Calfee Bamboo Fat/Thin Bike: Sarah’s

For the more detail-minded, some ‘fine print’.

Frame Custom Calfee bamboo – symmetrical 135mm Rear/internal cable routing
Fork Surly Moonlander non-offset fork (black)
Chris King  No Threadset (black)
Front Wheel Surly Marge Lite (bronze) rim 32H Stans Notubes ZTR ArchEX 29er 32H rim
45North Husker Du 26 x 4″ 120tpi folding tyre Schwalbe Durano Plus wire bead 700x28c tyre
Hope Pro2 Evo FatSno 135mm front hub Hope Pro2 Evo FatSno 135mm front hub
Cockpit On-One Mary Bar – Black (gloss)
Ergon GR1 BioCork grips
Stem – Thomson 90mm 10deg rise
Avid FR-5 brake levers
Seat Brooks England B17 S Imperial saddle – brown
Raceface Turbine seatpost 31.6mmx400mm
Drivechain Truvativ Hussfelt 100mm crank
Chris King MTB bottom bracket (Headset cups/bearings)
36T chain ring
SRAM P890 8-speed Chain
Rohloff cables and housing
Rohloff twistgrip
Brakes Avid BB7 Disc Brakes (160mm rotors)
Rear Wheel Surly Marge Lite (bronze) rim 32H Stans Notubes ZTR ArchEX 29er 32H rim
45North Husker Du 26 x 4″ 120tpi folding tyre Schwalbe Durano Plus wire bead 700x28c tyre
Rohloff Speedhub 500/14 – disc, bolted axle, 16T  (black). 160mm rotor Rohloff Speedhub 500/14 – disc, bolted axle, 16T  (black). 160mm rotor
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Bottle cage bosses

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Rohloff cable guides under the chain stay

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Exit for Rohloff cabling, detail of bark and resin join – and a Chris King heat-set used as a bottom bracket

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Getting the brake cable housing to exit the tubing was fiddly…

Internal cable routing - Rohloff cables in the down tube and rear brake in the left hand top tube

Internal cable routing – Rohloff cables in the down tube and rear brake in the left hand top tube

 The 'thin' version - Stan's Arch EX 29er rims, with 700x28c Schwalbe Durano Plus road tyres

The ‘thin’ version – Stan’s Arch EX 29er rims, with 700x28c Schwalbe Durano Plus road tyres

The 'fat' version with Marge Lite rims and Husker Du 26x4.0" tyres.  No room for anything wider at the rear.

The ‘fat’ version with Marge Lite rims and Husker Du 26×4.0″ tyres. No room for anything wider at the rear.

A nice neat set-up

A nice neat set-up at the rear

The Moonlander fork is a bit overkill at this angle

The Moonlander fork is a bit overkill at this angle

Much happiness ensues

Much happiness ensues

 

 

 

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