2008 Globe Centrum Comp frame, custom build. Cool commuter I had for a few years.
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2008 Globe Centrum Comp frame, custom build. Cool commuter I had for a few years.

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 Sounds as reasonable as its going to get, I can see the creative bending work you put in to them now, it looks good, I'm going to source some fenders, and work it out this weekend, the rain is coming soon. Thanks,
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 I just started riding fixed again too, other bikes not getting as much use now that i bought a volume cutter..
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 nothing like it eh!
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 haha hurts my knees like a bitch when i ride down hills thou.. haha
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 I'm fortunate to have no hills in my commute, though I took it on an extended ride the other night and gave my calves a good work out. I might keep this bike for the winter.
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 it's worth more than $400 to me.
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 man.. what a deal. It's too cheap for such a nice bike.
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 Sad thing is that it's been collecting dust since feb, because i never ride it any more.
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 Do you mind me asking what fenders did you use? I have a centrum myself, and am having trouble finding a good fit. your solution looks good.
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 I kit bashed a set of road fenders with a set of MTB fenders. I used the brackets/stays from a set of seat stay/fork mount road fenders, removed the fender part and took the fenders from the MTB set and presto, with a little creative bending and adjusting. As long as you stick with the same brand for the fenders you shouldn't have issues with parts compatibility. I suggest you use Lambert select or evo brand fenders as they tend to be the cheapest price but still good quality.

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