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This is actually my Boss/Friends bike. He started riding when he hired me last year. We have struggled to keep this bike rideable. I have used every spare part in my parts bin, every trick in the trade. It started as a bike path bike. After a few months he got new tires, and I put an old (but newer than this bike) crank on it. Then new stem, new seat, pedals, all sorts of random odds and ends to keep him riding. I obviously wanted to keep him riding because he was who I usually rode with. He finally Upgraded and bought a Gary Fisher Hifi Deluxe. It's awesome I'll show you guys later. But NOW we are converting this frame into a Hybrid bike he can ride with his kids on the local rail-trails with his kids. So here it is now after a few upgrades/changes. Still lots to be done and most likely replaced. But the wheels were a big purchase in the last few days.
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#2
Very nice bike, I love the spoke pattern!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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#3
Yeah those wheels were a craigslist special.
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#4
Jordan, tell me more about those wheels!!! I have the EXACT same bike and I'm looking for wheels like this...
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#5
I think they are Xero lite wheels. No other info handy. The bike is hanging up at my friends house.
What's cool about this frame is that it will accommodate the 700c wheels, so you can buy road bike wheels for it.
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#6
It would be wicked with cyclocross tires
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#7
Does he want to sell those weels? LOL
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