NS Bikes Analog

The 2015 NS Bikes Analog - http nsbikes.com analog


The Analog is an urban fixed gear bike that will let you fly across the city with speed and let you throw in some style too! Jump some curbs, throw in a barspin here and there and make your daily commute something to remember. 

The 2015 NS Bikes Analog - http nsbikes.com analog


The Analog has proved to be a good balance between a commuter and trick bike. It uses the same tubes as our dirt jumping frames and has the same attention to detail and the same focused design as all our dirt products. Some of the highlights of this bike are the special fixed gear hub, much tougher than a traditional threaded cog hub. The frame has plenty of tire clearance and the amazing Resist Nomad tires make good use of that.

The 2015 NS Bikes Analog - http nsbikes.com analog


For the 2015 the frame is fitted with an integrated headset that is super elegant and stylish.

The 2015 NS Bikes Analog - http nsbikes.com analog


Piotr Jurczak who works in our sales department and shreds his Capital like none other also uses our Analog for his daily commutes. Check out Piotr cruising the streets of Gdansk on his way to the NS office.

The 2015 NS Bikes Analog - http nsbikes.com analog


Bike Specs
Frame: NS Analog OEM, custom butted 4130 cromoly, integrated headset
Fork: NS Analog OEM, custom butted 4130 cromoly, 410mm (a-c)
Headset: Salt by WTP, sealed bearings 
Stem: NS Bikes Quantum 31.8, 45mm reach
Handlebar: NS Terra 31.8, cut to 650mm
Grips: NS Sam Pilgrim signature, w/o flanges
Brakes: Promax RC453 medium reach with 249A levers
Bottom bracket: TH, square taper
Crank: Lasco, 165mm w/ 42T CNC chainring
Chain: PYC-510HX
Cog: 16T (16T freewheel included)
Rims: Jalco DRX3000
Hubs: Joytech (loose ball), custom fixie rear hub with 16t cog (IS2000 6-bolts mount)
Spokes: 14G-2.0mm w/ 14mm nipples, special laced on front wheel
Tires: Resist Nomad 700x45C
Seatpost: Kalloy, 27.2, painted
Saddle: Octane One Rocket
Pedals: Odyssey Twisted PC w/freestyle straps
Weight: ~10.7 kg including pedals

More details about the Analog bike at NSBikes.com/analog

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