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That Ghisallo is awesome!! I want one, hmmmm.... Where am I going to find there spare AUD$5,000 for the frame? Hmmm, that's a small problem. Anyone seen any pre-release pics of the 770gm Ghisallo??

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luc...ur giant is certainly one of the nicest bikes i've ever seen!!!


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Sleg8 wrote:
That Ghisallo is awesome!! I want one, hmmmm.... Where am I going to find there spare AUD$5,000 for the frame? Hmmm, that's a small problem. Anyone seen any pre-release pics of the 770gm Ghisallo??


thank you.... I love looking at it too. I am a big fan of functional art, my looong term plan (40 years) is to hang it in my study (while I sit in my carbon/ti wheelchair :wink: )

George


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I ride a cannondale Caad 5 with Ksyriums and full 9spd ultegra except 105 shifters and rear derailleur (not a ww bike but i like it, and it is nice and stiff)

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TunedCannondaleR700 wrote:
I ride a cannondale Caad 5 with Ksyriums and full 9spd ultegra except 105 shifters and rear derailleur (not a ww bike but i like it, and it is nice and stiff)


A SuperBlack one???


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Final version. Changed to a Dogma Stem

Details on the build @

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6388&start=75


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I' am riding a 2005 Giant TCR with mixed Ultegra/Dura-ace 9 speed. Within a few weeks I will switch to a Campa Chorus groupset with black Record brake calipers.


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Marnix wrote:
... I will switch to a Campa Chorus groupset with black Record brake calipers...


Nice :D


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you know what I'm gonna say......weights !!!

Sweet lil' Giant !

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Customed paintjob done by the people in the Belgium factory.Only limited to one such bike.My exotic bike.Yummylicious! :lol:


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Thought you guys might like to see my fleet of Hologram equipped Cannondales.What do you think?


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@ CAADHEAD

why have your saddle's tip pointing upwards

would a flat saddle not be more comfortable?

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why have your saddle's tip pointing upwards

would a flat saddle not be more comfortable?


They generally feel better.Pointing upwards cause i always feel as thought i'm slipping forward....


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I generally set the saddles with the tip of the nose level with the tip of the rear,I find that most comfortable,I think the photo's give a slight false impression.

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:D what size is that ghisallo it looks very small the seatpost is huge and the spacers ive never seen as many


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