MAX: White on Wake






What we like about this one:
  • The sculpture is Richard Serra's "Wake" - one of my favorites
  • The frame uses the original .7/.4/.7mm top tube, .6mm chain stays, but we added the new .7/.4/.7mm down tube. We used Spirit-for-Lugs head tube and seat tube (sorry, DWF); seat stays are 14mm True Temper. At about 3.4 pounds this is likely the lightest MAX frame we've ever built in this size.
  • Construction and design input by Max; paint by Russ.
  • Fork is Alpha Q CS25 for 57mm-reach brakes - so we're calling this a Strada Bianca.
  • Hubs are Chris King R45, rims are Open Pro CD, built by Chase - thanks Ed!
  • Cages are the new Nitto Racer Hollow - light and oh-so-pricey.
  • Seatpost is by Kent Eriksen, hand polishing by HampCo.
  • Thomson seatpost clamp; Zero100 bars; Fizik tape - the usual.
  • Challenge Parigi-Roubaix tires: as fragile as they are pretty, the ride is fantastic. Avoid gravel and glass is my advice.
  • The paint is our New Off-White (NOW) combined with Saronni Red ST stripes. The colors are supposed to complement our new socks and forthcoming jersey - but, like most things, the colors aren't a perfect match. Whatever, I can't wait to take the bike for a spin and bore you all with Steve's Ride Impressions (SRI™).

Comments

Neil said…
Amazing! I just love it.
Little_Jewford said…
Really nice ... are you guys sitting on a super secret stash of CS25's?
Steve H said…
LJ,

This is my last one but the new fork from Co-Motion looks to be a close replacement.

sh