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asphaltdude
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by asphaltdude

StefanR wrote:hello forum,

looking for the new Master X Light in Molteni colours I found a master x light here in the forum, over google..

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That's a C40, not a Master.
Whow! That's a pretty damn nice garage door!

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Krull
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by Krull

slyboots wrote:
M.Chauchat wrote:hello,
here is my isaac sonic 07. ca 6,2 kg. (saddle fits perfectly like that!)

Nice! But it will look even better if you fix the bartape job. ;)


Thank you!! the bartape job (consequence of a little accident) has to be done urgently, i know.
i beg your pardon for that sloppiness. :)
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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lung
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Joined: Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:54 pm
Location: Funky Town, USA

by lung

My 2nd bike... that was originally my 1st bike... (Also own a GURU Carbonio/Ti)

Acquired in 2002. Sold in 2005... reacquired in 2009... rebuilt and ready to ride! Pretty much done save a few little bits I wanna add. Rides as awesome as I remembered... and the SRAM stuff is great! Hope you like.

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Only planned upgrades now are a new fork, KCNC Skewers, a Ti seat post collar.

As a first time SRAM owner.... here's a quick Review:

I just built up this bike with the following:

Rear and Front Dérailleurs: Force (2010)
Brakes: Force
Shifters: Rival
Crankset: Rival

This is to me the best combination of performance, value, and great looks. The shifting is fantastic. The Force Dérailleurs are smooth and easy to dial in. The Rival shifters do a great job and the carbon levers are a nice touch. A big surprise was the Rival crankset. I had my heart set on Force or Red but when I saw the stiffness numbers on the Rival (one of the stiffest out there) I took the chance. Let me tell you that crankset is a steal for the money. Stiff as hell and looks great. With a KCNC scandium post and a Thomson stem... the black aluminum cranks on the Rival compliment the look great. I was skeptical of all the praise Rival gets on these boards... but the gang here is right on. Sram is awesome and Rival "rivals" anything out there at twice the price. Lastly, DoubleTap shifting makes more sense to me than both Shimano and Campy's versions. Just great stuff. Brakes also work great and were easy to dial in.
Via Dolorosa

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ferrarista
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by ferrarista

This is how my bike looks lately

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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

That's HOT :thumbup:
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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mrkenito
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Location: San Francisco, CA

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2009 Lynskey r330 Houseblend (small) w/etched logos
  • Dura-Ace 7800 Shifters/Derailleurs/Brakes
  • Dura-Ace 7803 Crankset (170mm) & Bottom Bracket
  • Dura-Ace Pedals PD-7810
  • Chris King NoThreadSet Headset (silver)
  • Easton EC90 SL carbon fork
  • Easton EA90 SL wheelset
  • Continental Grand Prix 4000s tires
  • Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon FX Arrowhead
  • 3T Doric carbon seatpost (280mm uncut)
  • Deda Zero100 stem (100mm)
  • Deda Supernatural handlebars (44cm)
  • Token Ultra-light carbon waterbottle cages
  • 16.8lbs (7620g)

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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

Locked, but not forgotten. Please give your bikes the topic they deserve. thanks
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

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