Seven Evergreen Pro - allroad

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LionelB
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by LionelB

Below my new Seven evergreen Pro with Campy discs and the new Bora discs. It replaces my Crux. Only a short ride for now but this is nice and I enjoyed the campy disc brakes.





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Delorre
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by Delorre

Oh man, simply stunning!! 8) And those details, like the dropouts, are a work of art :thumbup:

Slammed
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by Slammed

Wow! That is a nice rig. Do you know the weight of it?

LionelB
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by LionelB

Slammed wrote:Wow! That is a nice rig. Do you know the weight of it?

Nope but I will find out eventually !

Mtek
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by Mtek

Amazing bike! Was it custom geometry, did you go off the Crux geo? Please add some details on order process and time to delivery. Thx

LionelB
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by LionelB

Mtek wrote:Amazing bike! Was it custom geometry, did you go off the Crux geo? Please add some details on order process and time to delivery. Thx

Yes it is a custom, I asked for the same fit as my F8. It took about 2 months from the order. Getting the campy parts was the delicate thing as they just came out.

Seedster
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by Seedster

This is a stunner. Looks especially nice with Campy.

Does the carbon/ti blend provide more compliance?

LionelB
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by LionelB

Seedster wrote:This is a stunner. Looks especially nice with Campy.

Does the carbon/ti blend provide more compliance?

This is hard to tell. This thing is riding on 38mm compass extra light tires that are very comfy.

LionelB
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by LionelB

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After 3 days of riding this bike on dirt trails and roads I can affirm that campy discs are awesome. Modulation is great, the lever feels is very similar to a campy caliper and power is excellent. Really happy about this.

gravity
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by gravity

Tell us the decision making process of choosing seven for this bike pls.


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LionelB
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by LionelB

gravity wrote:Tell us the decision making process of choosing seven for this bike pls.


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Leadtime and the fact that I know some people there. I am not waiting for customs for a year+ anymore. Seven also built my Spectrum which is a great bike.

morganb
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by morganb

How is what is effectively pure road fit off road? I have a Crux and can't seem to get comfortable on it compared to my Tarmac and have considered going custom to get a long/low fit with big tires.

LionelB
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by LionelB

morganb wrote:How is what is effectively pure road fit off road? I have a Crux and can't seem to get comfortable on it compared to my Tarmac and have considered going custom to get a long/low fit with big tires.

Yes I see no reason to have a different fit on a gravel bike. The contact points are the same as my F8 but the bike is quite a bit longer.

morganb
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by morganb

LionelB wrote:
morganb wrote:How is what is effectively pure road fit off road? I have a Crux and can't seem to get comfortable on it compared to my Tarmac and have considered going custom to get a long/low fit with big tires.

Yes I see no reason to have a different fit on a gravel bike. The contact points are the same as my F8 but the bike is quite a bit longer.

Good to know, thank you. Most of the purpose built gravel bikes, save the Exploro and Open seem to be a lot shorter and have an endurance fit, which doesn't play well with my short legs and long torso.

dolophonic
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by dolophonic

Is very niceeee ~

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