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trychle
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HOLY MOLY! Where did you buy those Empires? :shock:

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6to
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Bontrager aeolus 5 to match my new madone 5.9 frameset.

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Sidi Ergo 2's

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Do you suffer more when you train, or cannot train?

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prendrefeu
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New mini pump.
Small, light, affordable.

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ticou
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by ticou

Finally got round to getting the Zonda's. If I hit the gym for two months I should get below the 109 kilo weight limit. So their my personal trainer as well. So a totally Italian bike save the tires and tubes.

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astranoc
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prendrefeu wrote:New mini pump.
Small, light, affordable.



Have you tried it at all? A review I was reading was saying that after 400 strokes they were barely around 55psi. I know it's mini and all, but will it actually help you get where you 're going? :D

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prendrefeu
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Nope, haven't tried it at all.... but might as well. I saw that review, but also saw other reviews that noted getting the pump up to 100psi without issue. Since I couldn't find any solid, reliable review and the price was low, I figure I should give it a go myself.

$20 shipped, worth the experiment. I want to be surprised, keeping optimistic.

I'll post a review maybe?
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prendrefeu, a review would be nice, I am always looking for a smaller pump!!! : )


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Hugh investment! :P

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got me some shoes for 200$. figured i'd try!
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manne
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Newton shallow.

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nathanong87 wrote:got me some shoes for 200$. figured i'd try!
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Love mine!
Speedplay is the devil!

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Brandt
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Bought a 2012 Fondriest TF2 1.0, a Chorus gruppo and Zonda wheels. For some reason my italian steed was mounted with Ultegra and R500 wheels, which I'm obviously replacing. Should be ready for the spring when the snow is gone :)

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manne wrote:Newton shallow.

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Fy Faen. Nice bike. Love the shallows :thumbup:

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by ticou

Brandt wrote:Bought a 2012 Fondriest TF2 1.0, a Chorus gruppo and Zonda wheels. For some reason my italian steed was mounted with Ultegra and R500 wheels, which I'm obviously replacing. Should be ready for the spring when the snow is gone :)


Good man, what a cheap shot from Fondriest there. You'll be v.happy with Chorus and my first bimble on me Zonda front promises good things.

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