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Red don't come in 177.5 or 180.


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It's a black Rival crank with DA rings.

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Rodrego Hernandez wrote:
Red don't come in 177.5 or 180.

Both Red, Force, Rival, S900 and S300 comes in 177.5 mm according to their own website, but only Rival and S300 also comes in 180 mm:
http://willyoumaketheleap.com


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it's a shame they don't let their sponsored riders have them in that size then!


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http://cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id=/tec ... news/10-24
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Shimano does gold for Marianne Vos

Shimano is now getting into the custom footwear game for its key athletes with a pair of gold-hued SH-R300 road shoes for Dutch rider Marianne Vos (DSB Bank) who took home the gold medal in the points race at this year's Olympics. Save for the gold finish, Vos' special shoes are standard issue SH-R300s, complete with Shimano's Custom Fit heat-moldable upper and hollow carbon outsole.

Though still extraordinarily young at just 21 years of age, Vos' latest achievement is only the latest in an extraordinary string of successes. Vos is also the current UCI world champion in the points race, was both the UCI road and ‘cross world champion in 2006, and holds more European and Dutch national titles than we care to count.

"These gold road shoes are a reminder of a great race in Beijing," said Vos in a press release. "I hope to get some extra morale!"

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Shimano presented Olympic gold medalist Marianne Vos with this striking pair of one-off shoes to commemorate the occasion.
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... ugly ... very ugly


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I'll surely second that.
Lets leave the the custom footwork to the Italians!
Sidi can do it as Sammy's white and gold Sidis are outrageously sick!


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i'll agree on that 2


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Basso's Japan cup bike

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos.php?id=/photos/2008/oct08/japancup08/japancup082/JapanCup_bike_Basso

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos.php?id=/photos/2008/oct08/japancup08/japancup082/JapanCup_bike_Basso2


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I thought Liquigas was on LOOK Keos but Basso seems to use SPEEDPLAYs?

Well, maybe it helps to be a star... :D


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Paolo Bettini's track rig. Used at the Six Days of Amsterdam.

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Thanks to botto for the pics of Bettini's track bike


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Not the best looking podium girl.


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