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I have a ’93 Rocky Mountain Blizzard [See Raymond Parker’s ’93 Blizzard here] that has over 120,000kms on a Chris King headset without problems, so I went with a Chris King threaded headset again.
The bigger tire width absorbs a lot of road shock, making a very comfortable ride.
I have 32-hole Velocity Synergy rims, the rear offset and laced up with DT Swiss spokes; the rear hub is a White Industries H3.
The rear light wiring goes through the lip of the front fender, internally though the downtube and bottom bracket, then runs along the lip of the rear fender to exit at the light.
I am more than pleased with these lights and I’ll never have to worry about batteries again.
This combination allows me to do most of my riding in the big ring and only change over to the small ring on the grunter hills.
The rear derailleur is an older XTR M970 Rapid Rise.
A Velo Orange steer tube Decaleur holds a Berthoud handlebar bag and a Crane brass bell in the cockpit. I really like that I can upload the data and see where I’ve ridden on a map, along with all the other stats that it provides.
It’s also nice not having a wire running down from the computer.
In the near future I hope to get a low rider front rack and some panniers, maybe a Yak trailer, and do some touring with it.
It’s very comfortable, handles beautifully and is quite quick to boot!