Let's see your Steel builds!

Serotta CSi at a mid ride refueling station :slight_smile:


I know your post is 5 months old @EddysBike , but that Fondriest bike is damn good looking.

My Ritchey Road Logic with full Campagnolo Chorus build, Winspace Hyper wheels and Zipp/Ritchey carbon parts. Under 8kg in size 59! I am really pleased with the build, it feels very fast and comfortable as well as looks amazing.


Love that shade of blue.

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My Crust Evasion. Beautiful colour - chose it because it reminded me of my wife’s emerald engagement ring. The fact that she loves it too seals the deal - I must’ve done something right in a past life.

Size is XL.
White Industries cranks/chainring/BB/headset etc
SRAM Rival/GX Eagle groupset
Hope Pro 4 Hub
SON front hub with Edelux II front light and rear light (I like to ride all night)
Velo Orange Tall Stack Stem
Velo Orange rims, spokes
Panaracer 50mm Gravelkings, setup tubeless with Chris King Peatys valves
Curve Walmer bars, 50cm
Brooks C17 carved
Arundel cages

Lovely bike to commute on and hit some rough roads.

Ironic that I’ve never had a puncture (4+ years of riding), I mention to my riding buddy that I’ve never had a puncture on Saturday morning during a coffee break and sure enough, I get a puncture on the way home. Pretty big one too - used the Dynaplug Micropill for the first time. Managed to seal it after some initial heart palpatations. I’ll probably get the hole plugged properly next service but it seems to be holding pressure at this stage.


Just picked this up, can’t wait to ride it. Always wanted a SIR9 and this one was built up with great components by a bike mechanic. Couldn’t pass it up.


wow. Nice :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Ritte Snob Disc

Stainless steel frame with an Enve fork. I’ve made several changes since this photo was taken, but the mechanical Dura Ace drivetrain is still in place.