Bike Feature: John Cyril's Weis Hammer Track



1st Weis Hammer track with Asymmetrical rear traingle in the Philippines.



Frame
Weis 52cm w/ Asymmetrical Speed Stay Rear Triangle and Laser Cut Dropouts

Fork/Headset
Columbus Tapered Track Fork / Cane Creek 40

Crankset/Bottom Bracket
Omnium Crankset/ GXP BB

Pedals
MKS RX-1 NJS / MKS Toecage / Kashimax strap

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain
EAI 16t / AARN 47T / HKK Chains / Philwood Lockring

Handlebars/Stem
Zipp Course SL Cockpit

Saddle/Seatpost
Fizik Arione / 3T Ionic Seatpost

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire
H Plus Son Archetype / Philwood Hubs / Continental Gatorskin / Pillar Spokes

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire
H Plus Son Archetype / Philwood Hubs / Continental Gatorskin / Pillar Spokes

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