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TVA
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by TVA

Hey guys, my new bike is almost ready....
greetz
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simon
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by simon

REALLY NICE BIKE!
how could you manage that they put another name on the frame? have you paid more for the frame because there's no "ridley" on it?

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by RTW

:welcome: to the forum.

That is one sweet looking machine.... and now you are going to get it all muddy?!?

Could we have a build list please?

thanks

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Boogie
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by Boogie

simon wrote:REALLY NICE BIKE!
how could you manage that they put another name on the frame? have you paid more for the frame because there's no "ridley" on it?



In Holland maybe also other countries , you can by different shops buy the same frames as Ridley only with the name f your shop. In this case Gossini. You get discount of your frame some of 10%

TVA
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by TVA

When you have a bicyclestore, you can let paint your bikes as you want, by ridley.. My Sponsor is Goossens, and they sell Gossini Bikes, but they have only cheap models, so they get there expensiv bikes from Ridley..

This week i`m going to make my first ride on it..


i will make a buildlist soon

greetzz thijs v a

TVA
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by TVA

another picture..
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Müsing
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by Müsing

very good looking bike for a black-coloured one.

Hope it will not break :wink:

TVA
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by TVA

Frame: Gossini Carbon X-night
Fork: 4Za Python carbon
Headset: Ridley FSA 1/1/8
Headset Spacers: Carbon
Stem: Ritchey WCS 100mm.
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS 42cm
Handlebar Tape: Goossens race shops Cork
Saddle: Selle San Marco Racing
Seatpost: EASTON EA70
Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace 10sp
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 10sp
Shift & Brake Levers: Shimano Dura-Ace 10sp
Crank Set: Shimano Dura-Ace 10sp 172.5 mm 39/46T
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Dura-Ace 10sp
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-25T
Chain: Shimano Ultegra
Brakes: Spooky Carbon
Brake pads: BBB cantistop/ 4ZA brakepads
Wheelset: 4ZA carbon high and low profile, Dura-ace 10sp/Record with Ambrosio alu
Tubes: Dugast 30/32/34 mud
Cables & Housings: BBB and Gore Tex
Pedals: Shimano XTR

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Dr.Dos
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by Dr.Dos

Cool bike but cut an inch off the bar.

jost78
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by jost78

Hi,
What chainring (46T) do you have. Is it shimano Dura Ace or something else? Is there any shimano Dura Ace 10speed chainring?

/Johan

TVA
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by TVA

Hello,
on the foto is a TA 46T ring, but i ordered an Dura Ace 46T ring, because the chain fall of when i shift very light behind..

greetz

brian
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by brian

What does it weigh?????????????

Schneutze
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by Schneutze

What does it cost ?

Its a very nice bike !!!

by Weenie


TVA
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by TVA

i don`t know the price, but it`s expensiv.. i changed the double chaingring for an one chainring with carbon chainholders.. I think the weight wil be come on 7,3 kg. maybe with nokon cables a bit lighter.. i can also lighten my left dura ace shifter.. Simon what does your bike weight????
Next sunday i gonna test him in Asper Gavere..

Ciao Thijs

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