Saturday, August 9, 2008

Lobster is Delicious

Just go my new ride put together. Still needs a couple of tweaks, but should get my first ride in tomorrow. The Curtlo has been sent to its new home in the mountains of Vermont. It was a great ride, and will be missed. Here are the specs

Frame: Custom Rock Lobster Aluminum powdercoated Chicago Porch Grey aka Joe Doyle Grey
Fork: Alpha Q CX20
Shifters: Sram Rival
Brakeset: TRP Eurox with Koolstop pads
RD: Sram Rival
Cassette: Sram Rival (12-26)
Headset: Chris King
Stem: Alpha Q Aluminum
Bar: Ritchey BioMax
Seatpost: Race Face Cadence
Seat: Fizik Gobi
Crankset: Sram S900 Crankset w Spot 42t chainring and BBG Chainring guard and N Gear Jump Stop
Pedals: Crank Brothers Egg Beaters Clincher
Wheelset: DT Swiss 240 hubs and R1.1 rims w/ Michelin Jets
Tubular Wheelset (shown): Chris King Hubs and Niobium Rims w/ FMB SSC tubies

I think that is everything. Don't know the exact weight, but I can tell you it sure ain't heavy. Can't wait to get it dirty!!!







5 comments:

joeyTWOwheels said...

Sweet bike, Greg. You're gonna fly on that thing.

Who bought the Curtlo?

Really nice parts spec, too. Jealous...

fasterjim said...

Very nice build! 42 days until Jackson Park!

Paolo said...

drat.

in a good way.

you and me r gonna be twins.

fast twins.

allenpg said...

You better listen to some B-52's before at least one ride on it...:) Sweet bike!

Ben said...

viva la lobster!