TREK Madone #7

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markyboy
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by markyboy

:thumbup: superb
Roll on summer
COLNAGO C60 SUPER RECORD EPS
Pinarello f8 sram etap
Eddy merckx 69 ultegra disc winter bike

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irongatsby
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by irongatsby

Beautiful...very nicely done.

superb
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by superb

Nice! 8)

p.s. now you should also post on bicikel.com

tigoose
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by tigoose

excellent bike. But i would use a black Deda Newton stem because the brightness of current stem is too much imo.

paddyrider
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by paddyrider

Oh very nice; you have the Midas Touch. Your proportions are excellent, love the colours and metal finishes, classic bars - it's all good!
You must be busting to ride it now.... love to hear how you find it and how it compares to your previous C50! All this talk about looks.... the Trek is a "riding" machine too isn't it?

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eurperg
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by eurperg

Excellent! The seatpost, stem and spacers match nicely. Lance had spacers too, so it's not a crime to have them... :lol:

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Thanks guys! It would be like that without your output, too!

@superb, I will when its finished. I cant risk a +4 only ;) ;) ;)

@eurperg, in which program are you changing pics? Would like to change the wheels to UD carbon look ;)

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

paddyrider wrote:You must be busting to ride it now.... love to hear how you find it and how it compares to your previous C50! All this talk about looks.... the Trek is a "riding" machine too isn't it?

I am sure it is!! ;)
Will comment on it after the 1st ride.

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eurperg
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by eurperg

@majklnajt, I'm using Photoshop. Just find a nice UD carbon rim image, remove the white areas with elliptical marque tool or magic wand, make new layer from the rims and transform/distort + adjust curves to match the original wheelset below...

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Thanks!

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Willier
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by Willier

Didn`t you have a new SSM Concor? I am sure I saw it on some photos.
"Smart may have the answers, but stupid have all the interesting questions."

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Yes, you didi saw it! :D
I`ve put on an older model because the new one has about 5 mm higher rails and this would mean less seatpost out of the frame ;)
As mayn know from the past, this is very important by me! :D :D

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

I'm not the only one NOT digging the high rails on the new Concor's, They did the same on the new Flite's as well :noidea:
But what a sweet ride you have build there. Did you get a nos DA gruppo?
I'm almost jealous, love the polished stem :beerchug:
Hope the weathers soon suitable for a ride on this awesome machine, in your end of the world.

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Yeah, me too. I was thinkinh to swap the rails, but will for now use the old one.
No, didnt got the NOS group. But got that one (which I used between 2006 and 2009) for about 140 € :D :D Great bussiness!

For now, rollers riding only ;) Still a lot of snow here...

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Great :D
looking forward to seeing some outdoor pic's

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