Storck Fenomalist size 57 6.3 kg. new pictures page 2

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Juggler
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by Juggler

What a beauty...

I'll shoot some pics of mine tomorrow...
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Elrey
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by Elrey

Thansk. Looking forward to that.

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jmilliron
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by jmilliron

Wow. Gorgeous.

Everything looks fantastic. The Red cranks with plain rings especially stand out. Much better looking then the stock rings.

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Elrey
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by Elrey

jmilliron wrote:Wow. Gorgeous.

Everything looks fantastic. The Red cranks with plain rings especially stand out. Much better looking then the stock rings.

:beerchug:

Thanks man. I'm really happy about the chainring choice to.

jhamlin38
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by jhamlin38

that is incredible.
it's a perfect modern timeless example.
I love the radiused elements, and how they all work together, with the lower profile wheels. The head tube, stem, bar bend, zonco saddle and bent seat post all work. There's even something about the tube joints that has a bulbous effect.
awesome job.
the photography is equally stunning. Love that door!

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Hehe. Thanks. That was a lot of kind words! I appreciate it.
The photos are just from my backyard. I lazy so, i always shoot the photos there :)

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by fitty4

Great bike! maybe you should edit your build list, not everybody knows that "skiftegreb" is shifters ;)

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Hehe. It's Danglish for shifters :D

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by NTMAD8R22

Killer build!


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Discoverspeed
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by Discoverspeed

Outstanding build! Super light weight at size 57 without resorting to "exotic weenie parts". You can ride with confidence on this.

Also, a fine example of a Storck with a normal set back seat post. Sort of debunks the myth that Storcks should be built with zero set back posts.

Very very nice.

How does it ride?
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by kgt

Very, very nice! :thumbup:

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by RichTheRoadie

The new SRAM Red chainrings are closer together for improved front shifting - do the Stronglights not eliminate that?

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Thanks for all the nice words!

Discoverspeed: It's stiff and very responsive. But, sad to say. I have just as much fun on my Canyon Roadlite. So... I'm selling it to a 14 year old national team rider.

Getting my BMC Teammachine SLR01 next week.

BikeTart: Don't know. It's been to bad a weather to ride in. Well at least on the Storck.

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Discoverspeed wrote:Outstanding build! Super light weight at size 57 without resorting to "exotic weenie parts". You can ride with confidence on this.

Also, a fine example of a Storck with a normal set back seat post. Sort of debunks the myth that Storcks should be built with zero set back posts.

Very very nice.

How does it ride?

You can stick any seatpost in there that you want as long as it fits. But it's not a "myth" that Marcus Stork would assume that, if you subscribe to his fit philosophy, that you will be using a zero setback post in his frames. At least that's what the dealer told me. My response to that is if I want to be in a quasi TT position I'll use my tt bike. Beautiful frames to look at though. And like others have said, if it works for you, then great!
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