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SIDE SHOT!!!!!!!!!!!! :shock: :lol:
so far...king fast
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Easton disc wheel?

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Looks good frow the front, but like Jiggy Boy said, we need a side shot.

What saddle is that?

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The d/a cranks will replaced with my zippz

The saddle is some crazy Fizik

The front wheel and disc DO have Easton stickers, front hub is velomax, but disc is clearly non-dimpled zipp stock-er.
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Zipp (or Blackwell research) wheels with Easton stickers?
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If you could, would you take some more pictures of the aerobars. I am thinking of getting a pair and would like to see some pictures before ordering them.

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Was that a Toyota-United bike?

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This is in fact a T-U bike, they were selling them at veloswap in denver. The wheels are zipps, dimpled, with huge Euro/80's stickers which I happen to adore, it looks like an F-1 car.
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I agree the huge stickers look awsome!

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Well those Easton graphics on the Zipp products does look nice. Seeing as I have to get new decals for my Easton Tempest II clinchers and tubulars to match the colors of the new TCR Advanced ISP framset (carbon/white/blue), might as well rebadge the Zipp 999 TT wheelset as well. 8)
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Nice bike. How many miles/km's has this bike and wheels been ridden? Probalbynot nearly as much as their road bikes.

First I wondered if it was the angle which the first picture was shot from that made the Easton front rim and stickers look much deeper than the Tempest II/Zipp 404, but then I realised it must be a rebadged wheel and the Easton disc wheel just confirmed that since Easton doesn't make disc wheels. So it must b a Zipp 808 front wheel it looks way to deep to be a 404.


Will Toyota-United not ride Easton TT-bikes in 2007? Maybe Easton has also made a TT-bike for them for 2007?
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ms6073 wrote:Well those Easton graphics on the Zipp products does look nice. Seeing as I have to get new decals for my Easton Tempest II clinchers and tubulars to match the colors of the new TCR Advanced ISP framset (carbon/white/blue), might as well rebadge the Zipp 999 TT wheelset as well. 8)


Be sure to post pics of that!! :D

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The story goes something like this...long ago in early 2006 the T-U team had a sick fleet of new gear but no TT bikes. The owner of the team bought a fleet of P3c (no CSC badges on em, cool) and the team used them throughout the season. T-U is not selling some of the p3c to the public, and the rest later when the new Easton TT bikes arrive.

The front wheel is an 808 rim with a velomax hub.
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