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Thanks.

Wheels are great! No problems with them! Brake surface is like on the first day when I bought them.

They are durable and have a great sound when out of the sadlle!!!

I was only scared when first time braking in the wet. But then a friend told me that when brake surface is wet, at first I must "clean" the surface from water and also to warm it up.

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Maybe this one ? Its not because they are my sponsors :roll: but that is the only saddle that can carry my butt for 4-5 hours without pain. I mean on naked full carbon saddles category. When I had SLR , after 4hours I could cut off my weenie I wouldnt feel a thing :lol: .....

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Poor weenie .... :lol:

Thanks, but I`m very satisfied with the Prologo and it really looks great, much better than in pictures!

It did "torture" me a bit, because of the "hidden" decal :wink:
But now, I accepted it just the way it is!! :D

Real love is unconditional. 8)

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That is stunning. A true mans bike, unlike the sloping variants out there :lol:


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What a glorious day to ride such a glamorous bike! I like real life shots.
Thanks for posting that up.

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That is stunning. A true mans bike, unlike the sloping variants out there :lol:

coloclimber wrote:
What a glorious day to ride such a glamorous bike! I like real life shots.
Thanks for posting that up.

Thank you for such nice & positive comments!
BTW, felt glorious suffering here ... ;)
http://213.161.8.99/igre2009/Letne_igre_2009/target682.html
http://213.161.8.99/igre2009/Letne_igre_2009/target733.html

Cloclimber, when are you going to post pics of your machine while riding it?! Or did I missed them .... :wink:

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The lovely mountains of SLOVENIA :D 8)

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Col d`Slovenie :D

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Looks EXCELLENT! Are those Mavic wheels?

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Thanks raspaa!

No, those are Solist TWO wheels. Xentis made rim, DT Swiss 240s hubs and DT Aerolite spokes.

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=52942&highlight=solist

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I`ve found out that I can have 130 mm stem, instead 120 mm :)

Should I stick with the Deda Zero100 or go with Deda Newton?

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I`ve found out that I can have 130 mm stem, instead 120 mm :)

Should I stick with the Deda Zero100 or go with Deda Newton?


Go for the Deda Zero Nero :D
Nice bike by the way


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Frame size looks perfect.

+1. I see nothing wrong with it. No short stem, saddle mounted all the way forward and still plenty of room for a deeper position. I absolutely love the look of the bike :D


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+1. I see nothing wrong with it. No short stem, saddle mounted all the way forward and still plenty of room for a deeper position. I absolutely love the look of the bike :D

Thank you.
The sadlle is actually all the way back :)
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