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PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2004 4:11 pm 
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Well Cadence.....I suppose I'll hug and make up with you. I believe you and dynamik that he has the second pair of fly sports cranks ever known to man to exist.

I would still like to see a pic, if not for anything more, than to actually see a real pair owned by a real person on this forum....is that so wrong?


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Hey, X, we're friends again!!! :D
Dynamik says he has a pair, and yes, Joel, they're mounted to Fiber-Lyte carbon chainrings.
I can't comment on the durability of his bike as it's not mine and I don't ride that stuff. And I too would be afraid of a sub5 bike. But then again I'm not sub150 myself. :wink:
But I believe he does ride that bike, as well as the other one (which, ironically, was criticized for not being very light...this place is so weird sometimes... :roll: )
Hey I'd like to see a photo too; it's not wrong at all to want to see them: Dynamik says he'll post a photo of the crankset when he can get a friend to make one.
I believe that too. Over and out....

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This my fly sport crank


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Bravo Dynamik. :thumbup:

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Fly Sports crank


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OT: I see you have changed the Aerolite pedals, didn't you like them?


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Two pair.....I never thought I would live to see the day that two pair of Fly-Sports cranks actually existed in this world (at least the real world).

Dynamik....you might want to take those off and seal them in a glass case, as I believe they already are some of the rarest cranks on the face of the earth.

Okay....enough joking around. Thanks for the pics!!


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number_22 wrote:
Wasn`t the article proof enough ? I mean the bike was assembled in Germany, so they obviously had to get the cranks from Flysports.


he didn't get the cranks directly from flysports but someone that allready got a pair


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I have got my crank directly from Fly Sports.


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Nice ride Dynamik, I think all the people on this list envy you!

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Thank you KRAFTWERK.
I'm only an enthusiast biker. I have only a big big passion for this sport.
I hope that all the people....... dont "envy" me for this crank!!!!!!!


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It dosn't seem so... :oops:
But I guess it will become a collectors item prettty soon! :wink:

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:D (<- note smiley face indicating attempt at humor follows) Now I have to wonder just how long before we start seeing Ebay auctions for the Fly Sports Ti cranks that use the images Dynamik has so graciously provided.

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dynamik wrote:
I have got my crank directly from Fly Sports.


Great bike dynamik.

How long did it take from place of order to delivery of the cranks?

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nikh wrote:
dynamik wrote:
I have got my crank directly from Fly Sports.

Great bike dynamik.

How long did it take from place of order to delivery of the cranks?

earlier in this thread:
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They are stiff, and light too (335 grams included b.b.)
I have orderd them in October 2002 and Fly Sports have sent me the cranks in may 2003.

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