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by OliViner

Went from a Cervelo S1 2009 to this...

Time VXRS Medium
Campy Record 11sp
Reynolds Attack Clinchers - Rebuilt with C-4 Hubs
3T Team Carbon bar + 3T ARX Stem
Look Keo Carbon pedals
Selle Italia Monolink seatpost + Sellle Italia SLR saddle
C-4 Skewers
Vittoria Pave CX tires

Weight as is 6.9 kilos or 15.2 pounds

Will have better pictures and a more detailed list shortly....and yes the spacers will be gone.

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by Steelman

Very nice, I am curious as to how it rides compaired to the Cervelo.

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by Kastrup

My favourite carbon frame out there. Look really good :thumbup:
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by micky

Seen one exactly this morning and still like that frame!

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by bricky21

Thats a pretty nice upgrade from an S1.
I would keep the spacers if the bike fits good.

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by Roobay

reminds me of when Boonen rode it in the Worlds 8)
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by mrfish

Gorgeous. Skinny tubes like my C40, and similar racing pedigree, only a 5-year later design making it lighter and all-round better.

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