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phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

6.75kg
Neo Hyper ISP 56cm
Full Chorus
Bora Ultra One
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SL58
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by SL58

Gladly.
But we don't know if we should move it to Hongfu bikes or Dengfu bikes?
Please enlighten. :wink:

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zeitgeist
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by zeitgeist

Nice bike!

What handlebar is that?
Shifting goes OK in the drops?

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by Grasschopper

SL58 wrote:Gladly.
But we don't know if we should move it to Hongfu bikes or Dengfu bikes?
Please enlighten. :wink:


Patrick's bikes are made by neither and are made in Taiwan not China.

dcj9
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by dcj9

another bike where the different shades of matt black are well reconciled. especially like how the boras match :thumbup:

johnsonj718
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by johnsonj718

This is the definition of BAD A$$! Amazing bike!

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LouisN
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by LouisN

Left side pic, small chainring, no close up,...?

You were in a hurry Patrick ... :lol: ?


I'd like to have more details about the seat topper...

Very tasty bike BTW :thumbup:

Louis :)

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

SL58 wrote:Gladly.
But we don't know if we should move it to Hongfu bikes or Dengfu bikes?
Please enlighten. :wink:

hahaha.
wait...that's not funny.

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

zeitgeist wrote:Nice bike!

What handlebar is that?
Shifting goes OK in the drops?


Ergonova Team Stealth.
ARX Team Stealth stem
Rigida Team Stealth fork

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

LouisN wrote:Left side pic, small chainring, no close up,...?

You were in a hurry Patrick ... :lol: ?


yeah in fact the customer was in a hurry..didn't have a chance to take any better pics..

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kbbpll
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by kbbpll

$2000 wheels and Chorus? Interesting customer.

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by iscarrr

kbbpll wrote:$2000 wheels and Chorus? Interesting customer.


You can get Bora One's for a lot cheaper than that e.g http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/sp/road-t ... AMPWHFR237

I think they go together well. 3T fork looks nice too, matches perfectly.

If they were Bora Ultra 2 + Chorus then maybe you'd have a point.

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

kbbpll wrote:$2000 wheels and Chorus? Interesting customer.


c'mon stop judging.
it was a super-record-or-divorce kind of dilemma for him.

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by Peter_E

kbbpll wrote:$2000 wheels and Chorus? Interesting customer.


If you are on a budget I would say that it is a good choice to spend less on groupset and more on wheels. Better wheels gives you a lot more performance than a more expensive groupset.

Maybe I am biased. Using Chorus 10 speed with nice wheels...

Nice bike btw.

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by btompkins0112

Peter_E wrote:
kbbpll wrote:$2000 wheels and Chorus? Interesting customer.


If you are on a budget I would say that it is a good choice to spend less on groupset and more on wheels. Better wheels gives you a lot more performance than a more expensive groupset.

Maybe I am biased. Using Chorus 10 speed with nice wheels...

Nice bike btw.


I agree with this.......you'd rather him ride SR11 with Fulcrum 5's?

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