Bottom bracket: Shimano Ultegra, BSA threaded
Consider BB9000. minimal extra cost, better bearing lifeSpokes: DT Swiss Competition, standard brass nipples
DT Pro Head will sit nicer in the rim, or Sapim Polyax, both have a better profile. Also consider Sapim Race instead of comps if availability is an issue.[b]
Front hub:[/b] Schmidt SONdelux 12. [i]that’s the centrelock disc, 12mm thru axle version. going all out here due to bad reports about the Shutter Precision thru axle models.
[/i]The first SP thru axle hubs were failure prone, current generation seems to have solved that.
Rear hub: DT Swiss 350 centrelock disc, thru axle, 11 speed road freehub. won’t need a road-compatible hub for my planned usage but nice to have the option.
Check flange spacing, if you only ever plan to run “MTB” 11sp cassettes (road 10sp), you might be able to find a hub with wider flanges, stronger wheel. But a 350 is a good hub option.[b]
Front light:[/b] Schmidt Edelux II. it’d be rude not to, having got the SON hub. ordered a handlebar mount too, in case a handlebar bag interferes with it when mounted at the fork crown.
ehhh, don’t discount the IQ- Cyo Premium, or the IQ-X (it’s beam is so good). Try to mount hanging under the bag rack and far forward. Better height than on the bars, and much less wheel shadow than crown. ISO to PM disc adaptors are great for light brackets.[b]
Rear light:[/b] B&M Secula Plus, mudguard mount. may need help bodging up a bracket for non-mudguard mounting, if I end up not fitting guards.
What Jono said[b]
Dynamo charging device:[/b] an Igaro D1 is on my wish list if I decide to go down that path
What about that weird DIY ish thing… forumslader. could fit it in the steerer!
Tyres: TBC. Probably get a set of Compass Snoqualmie Pass for mostly-road use, if I can squeeze them in under mudguards. Plus something knobby-ish for mostly-dirt rides - Clement X’Plor? Soma Cazadero? Suggestions welcome. Not going tubeless (yet).
y u no tubeless? you have the rims, you’ll build them with tubeless tape surely. Heaps of good rubber options these days.
Mudguards: TBC. Possibly Velo Orange Zeppelins, possibly none at all
Bottle cages:[/b] TBC - may end up with side loading ones for bikepacking luggage
Hack your ST cage mount lower for bag clearance.