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 Post subject: Bianchi 928 Carbon L
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2005 11:22 am 
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Why did you choose for the DA 9 speed instead of 10 speed. Did you get it from your old bike?
Fortunately the wheelset will go :wink:
I don't think it's a real weigt weenie rigth now, nice bike


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divve wrote:
Remind me which one wins the most sprints.
Boonen, Petacchi etc would win on DA10, DA9 or Record. Boonen even favours good old alloy! At that level the only things that matter are bike reliability and rider fitness/ability.


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uhm, "What do you ride?" Keep it on topic guys. :wink:

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 Post subject: My new Revolution
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Just finished building this Principia Revolution. It's a size 53 and parts have been carefully chosen to my liking. I'm actually considering an Fizik Arione, some Elite Ciussi bottlecages (any input for a lightweight strong bottlecage that will accept standard bottles appreciated, also I'm looking for the real weight of the standard Elite Ciussi. The steel version is 50 grams, but the alu version is missing from the listings. :( ) and Crank Brothers Quattro 4Ti. That will bring it close to 6,8 kilo's. Right now it's around 6,5 kilo's.

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Still need to cut seatpost and steerer, that'll have to wait until I have position just right.

Build list: http://www.korczak.dk/bikes/principiabuild.htm

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Here is my bike again. Now with Nokon cables and Cosmics :D.
Maybe I'm gonna remove the yellow stickers and put white ones on it.

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stoeperd...will u custom-make the white stickers, or is there a place where u can get them?


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Knut, love the principia.


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Lokkie wrote:
My new Bike. A Bianchi 928 Carbon L.


Nice ride


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 Post subject: Here are my two
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1. Parlee Z1 - Record, Campy Eurus (non carbon). Never weighed it but it's definately lighter with the Speeddreams.

2. Colnago Dream - Campy Chorus, SpeedDream wheels with tune hubs). Doesn't qualify as a weight weenie but rides nicely.


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nice bikes :no1:
love the Parlee :oops:


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Stoeperd wrote:
Here is my bike again. Now with Nokon cables and Cosmics :D.
Maybe I'm gonna remove the yellow stickers and put white ones on it.

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Looks like an Orbea Vitesse.
From where Addict come from?


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Hey you got it!!! It''s from Holland from my LBS, he has a own spout cabine and makes everything what you want.

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The question should be where are Orbea frames made.
Most bike products can sourced before being labled if you have contacts in the industry.


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@ willy: I can get them by somebody. Why you ask that?

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 Post subject: Re: Here are my two
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wooly wrote:
1. Parlee Z1 - Record, Campy Eurus (non carbon). Never weighed it but it's definately lighter with the Speeddreams.

2. Colnago Dream - Campy Chorus, SpeedDream wheels with tune hubs). Doesn't qualify as a weight weenie but rides nicely.


Nice bike, the Parlee!


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