Gaulzetti Interclub

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muffinman
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by muffinman

Year in the making, finally got it.
I need to get my friend to take better quality photos


Frame/Fork: Gaulzetti Interclub
Headset: FSA
Crankset: Cannondale Hollowgram Si w/ Stages gen 3
Chainrings: 52/36 Spidering
Pedals: Dura Ace
Shifters/Derailleurs: 8050 w/ bar end junction
Saddle: Pro Stealth Carbon
Seatmast Topper: PMP 14mm
Handlebars: 3T Rotundo LTD 40cm
Stem: FSA SL-K 120mm -12 w/ logos removed
Brakes: Dura Ace
Wheels: HED Belgium C2/DT 240s/Vittoria Corsa 28mm
Cassette: 8000 11-30
Cages: King Ti
Computer: SRM PC8

Only change I'd really make in the future is maybe a WOOdman topper because the PMP one is really heavy, but that's not a priority at all.

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

I've heard Gaulzetti is a real pill, but there's no denying that is a lovely bike. Great choice of finishing kit too, it all goes together really nicely.

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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

Chapeau!

Lovely headtube and stem combo. (I can't un-see some custom Parlee's.)

And I really like your matching silver SRM headunit. No matter the size, details matter!

Wondering what BB you've got. With the C'dale crank, does it mean PF30?

Interesting seat-tube paint - plays tricks with my eyes.

NiFTY
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by NiFTY

Perfect
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Gearjunkie
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by Gearjunkie

Yes, very nice.

I also like the silver PCM but also the seat tube paint and down tube logo. Beautiful.

Curious about the crank. The arms are Si but is the spidering is the 10 arm version from the SiSL2?

glam2deaf
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by glam2deaf

Oh man, this is nice, I don't think I've seen an interclub I didn't like.
Gearjunkie wrote:
Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:24 am
Curious about the crank. The arms are Si but is the spidering is the 10 arm version from the SiSL2?
Same interface between the Hollowgrams, so easy to do.

Fiery
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by Fiery

Interesting geometry - I wouldn’t expect such long chainstays for such a small and aggressively set up bike. Would you happen to know why Craig designed it like that? I know he pays great attention to where he places the wheels in relation to the rider, so I’m sure he had a very good reason for this.
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PinaRene
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by PinaRene

Lovely bike - great paintwork and longer chainstays = cobblestones bike, great for Tour de Flandres or Paris-Roubaix. Also like the fit of the -12º stem, and the SRM PC8 makes it so damn sexy, because the colour matches the silver paintwork details perfectly.

muffinman
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by muffinman

Johnny Rad wrote:Chapeau!

Lovely headtube and stem combo. (I can't un-see some custom Parlee's.)

And I really like your matching silver SRM headunit. No matter the size, details matter!

Wondering what BB you've got. With the C'dale crank, does it mean PF30?

Interesting seat-tube paint - plays tricks with my eyes.

PF30 bottom bracket, yup!

Fiery wrote:Interesting geometry - I wouldn’t expect such long chainstays for such a small and aggressively set up bike. Would you happen to know why Craig designed it like that? I know he pays great attention to where he places the wheels in relation to the rider, so I’m sure he had a very good reason for this.
PinaRene wrote:Lovely bike - great paintwork and longer chainstays = cobblestones bike, great for Tour de Flandres or Paris-Roubaix. Also like the fit of the -12º stem, and the SRM PC8 makes it so damn sexy, because the colour matches the silver paintwork details perfectly.

Based on my emails/calls and described riding style, this is what Craig came up for me. I really liked how my Boone descended with road tires and that had 425 stays. The geo turned out to be like a smaller trek domane koppenburg, which I’ve always thought was a super cool bike but they didn’t make them small enough for me. The only real requirements from the bike was that a tt close to level and an isp, so I left most of the geo up to Craig because he’s more experienced than I am at this.

rheosibal
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by rheosibal

Tiiiiight. Where's the Moots at

muffinman
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by muffinman

rheosibal wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:27 am
Tiiiiight. Where's the Moots at
It just wasn't the bike for me :(

I rode it for 1300 miles and I never once really felt at home on it, so I'm letting my friend have it instead.

Super Brad
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by Super Brad

This thing is so tidy, well done

ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Amazing, well done! How does it ride? How long from order to delivery?


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mdeth1313
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by mdeth1313

Love these frames. Looks great. Enjoy!
Speedplay is the devil!

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rheosibal
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by rheosibal

muffinman wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:00 am
It just wasn't the bike for me :(

I rode it for 1300 miles and I never once really felt at home on it, so I'm letting my friend have it instead.
When he's done with it, my turn!

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