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 Post subject: 2nd Tri-bike is ready :)
PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 8:05 pm 
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Finally she is (almost) ready. ca 7.7kg (with competition wheels and tyres)

purpose: hilly races and as backup bike

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For who don't know, my other bike is a Giant MCR :)

The specifications

frame: Giant TCR-ONCE ltd maat M
fork: Giant Composite bladed
bottom bracket: Shimano Dura-Ace SM FC7800
crankset: Shimano Ultegra FC7800
chainrings: Shimano Dura-Ace 7800 53T en FSA 44T standaard
frontderailleur: Shimano Ultegra FD-6500
rearderailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace RD7800 SS
brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace BR7700
cassette: Shimano Ultegra CS6600 21-12T
chain: Shimano Ultegra CH6600 / KMC X10
shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace SL-BS78 TT 10v
brakelevers: Profile Design QS2
basebar: Profile Design T2 Wing OS 42cm
stem: Xtreme Pro ADJ 125mm
aerobar: Profile Design Carbon Stryke Ironman
seatpost: Mike Burrows aero 27.2
seat: Profile Design Tri-Stryke black
trainingwheels: Mavic Kysrium SSC
tyres: Vittoria Rubino 23C
pedals: Time RXE
bikecomputer: Sigma BC1606 DTS Cadance

drinkingsystem in the aerobars: Profile Design Aerodrink + adapterkit customized
bottlecages: Specialized Rib-Cage Pro (carbonlook)

Competition Wheels:
-HED.3c + Vittoria Corsa CX tubular
-American Classic CR420 38mm + Continental GP4000

The pictures

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ket's have a closer look on the drivechain. the 44T innerchainring gives a total different look to the 7800 crankset

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frontview

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the cockpit
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ready? or not?
still busy with get the fit right (and almost identical to the MCR). Know the seat-armpad heighdifference is 21cm, still very comfortable. Maybe there will be lighter brakes on it (these are very heavy with 400gram/set)


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Are you sure thats a 53T CR? It may be me but it looks bigger.


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yes, I'm sure. it's was a standard chainset (39/53T) :) I think it looks bigger due to the 44T inner chainring.


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Scighera wrote:
yes, I'm sure. it's was a standard chainset (39/53T) :) I think it looks bigger due to the 44T inner chainring.


Quite possibly. Its just me then! :lol:

I suppose on alot of tri courses you dont require a 39t CR. I know on the duathlon course I've done anything less than a 53 isnt needed.


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