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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:47 pm 
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Apologies for the low quality pic but here's a pic of my first Ti road bike, of course it had to be BB30, well PF30 in this case 8) . Its certainly not super light at around 6.7kg, but that was never the intention, I just wanted a smooth riding and durable rig, having realised that a carbon fibre, super light rocket is wasted on me lol, hence my Litespeed Archon C1 will soon be gracing the For Sale section.

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Frame: Lynskey Helix OS medium
Fork: Enve 2.0
Headset: Chris King Inset
Shifters: DA 7900
Brakes: DA 7900
Rear derailleur: DA 7900
Front derailleur: DA 7900
Stem: Zipp Service Course SL
Bars: Zipp SL classic bend
Cranks: Cannondale Hollogram SL
Rings: Stronglight CT2
Pedals: Speedplay X1
Cassette: Sram Red
Seatpost: Lynskey
Saddle: Fizik Kurve Chameleon
Bottle cages: Arundal Carbon
Chain: KMC X10SL
Wheels: Lightweight Gen 1 20/20
Tires: Vittoria Corsa CX

Gave its first ride last night and it felt amazing, very stiff and comfortable, albeit with a different saddle, I haven't yet tried the new Kurve pictured. Future upgrades planned are Praxis rings, Aligator i-Links, fatter tubs, something like 24mm, probably gonna retire my aged Speedplays and maybe get Dura Ace SPD-SL's and I'm still deciding if I want to get some lighter callipers or use my M5's?

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 6:58 pm 
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Great looking bike mate, shame about the pic. It deserves something better. As I expected the Dale cranks follow you around everywhere. We don't see many of them on TI bikes. The seatpost also looks right.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:32 pm 
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Very nice! :thumbup:


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Yeah I'll take the camera up the shop and take some better pics. Wasn't sure I could live with an inline post, but I have plenty of reach, got the seat post as part of the deal with the frame set and really wanted to use it, would maybe like a Ti stem to match but they are pretty pricey and not many around in 130mm 6 degree, shame the Spin on that lovely Renovo wooden frame machine are only available in -10 degree :cry:

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Whats the stiffness of the bar like? I'm considering a set but my friend tells me the "stiff version" of the bar is still horribly flexy.


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Love it!!!


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Looks like CAADHEAD needs a new name...


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:51 am 
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CamW wrote:
Whats the stiffness of the bar like? I'm considering a set but my friend tells me the "stiff version" of the bar is still horribly flexy.


I can't say that it feels particularly flexy? I'm no lightweight and have a very stiff setup on my SystemSix in a Deda Trentacinque 35 combo, the Zipps certainly don't feel noticeably flexier, but now you've brought it up I'll give 'em a twist later :lol:

What are peoples thoughts on sticking my Bram M5 callipers on? They are certainly lighter, but maybe a bit too industrial looking maybe for this build?

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CAADHEAD wrote:
CamW wrote:
Whats the stiffness of the bar like? I'm considering a set but my friend tells me the "stiff version" of the bar is still horribly flexy.


I can't say that it feels particularly flexy? I'm no lightweight and have a very stiff setup on my SystemSix in a Deda Trentacinque 35 combo, the Zipps certainly don't feel noticeably flexier, but now you've brought it up I'll give 'em a twist later :lol:

What are peoples thoughts on sticking my Bram M5 callipers on? They are certainly lighter, but maybe a bit too industrial looking maybe for this build? What about tub recommendation, I don't race and use Gatorskin tubs on a day to day basis. Its been been a while since I used a racing tub like the Corsa's on here and although they felt great, for the riding I do mainly in rural locations I'd like something with a wider profile for more comfort and maybe flat protection but something a little nippier than the Gator's. I like the look of Corsa Evo CG but don't like the green tread, what are peoples thoughts on something in the 22 to 24mm tub profile range? I do have one brand new GP4000 tub here and thought I'd maybe buy another and try those out?

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Looks like CAADHEAD needs a new name...


Lol, well all suggestions gratefully received :?: 8)

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Forgot to add: Sweet bike!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:39 am 
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Put the M5 brakes on. The Helix is industrial, and those calipers are lighter. Go for it.


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Stolichnaya wrote:
Put the M5 brakes on. The Helix is industrial, and those calipers are lighter. Go for it.

Agree. It's a fully modern bike, so why not.


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Nice bike...! I love the setup you have. A question, maybe silly one, lightweight wheels are envy or is it just the stickers on envy hoops?


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