Huge parts sale

Everything in SEK but can send all over EU

100kr each:

Experimental Prototype 50t 130mm BCD
FSA 36t 110mm BCD
FSA 38t 110mm BCD
FSA 52t 110mm BCD
light bash för 42t 110mm BCD
Stronglight 42t 130mm BCD

200kr each:
Cannondale 29/44 incl spider for Hollowgram (94mm BCD)
FRM 27/42 (spider for Cannondale Hollowgram)(no picture)

300kr each:
Carbon-Ti X-Monoring 34t for Cannondale Hollowgram
Sram XX1 32t

Better price if you buy many, 50kr in postage


Sram X.7 2×10 triggers 200kr
Sram flatbar brakelevers 100kr
Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 95mm stem, 25,4mm barclamo 250kr
Bontrager lock-ons (new) 100kr
Aerozine 27,2×250 (or maybe 270) seatpost 200kr
Aerozine 31,6×400 seatpost 300kr
plastic seatpost shim 34,9-31,6mm 50kr
Experimental Prototype carbon seatpost 34,9×400 400kr
Maxxis 27,5″ mtb tube, 50kr for 2

Send me an e-mail if you want to buy:

video friday :D

But let us start where I ended. First time to work on my commuter today, here ready to go home:

Felt slim with 600mm handlebar 😉

Then some great Enduro riding in Spain

And real pure riding in Åre, Sweden. So beautiful that makes me want to go to Åre again, a bit better prepared then last two times I’ve been there with a bike:

SuperX commuter part3 (together)


Can it be harder and more Swedish than that?

Sram VIA GT brake levers, Shimano 105 chain and a Sram X.7 Trigger was invested in yesterday and today I got some time to put it all together. Big difference than riding a Trek Slash like I did yesterday 😉

frameset: Cannondale SuperX size 52

seatpost: KCNC Ti Pro-Lite

saddle: Tune Komm-Vor

stem: Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 95mm

Handlebar: AX-Lightness Poseidon 620mm

stem spacer: Reset Racing 10mm

expander and top cap: Cannondale SI (will be changed to Extralite Ultrastar and Hypercap)

grips: Bontrager bar tape

trigger: Sram X.7

brake levers: Sram VIA GT

brakes: Avid Shorty Ultimate

crankset: Sram XX1 BB30 Q145 with 38t chainring

pedals: yes

wheelset: Tune hubs, spokes and 38mm cheap tubular rims

QR: Tune DC16/17

tires: Vittoria Corsa CX 23mm

cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-25

chain: Shimano 105

rear derailleur: Sram Red a bit tuned

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The perfect ice-cream bike. 😀

SuperX commuter part2

Continued with my build a bit today. Mounted a AX-Lightness Poseidon handlebar:


A tuned Sram Red rear derailleur:


And a half Sram XX1 crankset with 38t chainring on a 104mm Cannondale Hollowgram spindle:


Half as I couldn’t get the left crankarm of it’s spindle, will fix that at work next week. Waiting for gear lever and brake levers to arrive and than I should buy a chain and a set of grips.

Mounted my yellow Tune Komm-Vor saddle today. It will be a lot of yellow and blue 😉 Swedish style

new parts for my Scalpel, Avid Elixir 5

Wanted a cheap pair of brakes working with Matchmaker X to have the same mount for my Xloc and my X.0 Triggers. So got a pair of Avid Elixir 5, really nothing special but got a descent weight too including rotor, all bolts, adapter (for both and rear), matchmaker including the shifter mount on right side:





But a bit too long housings:



So today I cut it and saved 10g on rear brake and 4g on front brake. So total weight for the brakes is 652g


Scalpel build continues

Got advices today so now my front wheel is finished, borrowed a rear wheel from another friend to get my bike on wheels. And mounted.

Looks a bit strange without any tire rear and with a 22mm Continental Sprinter tire on the front wheel but this bike is getting parts that I just dreamt about a couple of years ago. Spec for the moment:

frame: Cannondale Scalpel 100 Medium (DT XR Carbon damper)

fork: Cannondale Lefty Speed Carbon XLR100

front wheel: Tune Cannonball, Sapim Super Spoke, AX-Lightness SRT CC

brakes: Formula R1 Racing with 160/140 Innolite rotors (and lighter adapters/bolts)

crankset: Sram XX1 BB30 Q156 36t

rear derailleur: Sram XX1

shifter: Sram XX1 Twister with Shimano Yumeya wirehousing

seatclamp: Tune Schraubwürger

seatpost: AX-Lightness Europa 27,2×350

seat: Tune Komm-Vor

steerer: Experimental Prototype

stem: Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 100mm

handlebar: AX-Lightness Poseidon 600mm

grips: Deda bar tape and plugs

bottle cage: Tune Wasserträger Uni

rear QR: Tune DC17

rear wheel (will be changed): DT 240 with ZTR Race rim

Tires, adapter for rear brake, some bolts are ordered and should be shipped as soon as R2-bike can (seems like never). Rear hub and some spokes will come in february so long wait. Anyone got a pair of Crank Brothers Eggbeater 11 or 4ti for sale?

Light front:

Blue and Yellow, like a world champ:


35g more and you got a FFWD F2R front wheel with DT 190 hubs. 20mm carbon for road.

But 444g is my new mtbwheel, with one spoke wrong:

Tune Cannonball hub, AX-Lightness SRT CC rim and Sapim Superspoke, except the one on top that is a to far Sapim CX-Rayspoke that is just wrong. So waiting for a new spoke.

tried it on my fork anyway:

With the new stem, will get some clearcoat in the middle of the handlebar before I finish it:

Thinking of getting some blue stickers for the fork too 🙂 Hopefully getting my new crankset next week 😀 Going forward with what seems to be a sub 8,3kg mtb

the Ionos investment for life

A helmet is important, a working one is even more important. My lovely Atmos broke in the transportation to Germany so I put it in the garbage before getting back to Norway. Today I got a new one. Thought of Aeon  as we have mostly Giro at work and my head like Giro. But Aeon was just in one colour that I didn’t want. So instead I got a Ionos. First a black medium but after trying to fix it to my head perfect before I went home a friend thought I should have a small instead, haven’t even thought of that. But the small was better. So changed to a small white helmet. Really nice helmet.

A little thicker than my Atmos was but was a little bit lighter anyway, if I remember right my Atmos was 284g.

After getting home I went to the store to buy some food and get a nice package. You can see a little of it on the picture here above and a little more here:

More pictures and info on it tomorrow. For the first time in my life I’m own something with the lovely AX-Lightness brand on, hopefully not the last time 😀 Good night.