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    Default Re: Crema!

    That looks amazing, Wooly...makes me miss it all the more! Great build!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly View Post
    Posted across the hall but I'm so stoked on this bike I wanted to share the Crema here.



    Loved it over there (across the hall); love it here. Isn't it amazing how every bike Steve builds looks like the best bike ever? That is, until you see the next one and wonder how he does it, and then your brain explodes from sensory overload!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by teleguy57 View Post
    Loved it over there (across the hall); love it here. Isn't it amazing how every bike Steve builds looks like the best bike ever? That is, until you see the next one and wonder how he does it, and then your brain explodes from sensory overload!
    Oh stop... no, really... stop... I'm sorry - what did you say again?
    Steve Hampsten
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    Oh stop... no, really... stop... I'm sorry - what did you say again?
    Steve is virtually blushing...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly View Post
    Steve is virtually blushing...
    Uh huh

    Anyhoo, back to work - here's Max checking out my new wheels:

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    Here's a little sumpin' I wrote on Crema, from whence the red bike above originated:

    Fermaguiana: Looking back: Crema

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    Uh huh

    Anyhoo, back to work - here's Max checking out my new wheels:

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    Mmmm. Paves in 27. Those Hampsten guys have gooood taste.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly View Post
    Posted across the hall but I'm so stoked on this bike I wanted to share the Crema here.
    Wooly,

    What are those tires? Jack Browns?
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Wooly,

    What are those tires? Jack Browns?
    Yes, Jack Brown greens. Awesome
     

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    Default Re: First rain ride

    One of my favorite Hampsten's. This is a beauty.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly View Post
    Yes, Jack Brown greens. Awesome
    Cool.

    You and Darren have me thinking about a spare wheelset, with some street-tread 700x32s, that I could throw on either my 'cross bike or the Zank. Maybe the Compass Stampede Passes on a set of RS81-C24s...

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Cool.

    You and Darren have me thinking about a spare wheelset, with some street-tread 700x32s, that I could throw on either my 'cross bike or the Zank. Maybe the Compass Stampede Passes on a set of RS81-C24s...

    Thanks.
    I don't know if the Zank will fit 32s or not unless he specifically built it for this..... I asked him about it before Ballers a year or so ago wondering this exact question about whether or not I could fit Jack Browns in my own Zanconato and he wasn't optimistic. It easily handles 28s but I'm not sure it would take 30+ tires. The idea is intriguing but I'm not sure it would fit.
    La Cheeserie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Cool.

    You and Darren have me thinking about a spare wheelset, with some street-tread 700x32s, that I could throw on either my 'cross bike or the Zank. Maybe the Compass Stampede Passes on a set of RS81-C24s...

    Thanks.
    I've got some DA9000 c24's but I haven't mounted the jack browns on them yet. They were somewhat of a bitch to get on the Pacenti SL23's so I'm going to give it some time to stretch a bit before swapping to compare the rides. Sounds like a great set up tho.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saab2000 View Post
    I don't know if the Zank will fit 32s or not unless he specifically built it for this..... I asked him about it before Ballers a year or so ago wondering this exact question about whether or not I could fit Jack Browns in my own Zanconato and he wasn't optimistic. It easily handles 28s but I'm not sure it would take 30+ tires. The idea is intriguing but I'm not sure it would fit.
    Jim, the JB's are a legit 33mm. Bigger depending on the rim profile. If you want to give them a shot I could meet you on the Mt.Vernon trail some day at lunch - assuming the Zank is in town.
     

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    I'll let you know! Bike is not in DC currently though....
    La Cheeserie!

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    FYI - the JB's measure true to size at 33 on Pacenti SL23 rims (24 wide).
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by teleguy57 View Post
    Mmmm. Paves in 27. Those Hampsten guys have gooood taste.
    um hmm, check post #1655. Those be Paves in 27 under those Honjo's. It's all that and more, big tire Hampco's rule IMHO
     

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    Smile Hampsten MAX+ First Post.

    Hi All,

    First post but long time lurker. Wanted to share the beauty that Steve worked up for me. We've been in touch since August and today was the big day. My wife dropped me off and I got to ride her home for the first time. What a gorgeous day to pick up the bike! Big MAX+ (Steve said the + is because of the fenders and whatnot). SRAM Force 22, 20th anniversary White Ind hubs, Vittoria Pave 27, Lightning blue with White Script. I also have the Cambium C15 on it. I'm super happy with how it looks and even more with how it rides. This will be my everyday commuter bike starting tomorrow (and weekend long ride too!). I ride from Ballard to downtown so put about 14 miles a day on the bike combined between morning and night. I feel for my other bikes, they will be lonely for a long time.

    Thanks again Steve. It rides even better than it looks!

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    [QUOTE=brianknolly;653420]

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    Looks beautimous! Are those the regular PDW fenders (made for 23s fitting those 27mm Paves? Or are those the wider PDWs?
     

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    Default Re: Hampsten MAX+ First Post.

    Haven't posted my pig in here in a while.



     

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