New Ti Guy - Lynskey

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photocycler
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by photocycler

Taking advantage of a great end of year deal (30% off) I decided to give Titanium a try. Eager to also upgrade to SRAM 22, figured it was time to pull the trigger.

I haven't weighed her, not super light from what I feel but light enough. I plan to run 28mm tires also to play in the gravel sometimes.

The force 22 is quick and smooth, first short ride and the bike feels great.

Build is all SRAM force 22, all Zipp Service Course SL bars, stem, seatppost, mavic wheels
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bura
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by bura

Nice bike and really have nothing against urban culture but would be much better within a plain colored background.
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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Conratulations! A very nice addition. What is the size and I assume r200 series?
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dwaharvey
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by dwaharvey

I enjoyed the visual backdrop: reminds me of a Pegoretti paint-scheme! Nice bike too

photocycler
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by photocycler

Thx all, it's actually a roleur. I figured it was a no-brained at the price.


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whydobearsxplod
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by whydobearsxplod

Is this 53/39 with 12-32? Seems pretty great.

photocycler
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by photocycler

50/34 and 12-32- figured why not have the extra gears so went with the big cassette since I will also be riding gravel roads


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wowja
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by wowja

I jumped on the same deal. Rouleur small, what size is yours? Have you ever weighed your bike or frame?

photocycler
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by photocycler

Mine is also a small- bike fits well just running a longer stem (110) then usual

Haven't weighed it yet- guessing around mid 16ish..or maybe hoping lol


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