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 Post subject: Pic's of my new bike.
PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2005 9:35 am 
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Hello all,

I hope the link work's it's only a temp album so you can see the pic's.

Next on the list is a AX-LIGHTNESS saddle and post.

Hope you like it.

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Thankyou soooo much Kees.

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Wow. Absolutely perfect bike. :thumbup: What is the weight?
Just try another bottle cage.

You definitely have too much LWs... I have none so far. :cry: Always want to buy one of your pairs. :wink: :D


Have fun riding this piece of bike porn.

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Looks good.


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Very nice. I eventually want to get a carbon bike and the Look 585 is what I like the most.

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Great looking bike Prince. Nice collection of LW's too :wink: Do you have any other bikes or is one set "spare". I'm sure Casran would love them if they are :lol:


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In my opinion a perfect build.
Saddle also means long rides are enjoyable.

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Amazing bike! :shock:
Updates have to be a Clavicula or a ZG06 crankset and a Lightweight rear derailleur.

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What seat post clamp is that?

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beautiful.....i know dura ace is great, but since you have all carbon, why not include the drivetrain in carbon as well.....


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Thanks for the kind words, although I like carbon cranks it would be too much of the black stuff for me. I like the silver.

My other two bikes are Principia's, a RS6 PRO E & a Linda McCartney REX.

The RS6 has nearly the same build as the LOOK apart from the post and seat, with Linda running 9sp Dura Ace and Rolfs.

I am not to sure of the seat clamp it just came with the bike.

The lightweight rear derailleur is a real poss as well as ventoux wheels.

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:shock: :thumbup:


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Really nice bike there
For some reason I really like DA cranks on 585s
Oh and the LWs dont hurt either :D


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That's one sweet looking Look.... :!: :wink:

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