Armstrongs new bike! Holy S@#!

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Superlite: "Keeping the old."

Bruyneel: "He is using a new time trial bike."


Hmm. :?:


http://www.procycling.com/news_main.asp?newsId=5340

:roll:



P.S.

I wasn't trying to make you look like an idoit, just pointing out it's not new info.
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Dr.Dos
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by Dr.Dos

I was pointing out Bruyneels statement: it's still a new bike, not the narrow BB one but also not an old one. That's what I understand.

No need to roll eyes ...

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Dude, Armstrong even said himself he's not using it.

it's still a new bike


It's last years TT bike.
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by Dr.Dos

So did cyclingnews take it out of the context? I'm quoting, not adding anything, not removing.


Bruyneel : "He is using a new time trial bike."


Do I read something wrong, do I miss something? Please reread Bruyneel's quote. Maybe you are missing something?

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A screenshot to PROVE I'm not adding anything, lol ...
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Superlite
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by Superlite

New news to me, got a link?

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by Dr.Dos

I mentioned the source 'cyclingnews.com' in the original posting since quotes without source are a pest on the net. ;)

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news.php?id= ... jun16news2

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Superlite
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by Superlite

Sweet, hot off the press. Good eye Dr.Dos

Well a new TT bike. Guess well have to wait until the tour to see what it is. Wonder why it's been under wraps so much? Every other bike has been shown.

I'm just guessing, but I'm thinking it's essentially the samme TT bike as last year, same mold, just lighter with the new OCLV 55, like the new Madone SSL. Same bike, just made lighter.

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