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    Here's mine, finally got it built up and raced it today. 15lbs with Hope V-Twin hydro's. Going to shave down the der. hanger and anodize it black to clean it up.

    Nice! I wonder how can you tension the chain? Do you use eccentric hub or some kind of eccentric bottom bracket for BB30?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFcyclist View Post
    Nice! I wonder how can you tension the chain? Do you use eccentric hub or some kind of eccentric bottom bracket for BB30?
    Yeah, it's a BB30 and I'm using a Beer Components eccentric BB adapter for externall BB cranks.

    I'm a heavy dood and hammered on it hard and the adapter never budged.

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    It also looks nice as a "round the world" bike with road components.

    Mike Hall sets a new record for cycling around the WORLD.
    http://xtremesport4u.com/extreme-lan...und-the-world/

    But I thought Dirty Disco is BB30..... On Titus website, it says "Frame takes a 31.6mm seatpost, a standard 1.125in stem, a 34.9mm front mech. Standard threaded English BB (notBB30 as previously reported)."
    http://shop.titusti.com/On-One-Dirty...-p/froocxd.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattsavage View Post
    Here's mine, finally got it built up and raced it today. 15lbs with Hope V-Twin hydro's. Going to shave down the der. hanger and anodize it black to clean it up.

    What rotor sizes do you use for this frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFcyclist View Post
    But I thought Dirty Disco is BB30..... On Titus website, it says "Frame takes a 31.6mm seatpost, a standard 1.125in stem, a 34.9mm front mech. Standard threaded English BB (notBB30 as previously reported)."
    On One Dirty Disco Carbon Cyclocross Frameset
    The Dirty Disco is an "open mold" design sold by Bev (or Bevato, as they mark their own frames) in Taiwan. it can be ordered by brands like On One with a standard or a BB30, but only in lots of 50, say. It is also available through other sources, like Alibaba, in singles with a BB30.

    I gotta say, I'm very impressed that frame made it around the world, average 200 miles a day, without any failures. I haven't heard one way or the other, but the guy wouldn't have broken the record if something broke!

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    Out of curiosity, anyone know which frame the November Bicycle's frame is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackDaniels View Post
    What rotor sizes do you use for this frame?
    160mm. But you could run up to 180 if you wanted.

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    are all Chinese cyclocross frames and forx disc brake ready ?

    is there a price list online for deng-fu frames ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loona View Post
    are all Chinese cyclocross frames and forx disc brake ready ?

    is there a price list online for deng-fu frames ?
    Put "Deng Fu" into Google and this was the first site that came up, amazing.


    http://dengfubikes.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by loona View Post
    are all Chinese cyclocross frames and forx disc brake ready ?
    No...

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    on the web site
    it does not have pricing.
    it simply says inquire for pricing
    (e-mailed them waiting for reply )
    site does not say which frame is canti lever brake model.
    and which frame is disc brake ready model.

    ... the forum members here who build these bikes up
    make them look incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loona View Post
    on the web site
    it does not have pricing.
    it simply says inquire for pricing
    (e-mailed them waiting for reply )
    site does not say which frame is canti lever brake model.
    and which frame is disc brake ready model.

    ... the forum members here who build these bikes up
    make them look incredible.
    I bet the one titled "2013 disc brake cyclocross" is for cantilever brakes.....

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    yes, but what is the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudrock View Post
    The Dirty Disco is an "open mold" design sold by Bev (or Bevato, as they mark their own frames) in Taiwan. it can be ordered by brands like On One with a standard or a BB30, but only in lots of 50, say. It is also available through other sources, like Alibaba, in singles with a BB30.
    Could you expand on this? My supplier (Miracle Trade) was vague about whether their frame is the same as the DD, although she said it was from the "OEM factory."

    So are the DD and DD-like frames all definitely made in the same factory? And wholesalers order them in different specs (BB, paint)? Is the carbon layup the same though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loona View Post
    yes, but what is the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loona View Post
    on the web site
    it does not have pricing.
    it simply says inquire for pricing
    (e-mailed them waiting for reply )
    site does not say which frame is canti lever brake model.
    and which frame is disc brake ready model.

    ... the forum members here who build these bikes up
    make them look incredible.
    Here, browse through these... This is where I buy all my frames.

    http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?...tId=0&manual=y

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    I'm too short on posts to add a link but the frame in the above link from focus carbon looks pretty cool (and exactly like the prototype Planet X frame listed for sale on Planet X's website).

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    are any of those in bigger size? I need a 58.5 top tube and it seems like all those Chinese bikes are shrimp sized

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    The one I was just speaking of comes in a 58 or a 59.5 supposedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudrock View Post
    The Dirty Disco is an "open mold" design sold by Bev (or Bevato, as they mark their own frames) in Taiwan. it can be ordered by brands like On One with a standard or a BB30, but only in lots of 50, say. It is also available through other sources, like Alibaba, in singles with a BB30.

    I gotta say, I'm very impressed that frame made it around the world, average 200 miles a day, without any failures. I haven't heard one way or the other, but the guy wouldn't have broken the record if something broke!
    Thanks! I've found it!
    http://www.bev-intl.com/e-catalog/09/p1.htm

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    how about these wheels? nice, extra width and disc hub options

    Farsports-Carbon Bicycle Rim,Carbon Wheel,Carbon Frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseyscot View Post
    how about these wheels? nice, extra width and disc hub options

    Farsports-Carbon Bicycle Rim,Carbon Wheel,Carbon Frame
    I am in the process of gluing tubulars on 3 sets of those rims that were built by Farsports with Novatec D711/D712 disc hubs (28/28), Sapim CX-Ray hubs and internal nipples with an average weight of 1390 grams. A net gain of only ~105 grams on average per wheelset than the Easton EC90 SL tubulars (18/24) being replaced.
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    Chinese carbon cyclocross frame models (most found here: Wholesale carbon cyclocross -rims -wheels - Buy Low Price carbon cyclocross -rims -wheels Lots on Aliexpress.com) - I am interested if anyone has geometry info on any of these, I am especially concerned with the steep seat tube problem on the Dirty Disco, with folks not being able to get their seats set far enough back to avoid knee pain. I am also wondering is any frame has a 60cm effective top tube (probably not). I am also concerned with too much flex on the larger size frames, so is anyone has experience with that please chime in.

    I am pretty sure that this is a complete list, but if not add to it.


    AC024 or MC024 - Disc brake (Dirty Disco frame mold)

    AC043 or MC023 - V-brake (November and Van Dessel frame mold)

    FM059 - Disc brake

    FM058 - V-brake

    AC098 or MC098 - Disc brake

    YS-FMCX-01 - V-brake

    FF-R014 - Disc brake

    BVC-7009 - Disc brake

    BVC-7007 V-brake

    (last 2 found here: http://www.bev-intl.com/e-catalog/09/p1.htm)

    Pedal Force CX2: Pedal Force super-light carbon bicycle

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    FM059 geometry:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ms6073 View Post
    I am in the process of gluing tubulars on 3 sets of those rims that were built by Farsports with Novatec D711/D712 disc hubs (28/28), Sapim CX-Ray hubs and internal nipples with an average weight of 1390 grams. A net gain of only ~105 grams on average per wheelset than the Easton EC90 SL tubulars (18/24) being replaced.
    how was the purchase experience? responsive? quick shipping? good price for buying 3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseyscot View Post
    how was the purchase experience? responsive? quick shipping? good price for buying 3?
    There's a whole thread dedicated to that...

    Ebay and Chinese Direct Carbon Wheel Thread 2.0

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