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miniviking
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by miniviking

lcoolb wrote:Nice one! What's with the fork?

The original 928 fork was curved, so I use the T-cube fork I bought when I crashed the FG-Lite-fork. Is yours an original 928L fork?

Your Sempre looks cool too, what wheels are those?

Thanks.
It's Tune70/Mig180, Aerolite, one Edge 1.25-rim and one 250g Alibaba-rim. 926g total.

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lcoolb
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by lcoolb

miniviking wrote:
lcoolb wrote:Nice one! What's with the fork?

The original 928 fork was curved, so I use the T-cube fork I bought when I crashed the FG-Lite-fork. Is yours an original 928L fork?

My fork is from a 928SL. Very light, 280 gr with cut steerer, and looks a lot better than the original curved one :)

miniviking wrote:
lcoolb wrote:Your Sempre looks cool too, what wheels are those?

Thanks.
It's Tune70/Mig180, Aerolite, one Edge 1.25-rim and one 250g Alibaba-rim. 926g total.



Those wheels look great, great weight too! Which tyres do you use?

klingej
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by klingej

Hi All,

Got myself a Bianchi Oltre for this season and have been riding it for 6 months now, loving every minute of it! Quite stiff and racy but surprisingly comfortable, even if that wasn't a primary concern.

As for the spacer tower... well it's 20mm of spaces and is the result of a Retúl fitting session. I had a slipped disc in my back some years ago and am not as flexible as i might have wanted. However it looks tolerable and the handling doesn't suffer from it.

Bianchi Oltre Nero size 530
SRAM Force
Enve 45 clincher rim / DT Swiss 190 ceramic hubs
25mm Schwalbe Ultremo ZX HD tyres
Challenge latex tubes
3T Ergonova limited handlebar
Raceface 110 mm stem (Temporary - until i get my 110 mm 3T)
Specialized Romin saddle
Tune Bottle cages
Speedplay X1 depals

Chose the Force group as it comes in BB30 and i've always been a SRAM fanboy. The group weight in the BB30 edition is less than 2 kgs, which I'd have to pay 3 times as much for if I'd chosen Super Record or some such.

For now I only have the crappy iphone pic, but more will follow.

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miniviking
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by miniviking

lcoolb wrote:Those wheels look great, great weight too! Which tyres do you use?


Veloflex Sprinter on that picture, but they where ruined in a crash, so I have bought similar looking Vittoria Evo SC.

My T-cube fork is 330g, same as the Sempre fork.


Nice Oltre Nero, klingej!

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lcoolb
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by lcoolb

strobbekoen, that's a nice one! How much does it weigh?

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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

7.4kg

lone wheeler
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by lone wheeler

Strobbekoen, that bike looks all business. Lightweight bikes and fancy equipment are great but that bike, i can see includes some trick kit just looks the absolute dogs nuts. I love it.

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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

Thanks. Although most of my friends seem to have a aversion towards white bikes :D

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coloclimber
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by coloclimber

Nice clean looking sturdy ride. Definitely a keeper for those winter months.
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os72
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by os72

My new/old Bianchi Oltre 2012, new frame and saddle old parts...

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Movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyKeAwK74Wg

pdenes
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by pdenes

Hello guys, Bianchi owners :D
Here is my vintage Bianchi Rekord 845.

Here how it is looked 1.5 years ago:

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And at the end of this summer:

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And now :lol:

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(I've taken it to pieces because I'm going to re-build it to spring, in a little more-vintage style (Campy aero seat post, Selle San Marco Regal saddle,Campy headset, Cinelli stem, etc. )

You can see some more photos and infos from my bike on Velospace: http://velospace.org/node/35819

Hope you like it guys :oops:

garyh
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by garyh

pdenes,

It was beautiful 1.5 years ago, hopefully it will be going back to something similar!

lperdido
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by lperdido

I no longer have this EV4 but it was an awesome bike! The Celeste was actually pearled even though it was a flat finish.
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lcoolb
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by lcoolb

Lovely! I've always wanted an EV4 but never found one in my size. There's something sexy about lightweight alu bikes, i think. As if carbon makes it all too easy to be a ww...

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