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Simply gorgeous, colour scheme is very nice and it looks awesome with LWs.

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Love it Temo :thumbup:


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That is seriously sexy

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Finally I see a bike that I could possibly ride (because of the larger size frame)! Is beautiful Timo. I really dig your ride.


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Pure bike p**n!

Where did you get that saddle btw?


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your ride with lightweights look so classic and beautiful. One of these days, I'll build something with conventional geometry.

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Thanks everybody!

Frenk: my LBS here in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, stocks all 2007 limiteds from Selle Italia and Selle San Marco. I've seen all models in another Amsterdam bike shop too.

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I'm thinking of switching the Powerarms for Claviculas or the new Powerarms but I'm not sure: it might sort of disturb the classic appearance of the bike. Advice is most welcome. What does the forum think?

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Me says don't change. I'm not sure of how the Clavicula's will look with the classic frame tubes. This crankset looks just right.


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thats beautifull..
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If you were to do either of them, personally, I'd go for the new PowerArms w/o the labels. Straight black basically.

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please don't change it. if ever lightweights wer meant to go on a bike...it's this one! never been a fan of their logo but it's perfect for this.

well done.


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Nicest bike on't web.......I keep coming back to look at it :D

What's the name of your LBS?.... I'd like to get me a team SLR.

Merry Christmas :D


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I was bored with changing tubulars and am now thinking about a set of Campagnolo Hyperion Ultra clinchers. I guess they would look very smart in my bike. Any comments on strength, durability and especially reliability? I'm a bit worried about the all carbon rim. Is it too vulnerable for a 85 kg rider? I'd hate to destroy them going downhill somewere on a middle of nowhere French mountain road. Or am I simply too worried?

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