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pedalatlet
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Joined: Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:38 pm
Location: Sweden

by pedalatlet

Hello WW,

Greetings from Sweden! Just signed up as member, but have been reading and learning for a time now.

Storck Fascenario 0.7 UPDATED

Frame: Storck Fascenario 0.7 size 56.
Fork: Storck Stiletto Race SL 1K/UD
Groupset: Campagnolo Record 10sp 2009 (except brakes), 34/50 11-23
Bakes: FRM CL-2 Ti
Stem: Syntace F109 ordered
Handlebar: FSA K-Force Shallow
Seatpost: Syntace P6 Carbon
Saddle: Tune Speedneedle leather
Pedals: Look Keo Carbon
Wheelset: AX-Lightness SRT42 Premium, Tune Mig/Mag 45/150, Vittoria EVO CX II 23mm. AX QR.
Pads: SwissStop yellow
Cables: Gore RideOn Low Friction

Updated 2010-02-24:
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Latest update.


Whieght: 5,975 kg

Cheers!
/Ola
(now with all brakepads correct... :wink: )
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/Ola a.k.a PedalAtlet™
Storck Fascenario 0.7 @ 5,975 kg

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Roobay
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by Roobay

nice.. best Storck ive seen in a while
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yetimatt
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by yetimatt

Great looking Storck.

I think your brake pads are backwards (atleast on the front). The bolt retaining the pad on the pad holder should be towards the rear of the brake.

pedalatlet
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by pedalatlet

Thanks on the brakepads. Yes, they are indeed backwards.
My misstake. :oops:
/Ola a.k.a PedalAtlet™
Storck Fascenario 0.7 @ 5,975 kg

bencolem
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by bencolem

Not digging the stem but the rest of it is rather tidy! How much did the wheelset weigh?

pedalatlet
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by pedalatlet

The wheelset is 905 gr. (with stickers, w/o QR)
QR is 36 gr.

Bencolem, what stem do you suggest?
/Ola a.k.a PedalAtlet™
Storck Fascenario 0.7 @ 5,975 kg

aerozy
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by aerozy

Amazing bike but really got me drulling were those marvelous wheels. Amazing weight! Im guessing with all the snow you probably havent tried them yet but let us know how they roll as soon as you can ;)
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bencolem
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by bencolem

pedalatlet - fantastic wheelset (on a not too shabby bike either!). I'm a big fan of matching finishing kit - if you've got a Syntace post why not an F109 stem...

mathi
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by mathi

Lovely build , nice one 8)

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by range

Nice Storck! :thumbup:
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gandini
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by gandini

That's a very nice bike with a premium build! I hope you sure enjoy riding it.

pedalatlet
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by pedalatlet

New stem ordered, a Syntace F109. I've had the frame for a year now, it's just the wheelset that is new.
The Storck Fascenario is endeed a absolute fantastic piece of engineering. On the road you can hear it begging: Faster! Harder!
:D
/Ola a.k.a PedalAtlet™
Storck Fascenario 0.7 @ 5,975 kg

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TheBugMan
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by TheBugMan

Those wheels are really cool looking. I love the frame too!
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pk0r
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by pk0r

Very cool looking bike there. All the decals blend together really nicely (such as the red decals from the tires and on the seatpost). Really nice build there! :thumbup: Even more interesting though to get some ride impressions once the weather will allow so!
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italia1
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by italia1

first STORCK i have been impressed by, great ride
People with bling bikes who can't ride make me laugh, Cobo to make big statement in 2010

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