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LionelB
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by LionelB

prendrefeu wrote:Le vélo est plus joli avec les Hyperons.

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coloclimber
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by coloclimber

Absolutely Beautiful.
SR cassette with the hyperons?
Chorus cassette with Boras?
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LionelB
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by LionelB

coloclimber wrote:Absolutely Beautiful.
SR cassette with the hyperons?
Chorus cassette with Boras?


Yep, good eyes...

mike
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by mike

only thing i would change is your seatpost. you're saddle rails are pushed all the way forward to compensate for your setback post. just get a nonsetback post and have your saddle rails in the middle

konky
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by konky

Non setback posts are more aesthetically pleasing also. Maybe it's just me but I find setback posts ugly.

Absolutely superb bike by the way. It looks amazing even with a setback!

LionelB
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mike wrote:only thing i would change is your seatpost. you're saddle rails are pushed all the way forward to compensate for your setback post. just get a nonsetback post and have your saddle rails in the middle

No it's not, it is clamped in the middle of the rails. The bike was designed around a 25mm setback post.

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by coppercook62

Suck a nice bike I really like the graphics.

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jmilliron
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by jmilliron

Setback posts looks way more pro.
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by natiedean24

Awesome! I love all the red accents; not just the paint, but the bar ends, showing through the tape, cable crimps. Very well done!

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by shoopdawoop

Looks light, fast, and clean and thus beautiful! The carbon layup makes me think of some kind of crazy stealth camo, I love it!

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This bike is a WIN!!! iLike! :D :thumbup:
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Powerful Pete
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Love it. And I agree with prendrefeu in terms of my fashion-weenie-ness!
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LionelB
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by LionelB

Thanks guys. I can't really think about anything that would make this bike better.

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by LionelB

Still enjoying this bike a ton. The F8 is fantastic but this one is too. Some pics with the LW. Some bikes are keepers and this one is ;)

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sub7kg
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by sub7kg

Nice are the Arundel Mandibles worth the expense, there are lots of Chinese ones out there for half the price. But something is niggling at me to buy some Mandibles.

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