1995-6 Bontrager Road Lite

Easton fork, Bontrager barends, Crank Bros. grips, Easton carbon bar, Moots stem, XT V-brake lever, Shimano Ultegra brake, Cane Creek headset, Bontrager race lite seatpost, Ultegra BB and crank with 39t chainring, Eggbeater pedals, and Speed Dream Dave's wheels (F: White Ind. 20 spoke LTA hub, Velocity rim, Ultegra skewer. R: White Ind. ENO eccentric 32 spoke hub, White Ind. 16-17 freewheel, Velocity rim, Bontrager 25mm tires). 15.9 lbs.

The eccentric hub rotates the rear wheel back and down just enough to exceed the Ultegra brake's short pad reach to the rim sidewall. So, no rear brake. Changing gears is not something one does during a ride, as repositioning the eccentric hub in the dropouts is necessary to properly tension the chain, which takes more time unclipped than I am willing to spend once the cranks start spinning.

Enjoy, Cary Gossett

c3gossett@comcast.net

Bontrager Road Lite - side view
 
Bontrager Road Lite - back view
 
Bontrager Road Lite - front view
 
Bontrager Road Lite - headbadge
 
Bontrager Road Lite - Eno Hub & drivetrain

 

 

 


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