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FBM Ballista - 700c Polo specific bicycle (beta)

FBM Ballista - 700c Polo specific bicycle (beta)
FBM Ballista - 700c Polo specific bicycle (beta)
FBM Ballista - 700c Polo specific bicycle (beta)
FBM Ballista - 700c Polo specific bicycle (beta)
Freewheel
36x18
Front and rear brake

56cm FBM Ballista frame and fork in Iroc Blue
48h Profile Racing Polo hubs laced to 700c Sun Rhyno Lite Rims, 4X Double Butted DT Swiss Spokes, Michelin Pilot Sport 32mm tires
18t White Industries Trials freewheel
36t Profile Racing Sprocket
KHE Hollow Pin Halflinks chain
Profile Cranks 175 length, hollow cro moly spindle w sealed cartridge BB
spd pedals
Thomson Elite Seatpost, Italia Flight Saddle, Deluxe seatpost collar
Thomson 6 bolt BMX stem
FBM Cease & Desist integrated headset
Atom Lab DH riser bars, Odyssey 2 Finger Trigger lever, Oury Grips, lock on alum bar ends by Proper
Avid Arch Rival V-Brakes, Problem Solvers Cable Doubler

that's a pretty bike!

fuck yes

For what is that "horse-shoe" you have in the v-brakes?

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El Vaquilla hubiese jugado Bike Polo.

Its called a brake booster, Older MTBs used them often to prevent the frame and fork from flexing outward when you pull your brakes hard as hell. Trials riders still use them as well. The Avid Arch Rival brakes have them built in and I like them because they protect the brake from a mallet to the headtube. I've had people break my brakes that way before and it sucks. Most other brake boosters are much larger, these are pretty thin and small

Gotta ask...How well do your v-brakes work with a short-pull lever?

Frame specs?

full specs coming very soon

not very well to be honest, Im going to switch to a long pull lever soon but I want something stronger than the $5 Avid levers that are so common even though they brake and bend

i really like the fork. how tight is it to the toes?