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 Post subject: Carbon Cosmics?
PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2005 5:37 pm 
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Does anybody know any thing about these wheels?

Cunego at the Giro presentation:
http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/giro05/?id=teampres/13


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It's a full carbon model that Mavic has been working on for about 2 years now. Last I heard, no production date available yet. They debuted during last years TdF.

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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2005 6:23 pm 
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Wow, cool. Hopefully that'll drive the price of the regular old carbones downwards. Either that or these new wheels will be like 3000 dollars.


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3000 dollars :shock: sorry but I don´t think so.


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I was just throwing out numbers.


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campyman099 wrote:
It's a full carbon model that Mavic has been working on for about 2 years now. Last I heard, no production date available yet. They debuted during last years TdF.


http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech.php?id=tech/2004/news/mar30


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Where's the headset???

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Yep it's confirmed. I'm going to start saving up my pennies for when people start ebaying off their old carbones by the dozens.


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whats up with the seatpost on the specialized?


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pinky wrote:
whats up with the seatpost on the specialized?


What stem is that, a deda mag 00?


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PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2005 3:51 am 
I beleive that Mavic don't intend to release these wheels to the public, as they beleive that their will be too much troubles caused with brake pads, and safety - I have heard through internal communication that America is to blame for this.


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mrowkoob wrote:
pinky wrote:
whats up with the seatpost on the specialized?


What stem is that, a deda mag 00?


His position blows my mind everytime I see it.

That's about the most aggressive bike positioning ever. It's really, really humbing that Cipo is the same height/weight as me... obviously with about 10,000 times the skills and power :(


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And what about these ones? These were on the Bikemotion show in Holland. The ones on the back are the complete carbon ones, but those on the front...

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... boonen.JPG

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... icprof.JPG

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... cprof2.JPG


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dont the tarmacs have a slightly extended seat tube and then normal seat post?? this one looks like they integrated the the seat tube and post into a full mast like the new TCR advanced...
(or am I just missing something?)


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mensma wrote:
And what about these ones? These were on the Bikemotion show in Holland. The ones on the back are the complete carbon ones, but those on the front...

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... boonen.JPG

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... icprof.JPG

http://members.home.nl/mensma/Bikemotio ... cprof2.JPG


The gold ones where made especialy for bettini, ollimpic champion version.
Like the sadle and shoes ans stem and....................


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