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    Not done, but close enough to post a pic to give this thread a bump.





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    2016 Cooper CX

    Still tweaking, but is making me love gravel more than asphalt.

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    A shot of my R240 in its element, at the top of a climb. Got Lynskey?  Pics thread-lynskey-pinehurst.jpg

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    Oh ya! Another beautiful Lynskey in the mountains Nice!
    2013 Lynskey R230. Campy Chorus 11 speed.
    2013 Giant Defy Advanced SL. Ultegra DI2 11 speed.

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    2015 r140

    Finally put this baby together! Couple of short rides, but so far it has been great. Very smooth ride, even when compared to my BMC Granfondo 02 with HED Ardennes. The fact that you don't see this around that much is also very cool! Loving it!

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    smooth.


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    Lynskey Urbano

    Got my Lynskey Urbano put together about 2 months ago. Built it with a SRAM Force 1X group, Whisky No. 9 fork, and Brooks saddle. I've only got about 200 miles on it, but I love it!

    I wanted a bike that could do everything short of technical trails and this thing has delivered. Did a 50 mile route this week with road, gravel, crushed stone, dirt, and mud. No issues!

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    just completed - break away Lynskey R150

    Built it as a do-everything bike. wide gearing, with 40 tooth cog and Wolf der adaptor. Gator Hardshell tires for some gravel. Ultegra 11. The usual stuff I like on it too. Break away frame to fit in std size luggage case for flying to europe and wherever.

    Comes in a bit heavy at 21 lbs. I have a Sram Red group I could have put on it, but that would only save maybe a 1lb, so I think she'll be fine. I also like a very rugged bike, hence the Ti and not much carbon.



    40T cog for some of the 15-20% climbs here and overseas



    S&S couplers, and cable separators. I also got the S&S regular luggage size travel case for it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BCSaltchucker View Post
    just completed - break away Lynskey R150

    Built it as a do-everything bike. wide gearing, with 40 tooth cog and Wolf der adaptor. Gator Hardshell tires for some gravel. Ultegra 11. The usual stuff I like on it too. Break away frame to fit in std size luggage case for flying to europe and wherever.

    Comes in a bit heavy at 21 lbs. I have a Sram Red group I could have put on it, but that would only save maybe a 1lb, so I think she'll be fine. I also like a very rugged bike, hence the Ti and not much carbon.



    40T cog for some of the 15-20% climbs here and overseas



    S&S couplers, and cable separators. I also got the S&S regular luggage size travel case for it.

    I have to ask, is installing the Roadlink the only modification that you did to fit the 40 tooth cog. Also, what size size chain rings are you running? I am getting ready to build another gravel bike, and am looking into this set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Pumper View Post
    I have to ask, is installing the Roadlink the only modification that you did to fit the 40 tooth cog. Also, what size size chain rings are you running? I am getting ready to build another gravel bike, and am looking into this set up.
    Medium cage derailleur probably also necessary. And longer chain of course (use any links left over from your last chain change, if you have it

    I am running 50-34 up front

    It is much easier to put on a 32T cassette of course. even with a short cage der and 50-34 it works fine on my wife's bike.

    put the 40t to use yesterday on one tough climb too. Not moving slower, just higher cadence which is more comfy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCSaltchucker View Post
    Medium cage derailleur probably also necessary. And longer chain of course (use any links left over from your last chain change, if you have it

    I am running 50-34 up front

    It is much easier to put on a 32T cassette of course. even with a short cage der and 50-34 it works fine on my wife's bike.

    put the 40t to use yesterday on one tough climb too. Not moving slower, just higher cadence which is more comfy

    Thanks, I'm starting with all new parts for the build, so ordering the medium cage and using uncut chain. I'm thinking of using a 11-36 cassette to how it works for me. Presently I have the a 11-32, but want the lower gears on the gravel bike for some bigger/steeper climbs that I plan on using it for.

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    @BCSaltchucker, looks nice... is that the Sport Carbon fork? What tire size do you have on there? I'm spec'ing out a Lynskey and came across a comment about the Sport Carbon fork (Chain Reaction website) where someone said a 25mm GP4000s tire wouldn't fit, even though Lynskey's spec is to fit up to 28c tires. Since this is my favorite tire, it would be a bit of a deal breaker for me, although I like the look of the fork.

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    Got Lynskey?  Pics thread-img_0567.jpg

    Done! Completed the build on a Rouleur frameset last week. One long ride in, I love, love, love this bike.

    Full Ultegra
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    that is hot. What handlebar tape is that? i love the color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnardone View Post
    that is hot. What handlebar tape is that? i love the color.

    Thanks! That's Fizik Performance Bar Tape in Metallic Blue.

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    Got Lynskey? Pics thread



    My budget Lynskey Cooper build
    Size : S
    Fork : Lynskey Pro Carbon
    Headset : Chris King
    Stem / Handlebar : Thomson X2 / Dimension Flat top bar
    Seatpost / Saddle : Thomson / Selle Italia SLR
    Gruppo : Sram Rival
    WS : Easton EA70SL

    Accs: King Cages SS, Thomson seatclamp

    Cheers!


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    Ordered a Lynskey R150 Limited Edition after wanting for so long to own a Titanium Road Bike. Initially I was keen on getting the Motobecane LeChampion Ti SL but I opted for the R150 because of its geometry (taller headtube) compared to the Ti SL.

    I still don't have it with me, it's stored by a family relative, but here's the pics as was shipped.

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    I've been enjoying my R150 since early winter. Quality frame with quality ride. Tough letting your relative unpacking it

    I had to unpack at UPS because box wouldn't fit in car

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    R240

    I built this up last September but I never posted a pic

    R240 with the new Campy Potenza group

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    R240

    My 2016 completely stock R240 on a nice winter day...

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    The peloton with some new orange bits.

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    That has a retro-cool vibe to it. Like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt92037 View Post
    smooth.

    What size is that? L or XL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foothighforest View Post
    Still tweaking, but is making me love gravel more than asphalt.

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    Nice build! ...all those steer tube spacers though! It puts a lot of stress on the steer tube. If you want the handlebars at that height, I'd recommend going with a 17 degree stem flipped up and removing a bunch of those spacers. Some manufactures recommend no more than 40 mm of spacers. I doubt Lynskey would be different, especially if that fork has a carbon steer tube.

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    My R240 all finished. Size XL, came in at 18.5 pounds. So far, really enjoying the ride (have about 50 "test and tune" miles on it)
    Got Lynskey?  Pics thread-r240-finished.jpg

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