Friday, October 31, 2008

High racer is nearly finished!

The latest Zockra High racer is nearly finished.
A couple of change are still required (front brake modification, cut carbon stem etc..)
Special thanks to DISTRI-CYCLE of Vannes for their help.
Bike is fitted with:
SRAM X0 08 rear derailleur, SRAM X9 twister, Jagwire cables, MAVIC R-sys wheels with carbon hollow spokes, Shimano 105 crank, Shimano Shimano dura ace front derailleur, Shimano Ultegra 6600 brakes, TerraCycle titanium idler, modified Ritchey stem.




5 Comments:

Blogger Matthieu said...

Tout simplement superbe !

2:10 PM  
Blogger Speedy said...

Merci et il y en aura d'autres...

6:44 PM  
Blogger Gielie said...

Totally awesome!!!!!!!!!

1:30 PM  
Anonymous Mordaz said...

This is a gorgeous machine! You mentioned not being conviced by a 72deg head tube angle. What angle did you end up using?

1:43 PM  
Blogger Speedy said...

72deg is Ok for a big front wheel but it does not work with a smaller wheel. I have done a lot of testing with the green prototype and I found that a head tube angle of 69.4deg is the best for the current fork. Every fork are different so it might not work on an other bike. The high of the center of gravity and the length of the stem have also a big influence on the steering stability.

6:08 PM  

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