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Steve Curtis
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by Steve Curtis

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well under 17 lbs if you take away the pump and bag.

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this was just thrown together ,sti's in the wrong position etc.
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KH1
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Steve - is that an XTC with rigid fork? Where do you ride it?
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one more...

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Steve Curtis
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by Steve Curtis

KH1 wrote:Steve - is that an XTC with rigid fork? Where do you ride it?

I ran the bike with 'Team' SIDS but took them off last winter and decided to run a fully rigid bike.
I love the way it rides so did'nt bother to put suspension forks back on , it gets used for everything it did before :mrgreen:

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The black machine
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The old machine
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The killing machine
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KH1
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Spectacular - Love the Bora's on the SL!
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fast700c
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by fast700c

For the flats:

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For climbing:

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Exactly the same combination Menchov used to win the Giro.

Impulsive1
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by Impulsive1

Here's my 2010 Advanced 1.
15lbs 12 ounces as you see it with pedals, cages and computer.
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painless
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Steve Curtis wrote:
KH1 wrote:Steve - is that an XTC with rigid fork? Where do you ride it?

I ran the bike with 'Team' SIDS but took them off last winter and decided to run a fully rigid bike.
I love the way it rides so did'nt bother to put suspension forks back on , it gets used for everything it did before :mrgreen:

why don't you use clipless pedals on xtc??
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Steve Curtis
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by Steve Curtis

Simply, I just don't like riding clipped in when off road.
Ive tried too many pedal/shoe combinations and NEVER found anything I liked.

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by ridley86

strobbekoen, always love your bikes. Very Pro build

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Thanks :wink:

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NICE ride there Koen. :thumbup:
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