Finally got around to build it up...
Unfortunately the rear spokes are way too long, so I had to do the twist. Looks horrible if you ask me, but I couldn't wait any longer. Will be a regular 3 cross when I get this sorted.
The plan was to build a robust, but still reasonably light classic looking bike, but I have had no worries using modern parts where I thought they would be better. This bike is meant to be used.
Let me know what you think!
Frame: Specialized Stumpjumper Direct Drive Prestige 1997 18"
Fork: Kona P2 double-butted
Headset: Chris King Nothreadset
Stem: Specialized CNC 90 mm
Handlebar: Easton EA70 Monkeybar lowriser
Grips: ODI Longneck
Brakes: Avid SD7 with titanium bolts
Brake Pads: Ritchey
Brake Cables: Jagwire
Brake Levers: SRAM ESP 7.0
Freewheel: ACS 17 T
Chain: Gusset Bling Slink halflink chain
Cranks: Middleburn RS3 175 mm
Crank Bolts: Specialités TA
Chainrings: Pace 32 T
Chainring bolts: Specialités TA
Bottom Bracket: Shimano BB-UN52 107 mm
Pedals: Gusset Slim Jim
Hub Skewers: Ti bolts rear, Specialized Skraxle front
Rims: Mavic XC717 32 holes
Hubs: DMR Revolver rear, Specialized Stout front
Spokes: Ritchey 1.8 mm
Tyres: Ritchey Z-Max Pro 26x2.35"
Tubes: Hutchinson Airlight
Saddle: Titec Ithys Gove Titanium
Seatpost: Syncros 30,4 x 400 mm
Seatpost Binder: Control Tech Titanium
Weight: 9,54 kg/20,9 lbs
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