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IRO Mark V 56

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IRO Mark V 56

easton stem to forte carbon riser

iro w/ fsa orbit

spinergy rev-x or aerospoke

velocity deep v 36H tp shimano coaster hub w/ DT swiss spokes


brooks b-17 and kalloy stem

mks sylvan and kmc silver chain


skidding is fun w/ the coaster!

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nice bike. 56 cm?

im gonna get a mark v really soon. but i dont know at size to ride. i ride a 54 cm right now. but some ppl say i cant fit a 56 and some say i cant. how tall are you? and how does it fit on you?

Nice bike

Nice bike ,real cool style

how do you like your

how do you like your aerospoke? I was thinking about checking one out, but I hear they are really heavy...


hey i like the look and its definitely heavy. but theres nothing better than being able to jump off little curbs, etc., and not have to worry about it. its a good feeling. i still like my spinergy look more even though its definitely a lot less safe.

yeah, that's basically what

yeah, that's basically what i've heard from other people. i'm just so skeptical because right now my fork and front wheel combined are about 5 lbs, and an aerospoke is almost 5 lbs on its own.

take that spinergy off

take that spinergy off before you die.


what's the issue with spinergy (I am admittedly ignorant)?

they have a horrible failure

they have a horrible failure rate.

not really

the ones from 95 and 96 do, and they have 17 reported cases from hundreds of thousands of wheels sold. theyre just flexy and were never meant for a track bike, especially on the street.

Well, I have seen one fail

Well, I have seen one fail right in front of me. The design is structurally unsound, even for light riders. They also made them for MTB's. So why can a rim with the same technology not hold up on the street? I think you need to dig a little more with your facts and figures.

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