Ok, its about time to expos my rides!(New road frame for 08)

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oclv150
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by oclv150

Hi, after long time hanging around in this home page I find it a good time to publish my Fuji road and TT bikes, although weight weenies they aren’t.
Road build list is
Fuji Roubiax LTD alu frame with carbon seat stays+ full carbon fork (2007)
Reynolds dv/t wheel set (2007)
Continental compotation tires, with sealant
Rotor Agilis rd crankset + Q-rings (40/53)
Rotor SABB BB, with ceramic speed bearings
Dura-Ace 7800 shifters, front and rear der, peddles and cassette (11-23, 11-25, 12-25, depend on race)
Ultegra 6500 brakes (have to go) with swisstop pads
Pro Plt 12 cm stem + traditional bar
Thomson Elite post
Strip and cut Flite saddle
Bottle cages- tacx tao
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(the tires on the pic are temporary)

TT build list
Fuji aloha 1.0 alu frame + alu carbon Fuji tt fork (2007)
I have no tt wheels (I browed for each event)
Dura-Ace 7800 crankset + bb with aero Q-rings (42-54)
Dura-Ace 7700 bar-end shifter+ rear der
Ultegra 6600 front der
8 speed 105 brakes
Shortened and striped SLR saddle
Cane creek brake levers
Tuned to fit ritchey integrated aero bar
Bottle cage- campy record

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Its me in a warmup here in the pic

Sorry for the bad English and for the poor (half nude??) quality photos
Niv
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micky
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Thanks for posting the pics!
You got nice bike over there!

How about weights??

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oclv150
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by oclv150

the road bike is 7.2-7.3with i-bike, and the TT is much haevier, i dont want to know:)

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Hi there! Nice bikes...
How do you find the SAAB rotor, Agilis & Q-Rings.
I know theres been a lot of discussion if the shape of the rings makes any difference at all - but how light/durable/stiff is the setup you have on your road bike?
Thanks
nathanong87 wrote:
i used to come to the pro cycling discussion thread for pro pictures

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Ghastly
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I think i have seen you in Belgium!
At the start of the race in Kerksken (august) i saw a fully stripped Flite saddle on a Fuji bike and thought: that must be a weightweenie!
I was right! (i think)

Nice bikes!

oclv150
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Leviathan wrote:How do you find the SAAB rotor, Agilis & Q-Rings.
I know theres been a lot of discussion if the shape of the rings makes any difference at all - but how light/durable/stiff is the setup you have on your road bike?
Thanks

i like this combo, as its lighter then my Dura-Ace, and i feel no dif in stifness, and the SABB is graet, as its so aesy to change bearinges!
Ghastly wrote:I think i have seen you in Belgium!
At the start of the race in Kerksken (august) i saw a fully stripped Flite saddle on a Fuji bike and thought: that must be a weightweenie!
I was right! (i think)

yes, you were right, it most be me! Was a nice race for me

oclv150
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by oclv150

hey, there, i've got a new frame and saddle for the comming 08 season.
the frame is 07 Team RC C7 carbon, wich saved 400 grames from the alu frame, and now its 7.1kg incloding all (i-bike, bidon holders, etc).
hope you like it, but i do anyway:)
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