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by stormur

This thing I REALLY like ! / except 1x11 ;) /
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by physeter

very nice

I'm a big fan of " classic" Parlee

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by mrfish

Wow, a rare beast that, if it's a z1 cyclocross. I would swap the fork logo for a small outline version, but otherwise this is a great.

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by adamP

What chainring are you running on this? I'm looking to fit a single ring to my winter bike on the same cranks. Is the chainline OK fitted in the 'big ring' position?

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by velomane

That's nice! What are the brakes?

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by bencolem

So it's a Z1 CX built with:
Enve CX fork
King headset and bb
Red cranks and cassette
Wolf chainring
RevoX brakes
Ardennes Black
G-One allround 35mm's
K-Force seat post, stem, Cages
Easton E100 bars
Roubaix S-Wrap bar tape
Romin Evo Pro saddle

Bang on 16lbs as pictured (575mm top tube).

It's great fun - hardly gives anything away on the asphalt but rips trails.

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by dereksmalls

Can't see the picture sorry

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