Graldens Trek Speed concept

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by gralden

Due to others requesting me to post on this forum page after seeing my article featured on last year, I am including a couple pictures of my bike as well as a little information. You can see more pictures on my blog listed below. Comments are always welcome as this bike is always a work in process. This is what it started off this season looking like. It is a standard 2011 model with a few updates
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by grid256

This is way tricked out. I suppose you could start with the saddle. Custom right?

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by jimaizumi

Saw this on Tririg a while ago... Welcome and nice bike!
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by jdp211

What kind of disk is that?

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by hansonator69

jdp211 wrote:What kind of disk is that?

Zipp 950 with Easton decals.
Slam your stem.

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by TerribleCadence

Also saw this on tri rig, all mod's done by the owner. Custom carbon fairing on top tube to hide cabling into frame, which was expected to save 4 watts And a custom chainring cover. Surprised you didn't add all the detailed shots that were used on tri rig.
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by gralden

Yes, the saddle is custom as well as most of the other parts that look like they are not a standard part. The saddle is currently being updated to include a little padding, it is not so easy to ride for a long time on right now. The design cleans up the area around the saddle as well as meeting the UCI 240mm minimum length requirement.

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by durkonion

I'd love to see some close-ups of the water bottle, saddle, and Power Tap mount. They are all really slick.

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by gralden

Check out a few pictures of the saddle, water bottle and computer mount on my blog, I just addad a few. If you are interested in beeing more bike pictures, please check out my website. I would be more then happy to answer any questions you might have, thanks, Glen

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by milkbaby

Holy smokes that looks awesome and awesomly fast... :thumbup:

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