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redbiker
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Here's a quick intro of me...

I've been lurking around weight weenies on and off for a while and have found some of the info on here really useful.

I'm a triathlete from the UK. I mainly race long distance stuff Ironman and 1/2 Ironman.

I currently race an old Specialized M2 with Dura Ace 10 spd and Zipp 404's.

Looking to build up a new TT bike for next year (Possibly based around the Specialized S-Works Transition frame), so will be picking your brains for some sound advice!

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beane
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Welcome to WW redbiker :welcome:

Its a great source of info what ever type of biking you do...and someone should be able to point you in the direction u need to go :o

And good luck with the Triathlons... :!:
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Thanks Beane. I tend to hang out on the www.tritalk.co.uk forum quite a lot, but have found weight weenies to be full of useful technical info.

Planning on building up a new tri bike for next year, so will be after lots of good advice.

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