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civdic
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by civdic

UPDATE: Posted a while back here's an updated pic and build list.

Time Di2 NXR Black label
DA Di2 Group
Clavicula M3 Cranks w/Praxis Rings
THM Shimano Pressfit BB
Speedplay zero SS pedals
eebrakes w/enve pads
Syntace Stem
Zipp Bars
Lizard Skins Tape
Arione Saddle
Enve 45 clinchers w/Alchemy Hubs 28/28
Dura Ace Skewers
Conti 4000s Tires
Conti Tubes

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Garmin 800
k-edge Garmin Mount

6.62 kg or 14.6 lbs
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by HarryS

Im not keen on the red tyre, but an amazing bike all the same!

civdic
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by civdic

HarryS wrote:Im not keen on the red tyre, but an amazing bike all the same!


It's a trainer tire. It doesn't leave the basement.

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by Frankie - B

Nice ride! I moved it into the gallery for you.

Can you show us some better detailed, bigger pictures?
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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by TimW

Nice. I saw one of these recently and was quite taken by it.

You have an odd tyre crime occuring there though

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by civdic

Here are some bigger pics that show a bit more detail. Thanks for the positive comments.
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TimW wrote:Nice. I saw one of these recently and was quite taken by it.

You have an odd tyre crime occuring there though


As said above by the OP it is a trainer tire.......

VERY nice bike, by the way...... :welcome:

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by elviento

Times are always beautiful. This one is no exception.

If I have to pick on it, then I'd say trainer tire in loud red doesnt quite meet the meticulous ww standard but I am sure OP will come up with a pic with proper tires at some point.

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civdic
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by civdic

Unfortunately the trainer tire will be on for a few more weeks. We still have snow on the ground. An evo corsa cx will go on the back to match the front.

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by kgt

Beautiful frame! :beerchug:

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Really nice. Is the seatpost round so it's possible to get a normal ISPtop for it?
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by thegreatlakes

The more I see these bikes the more I love the shape and style of Time.
Looks super sweet! How do you enjoy that saddle? I'm looking at one. Looks
great on that frame!

TGL

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cerro wrote:Really nice. Is the seatpost round so it's possible to get a normal ISPtop for it?



The post is a teardrop shape. As you move closer to the top tube the internal shape turns round. I've heard of people cutting off the integrated mast a couple of inches above the top tube and running an traditional seat post, but I'm not sure why.

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by civdic

thegreatlakes wrote:The more I see these bikes the more I love the shape and style of Time.
Looks super sweet! How do you enjoy that saddle? I'm looking at one. Looks
great on that frame!

TGL


As you know saddles personal choice. I've tried the arione, and antares along with the new curve saddle from fizik. This one fits the best.

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