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modebo
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by modebo

Sorry for the crappy picture. Camera is kaput so i had to use my phone.

Frame: 2000 Litespeed Vortex
Fork: THM Stiletto
Group : Record Limited (red numbers)
Stem : Tune Geiles teil 2013
Top cap: Carbon-ti titanium
Handlebars: Syntace racelite 2 carbon 2013
Bar tape: Brooks leather
Housing: Campagnolo
Seatpost: Tune Starkes stück
Saddle: Selle San Marco Zoncolon
Skewers: Campagnolo Record
Pedals: Look Keo
Wheels: H Plus Son Archtype rims with record hubs and Sapim Lazer spokes made by Bikexperto
Tires: Conti GP 2000

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Klein q-pro xx
Colnago Master Olympic 1996
Scott Cr1 Team 2004 custom
Litespeed Vortex 2000

Rush
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by Rush

I haven't added mine yet.
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More info here

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termitelight
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by termitelight

05 Merlin XL Compact , I hope to have it in the sub 14 range in the next month even with keeping the triple chainring :wink: it is a good climber as is but with some Zero Gravity brakes and KCNC products on the way it will be "The Ultimate Climbing Machine" I"am hoping to do some Colorado mountains in a year and that triple will help my 50 year old body up the hills
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newnan3
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by newnan3

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Definitely not a WW but I love this bike!!

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

here's my humble first ti bike.

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ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?

willy
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by willy

Bertoletti legend Queen with SR electronic/LW wheels/ deda cockpit

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DRAGON60
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by DRAGON60

That Archon is wicked----My Everti Ti is hiding in a corner----afraid that after seeing so many nice TI bikes in this thread that I won't ride her anymore.
Poor kid----I'll have to get her some WW presents to cheer her up.

scotty
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by scotty

Ahh.. that Bertoletti Legend is amazing, it's exactly what I'm lusting after at the moment..
Tell us more..weight, handling.. do you race it?

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michel2
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by michel2

ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?[/quote]
do you got any specific complains, stem lenght doesnt look like you need a longer top tube and if you had a seat post with setback it would end up in the middle of the seat rail.
you run a few spacers under you stem and your seat is up a fair way but i supose its a compact frame, i think a photo with you on your bike would tell us more.

i start to wonder about willy's collection your colnagos are verry pretty and now this, i wonder what else you got in your fleet ?! (-:

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?

do you got any specific complains, stem lenght doesnt look like you need a longer top tube and if you had a seat post with setback it would end up in the middle of the seat rail.
you run a few spacers under you stem and your seat is up a fair way but i supose its a compact frame, i think a photo with you on your bike would tell us more.

i start to wonder about willy's collection your colnagos are verry pretty and now this, i wonder what else you got in your fleet ?! (-:


Not really major complain, but does feel cramp sometimes *barely ridden it 900km*. but considering that I had to use 110mm stem here, on my other bikes all 100mm. And the saddle way back of the seat post *due to 0 offset I guess*. and lastly aesthetically I like the slam stem better, as it sits there are 2x10mm spacers, and coincidentally on Medium frame, the headtube is that much longer, plus newer '14 has cleaner/stiffer 44mm front end using integrated headset.


THAT LEGEND just so wrong... :podium: , I can't wait to get mine :wink: Nice bikes Willy :thumbup:
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GT56
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by GT56

CLEAR wrote:here's my humble first ti bike.

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ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?



one size up would't hurt, in fact it would look a lot better

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

A cheaper option to get closer to the desired geometry would be a slightly setback seatpost. It would allow you to center the rails of the SMP.

Deev
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by Deev

My Lynskey Sportive Di2C, finished this afternoon!

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apexrider
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by apexrider

These are my two to road bikes. The build lists are actual, the pictures aren't.

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Frame: 2011 Lynskey Helix
Fork: Enve 1.0
Groupset: 2012 SRAM Red (with old Red Black brake callipers)
Headset: Chris King NoThreadset Sotto Voce
Bottom Bracket: Chris King (steel) BSA
Handlebar: Enve Compact Road Bar (42)
Stem: Enve (120)
Bar tape: Fizik Microtex Soft touch
Seatpost: Enve (31.6, 25)
Saddle: Fizik Aliante Carbon Braided
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti
Rims: Reynolds Thirty Two
Hubs: Chris King R45
Spokes: Sapix Cx-Ray (nds), Cx-Sprint (ds)
Skewers: Extralite Aliens 2
Tires: Schwalbe Ultremo ZX (23)
Bottle Cages: King Cage Ti

Weight: 6.950 kg


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Frame: Gilbertson Allure
Fork: Ritchey WCS UD Carbon
Groupset: 2010 SRAM Force
Headset: Tange Seiki Techno Glide ZSI-47
Bottom Bracket: SRAM BB86 GXP press fit
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Logic Curve Carbon (42)
Stem: Ritchey WCS 4-axis Carbon
Bar tape: Fizik Microtex Soft touch
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS UD Carbon (31.6, 25)
Saddle: Fizik Aliante
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti
Rims: Stan's NoTubes ZTR Alpha 340
Hubs: Chris King R45
Spokes: Sapix Cx-Ray (nds), Cx-Sprint (ds)
Skewers: Ritchey Titanium
Tires: Vredestein Fortezza TriComp (23)
Bottle Cages: Arundel steel

Weight: 7.610 kg

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SWijland
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by SWijland

Deev wrote:My Lynskey Sportive Di2C, finished this afternoon!

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Sweet! :thumbup:

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