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CE750
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Johnson wrote:Thanks man those things are sweet! By the way nice bike, I love those welds.


thanks., I'll prolly edit those pics soon and put new ones up since I've just sold the Mavics and ordered a set of custom IndustryNine's.. I think they're more in line with the bike than the Mavics (which aren't bad, but not as good as the I9's)..
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Adri
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Nice Moots, CE750.. love the webpage with all your toys 8)
Do you like that WTB saddle?
Nice touch the King Ti..
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CE750
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Adri wrote:Nice Moots, CE750.. love the webpage with all your toys 8)


You mean the "model" trains? :D


Do you like that WTB saddle?


I really do, it's a bit wider in the rear and that's 100% more comfortable for me than the other narrow saddles. I highly recommend the Deva titanium.

Nice touch the King Ti..


Thanks, but you'd be surprised how many people will be critical of you going Ti on the headset.. especially on a Ti frame... In my opinion most of them are just "Haters" but there is a small group who think that Ti will weld to itself if used in such a way... they don't understand that this is why God made Ti-Prep! 8)
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yeah, the model trains, but the car and the bikes also qualify as toys.. for us big boys :D
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Finally some pics of the bike in racing outfit. Wheels are costum made out of AC CR420 rims, AC micro front hub, Soul Kozak rear hub, 2x24 DT Aerolite spokes, AC ti QRs. Veloflex Corsa front, Black rear. Latex tubes of course :)

They come in @ 1380gr and they ride great. Definitely more aero than my previous wheels and stiff enough when hammering up the short steep hills over here.

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Soul Kozak rear;
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AC Micro front, decal-less Mavic SSC brakes.
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It will probably weigh a shade over 7kgs like this, have to weigh it soon...

jerry.liu
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My MTB :idea: weight is 8.73kg / 9.2kg

(8.73kg :use Amclassic mtb350 wheels)
(9.2kg :use Alex mtb wheels)
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@ CE750 Nice bike, but you already knew that :lol:
Have to say you got good taste when it comes to choosing you model train brand :wink: that collection must have cost you a fortune. sorry for the bit offtopic just had to say that, am a big Marklin fan myself

@jerry.liu, nice original bike what is that a Peugeot Ti? or ??

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CE750
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sniperworks wrote:@ CE750 Nice bike, but you already knew that :lol:
Have to say you got good taste when it comes to choosing you model train brand :wink: that collection must have cost you a fortune. sorry for the bit offtopic just had to say that, am a big Marklin fan myself


Thanks sniper.. Funny enough my Marklin dealer here in the US is one of your fellow Dutchman! :D But my prized posessions are the MicroMetakit hand made German brass and silver models..

Love the bike, but I was shattered to find out it's not a real "Weight Weenie" bike at 12.5Kilo! :cry:
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konglong
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tcr wrote:
konglong wrote:Current weight 6.58kg. Gonna bring it down to 6kg.


Great bike but I'm curious how you are going to get it down to 6kg... I can't really see this as possible with the current frame/fork? or is this what you are planning to change?


Hi tcr,

I've done it. 6kg flat.

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Fooky
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Hi Guys, I aint no WW, not much point seen as I am 15 stone at the moment! :roll:

Here I am racing (suffering!!!) in the Yorkshire RC Hilly 10 on My DA10 equipped, Columbus Zona custom built Bob Jackson with Columbus Carve forks.
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Fooky in hilly 10 mode!

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Fooky wrote:Hi Guys, I aint no WW, not much point seen as I am 15 stone at the moment! :roll:


i love that, "15 stone".. I wonder how many fellow Americans would know what that means.. That's what I love about the "old world" .. The old language and such.. I mean they even still use terms like "fortnite" and such..

anyway, I digress..
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Achilles
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Giant Anthem: 10,88kg ~ 24 lb
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Tim
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fat scandium 8,15kg excl pedals (weight on scale, eggbeaters is comming)
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Gène
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by Gène

Hey Tim, what's up with your cranks? Did you polished it? It's looking "Fat" (cool).

grtz
Gène

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