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Gazelleer
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by Gazelleer

My Scott CR1 Team uprated to Dura Ace:

frame: Scott CR1 Team (M, 54cm, 2005)
fork: Time Avant Stiff+ [was Scott CR1 Team]
headset: FSA Orbit
seat: Sella Italia SLR
seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon (31.6 x 400mm)
seat clamp: Scott
wheels: Reynolds SDV66 clincher [was Reynolds Stratus clincher]
skewers: Dura Ace
tires: Michelin Pro2 Light 23 mm
tubes: Maxxis Flyweight
rim tape: Continental
pedals: Dura Ace PD-7810 SPD-SL [was PD-7800 SPD-SL [was PD-7410 (SPD)]]
crankset: Dura Ace FC-7800 (180mm, 53/42)
front derailleur: Dura Ace FD-7800
rear derailleur: Dura Ace RD-7800
cassette: Dura Ace Dura-Ace CS-7800 (12-21)
chain: Dura Ace CH-7800
STI levers: Dura Ace ST-7800
brakes: Dura Ace BR-7800
brake cables: Shimano SLR
shift cables: Shimano (4mm)
stem: Ritchey WCS (140mm)
handlebars: Deda 215 Deep Drop [was Deda 215 Anatomic] (420mm c/c)
handlebar tape: Ciclolinea Cork (very good, smooth winding) [was Scott]

My mountain bike is a Rocky Mountain Element Team Sc with a Marzocchi MX Pro Race fork
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Scott CR1 Team
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RM Element Team Sc
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New fork and pedals
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col hicks
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by col hicks

very nice what weight is it :D

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popawheelie
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by popawheelie

How do you like those wheels? What model are they? How many miles do you Have on them? Do they have a 34 mm profile?

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Stealth!

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by Sleg8

very nice, but your front skewer is around the wrong way
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Sleg8 wrote:very nice, but your front skewer is around the wrong way


why do you say that?
21 for road 27 for mtb :D

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Gazelleer
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popawheelie wrote:How do you like those wheels? What model are they? How many miles do you Have on them? Do they have a 34 mm profile?

They are 2004 Stratus clinchers, 46mm deep. I have only around 1000km on them, only in dry weather. So far they're good. I use Koolstop for carbon pads on them and braking is surprisingly good although modulation is better on aluminium. Also, the end caps slide onto the axle and have a tiny bit of play, therefore you have to close the skewers - especially the rear wheel one - a bit tighter than you would normally do to avoid play in the wheel. But those are minor points, I am generally very pleased with them.
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Sleg8 wrote:very nice, but your front skewer is around the wrong way

Actually the design of the dropout is such that it gets in the way of the Shimano skewers when you install it the right way around. You will not be able to align the handle properly with the fork that way, it will be sticking straight up or even slightly forward.

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Gazelleer
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col hicks wrote:very nice what weight is it :D

I have no proper scales available to weigh the entire bike but I will get back on it.

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col hicks wrote:very nice what weight is it :D

7.1 kg complete with cage and computer

Trek OCLV
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jvs wrote:My Scott CR1 Team uprated to Dura Ace:

frame: Scott CR1 Team (M, 54cm, 2005)
fork: Scott CR1 Team
headset: FSA Orbit
seat: Sella Italia SLR
seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon (31.6 x 400mm)
seat clamp: Scott
wheels: Reynolds Stratus Clincher
skewers: Dura Ace
tires: Michelin Pro Light 23 mm
tubes: Maxxis Flyweight
rim tape: Continental
pedals: Dura Ace PD-7410 (SPD)
crankset: Dura Ace FC-7800 (180mm, 53/42)
front derailleur: Dura Ace FD-7800
rear derailleur: Dura Ace RD-7800
cassette: Dura Ace Dura-Ace CS-7800 (12-21)
chain: Dura Ace CH-7800
STI levers: Dura Ace ST-7800
brakes: Dura Ace BR-7800
brake cables: Shimano SLR
shift cables: Shimano (4mm)
stem: Ritchey WCS (140mm)
handlebars: Deda Anatomic 215 (420mm c/c)
handlebar tape: Scott


hey can you tell me where you'd buy the reynolds? and do they have the tube version also? and what did you pay for them (if i may ask) and can you get a pricelist for me (i live in holland too)
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Some new pictures of the CR1. Very nice frame but the original fork was a bit harsh for my taste. The Time Avant fork suits the frame much better, better cornering too. It's almost a different bike with the Time fork, love it! Surprisingly, the Reynolds SDV66c's are more comfortable than the DV46c's I had before, apparently because the high carbon sidewalls allow a bit of flex. Great wheels so far.

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My stable of old steel.
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Voodoo Dambala 29er SS
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