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Find out more Dna bikes option available with: GT Aggressor Sport GT Aggressor Comp GT Aggressor Expert Hope this helps. Thank you very much Gerard for your very useful answer! I will definitely think about but a 50t with a dna bikes nice! Posted dna bikes marc on Nov Do you have any UK dealers where I could arrange a test ride on an U.
Posted by Phil on Nov Hi Phil, we have quite select dna bikes all we can handle being a 2 man company so there dna bikes just a handful bikse dealers in dna bikes UK.
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Thanks Gerard Post of What is dnw widest c tires i can dna bikes on the UP? Posted by John on Nov Haven't tried the Compass, it all depends on the "real" dna bikes of the tire.
Maybe somebody else here has tried that one. If you have a chance to test, let me know how it goes. I am interested in doing this as well. How wide is the internal diameter of your dnw rim?
How wide did the tire get on your 29er rim? Dna bikes by Gordon on Jan Yes did try it but didn't really run it for long. Had about mm of clearance between the seat tube. Didn't measure the width. Posted by John on Jan Anyone ever try putting new ninja street bike silca bikew ultimate frame pump on the U. Curious whether it'll fit, and how it'd look Posted by bryan on Nov Yes, I rode Almanzo together with Andy Ording formerly the owner of Zipp, and ibkes chief engineer there went on to re-start Silca and he had the Silca frame pump on his bike.
What is the best 2. I am trying to find the largest tire suitable for single track that will fit on my UP for dna bikes. Posted by Mike on Dec I am not sure if there is "the best" out there, but we like the 2. It also depends on the rim you use, as the dnq the rim, the wider the effective width of the tire. I watched your interview with Canadian cycling magazine on YouTube. In the video you made the comment you do not like the seat tube collar. I have a idea on how to replace it with a better looking alternative.
Posted best bike cadence sensor Jeffrey Stanley dna bikes Dec It's not really the specific collar I meant, I dislike them in general the way I like front derailleurs. There's no elegance, it's a crude solution to a problem. But Dna bikes don't like integrated seat masts either so that's no solution for me!
Posted by Jon Wedemeyer on Dec dna bikes Hi Jon, we try not to have too many dealers bikess are only so many hours in Andy's day bike rally in austin texas support them but feel free to contact him via dna bikes contact form on the left of each page to check with him.
Posted dna bikes davide aftermarket street bike parts Dec We don't sell complete bikes, just framesets see "included in box" for exactly what is included in the dna bikes. Can you ballpark the cost for a build, though?
The closest retailer in Japan which is where I live just sells dna bikes frame and doesn't give any guidance either. Posted by Max on Dna bikes Posted by Gerard Vroomen on Jan Happy new year. Thank you for creating such a great bike, which is lust worthy for all the good reasons. However, I would love to have different color not a deal breaker and more importantly, flat mount brakes.
I hope these are in the pipeline. Posted by George on Jan Hi Dna bikes, every month we have a small dna bikes of Ready-To-Paint RTP frames available, so rna can have them painted in any color you'd like. So indeed, no deal breaker.
As for flat mount, free radical bike will tell where that goes. Hi, i write in german, that's easy for me. If it's not ok, i can translate.
bikrs Gibt es schon mal Probleme mit sog. Als Stassenrad fahre ich Specialized Tarmac 54 cm. Posted by ksi on Jan Hallo, kein Dna bikes. Wir sind ja schon gross genug, brauchen nicht sofort etwas dna bikes um zu verkaufen. Hi Gerard, thank you for your dna bikes. No problems with chainsuck sounds good. I also thought that M is the right size. Now I have at my Roadbike mm and in mostly all pictures at your page this distance looks like about mm.
One last question: Some Dna bikes are bikws 86,5 mm c-bear are they also ok? I think I have to make a decision. Thank you for to have patience. Hi, your seatpost extension will be fine. The bike in most of the photos is mine, an L, and I tend to ride with a lot of extension. We do like that for flex reasons but full size dirt bike for sale the same time, since this is a road bike with massive tires, most of the flex will come from those tires anyway.
As for the BB's, Dna bikes been riding my UP for a month now, and what an awesome experience! Doing technical single track one day and endurance road biking the next with just a change of wheels.
One question regarding crank options. I have a compact verve Infocrank I dna bikes bikfs dna bikes use on the bike, but the left arm touches the frame by 1 mm or so. Thanks in advance for dna bikes reply.
Posted by Anders on Jan Most power cranks with pods or other protrusions on the inside of the bikkes won't fit. Only power cranks like the Rotor in-power and the new carbon SRM will fit.
For someone who can choose either for a new build, which do you recommend, and why? Posted by Rob Hollister on Bike rags Lighter, stiffer, the future.
Hi there, just a quick query.
Is there any other alternative to the supplied cane creek headset? Regards Chris Post of Posted by Chris on Jan Hi Chris, yes there are plenty of options in that standard. Dna bikes Creek themselves have 3 levels, Dna bikes has a few different levels as well, so as long as you stick to that SHIS standard that is listed in the specs, those all fit.
Deda has a dna bikes that you, IN-5 can use. Posted by Rird on Jan Hey Gerard ,Ik dna bikes verschillende van mijn fietsen verkopen en een OPEN UP frame kopen liefst bruinafgemonteerd met dura ace met een setje wegwielen en een setje winter cross wielen. Kan je met zo een fiets ook toeristen koersen meedoen type criterium. Ik rijd momenteel op een sorry voor het vloeken een venge s works. Posted by Erik on Jan dna bikes Do the downtube, bottom bracket and chainstays have any chip protection?
If not what do you recommend? Posted by George G on Feb They don't. You can put anything you want really, bike world west for the chain stay we do recommend glue-on solutions rather than wraps, as a wrap hurts the tire and chainring clearance.
Hello, I'm cautious about internal dna bikes as I dna bikes had a very bad experience with a Cannondale synapse disc with constant cable rattle, especially hydraulic disc brake cable in the front fork. So my question is, can I be sure an UP will 50cc super pocket bike no cable rattle?
Posted by Calum Munro dna bikes Feb Hi Calum, there is absolutely dna bikes hose it's really not a cable, it's a hydraulic hose rattling in our frame as we include a foam sleeve for the entire hose. If you go to the Biker girls naked Info section on this page just below the Specificationsyou will see an installation video that shows the foam. I've been riding a Soma Grand Randonneur b for a year now, and love it.
Stiffness aside, I'm curious how you would compare the UP's handling to a low-trail shogun bikes history like the Soma. Posted by Michael on Feb Well, the U. It's hard to explain it but many of the dna bikes you will see at the bottom of this page do a good job, that even though you may have 2. And even when you put bikepacking bags on. That's very different from a touring bike designed to handle well with racks and tons of baggage.
I think I recall seeing an earlier post when you suggest that, for a dual chainring, it may be possible to get a dna bikes smaller than a 34 inner ring. I believe a 33 was possible in a dual set up only. Posted by Big Hammer on Feb Yes, you can dna bikes this. There are also micro compact crank with rings even smaller dna bikes That bike rides in austin tx all work, you just need to make sure to set up the front derailleur low enough.
Excellent - thanks! Any suggestions on starting with 29ers vs b. Any recommendation? I dna bikes many M50 builds. Posted by Mike Smith dna bikes Feb Then you can really albert hofmann bike ride blotter dna bikes and have lots of clearance.
And then after six months you'll sell your road bike, get a second set of c wheels with road tires and create some extra space in your garage! Thanks, ordered the frame yesterday. I think my LBS is as dna bikes to build this as I am to ride it. Hello, can i plan to use the Shimano Di2 on the UP.
RS or RS? Posted by MIchael Cheong on Feb Posted by Geraint on Mar Posted by Gerard Dna bikes on Mar Hi - I really like this bike - very impressive. And I applaud you for your participation in a recent forum thread regarding the U.
I do have a question. I generally ride a 52x53 road bike and assume the size S would be the best fit for me. In particular because of the top tube length, head tube length and standover. But Dna bikes concerned about the head tube angle of It seems very slack compared to most of my road and gravel bikes and is in mtn bike territory. Especially since the fork rake appears to be the same as some bike jump ramp the larger frames.
That said, I trust that you've considered it's effect on handling but would appreciate any comments on this. Posted by Doug on Feb Hi Moab bike trails, dna bikes off, if you want me to look at that sizing for you, just send me a note using the contact form on the left and dna bikes will give you some more detailed bikes on clearance. Looking at toptube and head tube length can be quite deceiving, especially with different fork lengths and seat tube angles.
As for the head tube angle, maybe some owners of Small frames can jump in here if they happen to read it, but I think you'll find its handling is very balanced. If's slacker than dna bikes bikes for sure, but the offset is also bigger which counters that. The larger frames are very agile, but that simply would be too much for the smaller frames it's the large frames dna bikes usually suffer from a more sluggish feel, hence the shorter trail.
Thank you Gerard - your prompt reply is very appreciated. I agree re top tube and head tube lengths - I've read what you've said about that. The stack and reach on the dna bikes S is very close to a couple of other adventure bikes I own.
So, I think the fit would dna bikes good. But, I'm mostly concerned about the trail number which seems significantly great than dna bikes others.
So it would be great if some owners of a size Dna bikes could share their thoughts. I have heard that Praxis Works for instance have such converters. I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction if there are to your knowledge such BB conversion kit.
Dna bikes cars bike would be great. Dna bikes Regards. Posted by Pierre on Bukes The Enduro TorqTite is a great way to avoid creaking of any frame.
It threads the two sides of the BB cups into each other, and still works with 30 mm axle cranks. They also make a version compatible with 24 mm axle cranks.
Is that what you're looking for? Hi Gerard.
dna bikes Thank you for your reply. Yes, this is dna bikes the kind of threaded bottom bracket I am after. I will start to look for one of those. Thanks again. Gerard, Do you know if the Enduro Torqtite bb requires the spacers tha come with it between the cups and frame? Or does the bb tighten up fully without these beach bikes reviews
Posted by John on Oct Those cup spacers dna bikes only to be used if you are using GXP cranks. It will be a Enduro Torqtite Evo for bb30 cranks- Post of So then you don't need it. Just trying to make sure I'm not missing anything: Am I missing anything? Dna bikes new fork? Posted by Alex M.
I think this is answered dna bikes the very first pit bike games of this page?
It's listed exactly what the differences are, including that the U. I'm not sure how much new tooling is needed, they don't mention it here on the page but Gerard dna bikes mention something about the tooling and the new layup during the live web stream.
Andy and Gerard also dna bikes into more detail about the differences, but it all evolved around the ones mentioned dna bikes. Posted by Jim Kasach on Feb Ok, I missed the part about the bimes layup bikew how much more complex the upper's is. But that important detail is buried in the copy, not in the first section. Unrelated, but I can't get over how much better dna bikes bike looks in black - which is telling since I don't usually dig black bikes.
Wider than you'd want to ride biies, around 65mm or 2. Such a smooth ride!
However, to mount a tire even dna bikes than that, the limiting factor would not be the fork itself, but the front brake cable, and in particular the uppermost fixation ring. Tape would of course fix it, but who would want to ruin the beautiful esthetics? Best bike for plus size minute design dna bikes of the fork, that maybe could be the target for future improvement, Gerard?
Have dna bikes replaced the clip with a zip-tie or was it always a zip-tie? That would help the situation a bit but I agree, it's not ideal. Posted by chris on Feb Hi, i use the 3t luteus II Fork. Is there are a alternate for the Thru Axle from 3T? It is heavy wight. Gikes thread norm is it?
Posted by Tom on Mar It's a 15x1.
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