my outgoing tcr

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carbon gimp
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by carbon gimp

my 14 and a half tcr is too small and is soon to be a storck 0.9
Picture coming soon

http://img99.imageshack.us/my.php?image ... 0176re.jpg

by Weenie


Skillgannon
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by Skillgannon

Can see why you think its a bit to small, a shame really because thats still one nice bike. Are you going to be migrating parts to the new stork?

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col hicks
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by col hicks

:Dthe storck0.9 what a good choice :thumbup:

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Hyde
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by Hyde

Looks like you've got a nice ride! I was checking out the Storck site last night, nice looking bikes!

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Luc
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by Luc

Sweet TCR, anyway !!

:wink:
Pollice verso.

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Balenaar
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by Balenaar

Your bike isn't to small !
Keep it, it's awesome :shock:

Watch this: http://users.pandora.be/epodriver/fotos ... mage2.html

The bike of a U23 rider I know, he is very talented. His seatpost is also very heigh but that's nice with that frame :wink:
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carbon gimp
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by carbon gimp

thanks for the coments guys had problems with getting stork a cervelo r3 looks likely now fingers crossed

by Weenie


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