13 SS Evo HiMod Red Racing B/G

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Boralb
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by Boralb

Hi all,

This is the replacement frameset after my defective white/gold duraace himod frameset.
I decided to go for some new parts during this warranty period. (202 fc, sl speed post, etc...)
Nicely, new frameset arrived at good condition and lighter, probably due to the lack of extra paint.(778g frame/301g fork, size 56)
Total weight is now 6075g (5885g w/o pedals) as pictured.
I plan to ride it first time tomorrow, and share my thoughts here :thumbup:

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goatliver
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by goatliver

Stellar!

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G6612
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by G6612

Similar to mine love the bike!

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by liketoride

nice bike and pics and house

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I want more pictures of that chair, please. And your couch.
(No, I am not joking).
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airwise
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by airwise

Lovely bike but it does make me wonder how many times American brands need to get their logo on products.

I'm counting 40 there, and that's not including the "Evo" wording.Is that possibly a record and ( jokingly) what does the branding weigh :)

Hope you enjoy the ride. Look forward to your comments.

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bura
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@airwise: +1 on the logo part.

Takes nothing away from a great bike (except stem) and great photography.

Photo shooting in Gianni Versace's house? :noidea: :) :beerchug:
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ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Awesome bike! What your position on it? Been having a massive internal cerebral war about one of these or a Caad10...
bb-saddle top
saddle setback
saddle-bars drop
tip saddle-center bars

bruno2000
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by bruno2000

Very nice looking bike. And nice photoshoot.

MarkTwain
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by MarkTwain

airwise wrote:Lovely bike but it does make me wonder how many times American brands need to get their logo on products.

Look are the same. As are Canyon and Colnago. Don't lay the blame totally on the Americans.

Incredible bike and weight. Keyline font is quite classy.

Boralb
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by Boralb

ultyguy wrote:Awesome bike! What your position on it? Been having a massive internal cerebral war about one of these or a Caad10...
bb-saddle top
saddle setback
saddle-bars drop
tip saddle-center bars


Thank you..

bb-saddle top 75cm
saddle setback 20mm
saddle-bars drop 6/6.5cm
tip saddle-center bars 56.5cm

airwise wrote:Lovely bike but it does make me wonder how many times American brands need to get their logo on products.

I'm counting 40 there, and that's not including the "Evo" wording.Is that possibly a record and ( jokingly) what does the branding weigh :)

Hope you enjoy the ride. Look forward to your comments.


Thanks i hope so.
You are exactly right, there are totally 15 logos on bike. Luckily all fonts are hollow and less noticable to eye.

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by ross

Seriously nice ride there chap, any chance of some outdoor sunlit pics?

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giant man
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by giant man

Not as nice as your white/gold one imo, but still tidy! Glad to hear you got it sorted

ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Thanks for those!

I'm guessing you meant to put 50 instead of 20 for setback? And finally, what length stem? Thanks!

Boralb
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by Boralb

ultyguy wrote:Thanks for those!

I'm guessing you meant to put 50 instead of 20 for setback? And finally, what length stem? Thanks!


Yes, i've written down the post setback :sorry:
Saddle setback is 55mm and stem 110mm/-12 degree.

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