Jamis XenithSL, calfee di2 conversion

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sneeeky
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by sneeeky

just thought id post a couple of crappy cel phone pics of my bike before i retire her. 13.8 pounds as she sits, without the bottles and garmin.
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2002maniac
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by 2002maniac

Build list please! That's a great looking bike, why retire it? What's next?

dolophonic
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by dolophonic

Yes, very nice i had SISL's on mine too ! A sweet ride indeed.

sneeeky
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by sneeeky

2002maniac wrote:Build list please! That's a great looking bike, why retire it? What's next?


Frame: 2010 jamis xenithSL
Fork : jamis xenith
Stem: deda boat anchor i had laying around
Handlebar : 3t rotundo ltd
Saddle: ritchey carbon streem
Seatpost : omni racer
Front derauilleur : SHIMANO DURA ACE di2
Rear derauilleur : SHIMANO DURA ACE di2
Shifters : SHIMANO DURA ACE di2
Crankset : hollowgram sisl
Bottom bracket : cannondale ceramic
Pedals : speedplay zero ti
Cassette : SHIMANO DURA ACE 7900 12-25
Chain : SHIMANO 105 CN-5600 ----------------------------- 243 g
Brakes : TRP 960
Quick release : kcnc
Wheel set : lightweight genIII 20/20
Tires : conti 4000

should be a bit lighter with my mv32ul's on. im having a custom steel built, want to see if i can get something to fit a bit better. ive got longish legs for a short guy and big feet which means big saddle to bar drop and huge toe overlap. ive been having back issues too so im hoping a little less drop will help alleviate some of that.

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fadr
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by fadr

Jamis bikes are nice bikes, with Lightweight and Hollowgram SL is so nice!

hendriksend
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by hendriksend

Powered by SRAM? ;)
Nice bike

sneeeky
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by sneeeky

[quote="hendriksend"]Powered by SRAM? ;)


i was waiting for someone to catch that :beerchug:

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