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PostPosted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 1:23 pm 
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Thanks :-)

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this bike looks pretty mean and probably is too! very nice.


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beautiful bike! what wheels are those?

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ferrarista wrote:
beautiful bike! what wheels are those?


Thanks, Token T50 (w/out stickers + veloflex carbon).

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Yeah, I really like this, and the original blue, which I missed first time around. When it comes to bike geometry, there's stuff that I really like and stuff that I think "what the hell?". This works! The right amount of slope can be really nice, and this is what I consider a nice slope for this size of frame. I always like a horizontal top tube on a road bike of tube type construction, but there are instances where a slight slope works just as well, maybe even better, depending on your fit and setup. Nice job.

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That is really sharp! :beerchug:


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