2000+ miles and all’s well

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My Travers Angus has now topped 2000 miles since I picked it up of Michael Travers early this summer.

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The only changes I’ve made since new have been to replace the prototype belt drive (after the mud proof belt snapped in it’s first bit of gloopy mud, forcing me to walk the 7 miles back to my car) with a normal chain drive. I have changed the Charge Spoon saddle for a Brooks C17 which fitted my bum better and I’ve fitted Maxxis Chronicles for the winter gloop, but the Knards will go back on for longer drier weather rides and when the summer arrives.

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Although I’ve tightened up the eccentric bottom bracket a small bit a couple of times as the chain has stretched.

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Now with added Travers bottles

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It’s been used on long rides, bike packing trips, short rides, trail centres and there is nothing I would change about it.

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5 thoughts on “2000+ miles and all’s well

    traversbikes said:
    December 23, 2014 at 9:34 am

    Reblogged this on traversbikes.

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    Sven said:
    March 16, 2016 at 9:26 am

    Great bike, have exactly the same. I got the framebag from relevate, size small, but found out it did’nt fit nicely. Which framebag do use here? Alpkit? Custom made, or standard size? Your frame is also medium?
    Thx for the info

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    svencoonen said:
    March 16, 2016 at 9:26 am

    Which framebag did you use here? Alpkit? Custom made, or standard size? If so, which size? Thx!

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      JohnClimber responded:
      March 16, 2016 at 6:36 pm

      It is a custom Alpkit frame bag, it works really well when I need to carry more that normal.
      I mainly use the thinner frame bags that sit above the bottles in bottle cages now a days

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