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PARKJAEBUM
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by PARKJAEBUM

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Configuration is:

Colnago C59 52s Italy Team Edition
Deda Superleggera bars and stem
Campagnolo SuperRecord groupset
Campagnolo Shamal Mille with SCHWALBE ONE 25mm tyres
Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon Saddle
Look Keo Blade Carbon2 pedals
Fizik 2mm superlight bar tape
Garmin mount

Comes in at 7.3Kg

Now, I can die in a peace lol

by Weenie


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corky
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by corky

Lovely bike....but feel sad for the rear mech.....

PARKJAEBUM
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by PARKJAEBUM

I am considering change my wheel soon~!

moonoi
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by moonoi

Nothing wrong with your wheels, but your chain is far too short and you're going to kill that rear mech


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Calnago
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by Calnago

Don't know that the chain is too short or just that he's taken the photo in a poor chainring/cog combo. Let's see a pic with the chain in the small/small combo. What is way too short is the rear brake cabling.
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PSM
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by PSM

Nice COINAGO.

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

Isn't that a Zero100 stem?

PARKJAEBUM
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by PARKJAEBUM

Yes It is ZERO100 Stem ^^

PARKJAEBUM
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by PARKJAEBUM

You guys meaning that probelm of rear derailleur? I Don't know exact meaning of your mention plz let me know.
I want to learn bike maintanence skills ㅜ,ㅜ

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corky
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by corky

Your rear derailleur is very stretched, if you leave it in that big ring/ big cog combination the spring in the rear mech will lose it's springiness and gear changes will become noisy and ineffective. IF you ride in that combination too much you will also stretch/wear the chain prematurely.
TRy to avoid large/large and small/small gear combinations as much as possible to prolong drivetrain longevity.

Hope that helps..... It is a lovely bike

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mrgray
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by mrgray

terrific frame and the wheels look great with it. well done. hope you enjoy!
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