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Werking wrote:
Sat Jan 27, 2018 1:00 pm
@Djohns I have to check the height of past clamps, perhaps major than 10 mm.

@caballero Actually I don't produce them anymore because there wasn't demand :) Let me check in some boxes if there is one in 28.6 mm, price was 30 euro.

Great !!! Do pm me if you find one. I'll take it !!

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Hey guys! Just returned from Berlin and I would like to share with you the last disc brake frame. Full painted, no stickers.

It was showed at Berliner fahrradschau in the last weekend.

Now I m working on my personal new road frame that will be exhibit at Bespoked in Bristol. If you will be in Bristol stop at my boothImageImageImageImage

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Sorry guys, I forgot the complete bike shots.

Potenza groupset probably isn't the lightest in the world, but I hope you like the paintjob art-work.

Now I'm very busy for next week: bespoked show. If you will be there stop at veloatelier booth, cheers!ImageImage

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I really :


* Love the build
* LOve the size of the bike
* LOVe the paintwork and design of it
* LOVE the fact that it is a disc bike that is turned out beautiful

Shame it isn't a Campagnolo Record/ SUper Record groupset :smartass:

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Thank you! Feedback are always welcome!
PinaRene wrote:
Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:12 pm
I really :


* Love the build
* LOve the size of the bike
* LOVe the paintwork and design of it
* LOVE the fact that it is a disc bike that is turned out beautiful

Shame it isn't a Campagnolo Record/ SUper Record groupset :smartass:
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Just a little preview of the new frame that I'll exhibit at Bespoked in a few days.

More info will be posted in the next daysImage

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Hello guys!

I'm proud to share with you my last frame creation: Anormale.

It s a tribute to Giro101 that yesterday arrived in Rovereto city that is very close to my workshop. For this reason there is some pink in the paintjob and there is the punch color on Chris king headset.

Carbon finish layup is custom made with 4 different types of CF: UD, 1k plain, 3k twill for chainstay and a new (& super expensive Image )6k spread tow on the wrapped joints.

The geometry is custom for me Image it's like a traditional geometry with 54 cm and a long head tube, 155 mm. The comfort ride at the front is very fine. At the back, the super thin seatstay are very comfortable on rough surface or long distance. The tyre clearance is very big, you can put 28 mm without any issues. The disc option is on jig actually. With disc brake the tyre clearance will be around 30 mm.

Feedback & suggestions are welcome!

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Wow, this by far is my favorite bike you’ve made, simply stunning! Bravo!


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Thank you!

I forgot, the frame weight is 830 grams with all hardware & painted. The fork is a classic enve 2.0 tapered.

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Looks absolutely stunning, the splash of colour is a nice touch, and the weave looks amazing.

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minley1 wrote:Looks absolutely stunning, the splash of colour is a nice touch, and the weave looks amazing.
Thank you very much! I really appreciate.

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nice bikes, although the one with disc brakes!

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reedplayer wrote:nice bikes, although the one with disc brakes!
Thanks! The Anormale disc is under progress. Hope to share the disc brake version soon

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Hello guys! I'm sorry for not updates the thread but I was very busy in these past months. So here we go!

In july finally I had some times to starts the production of Superleggero cages, UD continuos fiber, monocoque construction, no glue added in this cage. The "leg" is removable and weights only one gram. The shape is designed to achive the max strenght combined to flexibility and low-weight. The cages comes with a pair of black titanium screws, any other types of screw-head doesn't work.

oh, the weight, body weight is 8 grams, with the leg +1 gram. The stiffness is the same of ultra cage but with almost -40 % of less weight.
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Here the new mount for 3T ARX (not the 2018 model), Zipp or Ritchey stems, or other stems with 9 mm of bolt distance (C-C). The weight is one gram less than Stelvio classic. This new mount is Stelvio Ristretto. The final weight is 14 grams with the right tolerances. Avaible with Wahoo, Garmin or Polar heads.
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..... Integrated handlebars fan-boys.... stay tuned in the next weeks, a new kind of mount is coming!
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