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VB-R-051 Aero Road Disc Brake Frame Set 135mm rear axle

Aero road frame disc brake ,135mm rear axle spacing
Item Code: VB-R-051
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    50cm 52cm 54cm 56cm 58cm
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    BSA BB30
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Carbon Weave: 3K, UD Frame Finish: Matte, Glossy Frame Weight: 1050g(s) Headset Top: 1-1/8 Headset Down: 1-1/2

VB-R-051 Carbon Fiber Road Disc Brake Frame Set

Frame Set Includes: Frame, Fork, Seat Post, Seat Post Clamp and Headset

BSA and BB30 available

 

From VeloBuilder TeeNoM:

“I’ve had this frame now for around 500km, mad I absolutely love it. It’s a stiff frame and it climbs really well.I had an fm059 before which wasn’t all that different in weight but this appears to be a lot quicker (one of the first times I had it out I got myself 110 ‘cups’ on strava without trying… www.strava.com/activities/85761643 )As far as the build goes it was fairly straight forward, the biggest issue I had was with the disc brake mounts, no issue if you are using avids, as they self align. I am however using TRP spyre slc’s and the mounts need to be faced. My LBS wasn’t happy doing this for me as the gaps were a bit tight and they couldn’t get the cutting tool in there properly, so I ended up doing this myself.Mount brakes, check for alignment, take brakes off, file mounts, repeat. Took around an hour for each mount.Apart from that I really enjoyed this build, and am planning to keep this one a bit longer.It’s a real fast stiff bike that I am very happy with, the disc brakes are amazing and I believe are the future, the stopping power is amazing. I would happily recommend this frame to anyone.”

 

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  • ByQuite happy 1.5yrs later
  • Aug 23, 2016
That's my bike in the pics, I think!  At least, that's definitely my paint, and since that was a custom paint request I think it's probably mine :)  

I don't use this as my primary - I lean pretty heavily on my clunker during the rainy season, and even for quite a bit of my recreational riding, so it really only has ~1300mi on it, but that's a pretty tough 1300 (including ~110,000ft in climbing).  The frameset has performed perfectly, weighed in exactly as claimed, looked great, and had no fit/finish/build issues at all that I've found.  I'm honestly trying to think of *anything* that went wrong having anything to do with the frameset, and I'm coming up with nothing. Oh, here's one - the seat post movement is pretty stiff, but clamping is a little weak.  I have to really tighten down the post clamp bolts to keep it locked down, and the heads of the seat post bolts are starting to round a bit from normal use as a result.  No biggie, though, replacing the bolts will be pretty easy once I need t.

The bike today: imgur.com/a/uhSNb

Generally the build is Sram Red22 groupset, but with a praxis crankset and custom wheelset.

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