Frame: Moots Psychlo X (with couplers, next size up head tube, slider dropouts, rack and fender mounts, BB30, third H20 bottle mount, and pump peg)
Fork: 1. Moots cross fork (pictured) 2. Surly Long Haul Trucker Fork
Headset: Purple Chris King No Threadset 1-1/8"
Hubs: Purple Chris King Classic 32h
Rims: DT Swiss TK540s 32h
Spokes: DT Swiss Champion with supplied aluminum nipples (294mm: F/R NDS 290mm: R DS)
Skewers: Shimano XT
Tires: Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tour 700x35c
Shifters: Shimano 105 5603
Crank: Shimano 105 Triple (50-39-30t)
Front Derailleur: Shimano 105 Triple
Front Der. Clamp: Problem Solvers 31.9ø front der. clamp for braze-on front der.
Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX long cage (have since found that 9spd non-shadow type works best and will be getting a Deore 9spd derailleur instead since those are the only non-shadow 9speed types available anymore)
Cassette: Shimano SLX 11-36t (10spd)
Chain: Shimano Tiagra (10spd)
Bottom Bracket: Purple Chris King 68mm English Thread
BB Adapter: Sram GXP30 adapter for English Thread 68mm BBs
Brakes: TRP CX9 V-Brakes
Seat Post: Ritchey WSC Alloy 1-Bolt
Stem: Ritchey Comp (100mm)
Handlebars: Ritchey Pro EvoCurve (44mm)
Saddle: Still figuring that out...
Pedals: Shimano M540s
Racks: Surly Nice Racks (front/rear)
Panniers: Ortlieb City (pictured), Axiom La Salle
Handlebar Bag: Axiom Joliette DLX
Bar Tape: TBA
Since this bike is such a multi-tasker, I do have a second fork for it that is not pictured. It's a Surly Long Haul Trucker fork in black. I bought this for when the bike is set up in full touring regalia. It has braze-ons for a front rack and fenders, which the carbon Moots fork does not. The Surly fork with the rack is about 5lbs heavier than the Moots one, but a lot more practical for touring applications. I run the Moots fork most of the time, when I don't need a front rack. The steel Surly fork is more rigid however. I can tell the bike twists less when its equipped with it under load.
I haven't spent much time in the rain with my Ortlieb bags, but they're supposed to be as waterproof as all get out. Soon, I'll be testing their mettle. The Axiom bags are only water resistant and for most intents and purposes, I think that's ok. I put my less critical items in those bags anyway, like food which is already wrapped in its own packaging. The handlebar bag I have is an awesome convenience. It's my mobile trash can, cup holder, map table, snack bar and media center. It is pretty wide however, and the front shifter lever pushes against it when shifting. Just something to get used to I suppose.
Going on, one of the best spots to add some bling to a bike is the wheels and these ones are no exception. Last November, Chris King offered a limited edition run of purple bits, including hubs, headsets, and bottom brackets. Purple has been among my favorite colors since I was a little kid and I just had to have them. The hubs are King's classic road set (not the R45s) and are drilled with 32 holes. All of the Chris King components are incredibly long-lasting and often times the hubs outlast the rims... maybe even thrice!
I did put a lighter set of wheels on this bike for a century ride earlier this year. The bike took them great! It was a whole new machine, but most bikes would be with some 1,380g Dura Ace wheels...
Note: upon initial set-up, the front brake emitted a piercingly loud squeal when applied. Toe-ing them in has helped tremendously.
Also, special thanks to Corey at Moots and the guys at MOAB Bicycle Shop in Franklin, TN for making all of this happen. If you want to talk bikes for any application, MOAB is the place to go. Aside from a killer inventory, the knowledge and customer service is some of the best in the South East. Do yourself a favor and check 'em out!