Cervelo SLC (Upgraded)

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aerozy
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by aerozy

So here is my race rig, my Cervelo SLC. Latest upgrades include the Reynolds SDV66, 3T Funda Team fork and KCNC brakes. I previously had the complete DA7900 groupset installed but shifting was poor due to the internal routing so installed DA7800 on it which now works perfectly. With the following setup it weighs exactly 7kg (15.43lbs).

Frame: Cervelo SLC
Fork: 3T Funda Team
Wheelset: Reynolds SDV66 T
Skewers: KCNC
Tyres: Vittoria Evo CX 290TPI
Shifters: DA7800
FD: DA7800
RD: DA7800
Crankset: DA7800
BB: DA7800
Cassette: DA7800
Pedals: DA7800
Chain: DA7900
Saddle: Fizik Arione Cx
Bars: 3T Ergonova Team
Stem: Ritchey 4-Axis WCS
Seatpost: Cervelo
Brakes: KCNC
Cables: Aligator I-link/ Stock DA

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Guy
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by Guy

Did you move the 7900 groupset onto the Canyon?

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Tinea Pedis
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My gf wants to know that with all these bikes, do you have a wife or gf...? :lol: :lol:

Cos she admires you for getting 3 bikes past her :lol:


Gotta say, it screams "SPEED!"

Scott B
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by Scott B

Very nice (the canyon and c'dale as well!)

How do you like the 3T fork?

M_b•
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Tinea Pedis wrote:My gf wants to know that with all these bikes, do you have a wife or gf...? :lol: :lol:

Cos she admires you for getting 3 bikes past her :lol:


Gotta say, it screams "SPEED!"



... laughing my arse off! I was thinking the same thing... My girlfriend is leaving town for a few weeks so I've got a little time myself to get a new build done... (she can't get mad at me if it's already done, right?)

but three like these? I think she would notice!
... very nice indeed.

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Hey, my GF loves the fact that I spend all my free time on bikes and playing with little yellow tennis balls. She says it's better than F'ing another girl!

BTW, slick bike!
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aerozy
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by aerozy

Guy wrote:
Did you move the 7900 groupset onto the Canyon?

Indeed I did. It works a little better on there but boy oh boy is it sensitive. Tension on the cables need to be spot on. A true lady this 7900 :)

Tinea Pidea wrote:
My gf wants to know that with all these bikes, do you have a wife or gf...?

Hehehe... :lol: I actually have 4 girlfriends. I see 3 of them quite often, the ones in the pictures. The fourth human proto-type not so much! hehe ;) No, but seriously I do have one. We've now dated for 6 years and still going strong. Trick was but to make purpose bikes, like this one is for racing, this is a crit bike, this is a rain bike, etc. And if she asks but cant you race your crit bike in a road race... you answer... oh no that would be way too dangerous! hehehe ;)

Thebugman wrote:
Hey, my GF loves the fact that I spend all my free time on bikes and playing with little yellow tennis balls. She says it's better than F'ing another girl!

Yes, not a long time ago I was kind of a party boy with all the not so healthy components that come with that... so cycling is pretty much on the other side of the spectrum. All are happier. But bugman, how on earth you get away with playing with little tennis balls!? :o How many do you have? :lol: She must be a saint! :)

Oh and thanks for all the nice comments! :)
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by jaakkoso

Looks awesome! Especially that fork rocks!

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"Trick was but to make purpose bikes, like this one is for racing, this is a crit bike, this is a rain bike, etc. And if she asks but cant you race your crit bike in a road race... you answer... oh no that would be way too dangerous! hehehe"... You are a GENIUS! I'm gonna have to try this with the Commander and Chief.
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by victor

awesome bike!

and i definitely have to remember the "that would be too dangerous" line for future use :D

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