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Fuji aloha sold

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Fuji Aloha 1.0

Answer carbon risers(w/ some old semi-clear grips) and easton ec50

easton ec70 and FSA

Rolf vector comp

Ritchey hub and Aclass rim

bontrager racelite and gxp

ASPide fx w/ flames and fuji aero carbon

clips and straps

ultegra 9 front, rear, and cassette, shimano mega9 shifters, cannondale carbon fiber brakes

This thing was fun, but the steering was all screwed up from it being a TT bike, and the appeal of a frame made in taiwan isn't all that great. I swapped the frame out for the blue/white cannondale, and eventually just turned it back into a road bike now that I've gotten used to drop bars and STI's again in the city. I think the riser bars were starting to screw with my back, too much vibration shooting straight up my spine from sitting upright.

People who friended this bike Joshua A.C. Newman, maaku, A Worm Is Coming, arliemarshall, serfcity, van

damn

i want a road bike with risers. seems soooo chill.

I really enjoyed riding it,

I really enjoyed riding it, but eventually I just switched back to drop bars and STIs. The upright position started to hurt my back. The only down side is most mtb shifters don't have the half step like road shifters, so I'll either find some nice SRAM ones that do, or I'll just put an old friction thumb shifter on the front derailleur

that thing looks super fun

that thing looks super fun

that's just

that's just cool
ArlieMarshall ,puttin' up my dukes and givin' a damn.

That's cool, a TT bike for

That's cool, a TT bike for the city w/ MTB bars

Nah! Keep the curvy fork as

Nah! Keep the curvy fork as a little contrast. This is an awesome city bike. I prefer more spokes so I can tangle with curbs more easily, but since it's *you* replacing wheels and not me, I just get to enjoy how hot this looks.



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