Saturday, January 24, 2009

Handmade Cyclocross Bike: Adam's Miles Cycle



This is cool, some posh components on a rusty custom made frame! Check out below...

"Hello! Wanted to submit my cyclocross bike to your gallery.

Handmade by my good friend Joshua Thayer in the sketchiest part of San Francisco: Hunters Point! He works under the name Miles Cycles but has never had any proper decals on his bikes. Its just a long time hobby.

Mix of Columbus tubing, fillet brazed. It was never painted as I was too impatient to get out and ride the thing, and havent been able to part with it long enough to strip it down and have it taken care of. Hence the rusty finish (note how my legs keep the top tube nice and shiny!)



Wound up CX fork
Chris King cross hubs laced to Ceramic Open Pro's
Paul Neo Retro brakes front, Touring canti rear.
Paul CX levers
Paul Moon unit hangers
FSA SLK Pro carbon crank, cyclocrossworld.com bashguard and TA 42t ring
Campy Record 9 spd shifters
Deda Newton Shallow bars
Deda Newton stem
XTR Shadow mid cage rear derailleur
XT 11-32 Cassette
Jtek shiftmate
Thomson Post
TI Rolls saddle
Time ATAC XS Pedals
WTB 700x38 Interwolf front
WTB 700x32 Crosswolf rear
Crank Bros Cobalt SL direct set

20.5 lbs"

3 comments:

Carl said...

your using campy 9 shifters with a shimano derailleur and cassette do you know which indexing these shifters are (pre or post 2001) and how do you have this cabled im interested in a similar setup

Adam said...

All the components are 2008/2009. The Jtek Shiftmate is what allows it to all work together.

-p said...

Very similar to a bike I recently built up. http://nippleworks.blogspot.com/2009/04/my-roubaix-bike.html

Nice.