is the frame size correct for you?
Will this bike get ridden?
Yes, it's my size
Secondly, Chris Herting recommended me to not riding it. On his opinion,“it's a piece of history, not a race bike”. I built the bike as if it will be riden. I think I will try it for knowing the feeling of riding a C26. But with a lot of care, and not in hard tracks. I don't think that the bike would be so brittle (he used a very good bounding agent. A friend who works a lot with it said me that it could be as strong as welding job, and there were a lot of bikes were steel and aluminum were bounded (some Raleigh technium for example)). But, like other bikes, a bad jump or a bad fall on rocks, and the frame would be destroy.
Ameybrook rode his C26, but only on road, because he used a bounded steel/carbon accutrax fork.
Well… it's really not acceptable…