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Plastic Projectile

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Trek carbon fiber tubes, old school like a fishing pole.

Trek System III

Rock Shox SID Race Black Box with carbon fiber crown and steerer

Rolf Urraco sealed bearing with Continental Avenue 26x1.3

Rolf Urraco sealed with Continental Avenue 26x1.75

Suntour Micro Drive with sealed cartridge

Selle Italia Flite Titanium

Suntour Cyclone track pedals wtih chrome toe clips / Sram hollow pin, perforated plate chain

Precision Billet rear derailleur!

Vuelta

Sram 9 speed with Precision Billet ProShift derailleur

Air - http://www.brianmillerhotrodding.com/mistune.html

The light action of the nearly weightless Rock Shox SID air fork, tuned the opposite of off road with fastest rebound and low negative pressure, allow very high speeds and super quick acceleration, especially while cornering. Those German Continental Avenue tires are remarkably sticky especially considering their long wear; 1.75" wide at the rear, 1.3" at the front. Italian Vuelta brakes stop the exotic Rolf Urraco wheels with the sealed bearing hubs.

The fine drivetrain features a Sram hollow pin slotted plate chain, a super light Sram 9 speed cogset with the sweet clear orange spacers which really glow since the hub body inside was painted white, and the ultra drag-race totally American Precision Billet derailleur. Yow!

Profile clip on aero bars for additional top speed.

This is how you ride the street.

http://www.brianmillerhotrodding.com/how-to.html

People who friended this bike Thejakesnakes, hwgunner, Velociclo

thanks for the website

i needed a good laugh (do you just make all that stuff up?)
haegan

Hells yea

I totally love this shit, I rode to the coast last summer on a bike set up very similar to this. I mean, it's not like this bike is really an eye catcher, but I can tell you've but some thought into building it up.

Perform

Yes, the looks of a bike are not very important to me. High performance is. Form follows function, eh?



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