That sounds excellent. Can you provide details on your build. Pics as well.
I am having trouble uploading a pic from my iphone, but I will move to my laptop in a bit and try again. I built mine up as a high performance budget bike basically. It has Shimano 105 components, Zipp bars, a carbon Zipp seatpost, a nice Prologo saddle, Look Keo Carbon pedals, an Easton stem, 25mm wheels and tires from Chain Reaction Cycles (their in house Prime wheels are tough to beat and sometimes come with Hutchinson tires). I like the bike so much that I probably will add some carbon Prime wheels after all of the madness is over God willing. It’s a really nice bike for the price and I couldn’t be happier with it. Others that frequent or work at Planet Cyclery put a lot more money into theirs. They look sweet.That sounds excellent. Can you provide details on your build. Pics as well.
It’s fun if you are a project and tinkering kind of person and you can always go into your local shop and get help/reassurance when you need it. You also feel differently about a bike you picked all of the parts for sometimes and bargain hunting for parts can be cool too. I like it more often than not.I jump through hoops trying to load pics too. The bike sounds like a great ride. I've never built, but the idea is starting to grow on me.
That’s my preference as well. I can say that I haven’t really experienced creaking though. It sounds like there are some good pressfit bb options out there from Praxis and Wheels Manufacturing that provide added piece of mind too. This pandemic thing is definitely a drag though. The struggle is real. Everybody stay safe. I hope you and your loved ones remain healthy.I would be all over this if it was BSA but it's pressfit BB86. Well that and the world ending...