Standert Kreissäge RS Fluo Forest

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genzowakabayashi
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by genzowakabayashi

Ciao everyone! I've posted this already to my social media channels but forgot to upload here! :)
I'd like to present you the rim version of my Standert Kreissäge RS Fluo Forest - https://standert.de/collections/kreissaege

Built with Sram Force eTap AXS and Zipp 302 wheels, it's around 7,7 - 7,8 kg without pedals.
It's basically a made in Italy frame with Dedacciai Aegis tubes. The BB is a T47 one.
The cockpit is from Zipp - SL70 Aero Carbon & Speed.

If you're interested in details, please have a quick look at the fact sheet: https://standert.de/pages/fact-sheets

Standert offers also the disc version but from an aesthetic point of view - I like the rim version more.

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MrCurrieinahurry
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by MrCurrieinahurry

That's a gorgeous frame and solid choice of parts. How does it ride?


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genzowakabayashi
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by genzowakabayashi

MrCurrieinahurry wrote:
Thu Sep 16, 2021 10:20 am
That's a gorgeous frame and solid choice of parts. How does it ride?


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Like a bullet I'd say! :)

My favourite material on bicycle is steel but the Kreissäge is too good to avoid having one.

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That green is soooo awsosme

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by stanvr

Never knew the green was green, but dang that looks good!
Beautiful bike!

genzowakabayashi
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by genzowakabayashi

stanvr wrote:
Thu Sep 16, 2021 1:34 pm
Never knew the green was green, but dang that looks good!
Beautiful bike!
Oh, wow! I'm more than happy now :)
Cheers!

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by wolfesquire

Always have an eye on this company, should have purchased a Triebwerk before they updated them and jumped the price up a bunch.

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by Vermu

Have a triebwerk and do find it amazing. Standert does good paintworks, love these non-onetone ones


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by DHG01

Really like Standerts; my blue Triebwerk is one of my favorite rides.

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by vinc

Congrats, a really beautiful and fine bike Image I’m also very very happy with mine ImageImage


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genzowakabayashi
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by genzowakabayashi

DHG01 wrote:
Fri Sep 17, 2021 7:33 pm
Really like Standerts; my blue Triebwerk is one of my favorite rides.
I love the blue ones too!

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by DHG01

Yes, it does look good. Attached a pic, though now it has a Dila and higher profile wheels.

Yours is stunning and nicely built. It has DM brakes, right? How do you feel about them? I am currently having one built with DM brakes, but I haven't ever tried them.
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robin3mj
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by robin3mj

Very nice. I have this same bike in the team cream-colored paint job. Mech Force and Campy Neutrons. It boogies.

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by flying

Very Nice Congrats! :beer:

I have always like how Standert's bikes look both Alum & steel

I am a little surprised though by the weight especially as your looks like a smaller frame
Not that it has to be lighter & main thing is the ride but

Did you weigh the frame before building? Just curious
I see their spec states
Frame (size 54) 1435g, Fork 450g

Thanks

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by wolfesquire

You guys are so mean for posting these beautiful Standerts :lol:

Need to just pull the trigger asap

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