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by solarider

Updated this morning with less shouty wheel decals. These are as stealthy as Enve produce for the XC rims. Went on a treat (actually I would be so bold as to suggest that I took more care than Enve did at the factory).



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by jrobart

Understood. I only know one person with a Moots and they absolutely love it so I'm not surprised by your feedback. And I must admit, you questioned my decision to get my Diamas SL and warned that the ride would not be remotely close to the ride of my Axiom SL. You were absolutely right. I think I've become a "Ti Guy" and much prefer to ride the Axiom over the Diamas or the Lapierre cross bike that I have. Seriously thinking about selling both the DIamas and the Lapierre and ordering a Seven Expat SL as a do everything bike.

But who knows, if I can demo a Moots for a couple or rides, I may join you!
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by AndreLM

Hi Solarider,

Great bikes! I am currently planning my next build, and I really would like to try EPS with the new v2 battery. The frame does not have the charging port (NeilPryde Bura SL), and I would not like to drill a hole in it.

I would like to understand how did you attach the extension cable with the charging port to the seat post. Did you use any specific device, or just taped it internally to the seat post?

You mentioned in the 2014 Campagnolo groups thread that fitting the battery in a 27.2 mm seat tube would be impossible, but you also mentioned later that the second installation was much easier. After your second install, what do you think? Is it feasible?

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