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PostPosted: Wed Jul 14, 2004 7:22 pm 
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I bet Jan will be riding his Lightweight's in the REAL mountain stages!

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Whow! That's a pretty damn nice garage door!


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Now he uses them. Watch the pic from todays stage:

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I see you posted the same pic 3 mins ago. :lol:


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Do you think the saddle from the bike is an AX-Lightness with a leather cover of Selle italia ?

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Janman wrote:
Do you think the saddle from the bike is an AX-Lightness with a leather cover of Selle italia ?


It sure is!

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Now he uses them. Watch the pic from todays stage:


No, they're Cosmic Carbones, and that is definitely a Scott. Are his cranks a different colour?


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No his crancks are the new FSA MegaExo Pro silver anodised carbon with new special 10speed chainrings. The wheels are new unlabeled relabeled Cosmic carbon Lightweight clinchers


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Also the rider is Lance Armstrong relabeled as Jan Ullrich.


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looks like lance developed a gut for stage 10.


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These may also be ADAs made by Corima.


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It's a BH with Giant decals.


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divve wrote:
It's a BH with Giant decals.
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back to important stuff
http://www.procycling.com/news.aspx?ID=267
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Manolo Saiz and Roberto Heras this morning staged a joint protest against what the Liberty Seguros pair consider to be a “ridiculous” rule governing the minimum weight of professional competition bikes.


ata boy!!


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Manolo Saiz wrote:
“I find it ridiculous that, as a result of this rule, a cyclo-tourist can ride a better bike than a professional,”


:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Manolo Saiz wrote:
“I find it ridiculous that, as a result of this rule, a cyclo-tourist can ride a better bike than a professional,”


I'm with Manolo on this. Heck, look at the bikes of this forum! Most pros don't have such light, sweet rides!


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Surely those wheels are Lighweight. Look at the hubs and spokes.


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