Let's See Your Time Trial bike

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

[quote="teebaz"]Here's my 2012 Shiv TT running Campagnolo...
Bambino, quarq and Pro 4-rays on the way for the season opener in November...
I've also been really impressed with the Fizik Tundra saddle for TTing... after years (and $$$) of trying different saddles I stole this one off my cx bike - and couldn't have been happier.


:welcome:
Nice bike and welcome to the forum too,
Are you looking to get rid of some of the spacer height on your are bars? If not and its what you need to do?...........
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by xsnailx

So here is mine (detailed specs here: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=106109):
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by tohd1978

Amazing! *jaws dropping*

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andreszucs
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by andreszucs

7410g
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xsnailx
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by xsnailx

@andreszucs - Nice build :thumbup: :) i think the only change it needs is a tririg omega brake.

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by Homer

Pictures from my recent competition, the Ironman distance Challenge Copenhagen:

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by Juanmoretime

Homer, very excellent bike. You may see some benefit looking at the Omega brakes and some cable clean up. :thumbup:
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xsnailx wrote:@andreszucs - Nice build :thumbup: :) i think the only change it needs is a tririg omega brake.


Could drop under 7410g? if not I don't want :wink: (pretending to be the most dispurbed weight weenie).

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by xsnailx

@andre
yes, they are lighter than dura ace (unfortunately i dont have DA brakes handy to compare how much, they are also lighter than simkins aero)
provided they use pretty standard mounting hardware (http://www.tririg.com/galleries.php?id= ... ion&num=14) even more can be shaved
but the aero advantage is key here.

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by klingej

*Homer: Love the bike and kudos for doing Challenge Cph!

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by andreszucs

xsnailx wrote:@andre
yes, they are lighter than dura ace (unfortunately i dont have DA brakes handy to compare how much, they are also lighter than simkins aero)
provided they use pretty standard mounting hardware (http://www.tririg.com/galleries.php?id= ... ion&num=14" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;) even more can be shaved
but the aero advantage is key here.


I was just kiding, I know about tririg brakes..but I'm done with this bike...if my wife see me twiking/upgrading my bike again ... not a good scenario .. :unbelievable:

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by Juanmoretime

Very nice old school. The Zip frame still looks fast! :thumbup:
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benrosa wrote::P



Should have Zipp wheels then?!

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by quattrings

Almost finalized my TT bike. Only thing left to install is Extralite headset, but I'll ask the LBS for some assistance.

Oh yeah, try and find where I hid the valve extender :D

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build list:

Caad 4 Aero, size 56
Cannondale fork
Ritchey logic headset
Syntace Stratos cx basebar
Syntace SLS aero bars (purchased from Rob English, cut off ski bends)
Syntace Grips
Thomson x2 stem cnc customised to integrate top cap
Syntace p6 seatpost
Campagnolo seatpost collar
Fsa vero crank with aero 54t chainring
Shimano Square tape bb, removed dust seals
Shimano 105 casette 12-25
Shimano 105 chain
Sram tt500 shifters
Sram rival Rear mech
Sram tt500 brake levers
Simkins Egg brakes (purchased from Juanmoretime, who is a real stand up guy. Thanks again :thumbup: )
Corima disc and four spoke clincher (repaired the dings and painted matte black)
Vittoria open corsa 23mm
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