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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 1:42 pm 
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7ducati wrote:
Such a mean looking bike. I love the non-nosecone version! 8)

Thanks, I do some tt's under the UCI so need the no nose cone one besides that to me it looks better too.


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 7:17 pm 
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el condor wrote:
I'm not keen on having the possibility to shift at the brake levers, I will run the set-up a year this way and see if I miss shifting at the levers.


On my TT bike I've also disabled the shift lever buttons in order to have a more clean and subsequently more aero wiring, of course :D Don't miss those shifts at all.

Awesome Shiv, I want that aerobar setup.


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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2012 10:47 am 
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mrlobber wrote:
el condor wrote:
I'm not keen on having the possibility to shift at the brake levers, I will run the set-up a year this way and see if I miss shifting at the levers.


On my TT bike I've also disabled the shift lever buttons in order to have a more clean and subsequently more aero wiring, of course :D Don't miss those shifts at all.

Awesome Shiv, I want that aerobar setup.

Just had my second tt with this awesome machine and have to say it rides like a dream, stiff like my canyon cf road bike and it's handling is very precise, and besides maybe starting I don't miss the brifters at all.


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