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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 7:20 am 
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cadence90 wrote:
No. They are equal. And equally appreciated by the folks here, obviously.
The care you have taken in both endeavors is impressive.


Thanks Cadence90, Thats very kind and those words mean a lot to me :thanx:


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Here´s my track bike...I use it also for road with D-A front brake
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It seems like you have 2 chainring up front :?


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Noup...it´s just look like it. That´s Campy Record track crankset...

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This is my old Vortex 7.45kg , now on CR1: 5.9kg !


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A mix of Campy Record (hubs, seatpost), Chorus (cranks, bb, headset), Centaur (ergo), and Veloce (derailleurs and brakes). Selle Italia SLR saddle, Speedplay Zero Chromo pedals, classic Cinelli bar and stem. Polar power sensor. Heavy at 20.2 lbs (w/ Silca Pista pump)!! Great all-weather bike for training. See my WW bike at:

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... hp?t=14465


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Here is my Soul Corpus SL...


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shamus, what's the bar on your track bike?itm?


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It´s ITM but dont remember model now...bike is in the warehouse...have to look...

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This baby was sitting quietly in a corner of my LBS for years but I'm gone restore it. It's an 1992 Merlin (don't know the exact model) which used to be Steven Rooks' his spare bike camouflaged as a Rossin in Festina colors. Weights 1260 grams, which isn't bad for a 58 cm titanium frame with classic geometry.

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Hi, its an MTB, but it still counts coz its Ti. My DEAN Custom in its first guise:

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Just finished my new build, introducing “Bethany” 18.2 lbs:

Custom Strong Frame 3/2.5 Ancotech Titanium
Reynolds Ouzo Pro Peloton fork
Chris King headset
Shimano Dura Ace
Deda Newton stem/handlebar
Syncros carbon post
Selle Italia Prolink Gelflo lite
Elite Ciussi stainless steel cages
Vittoria Open Corsa CX
Continental tubes
Flight Deck
Polar M91 Ti
DT Swiss 240 hubs w/24 hole
Mavic CXP 30 rims
DT Aerolite spokes
DT Prolock nipples
Mavic composite skewers
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Finally got the darn thing finished! LBS was a bit slooow in getting a few common parts :?

It's an 05 Ghisallo (L), with nothing fancy really. Easton SLX fork, King h'set, DA10 drivetrain & controls, Thomson X2 stem (bit overkill perhaps, but nice), FSA RD200 bars, Ritchey WCS seatpin, Spesh Toupe saddle, Ksyrium SSC's (in their 3rd season now & still straight as you like without being trued)

Had first race on this last weekend, & have to say I was impressed. Considering the amount of talk about flex, I didn't notice any undue flex at all. Could be a lot lighter if I tried, but I'm happy for now. Got offer of a very good deal on some Stratus DV's if I can twist my own arm...

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That's a sweet ride lord brush!

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That's a sweet ride lord brush!


Cheers.

Only thing I'm not overly impressed with is that naff glossy finish of the WCS post which scratched when I threw my kit bag on the back seat of the car (where the bike was sitting). Hum-ho...... :roll:


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