Holdsworth competition

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ooops. :mrgreen: Gimme a minute

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ok... i bought a cheap headset which has a top bit that's about 8mm high.

My large (57cm/175mm head tube) has a reach from the centre of the bb to middle of the top of the headset of ~70.2cm, and to the top of the head tube is pretty much 68.8cm.
The front axle to the top of the head tube is ~54.5cm, so add the 8mm to that, or obviously different for a different head set

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I'm also very interested in the Holdsworth Competition but unsure which size I should buy. My height is 178cm, inseam 82,5. I think M would fit best?! Maybe someone has an advice?

Thank you :)

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schloerfi wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 7:28 pm
I'm also very interested in the Holdsworth Competition but unsure which size I should buy. My height is 178cm, inseam 82,5. I think M would fit best?! Maybe someone has an advice?

Thank you :)
Hi, my height is 178cm inseam 81,5cm and saddle hight is 72,5cm, Holdsworth is size Medium.

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Thank you, this helps a lot. Had a CAAD12 in 54 before, was ok, maybe a bit short. But the Holdsworth in M should be fine then :)

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Changed a few things :

* Handlebar - From 3T LTD to Deda Superzero ( removed red Superzoro Logo ).
* Wheels - From Campagnolo Bora One to Bora Ultra 50.
* Saddle - Berk Lupina now mounted.

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It gets better and better!

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Photo shoot early this evening, friend of me made these beautiful pics. #artbeat_photography # nofilter

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Very Nice :thumbup:

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I’ve enjoyed watching this thread. Nice looking build.

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That’s really nice. I just read the whole thread from the beginning. Not sure how I missed it previously.
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What's your experience of the Dugast tubulars so far?

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kgt wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:17 am
What's your experience of the Dugast tubulars so far?
They ride great !! Low pressure @ 5.5 bar rear and 5.2 bar front is so smooth. Even on gravel roads nearby they are wide enough with 24 and 25mm.

They do have more hight and volume than the Vittoria’s Corsa grapheen though. I had 3mm under the front caliper with the Vittoria 25mm. Now just 2mm with a 24mm Dugast.

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Good tire choice!

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Just two more from the photo shoot.

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