Nashbar Carbon frameset, Udi2, carbon clinchers, NOW W/PICS!

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LouisN
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by LouisN

How does your wife like the SLR Lady compared to the old "padded" saddle ? Do you have a weight for it ?

And seems like you have another avid cyclist coming in a few years...might need another garage to stack all these bikes :thumbup:

Louis :)


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xnavalav8r
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by xnavalav8r

My wife is very pleased with the SLR Lady saddle. The old "squishy" saddle was purchased when she first began riding an older mtn bike. Her new mtn bike has a Specialized women's saddle which she likes. But the SLR is much better suited for the road bike.

xnavalav8r
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by xnavalav8r

From trailer to this...
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and then

to this...
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laxer29
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by laxer29

Pretty cool looking frame, back of the bike reminds me of the older Trek Madone's like the '05 5.2 OCLV.

totoboa
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by totoboa

What size frame is it ?

great build, pics, family !!!!

How has the frame held up ?? Any more comments on it ?? - thanks -

xnavalav8r
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by xnavalav8r

The frame is a 52cm. It is all holding up fine. My wife didn't ride it much over the winter. She was mostly on her mountain bike due to the wet weather and slick roads. But she is really pleased with the bike and is looking forward to upping her miles now that the weather is good.

mattyNor
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by mattyNor

Where did you get purple hardware for the rear derailleur, I want (read as need) that!!!!!!

Amazinmets73
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by Amazinmets73

Hi there, congrats on the great build! I'm thinking about picking up a Nashbar carbon cyclocross frame and using it as a daily rider. What did your wife think about the comfort of this frame? Also, is it paintable?

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