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Frame arrived.
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Silca Seat Roll Premio.

Expensive, but great quality.
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Newmen seatpost 27.2 x 350mm, flexes a bit more than a Syntace P6 hiflex. Replaces the rather ugly Canyon seatpost on my Endurace CF SLX.


Where can I find out more about this post? Looks to be exactly what I am looking for as well!
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robertbb wrote:
rapsac wrote:Image

Newmen seatpost 27.2 x 350mm, flexes a bit more than a Syntace P6 hiflex. Replaces the rather ugly Canyon seatpost on my Endurace CF SLX.


Where can I find out more about this post? Looks to be exactly what I am looking for as well!


www.newmen-components.de
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New Lupina padded saddle

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Twin for my Litespeed Appalachian... Blue Ridge 02.. same 61 size. Yet the component group on the Blue Ridge looks more '99... go figure.

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Last piece of the build. EEbrakes. Thet and a couple Cane Creek AER bearings and bearing cover (saved 20g) for the Evo.

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just bought a Parlee ESX

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nickf wrote:Last piece of the build. EEbrakes. Thet and a couple Cane Creek AER bearings and bearing cover (saved 20g) for the Evo.

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You're going to love them. They are as good as everyone says.

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Have a set on my Evo, will never be able to use anything else now.

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Seedster wrote:Frame arrived.
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Love the shape and love the colour :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

I hope Bianchi is going to release the disc version! I would most probably buy it for my rain/ winter bike (if I can get some fenders on it)

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Plain black, traditional laces, and gum soles....going for the hipster look lol

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