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benrosa
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by benrosa

artray wrote:I have a guru , light and fast the best bike I have rode . Yet they seem not to be a WW favourite
Just because of a bad thread posted. If this was a Clumpton there would be a lot more posts . I think there is Guruphobia going on. Wicked bike :thumbup:



I am totally agreed with u. Guru's bike is good and I love their fitting system that can give me precise information to build my bike. I think their craftmentship is good but sometimes I don't like their paint design.

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by TheWizard3000

How does the bike feel ride wise? Still never seen one here in London area, when did you purchase it?
Great (and light) build :thumbup:

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Crumpton is a person, I am that person. Given L is far from R on your keyboard, I have a hard time seeing it as a typo. Too bad you are anonymous or we could do something funny with your namesake. Yeah?

artray wrote:I have a guru , light and fast the best bike I have rode . Yet they seem not to be a WW favourite
Just because of a bad thread posted. If this was a Clumpton there would be a lot more posts . I think there is Guruphobia going on. Wicked bike :thumbup:

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benrosa
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by benrosa

:mrgreen:

This is my DOGMA + EPS + HYPERON
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Nicrump ,Go ahead my name his, Ray Swarley Duck .

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benrosa
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TheWizard3000 wrote:How does the bike feel ride wise? Still never seen one here in London area, when did you purchase it?
Great (and light) build :thumbup:



Just assemble last week and never ride at the moment.

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by tonytourist

That's one good looking ride! :thumbup:

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Holy moly. You seem to go for the subdued look! :wink:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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Are you chinese or just living in china?
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Very very $$$$ good :D

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benrosa
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by benrosa

eigner wrote:Are you chinese or just living in china?



I am Hong Kong Chinese

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canbakay
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by canbakay

can you please tell us about the saddle! how it compares to others u may have used.

comfort wise especially.

thanks!

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by HammerTime2

benrosa wrote:Specs are as follows.
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Crankset - Campagnolo Super Record 11s Ti
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This bike is not finish yet. I will change the Crankset in THM and some bolts will change to TI
Yeah, terminate that piece of junk Super Record Ti crankset ... with extreme prejudice. I'll take it, if you don't know what to do with it.

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benrosa
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by benrosa

canbakay wrote:can you please tell us about the saddle! how it compares to others u may have used.

comfort wise especially.

thanks!



sorry for replying late. The saddle is very light and for me, it seems easy to crack. haha. Anyway, is very comfort but I still love SMP at the moment.

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How is the stiffness in handlebar and stem on the Guru? Good for normal use by a guy like me at 62kg you think? Or mostly just light and good looking?
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