stock fork haha.

Totally agree! I don't

Totally agree! I don't really like the brake hole that sticks out and the blades wideness. It's a great steel fork tho. I'm considering a carbon Alpina for mine but I'm not sure of the clearance with the 30mm rake and the short axle to crown lenght.

funny you mention that - i

funny you mention that - i was actually considering swapping the fork for a super pista fork (http://www.bianchiusa.com/store/bianchi-super-pista-carbon-fork.html) down the line just because i really like the way a steel frame rides with carbon fork, and the weight is right.

consider a used wound-up. i

consider a used wound-up. i think it would look way better with the frameset, and would be around that same price.



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