Goldmember p0rny project [en]

Publié le par Adrien

Fairwheelbikes worked recently on an amazing project called Goldmember. I think you guessed that the bike is exceptionnal and most parts are unique. Not unique for their weight or their mechanical properties but rather for their look and their anodization.
Mostly black, the bike has some gold parts everywhere. We can really stand that it's a custom bike because of its look.

Quick descriptive:

Frame/fork: Parlee / Ritchey
Stem: Syntace
Bars: Ritchey Pro
Seatpost: m²racer
Saddle: Fizik Arione
Brakes: Zero Gravity
Shifters: Shimano Dura-ace 7800
Front deraileur: Tiso
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura-ace 7800
Crankset: THM Clavicula
Pedals: m²racer
Chain: KMC X10SL
Cassette: KCNC
Quick releases: m²racer
Wheels: ADA
Tubulars: Tufo
Cable housings: Nokon

Click on the pictures to have them with high quality:


Cockpit:

 

Hedset: Chris King NoThreadSet



Stem: Syntace F99

Bars: Ritchey Pro





Cable housings: Nokon
Notice the work done for the choice of the colours, the handlebar, the stem cap, stem bolts, cable housings, stem spacers, etc...








Brakes parts were gold anodized as well, brake pads are yellow, cable tips too. Bottle cages are of course of the same colour.
Fourche: Ritchey Carbon


Freins: Zero Gravity


Tige de selle: m²racer






Drivetrain:




Crankset: THM Clavicula


Derailleurs: Shimano Dura-Ace et Tiso


Shifters: Dura-Ace



Cassette: KCNC



Pédales: m²racer Orb
The derailleurs couldn't be anodized because of some parts made out of steel. Only the aluminium and the titanium can be anodized. So they were painted. Chainrings bolts are gold as the pedals, the chain and the cassette.



Wheels:




ADA wheels:





Quick releases: m²racer




The wheels didn't have to be modified since they already have gold spokes, however quick releases received a special anodization for titanium.





Complete bike:



Even if the weight wasn't the main objective, it's incredibly low:

Final weight: 12.61 pounds


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