Guerciotti (Deda) Scuro RS.

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tabmaster
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by tabmaster

Hello all, it's been nearly a year since my last post but I've returned with a thread about Mrs. Tabmasters' bike.
It's a Guerciotti (Deda) Scuro RS frame with the following items bolted on:

Rear Mech: Chorus
Front Mech: Chorus
Chainset: Chorus
Ergos: Chorus
Chain: Record
Cassette: Chorus
BB cups: Record
Calipers: Super Record

Bottle cages: Elite Sio Mior
Bars: 3t Ergonova Pro
Stem: 3t Arx Team
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite flow
Tape: Lizardskins
Pedals: Look Keo carbon
Skewers:KCNC SS

The wheels, which are yet to be built, will be Royce hubs laced onto 50mm carbon (gigantex or similar) rims with Sapim CX-rays, laced 2x 20/24. Tubs, Vittoria Evo CX.

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Thoughts?



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by andyindo

These are nice! Whats the ride like? :up:

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by Valbrona

The Scuro RS is a top notch frame, just like the more recent versions of it. I believe those Kingpin seat clamps allow a bit of adjustment, but I would be interested to hear exactly how they work.

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