Here is how the Maximum Roadster has been developing. Ceramic bottom bracket is a noticeable improvement. I got it by accident while testing many crank configurations for another bike. I ended up using the inexpensive crank, with high end chainrings, and top of the line bearings. Practical.

photo of Cockpit of hot street bicycle with classical roadster ergonomics.

“>pcture of Selle SMP Manitou FSA Specialized hot rod Selle SMP Manitou FSA Specialized hot rod

pic of Ceramic bottom bracket goes fast on tough New York City streets.

“>photo of Cockpit of hot street bicycle with classical roadster ergonomics. Cockpit of hot street bicycle with classical roadster ergonomics.

Great tires, and that skinny Stans front rim. Manitou air fork is excellent – quick and light action, it was inexpensive but it is merely – reasonably lightweight.

photo of Street riding roadster bicycle, made with Brian Miller Hot Rodding

“>pic of Ceramic bottom bracket goes fast on tough New York City streets. Ceramic bottom bracket goes fast on tough New York City streets. Some mud.

photo of Street riding roadster bicycle, made with Brian Miller Hot Rodding

Street riding roadster bicycle, made with Brian Miller Hot Rodding

Weighs just under 25 pounds. Very versatile bike, fast nimble tough. Gets a lot of use.

 

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