Neilpryde Alize - the backup/in the meantime bike goes full time

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by mdeth1313

After my Zero.6 frame cracked I wasn't sure how long it would take to get a replacement. I grabbed this Neilpryde Alize from ebay for $600 and figured I'd build it and use it and then go back to my replacement. Of course I enjoyed riding it so much I ended up picking up another etap setup (RD,FD,Shifters) and splitting time between both bikes.

I'm stuck in between sizes. This is a medium and the Wilier is a small. I can make either one work but I believe from this point on I'll go with medium frames.

The nice part was I had so many "back up" parts the components are quite similar.

I never weighed it, I'm not worried about it for this bike, we'll go with "light enough".

Frame/fork/seatpost - Neilpryde
Wheels - FSE 25's with Carbon Ti hubs, sapim x-ray spokes, 20/24
FD/RD/Shifters/Blips Sram ETAP
Cassette - XG1190 11-32
Bars - Easton SLX3 38 mm
Brakes - EE Brake
Cables - Front: Powercord, Rear: steel
Housing: Powercordz Swift
Crankset: THM Clavicula Classic, Praxis Chainrings, Alloy Bolts
Saddle: Berk Lupina 150 UD
Stem: MCFK 90
Top cap: Fiberlyte w/ alu bolt
Spacers: Carbon (from China/Taiwan)
Headset: Neilpryde
Garmin Mount: 3D printed out in front w/ gopro mount
Bar Tape: Tesa tape
Pedals: Mavic Zxellium Ti
Tires: Kenda Kountach 25's
Tubes: Vittoria Latex
Bottle Cages: Carbonworks
Pump: Topeak Micro Rocket Carbon
Speedplay is the devil!

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by pritchet74

I love this build. Very well done!

Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously good looking?

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