Moozes Mistral 56

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frederique
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by frederique

Hello, my name is Frederique and i'm from Belgium.
I've been reading up on this forum for a long time.

Here is my bike in its current built :

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Spec list :

Frame-set : Moozes Mistral 56
Group : Campa Record 11speed full
Saddle: Selle italia SLR kit carbonio flow
Wheels : Mavic Ksyrium SLR
Tires : Conti gp 4000S
Seatpost : Carbotech
Stem: Pro PLT 100mm
Handlebars: Pro Vibe carbon round 42cm
Polar : CS500+

Weight : Comes in at +- 7.0kg

To be changed :
stem : Zipp Course service SL Stem 100mm
Wheels : FFWD F4R Tubular (neutral decal)
Tires : Vittoria corsa evo SC 23mm

I'll post new pictures when i change those parts.
Pure energy, Perfect power !

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LouisN
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by LouisN

Nice bike :beerchug: .

Belgium brand ?

It's going to look great with the F4R neutral.

Really not so shure about orange sidewall tubs though... I would personally go with Veloflex Carbon for perfect B/W coordination.
(and 22mm tires will fit better in the FFWD wheels than Vittoria 23mm).

Louis :)

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MisterNoChain
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by MisterNoChain

Moozes = Ludo Dierckxsens :wink:

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frederique
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by frederique

MisterNoChain wrote:Moozes = Ludo Dierckxsens :wink:


Correct :) !
Thanks btw
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Timo
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by Timo

nifrodne wrote:Moozes = 0 Research just Chinese/Taiwanese crap with paint

It looks like a solid build, the "crap" comment seems a bit harsh, especially from someone who introduced himself in this forum with a Massini.
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nifrodne
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by nifrodne

Believe me, if you would know the percentage of broken frames....
It's even worse then Zanatta

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frederique
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by frederique

Timo wrote:
nifrodne wrote:Moozes = 0 Research just Chinese/Taiwanese crap with paint

It looks like a solid build, the "crap" comment seems a bit harsh, especially from someone who introduced himself in this forum with a Massini.



Thanks ! I'm loving it so far.
Pure energy, Perfect power !

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by EKIMIKE

Fork looks heavy! Nicely co-ordinated build though.

nifrodne wrote:Moozes = 0 Research just Chinese/Taiwanese crap with paint


Ok, so only European or North American people can do research? :noidea:

How do you suppose those un-informed 'Chinese/Taiwanese' people got so far as to knock one of these out of a mould and sell it to a European company?

You could have raised the point of quality/high failure rate without making a completely idiotic statement... Just sayin'.

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frederique
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by frederique

EKIMIKE wrote:Fork looks heavy! Nicely co-ordinated build though.

nifrodne wrote:Moozes = 0 Research just Chinese/Taiwanese crap with paint


Ok, so only European or North American people can do research? :noidea:

How do you suppose those un-informed 'Chinese/Taiwanese' people got so far as to knock one of these out of a mould and sell it to a European company?

You could have raised the point of quality/high failure rate without making a completely idiotic statement... Just sayin'.


Thank you EKIMIKE !
Totally agree with your comment.
Pure energy, Perfect power !

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frederique
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by frederique

Quick update with the new wheels and tubes.
You love it or you hate it, but i'm deff loving the tan walls on the tubes.

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Greetz
Pure energy, Perfect power !

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by majklnajt

Wow, I love it man!!!!
Those tan tubs really are icing on the cake! They put style on the bike! :thumbup:

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frederique
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by frederique

majklnajt wrote:Wow, I love it man!!!!
Those tan tubs really are icing on the cake! They put style on the bike! :thumbup:


Cheers man, exactly what i was aiming for ;) !
Pure energy, Perfect power !

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by michel2

Play nice folks, if u got nothing positive to say than at least be well mannered.
Other than that i could care where ludo gets his bikes from ,ludo was such an awesome ridder it must be an awesome bike !!(;

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mfcycling
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by mfcycling

The tan sidewalls complement the bike well

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