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 Post subject: Wilier's Zoom Zoom
PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2005 9:14 am 
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Posts: 1944
Location: Getting dropped
2005 Wilier Scadium Cofidis Edition. To my knowledge there are less than 20 of these in the world from 2005. The story I got was that Cofidis was going to only ride the scandium frames but somehow worked out a deal to have half ride le roi's instead. So they had frames left over and I was lucky enough to get one. It even has the number screw hole underneath the top tube.

Build Specs

Wilier all Scandium Frame
Mizuno all carbon fork
Campagnolo Record 10 Speed Shifters
Campagnolo Record Carbon Compact (50/34) cranks
Campagnolo Record Bottom Bracket
Campagnolo Record Brakes (Black anadized)
Mavic Ksyrium SL Wheels
Deda Newton Oversize Bar and Stem
Selcof Carbon Seatpost
Selle Italia SLR 135g Saddle
Look Keo chromo (Campagnolo Record pedals in picture but I have since changed)
Vittoria Corsa Evo Tires


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2005 1:58 pm 
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Location: Australia
Nice ride!! :D

Obviously there is plenty of room for weight loss if you choose... but you have a good solid build there, I really like the frame as well.


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