...how great would it be to build a single speed disc brake ready roadie? (actually I've been thinking about the SS roadie more than I should)
anyways...I did a little search and wanted to share it...I was trying to reduce it to the more road-trackish frame geometry...for example, for its adventurish geometry, the Salsa Vaya couldn't be on the list...so couldn't the Vassago Fisticuff.
Tweed from Steelwool Bicycles
Bryant from Civia Cycles (shown in belt setup)
Roadrat from Cotic Cycles
and the one I think worth the search:
All made of steel
the Tweed works with an EBB.
Bryant has replaceable dropouts.
not sure but it seems both bikes are 135mm rear dropout spaced.
Now from the last ones (the ones I liked the most )
The Cotic has a 132.5mm rear spaced dropout, which is nice, meanwhile the Pompetamine has 135mm...tire clearance on both are great...allowing up to 42c tires!
all but the on-one have canti/v-brakes bosses...so here the Pompetamine wins on the disc specific department.
All of them are fender and at least rear rack friendly.
well, wasn't going to post a big comparison chart, just trowing the options...any other out there?
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