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 Post subject: Bigger pic?
PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2006 8:07 pm 
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Sure, but it is already 10 x 7 centimeters if I open it on my screen. If you want details I can shoot the appropriate pics. Or you can find a few here:
http://www.rudemtb.dk/hotwheels.asp?fan ... heeltype=7

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Thanks! Actually I was looking for an overall pic of the bike but much larger. I am considering a Moots frame as finishing touch for my crossbike. But first I'll have to pickup the ordered Lightweights on Thursday.

I wish it was Thursday already :(


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What is that fork in Moots? Looks sweeettt!

EDIT: As I Quessed, It's Kocmo. I WAS getting one few years ago but they made only 1" size. Do they make 1.1/8" now?

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Timo wrote:
I am considering a Moots frame as finishing touch for my crossbike.


That would be nice upgrade from junk alloy.

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I'm gonna ignore Samu from now on. Please stop replying to my postings :roll:


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Samu Ilonen wrote:
What is that fork in Moots? Looks sweeettt!

EDIT: As I Quessed, It's Kocmo. I WAS getting one few years ago but they made only 1" size. Do they make 1.1/8" now?


Yes Kocmo make 1 1/8" forks, since several years...
You can also order several decals (yellow, white, blue?...) and you have the choice between different surfaces (polished, brushed and so on).


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here's my new race rig for next this year.
Complete: 16.68lbs

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looks great with this red, you can't get lost if the next championships are in a blizzard as well :)
are those the new specialized tires?how do you like them compared to other tires(michelin mud or ^similar)?


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simon wrote:
looks great with this red, you can't get lost if the next championships are in a blizzard as well :)
are those the new specialized tires?how do you like them compared to other tires(michelin mud or ^similar)?


Thanks. Yes those are the new Specialized Houfellizer (sp?) tires. I used them this past season and I wasn't thrilled with them. They have a camber ridge that they claim aids in off camber sections but all it does is act as a shelf for mud to pack onto the tire.
I used them in a muddy race and the tires just packed up with mud..zero shedding.
I only put them on because Speciailzed gave them to me for free.
I'll either go to the new Tufo Flexus or the new Dugast muds when I go tubular.


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 Post subject: upgrade
PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2006 11:12 pm 
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i changed a few parts on my commuter

wheels crankset: tune
ti bottombracket
ritchey wcs flatbar
thomson seatpost
mrazek brakes
campa (the derailleur on the picture is a gipiemme) suntour king duospeed

weight 8,2 kg

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 Post subject: Pride and joy!
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Here is my pride and joy! 17 lbs of nothing but pure cross porn![url][URL=http://imageshack.us]Image[/url][/url]


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Scott, do you work for Sibex, or are you just their biggest fan? :wink:


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that bike is amazing.

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I would like to introduce my new baby:
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Here is my cyclocross bike. It is Chorus/Centaur equiped and has ITM Millenium handlebar, stem and seatpin.


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