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thatdkid
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by thatdkid

Here is the my bike....

http://beyonddork.blogspot.com/2012/05/my-new-bike.html

I am in the process of switch over to a complete Campy Record group....

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Malik
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by Malik

Nice bike!
Steel is real... especially custom steel frame ;-)

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spOOn1965
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by spOOn1965

Congratz !
A very special bike. -Light, Pretty and Strong.... So easy !
Happy riding.
-Will Race for food..

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thatdkid
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I can't wait to put to put a full campy group on it!

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thatdkid
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Kelson Custom
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DaleRider
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by DaleRider

Great write up on a cool bike. I love custom steel builds.

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Stealthly and yet a very classic look. Congratulations on such a stunning as I'm sure well performing bike. I really do love it!
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

Crashtest
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by Crashtest

Very pretty bike, and great choice to not use a grotesque DA/Ultegra crankset.

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thatdkid
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Crashtest wrote:Very pretty bike, and great choice to not use a grotesque DA/Ultegra crankset.



I had to keep the lines of the bike clean. I couldn't do it with any of the Shimano Crank Sets.



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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

First off: Congrats on going back and finishing school, that's excellent. Secondly, I think you made great choices in re-building the bike. Ultegra 6800 is fantastic, and the Belgium+ wheelset sounds like it will be perfect for the riding out there, albeit having less "bling" factor than the 3.4's.

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record freak
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by record freak

Which tyres on that beautifull Kelson?

Dirty32
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by Dirty32

thatdkid wrote:I had to keep the lines of the bike clean. I couldn't do it with any of the Shimano Crank Sets.


You were saying...?!

No, I'm playing. It's a lovely looking bike.
Well done!

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thatdkid
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record freak wrote:Which tyres on that beautifull Kelson?


Clement Strada LGG 25 Black and Tan. Bought them last summer for the look, didn't expect much. I have already put 600 miles on them with no issues.

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