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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 9:57 pm 
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Man I thing u have to many bikes :twisted: !

Let us know when u get your TT bike!!!


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Any more updates on what the cycling center will be riding this year Casran?
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Sorry, why the need for such expensive kit on a kids bike?


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Duffer wrote:
Sorry, why the need for such expensive kit on a kids bike?



Thanks for calling me a kid; I'm 25 years of age. :wink:

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Duffer wrote:
Sorry, why the need for such expensive kit on a kids bike?



Thanks for calling me a kid; I'm 25 years of age. :wink:


Haha, I got told you were on a youth team for a large trade team thats all :lol:


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Better pics can be found here: http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=24934&start=60


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Complete weight: 8,30kg. I know... not a weight weenie, so I'll start building up a light TT, ok? :D

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C a s r a n wrote:
Better pics can be found here:


Still looks like a big kids bike :twisted:


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LJ wrote:
C a s r a n wrote:
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Still looks like a big kids bike :twisted:



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Great bike Casran. Oval Concept parts are soo sweet! It deserves a lenticular rear wheel in my view.
What about Conti's Tempo tubulars? Do you think they would be suitable for everyday training and road races?
Thank you.
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Great bike Casran. Oval Concept parts are soo sweet! It deserves a lenticular rear wheel in my view.
What about Conti's Tempo tubulars? Do you think they would be suitable for everyday training and road races?
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Thanks.

On those Bora wheels I mounted Conti Tempo tubulars. :wink: It's not recommended for training and road races though; see comments in my earlier thread about those tubs: http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=17203

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I took a picture how the Blade is supposed to be: with Xentis wheels!! 8)

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frame: Litespeed Blade
fork: Oval Concepts JetStream A900 Time Trial
headset: Campagnolo Record 2001 integrated
aerobar: Oval Concepts A900 Stock with A900 Single extensions
brakes levers: included in Oval Concepts A900 aerobars
stem: Oval Concepts A700 26.0mm x 73°
shifters: Campagnolo Record 10sp bar end shifters
brakes: Oval Concepts Aero A700 front & rear
seatpost: Look Ergopost 2
saddle: Fi'zi:k Arione Wing Flex
crankset: FSA SRM 175mm > will be changed
bottom bracket: FSA Mega-Exo Ceramic
pedals: none > Time RXS Carbon
bottle cage: Elite Patao carbon
front derailleur: Campagnolo Record
rear derailleur: Campagnolo Record
cables: Campagnolo
wheelset: Xentis Mark 1 High Modulus
tubulars: Continental Competition 22
skewers: Tune AC16 + 17 blue
cassette: Campagnolo Record

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:thumbup: maybe disk in the near future :?: :?:


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:thumbup: maybe disk in the near future :?: :?:



Most probably not. A flat disc won't make me faster than the Xentis Mark 1 TT wheels that are coming. :wink:

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Duffer wrote:
Sorry, why the need for such expensive kit on a kids bike?


What gave you the impression that he was a kid? :lol:

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Duffer wrote:
Sorry, why the need for such expensive kit on a kids bike?


Why should "kids" not have expensive equipment?


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