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Yamaguchi Aero Track         Featured Bike! on 04/27/2012

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57cm Yamaguchi Aero Track

Nitto B125 + Nitto Ultimate Ideal Track Stem 110mm

Yamaguchi Fork + Campagnolo Record Headset

Zipp 404 Track Wheelset (Alternative: Araya 1W + Suntour Superbe Hubs)

Zipp 404 Track Wheelset (Alternative: Araya 1W + Suntour Superbe Hubs)

Campagnolo Crankset 165mm + Campagnolo BB

Current saddle: Selle Italia Flite (Pictured: Brooks Swift) + DA Aero Seatpost

Speedplay Zero Pedals + Sram PC-7 Chain

Track: 50/15 + City: 50/17


Just posted and featured already! Beautiful Yamaguchi Aero Track! Love these true temper frames!

I going to nitpick here and

I going to nitpick here and say... needs silver headset spacers. Haha

Brilliant build. So lovely.

dis comment

No. I'm certainly not the

No. I'm certainly not the only one that would probably find this a PERFECT build, minus replacing the black spacers with silver to match the headset and stem. I'd actually consider putting on a stem with less drop, so that the tower of spacers could be removed.

Not a "dis" but rather constructive feedback. It's what this site is for.


i meant more like dis comment

as in like, dat comment.

ya know?

The spacers are carbon

The spacers are carbon spacers and does the job just fine. It's the perfect height and reach when in the drops on the track. I agree aesthetically it would be fine to change the spacers, but not necessary. In the end, it does its job.

C'mon man... look at your

C'mon man... look at your bikes posted! CLEARLY you are really into building gorgeous bikes and having every little detail matter. You're obviously someone that spares no expensive to make an outstanding build... so hearing you say "it does the job", slightly pains me! Haha







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