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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Thom - what a lovely and classy bike!

ingmar
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by ingmar

my new bike

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by Weenie


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n3zos
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by n3zos

:shock:


ingmar
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by ingmar

the wheels will be changed by zipp 808 wheels! this wheel are with powertab! great for training


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kgt
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by kgt

The final build including a new selle italia flite kit carbonio. I am done!
Some better photos soon!

Wilier cento
Frame: Wilier cento (2008 model) size L 1000
Fork: mizuno – Wilier cento 320
Headset: Ritchey wcs carbon 68
Headset cup - starnut: Ritchey with extralite top cap 31
Headset spacers: Ritchey carbon 15mm 7
Handlebar: Ritchey wcs 31,8 (44cm) 245
Handlebar tape: Bontrager grippy 75
Stem: Ritchey wcs 4axis 31,8 (10cm) 118
Seatpost: Richey wcs carbon 31,6 x 400mm 217
Seatpost clamp: extralite 12
Saddle: Selle Italia flite kit carbonio 153
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Record 2008 188
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Record 2008 77
Front derailleur clamp: Wilier 19
Controls: Campagnolo Centaur QS 2007 335
Brakes: kcnc (with swisstop green pads) 165
Crankset: Campagnolo Chorus 39/53 2007 690
Crankset cups: Campagnolo Record 2007 49
Pedals: look keo sprint (laneo model) 255
Chain: kmc x10 sl silver 236
Cassette: Campagnolo Chorus 12-25 2008 229
Cassete lockring: kcnc 5
Housing-cables: Campagnolo 2007 200
Cable guide plate: Wilier 5
Wheels: Fulcrum racing zero red 655 + 813 = 1468
Quick releases: kcnc 44
Tyres: Challenge gara 23mm 480
Tubes: Ritchey light 160
Bottle cage: Campagnolo Centaur carbon 35
Bottle cage bolts: extralite alu 4

TOTAL 6890 (verified)

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miltmaster3
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by miltmaster3

wow i love it my friend
πατα τραβα ρε

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giant man
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ingmar wrote:my new bike

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Haven ridden a Cento Uno for the first time today, just like yours in the WC graphics, I can see what the fuss is about. Omg what a lovely frame. Massively tubed and supremely comfortable. Very very capable, and a bike on my list!! Nice one. Any chance of a build list?

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by kgt

Better photos!
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Thom_y
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by Thom_y

ingmar wrote:my new bike

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almost as nice as mine ENJOY>

raspaa
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by raspaa

ingmar wrote:my new bike

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best looking Willier...love the WC stripes, adds classic touch to the frame
grind it out

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Thom_y
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by Thom_y

giant man wrote:Haven ridden a Cento Uno for the first time today,... I can see what the fuss is about. ... Very very capable, and a bike on my list!!


Clearly, they are not just about looks... Amazing bike to ride (and look at). Excellent reviews in ProCycling magazine (Pippo on cover) and also review on competitivecyclist.com website.

MARLON
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by MARLON

sorry for spam...but this one was for years my favorite frame :shock:

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@ Ingmar...

very nice..best Ballan built i see by far...would change the saddle to black and put some Lightweights Gen III on :D
BACK IN BLACK

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giant man
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Thom_y wrote:
giant man wrote:Haven ridden a Cento Uno for the first time today,... I can see what the fuss is about. ... Very very capable, and a bike on my list!!


Clearly, they are not just about looks... Amazing bike to ride (and look at). Excellent reviews in ProCycling magazine (Pippo on cover) and also review on competitivecyclist.com website.

Absolutely! I had no intention of adding the Cento Uno to my potential purchase list but after riding it, wow! Just a lovely ride, the one I rode had Fulcrum Zeros and SR11. I really didn't want to get off it! No really.

by Weenie


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