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cerro
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by cerro

Auk: Very nice bike. How are those tires?
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mosovich
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by mosovich

I just got finished building my Orbea Lobular cross. I had to get custom geometry, but it worked out great! It's 19 lbs as it sits, but when I'm done, I'm sure it'll be under 18! :) I'll ad a picture later...

Auk
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by Auk

cerro wrote:Auk: Very nice bike. How are those tires?


The tires are nice. They suffer a bit in the mud and I think that is simply due to the height of the blocks.

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by 1234tuba

Here's my ride... 2006 Lemond Poprad, completely rebuilt. I normally have my alpha cx20 fork on, but with winter, I like having the option of throwing some fenders on it.

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by mosovich

as promised, I got some pics of the bike that will fit on the site. Now one thing I find interesting looking at other ORBEA cross frames is the fact that thier top tube guides are spread wide on the TT, mine are all on the top, not spread around the TT. So far I dig it, I got to trick it out, but so far it's like 18.95 lbs. as is, I think adding ti/al bolts and my tubulars, will bring it way down.
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Pimpdaddy
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by Pimpdaddy

I love this bike but many people cant get away with the short top tube!
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bissell
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by bissell

Pimpdaddy wrote:I love this bike but many people cant get away with the short top tube!


yeah and looking at the lever height you opted for a longer one??!! lol

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enté
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by enté

ADP wrote:Hi all, Cross season is nearly over but here is mine:
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The brake pads was installed in a wrong position!
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ORCHID

by ORCHID

Here is mine but i sold it 5 days ago and will receive my GUERCIOTTI with a lovely special paint in the middle of juli.
But here some specification of my Ridley

Ridley Crosswind with 4ZA Python
Record 03
FSA K-Force / Eggbeater Sl
Syntace F99 coloured/ Racelite CD
Record Seatpost with stripped Flite
Fervor F50 Crosswheelset/ Challenge Griffo Tires
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Thijsje
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by Thijsje

Oh! I thought mine allready was in this topic. Here it is:

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Speclist:

Frame: Cannondale CAAD9 SI Cyclocross
Fork: Easton EC90X
Wheels: Bontrager Race X Lite Carbon Aero
Tyres: Dugast Typhoon 34mm tubes (will be 32mm next season)

Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram SI
Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace 10spd
Rear der: Shimano Dura Ace 10spd
Front der: Shimano Dura Ace 10spd
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 10 spd
Chain: Shimano Dura Ace 10spd
Brakes: Spooky alu
Brakepads: Swissstop RAT yellow

Saddle: Selle Italia SLR
Seatpost: Easton EC70 Zero
Handlebar: Easton EA70 Wing
Stem: Cannondale C3 (will be changed)
Pedals: Crankbrothers Eggbeaters SL

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cerro
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Orchid: That's how a cyclocross shall look like. (: Why did you change to an Guercotti?
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by ORCHID

cerro wrote:Orchid: That's how a cyclocross shall look like. (: Why did you change to an Guercotti?


Oh they build nice handmade frames. They got lovely Paintschemes and sizes in 1cm steps ( not so important for cyclocross, but nice :wink: ).
I will post pics when it´s ready, i think it will be nice too like the Ridley Mc Ewen 8) .

welcomdmat
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by welcomdmat

Thijsje,
What have your impressions of the CAAD9 been? I have one on order and put the question out on a thread, but no one bit.

GeEk
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by GeEk

This is my new "baby" :D

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Weight: 7.2 kg !!!

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