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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 6:41 pm 
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Great looking bike, I really like the color scheme.

What fork is that?


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Just built this one last week. Definitely not a true weight-weenie bike, but fine for training. I liked the Kona frame, but I just had to have it with Campagnolo components so I ended up buying the frame and building the bike myself.



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In reference to Mr. Moots rig:

Where do you find Kocmo forks? Is there a website or tele #? Any info would be appreciated. And, do they make only 700c forks?

Thanks.


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@chr: very nice bike. I like the frame a lot.


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 Post subject: My 'Dreamteam'....
PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 9:28 pm 
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One for 'onroad' and one for 'offroad'... but not real ww's


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All I can say is...wow. Those are some crazy bikes. explain to me how you run discs with Mark Vs?

You know what that moots needs? Some Campy carbon brake levers!


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 Post subject: Soma cross bike
PostPosted: Sun Jul 30, 2006 1:53 am 
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Heres my (48x54 = 4 lbs) Soma 631 crosser. WCS: bar, stem, HS, fork, compact crankset, tires. American Classic hubs/Revo spokes/Aerohead rims, 8 speed Ultegra shifter/der, Tri Align brakes, Ultimate Ti post, SLR saddle. This month it gets KMC SL chain, Dura Ace BB and 3 or 4 x Ti Eggbeaters. Weighs 18.4 now, under 18 after upgrades. Rides awesome.


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@crossed: I would say the frame is at least one size to small.

anyway, enjoy it


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Its a little small but with the 110mm stem and offset post it fits great, the sloping top tube makes it look even smaller.


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 Post subject: Re: My 'Dreamteam'....
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jörgl wrote:
One for 'onroad' and one for 'offroad'... but not real ww's


Who makes the fork on the Moots?
That thing is gorgeous, and I need to find a fork for a bike I'm building... Ti unicrown disc, but 26"... let me know! Thanks!


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 04, 2006 6:43 am 
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Donkekus wrote:
jörgl wrote:
One for 'onroad' and one for 'offroad'... but not real ww's


Who makes the fork on the Moots?
That thing is gorgeous, and I need to find a fork for a bike I'm building... Ti unicrown disc, but 26"... let me know! Thanks!


This fork is from the german bikebuilder KOCMO.
www.kocmo.de


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Here is a "stock" photo of mine. The only real change I would make would be that I would race on Cane Creek Aros 33's.
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Here's my new cross rig with training wheels.

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Note: smaller size pic!


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here's mine setup for 06-07...

this year I moved the PC back to the front bars (in the past it was behind/under the seatpost/saddle).

I went to only one on the top brake lever (for braking coming into barriers)

added nokons, matched the slr on all my other bikes and am still waiting for the team order ritchey carbon bar, post and 4axis stem.

the rest is my 96 record 8sp kit (with two other sets of wheels):

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