The day has finally come. I have hit 1000 miles on my Hambini Classic BB86 Bottom Bracket, well. 995.1 miles to be exact, but I simply could not be bothered to get back on the trainer and crank out 5 more miles.
The Hambini bottom bracket has done well so far. I have had no issues with it and my bike seems to be happy housing it. Here is a video of the “all telling spin test” after 995.1 miles. I also address some of the following comments made on the first video.
Missed sarcasm opportunity
The great debate: Clamping carbon fiber top tubes.
I was not unhappy about the results in the first video.
Spin test may determine drag?
The spin had noticeably less drag than the original Shimano bottom bracket.
How many miles were on my old bottom bracket?
Bottom Bracket Questions/Comments
I bought the classic Hambini bottom bracket which does not include the low friction bearing
New bearings, new grease, more friction.
Bottom Bracket Shell Questions/Comments
Oval bottom bracket, non concentric. I didn’t measure it and flap wheel.
I didn’t put adhesive, fiber grip
Hindsight: tested the crank before with the BB out.
Reference back to initial thoughts of the Light Carbon LGC-010
2000 miles on the light carbon bike, review or not? Mostly trainer rides and road.