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olebole
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by olebole

Something for the student cyclocross racer:
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Will be set up with a c record 1x11 drive train and some cheap Chinese carbon tubulars.

A bit worried about the seemingly slack angles but I guess I will get used to it

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mattharrop
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by mattharrop

This: http://soigneur.cc/soigneur-spring/

Pretty excited, I've heard the riding up at Falls Creek is amazing.

martinko
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Location: Slovakia

by martinko

After Giro Saros saving my head, I decided to try Kask Mojito. It arrived today and fits better so hopefully will serve longer than previous Saros. :)

EDIT: It weighs 243g.

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Cuki
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Location: Vienna

by Cuki

On the way home...
Quattro Stagioni for me, Capricciosa for her. Both came in under 250g.

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Ozrider
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Location: Perth, Western Australia

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Dura Ace 9000 drivetrain for my Parlee


Parlee Z5, Trek Madone, Colnago Dream,
Ozrider - Western Australia
Parlee Z5 XL (6055g/13.32lbs) Trek Madone 5.9 (7052-7500g)Jonesman Columbus Spirit (8680g)
Chase your dreams - it's only impossible until it's done

Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

Wilier GTR, px tubs, fizik aliante tubs, centaur groupset, fsa handlebars and stem, £100 in the pocket - what to buy? Im thinking PX calipers, cheapest bang for buck ..?

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ultimobici
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by ultimobici

Could you translate your post into English please?

dha
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by dha

Some of these

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Fitted to these

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seanblurr
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russianbear
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by russianbear

PX ultralights are a good way to shed some grams. Other things to consider: topcap/expander replacement (extralite ultrastar), light weight skewers.

manne
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by manne

Been looking for this saddle for a while now.

Found it on eBay by "mistake", 55$ :beerchug:

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locktopus
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by locktopus

Accidentally on purpose, I bought a Black Fizik Antares R3 Carbon

pastronef
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Location: Asti, ITALIA

by pastronef

Cuki wrote:On the way home...
Quattro Stagioni for me, Capricciosa for her. Both came in under 250g.

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how's the helmet?
size? thinking about buying one this winter

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Cuki
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Location: Vienna

by Cuki

Very happy with my Size S POC Octal. Been a good lid for a warm summer. Very light, reasonable comfy, but amazing ventilation. Maybe too much ventilation for winter?
POC will add some nice new colours to the range early next year I believe too.
The Orange will remain but be available as Octal AVIP and AVIP/MIPS

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jekyll man
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New P2max classic and used Osym ring for the TT bike :thumbup:
Official cafe stop tester

by Weenie


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