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OwenN
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by OwenN

Here is my Kazane E1. This was taken in early 2010 before I departed for a six month stint in Belgium. The frame is a 53cm and weighs in at 1126 grams (no hanger, barrels, etc.).

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kazane by Tachyan, on Flickr

And here is the bike outside of the home I stayed in.

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kazane2 by Tachyan, on Flickr

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knef
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by knef

Nice, no-nonsense bike!
What location in Belgium?

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

Where can a person buy a Kazane or look up their geometry?
Exp001 || Other projects in the works.

tonytourist
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by tonytourist

My 2012 Specialized Stumpjumper Evo
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It's right at 20 lbs

OwenN
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by OwenN

knef: I lived in Gent and mostly raced in West Flanders.

prendrefeu: See the chart below for geometry. Unfortunately, only 50 and 60cm sizes are left. A little backstory: Kazane started out producing steel track frames at the height of the 'fixie' craze. They moved into alloy road frames and supplied Mountain Khakis for a few years. They are no longer producing any bikes and like I said above, only a few small and large sizes remain.

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Kazane Alloy Geometry by Tachyan, on Flickr

CrimsonKarter21
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by CrimsonKarter21

OwenN: I raced with you over there! I can't remember if we actually met, but I was on the Flanders racing team and lived in Oudenaarde. Which team were you on?

My name is Mitch, BTW and I'm from Cleveland.

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theosaurus
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All ready for the new season (will get a better photo)
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yes, but how much does it weigh?

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theosaurus
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by theosaurus

Here's a better photo, it's about 7.3kg with these wheels but it drops down to 6.9kg with the others (Tune hubs, velocity rims).

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yes, but how much does it weigh?

FilmAt11
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by FilmAt11

Nice theosaurus! I rebuilt my Pro-Lite Cuneo this weekend. 6.78kg

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shlammed
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by shlammed

What bike stand is that FilmAt11?

FilmAt11
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by FilmAt11

That's a PRO display stand (Shimano PRO)

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theosaurus
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by theosaurus

Thanks FilmAt11 ! yours is looking pretty spiffy at the moment, especially the saddle and cages!
yes, but how much does it weigh?

CrimsonKarter21
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by CrimsonKarter21

New stuff on my Skeletor!
-44cm Zipp SC70 bars
-120mm -17* stem
-White Industries T11 hubs, H Plus Son Archetype 20/24 rims, DT Rev spokes

Enve 45 tubulars this summer!

Ready to summit Mt. Mitchell on Saturday!
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whydobearsxplod
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by whydobearsxplod

Beautiful! Great Color!

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OrenciaB
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by OrenciaB

My Crit machine with a Whisky fork, Mostly SRAM Red components mixed with Force/Rival and Zipp 808 tubulars.
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Hey does all that Rapha and Hi-vis make you faster?

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