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cerro
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by cerro

Really nice bike. Better with the slope than spacers ;)
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by Ciclicasati

drool.

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by gumgardner

Thanks everyone. Once it gets nice out, I'll update some photos. I didn't realize my post slipped a little prior to me taking the pics. I put some carbon paste and tightened down the clamp. Shouldn't happen anymore. :wink:

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by Juanmoretime

What does the stick weigh? Very nice looking bike and weight! Congratulations. :beerchug:
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by gumgardner

Not very much. It snapped towards the end :mrgreen:

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by CarlTroy

gumgardner wrote:Not very much. It snapped towards the end :mrgreen:

That's cause the bike's a pig :mrgreen:

Love it with the 45s :thumbup:

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by gumgardner

Well it's snowing and I was bored so I snapped a few photos. This is the final version. I've decided to go with a shorter stem.

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by timintense

awesome pics, love it :thumbup:
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by BmanX

I love everything about this bike except the cabling at the front. It seems to just take away from such a clean build.
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by gumgardner

The internal routing has some sharper bends that don't work well with the Powercordz. Any bends, really, aren't good with Powercordz, so you need a little extra slack to "smooth out" the bend. It's ok shifting, but it would be better with regular cables. I'll keep them on as long as I can tolerate it, then I'll switch it out for i-Links. Things would get tighter :thumbup:

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by astranoc

The finish of the frame is just amazing.

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cerro
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It's so nice even if I usually don't like black bikes.

No shield for the bottom bracket, because of weight just or some special length on the spindle?
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by SWijland

I really like your bike! Aside for the C'dale crankset. For some reason it does not seem to work well with the somewhat 'organic' styling of the frame.

Somehow I like the look of this frame even more than I like the look of your latest frame.

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by Fuchspk

looks lovely :thumbup:

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by fastrow23

Stunning bike with nice camera work as well. What sort of equipment do you use to shoot?

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