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ferrarista
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by ferrarista

where is the review of this bike cippo?? :up:
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Sorry guys...bikes are on hold for a few weeks.
Early August should see a new batch of pics and reviews :lol:
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by rgkicksbutt

Yes that would be great. I would very much appreciate this bike reviewed. Especially compared to other frames you have had.

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by Raxel

Are there anywhere I can still get the frame?
Wonder how much the BB30 adaptor weighs.

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by Tinea Pedis

http://pedalforce.com/online/product_in ... a1b82b634c

and this is CERTAINLY worth considering if you want this frame!

:unbelievable:
http://pedalforce.com/online/product_in ... s_id=13684

Although I have no idea on the difference between the CG1 and the RS2.

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ferrarista
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by ferrarista

Raxel wrote:Are there anywhere I can still get the frame?
Wonder how much the BB30 adaptor weighs.



I saw on an italian forum that the adapter weighs 49 grams and is stamped FSA on it.

if I was buying a bb30 frame I would surely take advantage of that and not put a sleeve in it, but that just me.
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by jbucky1

I have a CG1 (59cm) been built up and ridden for over a month now. Is anyone having the same brake issue that i am running into? Rear Brake Bridge is very low on seatstays = ~1-2mm clearance (gap) between SRAM Red Caliper and Tyre (Conti 4000).
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by bcheung

Same here.

jbucky1
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by jbucky1

kinda sucks I wanted to run some 25/s 27's for some roubaix action.

My conti 23's are so tight, my Hutch fusion 3's have more room (I think due to rounder profile)

Do you think the brake bridge this low is normal? for CG1

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bcheung
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by bcheung

I ran my bike with 25s just fine. what brake calipers are you using?

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bcheung wrote:I ran my bike with 25s just fine. what brake calipers are you using?
jbucky1 wrote:SRAM Red Caliper and Tyre (Conti 4000)

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by wilsonianinstitute

I'm running SRAM Force calipers on my CG1 and they're fine with my 23c Michelin ProRace 3 tire. No problem!

jbucky1
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by jbucky1

yep 23's work.

25's no dice for me, brake bridge too low.

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by wolfesquire

2 years dude.......2 years.

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by jbucky1

2 years 4 months.

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