2011 Scott CR1 Pro

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Boralb
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by Boralb

-2011 Scott Cr1 Pro medium, 54 size
-Sram Red Group 2013 50/34 crankset, 11/28 cassette
-Ritchey superlogic pressfit headset
-Hsc Ceramic BB86 pressfit bottom bracket
-Wheelset/Tires:Mavic Ksyrium SL/Conti 4000s
-Saddle/Seatpost:Fizik Antares Carbon 00/Ritchey Carbon Superlogic
-Stem/Handlebar:Zipp SL 145/Zipp Contour SL
-Pedals:Look Keo Blade Carbon Ti
-Lizardskins dsp race bartape
-Kcnc skewers
-Extralite ultrastar2 expander

-54 Frame with der. hanger and cable guide 925g, fork 365g(cut)
-7.3kg before the modifications, out of box.
-6.21kg as pictured


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Ozrider
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by Ozrider

Nice build for your first road bike.
IMHO Zipp 101's won't give you much advantage over your current wheels weight wise and are too shallow for any real aero advantage.
Zipp 404's will give you more advantage even though a bit more expensive.

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mudotu
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by mudotu

Amazing build and the bike looks perfect

Bora hayırlı olsunnn :D

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by jdc5r

i enjoyed the pics and the bike looks great too :)

happy riding

Boralb
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by Boralb

Bike and pictures updated :popcorn:
New weight is 6510g as pictured

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by prendrefeu

Thems'ome obsessively detailed photos there. Well done.
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mgr
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by mgr

argh that would be a perfekt match to my scale 29 pro :D

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by miltmaster3

what on earth the shimano is doing on your bike :noidea:
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timintense
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by timintense

very nice scott but i have to agree the shimano crank does look out of place
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Boralb
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by Boralb

miltmaster3 wrote:what on earth the shimano is doing on your bike :noidea:


timintense wrote:very nice scott but i have to agree the shimano crank does look out of place


I've read that, some pro's using that comb. so i gave it a try..
Duraace crank, cassette and chain with red shifters, derailleurs and brakes.

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by HillRPete

I think the Zipp stem looks more out of place than the crank. Nice bike otherwise.

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by prendrefeu

I think the wheels look more out of place than the crank or stem. The stem works well simply because of the logo colour.

But, really: nice build, congratulations, now go ride your bike!
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by fa63

Guzel olmus, hayirli olsun :thumbup:

How is riding in Istanbul, by the way? I lived in Izmir for 12 years, and having visited Istanbul a few times, I am curious to hear how the riding is and if there is a big roadie crowd.

Boralb
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by Boralb

Zipp is a bit heavier than my previous ritchey wcs carbon stem, but when sprinting or climbing out of saddle difference is obvious.

fa63 wrote:Guzel olmus, hayirli olsun :thumbup:

How is riding in Istanbul, by the way? I lived in Izmir for 12 years, and having visited Istanbul a few times, I am curious to hear how the riding is and if there is a big roadie crowd.


Tesekkur ederim, iyi dilekleriniz icin.. :)

It depends on your location.. For ex. the area i live is very convenient for cycling(at least in Istanbul)
And yes, we have a med volume roadie group consist of 30-40 person for the weekends . Also have another mixed group including mtb and city bikes, for 2 weekdays.
Hope to meet you on your next time arrival to Istanbul.

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by Johnny Rad

Great pics. I really like the B&W color scheme. Maybe more than the blacked out matte bikes.

For what it's worth (and it's not much!), I think the Zipp stem graphics match nicely.

Do the Red LTE brifters have the yellow graphics, too?

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