white Venge 2013

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Most excellent. First white one I have seen on this board. I love it. And the component choice is breathtaking...
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by mihai

Please,kill me now.
WOW.

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by prendrefeu

Very beautiful!!
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by tonytourist

Best Venge build I've seen! 808s :no1: :podium:

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by lbrasi

jdp211 wrote:404/808 combo would look incredible


you're pretty right, it looks good and it's the best road performance

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by Rumsas

Best Venge yet

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by Calnago

Gotta agree with Rumsas... best Venge I've seen. Really clean build.
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by mfcycling

looks great

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by carbon2329

Wow! That is my favorite one i've seen.
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by Andrew69

Damn you! :mrgreen:

I thought I was set on a S5 VMD, but now Im not sure!
Simply stunning bike. Very envious :thumbup:

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by Ghost234

Can you give us some information on the SRM? It seems you have two :p

Also I've never seen one with the flow crankarms, how did you manage that?

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by lbrasi

Ghost234 wrote:Can you give us some information on the SRM? It seems you have two :p

Also I've never seen one with the flow crankarms, how did you manage that?




this is only one srm, but two cranks, the new rotor flow is a 3d+ crank too, with the same lockring as the "normal" 3d+ crank,
so i switched the srm-spider between the cranks, the decal on the srm -spider could easily be changed.

the little problem was that the flow-lockring was some nanometers bigger than the normal lockring :? , so i had to freeze the crank before mounting the spider

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by kgt

Impressive machine!

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by jmilliron

Striking! Great attention to detail!

It's rare I see a Specialized bike that I like.
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by sawyer

one point to add from the brand police ... please remove the Bianchi spacer!
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