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Bridgeman
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by Bridgeman

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More pictures to come.

Sorry, it is fully built, except the water bottle cage.

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TonyM
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by TonyM

Nice!
A few questions:
Which size?
Which stem/ handlebar?
Which wheels?

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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

Look to be Bontrager Aeolus.

Bridgeman
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Thanks! So sorry about the bad photo. More to come!

Size 56cm, which is absolute perfection for me.
Stem is an old Ritchey 110, just to confirm fit. Maybe an Enve soon. Something nice for sure.
Handlebar is Easton EC90.
Wheels are Aeolus 5 tubular for now.

Also wanted to mention that eebrakes are a resounding positive for me. I'm 84gk and they stop as good as Dura Ace 9150 or any of my Campy brakes. I would also say the modulation is impeccable. Could not be more pleased with them.

PinaF8
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by PinaF8

I have a feeling that you’ll be replacing your saddle after a few long rides. Heheheh
S-WORKS VENGE 1ST GEN
PINARELLO F8
PINARELLO F10
2018 BMC SLR01

PinaF8
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by PinaF8

Strange that I see those made in Italy stickers only on us based bikes. My Italian Pinarello shop here in Italy doesn’t have that sticker on any of their f10’s.
S-WORKS VENGE 1ST GEN
PINARELLO F8
PINARELLO F10
2018 BMC SLR01

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themidge
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by themidge

PinaF8 wrote:
Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:47 am
I have a feeling that you’ll be replacing your saddle after a few long rides. Heheheh
Perhaps you would, but I've found SLR Flows to be the most comfortable saddles I've ever ridden.
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Cannondale Supersix 2008 (weight: tbc)
B'twin Triban 540 (weight: :oops: )
Vitus "Benotto" 979 (weight: :? )

gurk700
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by gurk700

Saddle comfort has little to do with padding I found. I've been on SLR Techno flow for 3 years. Did several centuries and 5+ hour rides on it. Feels perfect.
Got a c-59 for my other bike. same shape with zero padding. Feels just the same. Not that Techno flow has much padding to begin with :P

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Meccanica
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by Meccanica

Bridgeman wrote:
Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:18 am
Thanks! So sorry about the bad photo. More to come!

Size 56cm, which is absolute perfection for me.
Stem is an old Ritchey 110, just to confirm fit. Maybe an Enve soon. Something nice for sure.
Handlebar is Easton EC90.
Wheels are Aeolus 5 tubular for now.

Also wanted to mention that eebrakes are a resounding positive for me. I'm 84gk and they stop as good as Dura Ace 9150 or any of my Campy brakes. I would also say the modulation is impeccable. Could not be more pleased with them.
Knew you would love the eebrakes :) Looks great man!!!

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Meccanica
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by Meccanica

Very nice!




coolman2001
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by coolman2001

Good looking, one of my favorite.

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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

Where did you put the junction box for the EPS V3? Nice build, and personally, I think it looks so nice with Campy, but that is personal opinion and a choice for sure.

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