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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 11:56 pm 
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It seems a great many roadies (and a few mtb'ers) I know enjoy more than a few sips of a good bottle of vino. For me it's a very bad habit that I've had for about 6 or 7 years now. Probably what is stopping me from having a 12 lb bike is the fact that I just built a 1000 bottle cellar and it's only half full! :shock: Trying to fill it has been an enjoyable challenge as it has been putting together my new ride for next season. Two very expensive hobbies to say the least!

My new ride if everything works out....

Kuota KOM
'07 Campy Record
Zero Gravity Ti's
Kuota CK01 cranks (if they make it to Canada by spring)
wheel option 1: Ksyrium ES's (clincher with veloflex tires)
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WW wheel option 2: Zipp 303 (tubulars with Tufo elite jet's)
Cinelli Rams
Fizik Arione (Carbon Braided)
Alien Post
Keo Carbon Pedals

Can't wait for the frame to get here!!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:01 am 
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Well, that sounds like you have two awesome hobbies mate! keep up the good work!

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Party at your place mate!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 3:55 am 
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toofine wrote:
wheel option 1: Ksyrium ES's (clincher with veloflex tires)
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WW wheel option 2: Zipp 303 (tubulars with Tufo elite jet's)


I'd get a wheelset from bikemesenger - a lot more for your money.

But, that said, back to topic, I'm a wino too! Can't afford a whole lot, but there's nothing like a good bottle, or two...


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Good luck with the build... lucky for me, my wife is the resident sommalier and she has the expensive habit, which I benefit from.


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