Very nice job putting it all together. Looks very classy. It also looks like a pleasure to ride. Enjoy!
I didn't build it with offroad in mind, only as a possibility. It was conceived as a city bike from the start, so I'm going to ride it all over my city.Blazerwolf said:You realize that you are not allowed to take that offroad, downhill or any other place which will allow it to get dirty, scratched or dented in any way! Very nice bike! The question is when and where are you going to ever ride it?
Definitely, the crank took the longest. I wanted the lighter RS8 cranks and after 3 months I got one that was machined wrong. Sent it back and swapped to a RS7 since I didn't know when the next RS8 set would be available. I also waited over 3 months for silver Chukkers but didn't like the way they looked in person so I went with the bronze.veloreality said:glad to see its finally finished!
Well, this new bike is more of my city sprinter bike, for dry days and packing lightly with a messenger bag or backpack.seat_boy said:Odd to build a city bike without provisions for racks or at least fenders.
Thank you again, Tim, for turning my thoughts into reality.Loretta said:Chips, scratches, dents, etc. are a part of life. Don't worry too much about that. Wear them as badges of honor.
Well done Jeremy. If you need anything don't hesitate to give a shout.
All my best and Happy New Year to you all.