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newnan3
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by newnan3

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Definitely not a WW but I love this bike!!

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CLEAR
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by CLEAR

here's my humble first ti bike.

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ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?

willy
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Bertoletti legend Queen with SR electronic/LW wheels/ deda cockpit

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DRAGON60
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by DRAGON60

That Archon is wicked----My Everti Ti is hiding in a corner----afraid that after seeing so many nice TI bikes in this thread that I won't ride her anymore.
Poor kid----I'll have to get her some WW presents to cheer her up.

scotty
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by scotty

Ahh.. that Bertoletti Legend is amazing, it's exactly what I'm lusting after at the moment..
Tell us more..weight, handling.. do you race it?

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michel2
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by michel2

ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?[/quote]
do you got any specific complains, stem lenght doesnt look like you need a longer top tube and if you had a seat post with setback it would end up in the middle of the seat rail.
you run a few spacers under you stem and your seat is up a fair way but i supose its a compact frame, i think a photo with you on your bike would tell us more.

i start to wonder about willy's collection your colnagos are verry pretty and now this, i wonder what else you got in your fleet ?! (-:

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?

do you got any specific complains, stem lenght doesnt look like you need a longer top tube and if you had a seat post with setback it would end up in the middle of the seat rail.
you run a few spacers under you stem and your seat is up a fair way but i supose its a compact frame, i think a photo with you on your bike would tell us more.

i start to wonder about willy's collection your colnagos are verry pretty and now this, i wonder what else you got in your fleet ?! (-:


Not really major complain, but does feel cramp sometimes *barely ridden it 900km*. but considering that I had to use 110mm stem here, on my other bikes all 100mm. And the saddle way back of the seat post *due to 0 offset I guess*. and lastly aesthetically I like the slam stem better, as it sits there are 2x10mm spacers, and coincidentally on Medium frame, the headtube is that much longer, plus newer '14 has cleaner/stiffer 44mm front end using integrated headset.


THAT LEGEND just so wrong... :podium: , I can't wait to get mine :wink: Nice bikes Willy :thumbup:
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GT56
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CLEAR wrote:here's my humble first ti bike.

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ps: could I use larger frame, S to M; seeing from this set up?



one size up would't hurt, in fact it would look a lot better

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

A cheaper option to get closer to the desired geometry would be a slightly setback seatpost. It would allow you to center the rails of the SMP.

Deev
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My Lynskey Sportive Di2C, finished this afternoon!

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apexrider
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by apexrider

These are my two to road bikes. The build lists are actual, the pictures aren't.

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Frame: 2011 Lynskey Helix
Fork: Enve 1.0
Groupset: 2012 SRAM Red (with old Red Black brake callipers)
Headset: Chris King NoThreadset Sotto Voce
Bottom Bracket: Chris King (steel) BSA
Handlebar: Enve Compact Road Bar (42)
Stem: Enve (120)
Bar tape: Fizik Microtex Soft touch
Seatpost: Enve (31.6, 25)
Saddle: Fizik Aliante Carbon Braided
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti
Rims: Reynolds Thirty Two
Hubs: Chris King R45
Spokes: Sapix Cx-Ray (nds), Cx-Sprint (ds)
Skewers: Extralite Aliens 2
Tires: Schwalbe Ultremo ZX (23)
Bottle Cages: King Cage Ti

Weight: 6.950 kg


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Frame: Gilbertson Allure
Fork: Ritchey WCS UD Carbon
Groupset: 2010 SRAM Force
Headset: Tange Seiki Techno Glide ZSI-47
Bottom Bracket: SRAM BB86 GXP press fit
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Logic Curve Carbon (42)
Stem: Ritchey WCS 4-axis Carbon
Bar tape: Fizik Microtex Soft touch
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS UD Carbon (31.6, 25)
Saddle: Fizik Aliante
Pedals: Look Keo Blade Ti
Rims: Stan's NoTubes ZTR Alpha 340
Hubs: Chris King R45
Spokes: Sapix Cx-Ray (nds), Cx-Sprint (ds)
Skewers: Ritchey Titanium
Tires: Vredestein Fortezza TriComp (23)
Bottle Cages: Arundel steel

Weight: 7.610 kg

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SWijland
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Deev wrote:My Lynskey Sportive Di2C, finished this afternoon!

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Sweet! :thumbup:

CLEAR
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by CLEAR

Deev wrote:My Lynskey Sportive Di2C, finished this afternoon!


Very NICE sportive.... thinking of getting it next, once campy comes with not so huge battery on their eps.

willy
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firefly w record and reynolds 32 tubs

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eurperg
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Willy, that looks perfect! Would be really interesting to hear your thoughts about how it compares to your C59 and CT2!

Deserves better jpeg quality though, tapatalk-hosted images look really poor...

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