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i'll trade you my soul to use that once... :wink:


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Just a suggestion Tillquist but how about an aero front caliper such as a dia-compe aero? The new campag ones are nice but I doubt they will be very aero due to size etc.


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oh my god!!! oh my god!!! that is the best looking bike ive seen for a very long time!! looks like its going 100mph standing still !


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Stunning ... just put ur logo with a sticker on the front of the frame.... !!! i am drooling now ....

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I'm not a Trek fan generally but I'd ride that!


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from the moment you take this bike out of the car at a race, you've already beaten all the other riders(maybe not the blind ones :lol: ).
i'm really impressed, thought my new one looked cool, but no chance at all against yours!


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That's a very nice TT-rig!

køt! :P

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I'm not a Trek fan generally but I'd ride that!


Agree, one of the nicests Treks I have seen!

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Till,

There is a clear bartape from Bontrager that would allow you to get some coverage and maintain the look.

Really nice.


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Till,

There is a clear bartape from Bontrager that would allow you to get some coverage and maintain the look.

Really nice.


No... :) i prefer the walser with out a bar tape ... anyway with or with out the bike looks amazing :P

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Great looking bike, and it looks FAST!!!!

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For super clean grip on a TT bar I like to use very thin strips of Skate Board grip tape.

This is available in multipl colours, including Black, Red and Clear

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Cyco wrote:
For super clean grip on a TT bar I like to use very thin strips of Skate Board grip tape.

This is available in multipl colours, including Black, Red and Clear


Yes, maybe I will tray that. Thanks

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Cyco wrote:
For super clean grip on a TT bar I like to use very thin strips of Skate Board grip tape.

This is available in multipl colours, including Black, Red and Clear


That is a great idea! :thumbup:

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Are the front brake pads adjusted too low on the rims ?


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Are the front brake pads adjusted too low on the rims ?


Morten @ oplever du, når du bremser med forhjulet, også en "pumpende" oplevelse, altså ikke en konstant bremsen som med Bora og andre ordentlige hjul?
sådan gør mit forhjul, og det irritere mig grænseløst da det er pisse svært at bremse med sådan et hjul(bremse (og jeg foretrækker generelt at bremse senere men hårdere på en TT)

p.s. bruger Zipp 808 hjul, Record skeleton bremser og Zipp bremseklodser
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