TT Rig and race bike for 2012

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Voye
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by Voye

Here is the TT bike for this summer. Seatpost still needs to be cut and lowered but you get the idea. First ride should be this weekend since the weather is nice now here. It won't make me faster but still should be fun to ride.

The Scott CR1 will be the road race bike for this summer. I also have a CAAD9 that will be used for Crits and training. The Scott sits at 6.9kg ish as you see it with nothing fancy or light. It could be in the low to mid 6 without to much effort but since it is a race bike the focus was on solid and not too expensive.

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irf3
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by irf3

Who makes that frame? I've never seen one like that before, great looking ride.

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Voye
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by Voye

Thanks for the comment

The frame is an open mould with custom paint and decals from our team done here by a local guy that does great work. The wheels are also build for our team by my buddy/team mate.

Valbrona
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by Valbrona

Voye wrote:The frame is an open mould .


Great frame, but I am not sure about that term 'open mould'.

jdp211
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by jdp211

Open mold is the same as the no name brand china frames

Valbrona
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by Valbrona

jdp211 wrote:Open mold is the same as the no name brand china frames


Yeah, I know. And aren't those combined brake/shift levers called 'brifters'?

Peter_E
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by Peter_E

Good looking Scott.

Voye
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by Voye

Thanks..I have been out with the Scott a few times already and I am really happy with it. Ride is really smooth. Campy Record and 38mm tubulars on Conti Sprinters. Not the stiffess but plenty efficient for me. The geometry with the taller head tube fits me nicely...no spacers required under the stem..I suck but I look Pro...

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