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FUJI TRACK COMP.

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FUJI TRACK COMP / 55CM

Vizion Areo. track bars / Thomson stem

fuji carbon double layer of alloy (original) / Cane Creek headset.

700 classic switcherland Areo, /Tire- thickslick

700 Velocity, / Phillwood Hub / Tire- Gatorskin

sugino messanger 46T cranck / Phillwood Bottom bracket.

BrookSaddle B17, / carbon fiber seatpost Fuji.

Bmx Demolitions / Half linked chain.

i love my bike!

People who friended this bike daddyjimmy, campystamp

Let me see if I'm understanding what's going on here...

You set this bike up for time trial with TT Bars. But you are riding with a heavy-ass aerospoke, you have a heavy 1/2 link chain (heavier than a 1/8 track chain), platform pedals, and a big saddle bag.

All kinds of wrong. ; )

you're right..

i guess other people will correct your mistakes, and thanks now i know what i need to change.

Its not a mistake, its just odd...

I'm setting my bike up with TT bars, but its a track/training bike so. It just seemed weird I guess–but if this is your only bike it makes sense. Cheers!

2nd photo- Your friend

2nd photo- Your friend really rides his bike with his bars angled that way?......

O

hahaha yeahh he doess, he says he feels comfortable with them like that.

Also his try-spoke is on

Also his try-spoke is on backwards?

O

haha oh shit, my bad, *tri* and yeah its put on correctly.

no its not

his bars are put on incorrectly and the trispoke is supposed to have the value on the driveside

you spelled "try" wrong

you spelled "try" wrong

Im just messin with you guys

Im just messin with you guys about the "try" BS. The coolest part about having your own bike, is that you can put your bars or wheels on however you want.......even if there backwards or upside down. Nice bikes!

ha

theres still a proper way to do things and the way they are now is incorrect

o

yeahh thanks, butt but i agree with the other guy, there is always proper ways to do something right.



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