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CSC learned their lesson from last year and they were all on boxed section rims.
The few riders with deep section rims were almost all involved in crashes. Take you conclusions....


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carbon rims are getting stronger every year. deep dish rims were clearly the wrong choice.

zipp's finished a historice 4th for carbon tech...these look like 202 or 303..can't really tell

http://www.slipstreamsports.com/photos/ ... ubaix.html


+ according to cycling news pozzato rode and finished the entire race on fulcrum carbons.


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+ according to cycling news pozzato rode and finished the entire race on fulcrum carbons.


http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2008/ ... 092_1_full

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2008/ ... 107_1_full

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2008/ ... 113_1_full


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First 100km he was on racing speeds, then changed bike to the on with hyperons on, but he finished on alu boxed rims :!:

One bouyges telecom rider was on boras :shock: :shock: :shock:

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One bouyges telecom rider was on boras


That's just stupid, why using Boras on those roads :?
For me it's a great fault of the mecano's of the team


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That's just stupid, why using Boras on those roads :?
For me it's a great fault of the mecano's of the team


Maybe they read WW and do all the wattage calculations based on superb wind tunnel data, after all, this is the only reason Cancellara won the Milano-San Remo. If only he had some Zipp dimples to help him beat Boonen. :smartass:


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xaxaxaxaxa :D :D :D :D :D :D :D


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Maaskant was on 202 wheels.

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Roel W wrote:
CSC learned their lesson from last year and they were all on boxed section rims.
The few riders with deep section rims were almost all involved in crashes. Take you conclusions....


Bäckstedt,cracked his carbon rim in 2 places and forced him to service and in the end to quit the day of racing......


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Before posting, ask Micky to verify everything. :lol:


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Any pics of Hincapie's broken wheel?


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I thought it was a puncture?

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linus wrote:
Before posting, ask Micky to verify everything. :lol:


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Stuart O'Grady's Team CSC Cervélo R3 Paris-Roubaix Special:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech/2008/pr ... ervelopr08

Does anybody know what bar tape is on this bike?

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Does anybody know what bar tape is on this bike?

FSA?

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