Zabel´s private WW bike

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Reagrding the seatstyas it looks like an Intro.

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brokebackmountainbiker wrote:Which big ring is that....?


TA?

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SHOES :shock: 8)

mr Zabel is a true hardcore weight weenie, he even cuts the tops of his bottles off to save weight.


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richardtoddywoddy wrote:Does he own any other interesting bikes that perhaps would surprise people?


Yes, about 80 :shock:

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I had the pleasure of meeting him about 3,4 years ago after the World Championship. He was going on a cruise and stopped by in one of the bike shops in Miami. He bought a couple of old bikes (but new) at this shop. The guy that own's the shop has very old but still new bikes. I guess he somehow found out and took a little trip to the shop. I talked to him for a bit, super nice guy.... His bike collection must be very interesting, we should contact him and possibly have a WW member go by and take some shots of his collection.

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CarbonSports wrote:
richardtoddywoddy wrote:Does he own any other interesting bikes that perhaps would surprise people?


Yes, about 80 :shock:


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Zabel is the king!

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The frame seems to be an Intro, probably custom made for Erik and his Extreme Power. But you all know, it's a TT frame ;)

The outer chainring is a boringly normal Dura-Ace 9-speed (FC-7700), the inner ring could be the standard 10-speed(FC-7800), cause it's more polished.

Source: http://www.cyclingnews.com/road/2006/to ... _secret_tt
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@ the pic. Fabian posted.

What TT bars are those?
and what type of Saddle is that San Marco

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Would those bars be made by FES per chance?

The chainring in the oridginal pic isn't a standard DA.

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Kuiper wrote:@ the pic. Fabian posted.

What TT bars are those?
and what type of Saddle is that San Marco


Image, the bar I don't know... perhaps we should ask Stefan, that he could ask Erik...

The saddle is a Concor light Image
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...and he uses "Lightweight" brakepads. Image
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evenfasterson wrote:Would those bars be made by FES per chance?
FES could be...
The chainring in the oridginal pic isn't a standard DA.

Why do you think so?


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So when will the rest of us be able to get a CS carbon r der?

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