Muddymoles mountain biking in the Surrey Hills and Mole Valley

Clockwork Orange 2007 – shades at the ready

Posted by Tony | June 30, 2009 | 2 comments so far

Orange Clockwork 102/200
I always fancied a steel Clockwork Orange first time around. So when Orange realeased a limit run of 200 updated steel Clockwork Oranges a couple of years ago I hunted across the UK to find one. Subtle it isn’t!

Frame Orange Clockwork steel (102/200) 19″
Forks Rockshox Reba 100mm
Headset FSA Orbit
Bars EA70 monkey risers O/S
Stem Truvativ 90mm O/S
Shifters Front: Shimano Deore LX
Rear: Shimano Deore XT
Cables Gore Ride-On sealed
Front mech Shimano Deore LX
Rear mech Shimano Deore LX
Chain KMC
Cassette 2009 DeoreXT 11-32t
Chainset 2007 Shimano XT Hollowtech 175mm – Middleburn hardcoat middle ring
Front brake old Shimano XT
Rear brake old Shimano XT
Rims Mavic 717 disc specific
Hubs Shimano XT
Tyres Continental Speedking Supersonic 2.3 with slime tubes
Rear Shock N/A
Seatpost Use Sumo Carbon Suspension
Saddle Selle Italia Flyte
Pedals Shimano XT
Extras Front/rear Crud Catchers. Polar heartrate monitor/computer. Bell!

Filed under Bikes in June 2009


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  1. Muddymoles says:

    Ahhh! chainsuck!!!

    What is chainsuck and why do some bikes suffer from it more than others. The answer is not as simple as you’d think

  2. Damon says:

    Chainsuck is where the chain gets caught by the tyre as the back wheel is rotating and is pulled up between the chainstay and the tyre or gets pulled up between the chainset and the chainstay. Usually a well aligned chainset with the right clearances can avoid this

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