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    rcnute, BigSchill, Taschi Tsering Sim, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. protorio 35 months ago | reply

      Pretty sharp, Ryan! What crankset is that, by the way?

    2. rperks1 35 months ago | reply

      It is my old Ritchey compact set up as a 50/30, 94 BCD

    3. BigSchill 35 months ago | reply

      Looks really good Rob. Looks very well proportioned and the blue has a nice tone.
      The Racers are a great brake and have plenty of room for a 42mm tire and fenders it looks like. Paul uses a special bolt for rack mounts that fit's in their brake face. Also they sit forward one cm of other brakes so an M12 doesn't work well. I'm using a Marks's rack on my 650B custom with Paul canti's.

    4. Taschi Tsering Sim 35 months ago | reply

      ohhh so beautiful!! i envy the owner of this bike!

    5. rperks1 35 months ago | reply

      There is plenty of room for 700x42, I am still working on finding a good tire in that size, that is not a tank tread. I should have some of the Resist nomads here soon, but not holding my breath. It is doing fine with the Jack Brown greens, but I would like a little more air between the road and the rim, that is the design intent. The re-released Bruce Gordon tire looks promising, but I may have to design something myself, that is how the bikes got here.

    6. BigSchill 35 months ago | reply

      I'm running the Nomad 35's on the Coho ( measure 33mm) and they are fast and great for cornering. The thread seems a little thin, so we will see how flat resistant they are. I think the re-released Rock 'N Road tire will be great for mixed terrain rides... in a perfect size for the Rambler.

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