May I introduce you to "Storck 0.9"

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Villadsen
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by Villadsen

Hi folks,
Here it is. The Storck Carbon 0.9. No-nonsense (= all Campagnolo) equiped. Weight just below 6kg. Still missing a few things like tape on one handlebar side and the new Record carbon bottleholders.
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TSV

Sorry could not figure out how to post picture or perhaps it does not work? So pls use this link instead.
http://www.villadsen.de
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Ye Olde Balde One
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by Ye Olde Balde One

Nice!!!

LMAO @"No nonsense" when it's fitted with Lightweight wheels!

I can't wait to get my frame, then let the party begin!
Ride lightly!

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Nice ride! Did you get a chance to weigh the frame? Just curious.

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Florian
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Villadsen wrote:Sorry could not figure out how to post picture or perhaps it does not work? So pls use this link instead.
http://www.villadsen.de


I've updated portions of the forum 2 hours ago, but it works fine for me:
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Nice bike :thumbup:
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Rogue_M3
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by Rogue_M3

Sweet bike!!! I love those lightweight wheels. I might have to look into getting a set of those. They just look sooo damn good. Guess I'll start selling some wheels on ebay. What do they run? Around $2,700?

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spytech
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That bike sure does look good. Damn lightweights, you guys are going to make me rob a bank...lol

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cadence90
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by cadence90

Very nice ride!
With the Record Carbon cages (and maybe Zero-G brakeset) that would be a mean machine!
"Gimondi è un eroe umano, che viene sconfitto ma che continua la sua corsa fino a tornare a vincere." - Enrico Ruggeri

KB
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by KB

Very nice bike indeed. Give us an update on the ride characteristics when you get chance. A German Uber machine!!!

Villadsen
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by Villadsen

Several people have asked me about the weight of the C 0.9 and how it rides. Mine is a Size M equal to a virtual 55x55 frame. I did have a bit of problems weighing it as my weight is quite small but the weight of this frame is just below 1050g including everything (i.e. the adjuster screws, the seat binder the screws for the bottleholders). This weight also includes part of the integrated headset, so that the remaining parts of the headset is only the two closed ball bearings, the fork crown and the top "lid".

The frame is very stiff. Almost too stiff for me so I have to get used to feeling each and every bump in the road. I was even considering changing my Veloflex Record tyres with some larger diameter tyres like Veloflex Paris-Roubaix. The fork is even stiffer than the frame even in the light version. Mine is 320g cut but has the build in fastner so that you save 10-20g there.
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Ye Olde Balde One
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by Ye Olde Balde One

A size L (57.2x56.2) weighs 1074g without post clamp and BB cable guide.

Let the fun begin :twisted:
Ride lightly!

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