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    I helped Greg look at his bike yesterday - it is rather stunning and looks like it will be a great ride.

    If you like that sort of thing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    I helped Greg look at his bike yesterday - it is rather stunning and looks like it will be a great ride.

    If you like that sort of thing...
    Whether they like it or not, it does seem as if more and more people are doing it. Maybe the cycling equivalent of Opus Dei...

    The bike looks great!
     

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    looking forward to seeing one with the carbon fork. I'd ordered with the Co-Labs carbon fork as well but its back ordered; may switch to the enve or a Seven cycles Matador if Max thinks the rake on that fork will work (it has fender eyelets and the crown is drilled through so easier to attach a light).
     

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    Picked up my 333 yesterday as well! First ride today...It’s perfect...

     

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    Gorgeous! Ti disc all-road?


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    Picked up my 333 yesterday as well! First ride today...It’s perfect...

     

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    Butted Ti disc all road with T47 bottom bracket, 1” chain stays, etc
    I have a few more details to fine tune and then I’ll post some more pics
     

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    Looks beautiful.
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    Looking forward to hitting some good gravel trails once I move back to Falls Church in august.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
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    Just picked it up at lunch and couldn't resist a couple miles on the W&OD in my Chuck Taylors.

    The bike as designed is only meant to have one of each totem on it, but I asked nicely and Max agreed to put 3 seagulls across the TT as a nod to my 3 kids.

    It's surprisingly light- the shop scale read 20.3 lbs. At first blush, it reminds me a bit of my old Serotta HSG Cross (which I should never have sold.)

    Many thanks to Max (obviously) and Pete at Bikinetic for the A+ build and wheel build. Can't wait to put some miles on it.







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    looks great Matt! Are you running 700c wheels? I'm still waiting on my carbon fork and when that shows up I'm going to throw on some boyd 700c wheels. Will be interesting to seethe difference between those and the 650b wheels.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
    looks great Matt! Are you running 700c wheels? I'm still waiting on my carbon fork and when that shows up I'm going to throw on some boyd 700c wheels. Will be interesting to seethe difference between those and the 650b wheels.
    Speak of the devil. I just finished a ride and was fidddling with the bike.
    Those are 27.5 Stan’s Crest with Panaracer Gravel King. The second pic are 700c Fulcrum with 33m file tread cross tires. However the rear rotor was binding when I swapped those in so no chance to ride and contrast yet.

    Honestly, having ridden my Slate with the stock slicks and some knobbier G-Ones, I really see no reason to use 700c unless you’re racing cross.

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    Best shot yet.
    I need to de-sticker the wheels and put the black saddle on it, then get the good camera out.
    After some more miles, it DOES ride a lot like my old Serotta CX bike.
    (Also ready to remove all spacers above and below that stem and cut the steerer.)

    Looking forward to throwing some knobbier tires on it and getting loose.

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    I love this bike

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Costello View Post
    looks great Matt! Are you running 700c wheels? I'm still waiting on my carbon fork and when that shows up I'm going to throw on some boyd 700c wheels. Will be interesting to seethe difference between those and the 650b wheels.


    BB height with these cross tires is about 3/4 inch higher than the 650x42 Gravel Kings. Definitely feels taller and a tad less nimble but about the same to get up to speed in a straight line. I have some 650x47 Byway inbound but wanted to see how the cx thread handled with all this rain we’ve been having.
    I need to sell my old cross frame and a bunch of parts but may keep one pair of 700c wheels around for shits and giggles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post


    BB height with these cross tires is about 3/4 inch higher than the 650x42 Gravel Kings. Definitely feels taller and a tad less nimble but about the same to get up to speed in a straight line. I have some 650x47 Byway inbound but wanted to see how the cx thread handled with all this rain we’ve been having.
    I need to sell my old cross frame and a bunch of parts but may keep one pair of 700c wheels around for shits and giggles.
    I think with a bike like that, a set of each size is optimal. And fun. Not sure I'd put a knobby tire on the 700c's though. Probably something like a Schwalbe One in 28mm or the Panaracer Race A Evo 3 gravel tires in 32mm that Excel Sports is selling.
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    333Fab commuter. Taking the long way home on an almost summer eve.
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    These 333Fabs seem to really hit the do-everything bike nail on the head.
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