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 Post subject: my bike
PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 12:47 am 
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HEy guys, heres my bike, I emailed it to the site a few days ago, but its not up yet. It weighs about 15.4 lbs, but its a 58 and it has a chorus cass as well as standard tires and tubes.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2003 6:30 pm 
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Nice bike, but quite standard. Do you like the Ksyrium SL wheels?


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Yeah, the thing about the Saeco team bikes is that they're awesome from the factory, which is part of the reason it was so appealing to me. The only things I ended up changing were the bars (easton EC 90) the stem (Deda Mag00) and the saddle (slr), so I dropped maybe 100 gm there. I also ended up going to the chorus cass for durability reasons. I do like the Kserium wheels, I wish they were tubulars, but they're good for training. I'd like to get a pair of AC carbon wheels and a good, light cass, cause that would probably drop my bike down to about 13.5 lbs, which is pretty good for how big it is.


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I also need a 58cm frame, so I know it makes a difference in weight :?


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