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kaioken
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by kaioken

Here is my TT bike for Ironman, racing. I upgraded to a Specialized sitero saddle, upgraded to a the 0 degree stem, I just swapped out the Profile design Svet base bars to 3T Breeza II LTD's I purchased the 30mm riser kit, I may need to order the 60mm. I also replaced the crank with a Quarq/Sram red 170mm crank. As well as the TriRig Omega front brake.

I plan on replacing all of the cockpit hardware with Titanium bolts. The stem will be getting painted.

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BWO
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by BWO

Very nice!!

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by JasperGr

You can't blame the bike, you did a good job with the build up! Good luck!


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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Do you have back or flexibility issues? Your drop is not very low and I do understand for longer distances you do need to be a little more upright. A beautiful bike for sure.
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kaioken
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by kaioken

Juanmoretime wrote:Do you have back or flexibility issues? Your drop is not very low and I do understand for longer distances you do need to be a little more upright. A beautiful bike for sure.


No back issues at all, I am able to rotate at my hips. But riding for that long and that low. Would make it difficult to run. I will be interested in seeing how it looks after having it refitted.

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