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 Post subject: Time trial BMC phonak
PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2004 5:22 pm 
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This is really nice ........ :shock: :shock: :shock: http://www.procycling.be/index.php?pagi ... 1088635379 :roll: :roll:

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Today BMC showed the extremely nice Phonak proloquebike made for the tour de france that is about to start in Belgium.
It is a specially designed monocoque carbon frame.
The complete bike weights just 7.45 kilo. Let's see what it can do!


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I can't decide if's cool or hideous..I'm torn... :shock:


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If you ignor the ugly Phonak paint job and imagine in it jet black only, I think it's bad a$$ looking!


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BMC makes damn nice bikes, you should check their site!

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I suppose if you put "the deep section monster" on it then you'd have Tyler's TT rig.

http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... php?t=2436


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You also notice the green zipp decals :P :P

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Nice frame, ugly paint / sticker job......

Very nice headset construction..... looks similar to the headset that Corima once made for Felicia Ballanger.......

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Nice frame, ugly paint / sticker job......

Very nice headset construction..... looks similar to the headset that Corima once made for Felicia Ballanger.......


yeaah, the look kg 396 track bike is constructed the same way (afaik.)

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more info here.... http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=2382


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Holy crap! Did you guys see the weight? 1450g for frame, fork and stem! Thats crazy! :unbelievable:


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will this bike reach production or is it just for tyler?


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Holy crap! Did you guys see the weight? 1450g for frame, fork and stem! Thats crazy! :unbelievable:



950 frame
350 fork
150 stem
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1450 total

That is not earth shattering but it would also appear that the post is included. :shock:

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that actually is earth shattering...look at similar frames, not giant compacts or scotts...TRUE TT Frames. That weight is ridiculously light. I'll bet save the fork, that about what tylers alpe d' huez UTT frame weighs.


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that actually is earth shattering...look at similar frames, not giant compacts or scotts...TRUE TT Frames. That weight is ridiculously light. I'll bet save the fork, that about what tylers alpe d' huez UTT frame weighs.


If you add the post it is quite light I will agree. That said we will see a new crop of carbon bikes at the tour and interbike. The new Giant cliams to be 850g with a post which is ground breaking light.

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