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Lovely indeed. The Wilier is a killer.

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my 2 lovely bikes :)

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:05 pm 
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Very nice both. Wilier is impressive!

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Nice bikes, which do you prefer for riding?


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thanks :)

At the moment i prefer the Ridley.....maybe because i have the MAvic Wheels new...


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Nice bikes, which do you prefer for riding?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 1:02 pm 
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love the Willer

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me too! beats the Ridley on the whole line ;)

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Love those Mavic rims, they look amazing. :thumbup: They are clinchers, right; and tires are Vittoria?

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yes, Mavic Ksyrium SL WTS "Clincher" with these new Vittoria Pro Tires (best tires ever!!)



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Love those Mavic rims, they look amazing. :thumbup: They are clinchers, right; and tires are Vittoria?


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HOCHPROFIL, could you tell me do you use campagnolo record in both bikes?
The picture is too small and I can't notice that.

Wilier with amazing painting is my winner but Ridley also looks very nice. :beerchug:


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super record 11s on both bikes.

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HOCHPROFIL, could you tell me do you use campagnolo record in both bikes?
The picture is too small and I can't notice that.

Wilier with amazing painting is my winner but Ridley also looks very nice. :beerchug:


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2011 9:32 am 
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thanks :) i like yours also - very nice Cento !

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Very nice both. Wilier is impressive!


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Nice rides! I'm a Wilier fan, too, and will post pics of my Cento Uno as soon as my new Enve 3.4 wheels arrive.

ITMT: what type of seat mast topper/stubby do you have on the Ridley and have you considered replacing the heavy/clunky (IMO) Ritchey on the Wilier? I just switched the 136 gram WCS off mine for a 88 gram Woodman. Haven't ridden w/the new stubby yet (still waiting for the wheels)...

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thanks !
The Ridley Stubby is the original one which was included and i think i will let also the heavy ritchey on the Wilier because i´am with 88 kg also very heavy and it makes no sense to save 50 grams and pay 100€ for the woodman or tune cappy :)

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Nice rides! I'm a Wilier fan, too, and will post pics of my Cento Uno as soon as my new Enve 3.4 wheels arrive.

ITMT: what type of seat mast topper/stubby do you have on the Ridley and have you considered replacing the heavy/clunky (IMO) Ritchey on the Wilier? I just switched the 136 gram WCS off mine for a 88 gram Woodman. Haven't ridden w/the new stubby yet (still waiting for the wheels)...


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