My not so WW De Rosa - 7.3kg

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rlanger
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by rlanger

Yeah, she's not the weeniest of weighties at 7.3kg, but she offers a truly wonderful ride and I love her.

Build:
Frame: De Rosa Idol 54.5
Shifters: DA 9150
RD: DA 9150
FD: DA 9150
Brakes: Ultegra 6800 (holdovers that I haven't gotten around to replacing with DA yet)
Chainset: Compact DA 9000 with 4iiii left-power
Chain: DA
Cassette: Ultegra R8000 11-30
BB: Kogel Ceramic
Bar & Stem: Deda SuperZero
Seatpost: FSA S-LK Carbon
Saddle: S-Works Toupe
Wheelset: Fulcrum Racing Zero
Tires: Continental GP 4000 IIs
Pedals: Speedplay Zero (pictured with flat-pedal adapters because I was out for a little spin with my daughter and her weight weenie balance bike)
Bottle Cages: Enve Carbon
Other: F3 Cycling Computer Mount, Garmin Edge 1000, Scicon Elan 210 Saddle Bag
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rexyi1990
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by rexyi1990

Nice built, great bike for everyday ride!

flying
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by flying

Very Nice :thumbup:

Congrats :beerchug:

rlanger
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by rlanger

rexyi1990 wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 4:33 pm
Nice built, great bike for everyday ride!
Thanks rexyi! Yes, I'm an N=1 guy so this is my everyday bike. I commute to work on it, ride around town on it, go shopping on it, etc. but it's also great for my long weekend rides too.

Would be nice to have some carbon wheels as well, but those will have to wait. I can't complain about the Fulcrums though.
flying wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 7:42 pm
Very Nice :thumbup:

Congrats :beerchug:
Thank you sir (or madame)!?

rexyi1990
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by rexyi1990

rlanger wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:47 pm
rexyi1990 wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 4:33 pm
Nice built, great bike for everyday ride!
Thanks rexyi! Yes, I'm an N=1 guy so this is my everyday bike. I commute to work on it, ride around town on it, go shopping on it, etc. but it's also great for my long weekend rides too.

Would be nice to have some carbon wheels as well, but those will have to wait. I can't complain about the Fulcrums though.
flying wrote:
Sat Aug 18, 2018 7:42 pm
Very Nice :thumbup:

Congrats :beerchug:
Thank you sir (or madame)!?
Hah, the Racing Zero is one of the best alu wheelset in the world, and once change to carbon wheelset, the machine is ready to race!

rlanger
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by rlanger

rexyi1990 wrote:
Sun Aug 19, 2018 1:35 pm
Hah, the Racing Zero is one of the best alu wheelset in the world, and once change to carbon wheelset, the machine is ready to race!
Very true.

I've thought about trading up for a carbon wheel set, but I can't bear thought of letting the Fulcrum's go. They are such an awesome all-round wheel set. So, I'll have to wait until I can scrape together the funds to add a second wheel set.

I've got my eye on the Bora One 35 clinchers. And to hell with anyone who says mixing Shimano and Campy is wrong! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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