The Wilier Cento10Air Ramato

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glepore
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by glepore

Beautiful finish. Interested in your ride impressions once built. I have a Cento Uno Air and am on the fence about one of these...
Cysco Ti custom Campy SR mechanical (6.9);Cannondale SS Evo Di2 7970 (5.79); Willier Cento Uno Air Di2 9070 (7.0); C40 Mk2 DA 7800 ; Anvil Custom steel Etap;1996 Colnago Technos Record

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by rekhyt

You're like a gift that keeps on giving.

Bely
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by Bely

MatchY MatchY with the Ramato

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Bely
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1st week into 2018 be like...


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by Kayrehn

Bely, that's too much porn for a day. We can't take it...

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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Noticed your Pinnarelo and this bike on SRAM, but all your other bikes on Campy. Why the switch? Just curious.

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bura
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by bura

Sir Mixalot,
Please try to stay out of mainstream with the parts. If Sram and ee brakes have a place on this bike then you should go with full Ti hubs ,here
http://positivo-espresso.blogspot.com.t ... atari.html
and may be this saddle ,here (which is available also in a dark brown leather covered called the BPeople Unica Vintage)
https://www.bikerumor.com/wp-content/up ... ddle01.jpg

Others might disagree.
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Seedster
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by Seedster

^^^^ Gokiso hubs are beautiful. Thanks for the link. Love learning about their dedication to precision. They seem to be a better value than Enve carbon hubs.

Bely really a good eye for bikes. Look forward to seeing the finished product even though he went with SRAM :D

Bely
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by Bely

dgasmd wrote:Noticed your Pinnarelo and this bike on SRAM, but all your other bikes on Campy. Why the switch? Just curious.
So for most of the bikes i like to run Campy SR11 Mechnical

Only exception was the Mosaic which runs Campy EPS V3 - kind of hit and miss...Mosaic was a HIT! Festka a MISS

I wanted to try the SRAM etap & was pleasantly surprised (I didn’t like the 1st Gen Sram Reds) and decided to run the etap on later builds FACTOR (sold), Madone (came with it), F10 (sold), Festka & Wilier.

Reasons and mindset behind each groupset decision
1) speedvagen - at that point I just liked the mech SR11
2) Argonaut - lightest groupset
3) pegoretti - keep it “classic” with a little modern twist
4) Cherubim - Dura Ace Mech “Japanese”
5) mosaic - EPS v3 hated the clutter of wires but liked the shifting - hence the shift to ETAP


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Speedvagen | Argonaut 2.0 | Cherubim (S) | Mosaic RT-1 | Festka Scalatore | Pegoretti Responsorium Ciavete | Wilier Cento10Air Ramato | Trek Madone 9

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by liam7020

Did you manage to get weights for frame and forks? Ta
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Bely
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by Bely

liam7020 wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:57 am
Did you manage to get weights for frame and forks? Ta
I know mortal sin over here on this forum...but i am afraid I didn't! and i am sorry, will get the weight of the bike built up though...
The Harem
Speedvagen | Argonaut 2.0 | Cherubim (S) | Mosaic RT-1 | Festka Scalatore | Pegoretti Responsorium Ciavete | Wilier Cento10Air Ramato | Trek Madone 9

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Ex's:
Factor | Field | Baum | Stinner | F10

Chans1ee
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by Chans1ee

Nice frame. I like that metalic painting of that frameset.
I has a plan that repainting my frameset-dogma651-after 2018 season, concept of blue-metalic custom like viviani's maat 60.1

mike
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by mike

wow, seems like a new bike every few weeks!!!! you are going to have to open a bike shop at this rate. :D

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jimaizumi
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by jimaizumi

Bely wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:16 am
liam7020 wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:57 am
Did you manage to get weights for frame and forks? Ta
I know mortal sin over here on this forum...but i am afraid I didn't! and i am sorry, will get the weight of the bike built up though...
I'll be the kind shoulder for Bely to lean on and chime in here.. :lol:

Frame (M): 1130
Fork (uncut): 362
Seatpost: 206
Alabarda (42 x 100) 381
Accessories: 287 (headset bearings, expander, two types of topcaps + 4 spacers, Albarda and Seatpost wedge clamp)

Definitely not the lightest granted the Trek Madone XXX Aero stem/bar is 290..
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:D THE PRESENT: 2016 Colnago C60 ST01, 2017 Wilier Cento 10 Ramato

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Bely
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by Bely

jimaizumi wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:06 am
Bely wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:16 am
liam7020 wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2018 9:57 am
Did you manage to get weights for frame and forks? Ta
I know mortal sin over here on this forum...but i am afraid I didn't! and i am sorry, will get the weight of the bike built up though...
I'll be the kind shoulder for Bely to lean on and chime in here.. :lol:

Frame (M): 1130
Fork (uncut): 362
Seatpost: 206
Alabarda (42 x 100) 381
Accessories: 287 (headset bearings, expander, two types of topcaps + 4 spacers, Albarda and Seatpost wedge clamp)

Definitely not the lightest granted the Trek Madone XXX Aero stem/bar is 290..
Thanks mate!! yeah definitely paint swirls at the seatpost clamp area....pretty disappointing...
The Harem
Speedvagen | Argonaut 2.0 | Cherubim (S) | Mosaic RT-1 | Festka Scalatore | Pegoretti Responsorium Ciavete | Wilier Cento10Air Ramato | Trek Madone 9

Incoming
English | Field

Ex's:
Factor | Field | Baum | Stinner | F10

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