Zemper Velox UL HT: for sale!

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kdanny1
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by kdanny1

the tune hubs are very good... in combo with the mach are these very good wheels!

i know the fork from nino...he has the same one

i dont know details of the frame.... the weight is very nice!!! it looks good...what is the price of this one? is there a shop anywhere..?

greetings from austria..
kdanny1
light and lighter...

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scapin
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Mads Kock wrote:
scapin wrote:... and better... :lol:


ofcourse your bike is lighter - get lighter every time you descend by loose materiale on the rims :lol:

Hope you don't descent too fast so you can't stop your bike with those v-brakes hehe!!!

I joke Mad... :wink:
Instead you are evil... :evil:
:lol:

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N.T
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by N.T

Hey Mads!
try to beat this http://www.light-bikes.com/bikegallery/BikeListing.asp?id=904
I know it`s not a ht...
Fuelled by kofein

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$mokeyJoe
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N.T wrote:Hey Mads!
try to beat this http://www.light-bikes.com/bikegallery/BikeListing.asp?id=904
I know it`s not a ht...

Not bad at all,but i think that Mads wants to beat a rideable bike.One that hasn't for example an alu cassette and Tiso r.d.But the Sewanee is damned light!But let's stay with HT's.Don't compare apples with pears!

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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

is it a mtb? sounds like almost a roadbike with that gearing :-)

but it's a beautifull lightweight build Thorsten has made!

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Mads Kock
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(daily upgrade hehe) -> 7,91 kg.

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$mokeyJoe
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Kmc X10 SL??
I can see that you've removed your rear wheel...Image
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Mads Kock
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removed? it's still there :lol:

I have had the KMC chain all along - new tubes: Continental Supersonic tubes: 93 grams + 94,5 grams.

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$mokeyJoe
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I could see to your Tune QR that you've been doing something with your wheel,but of course,nobody can see that you just changed the innertubes! :lol:
Keep tuning that bike!
I think that this topic is intriguing me! :lol:

Greetings,
$mokeyJoe
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Mads Kock
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by Mads Kock

Thanks Joe :-)

Today I might change the Ritchey WCS OS alu bar/New Ultimate stem with my Easton EC90 bar (still waiting for the schmolke - maybe it will arrive in october if I'm lucky) and Syntace F99 stem with ti-bolts. Should save about 60 grams.

Damn - just came home from our clubride because I've got a beestick (is that the word?) on the eyelet! Feels a bit strange :-)

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marecej
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by marecej

theese stans rotors look amazing..

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Mads Kock
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They work allright - not the same stopping power as "normal" steel rotors but they work and stop the bike!

New update - 7,85 kg (changed the Ritchey WCS OS handlebar and New Ultimate OS stem for a Easton EC90 handlebar and Syntace F99 stem with ti-bolts).

Pictures will soon come :-)

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Mads Kock
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7,86 kg - replaced the M2Racer bolt on with a Tune QR!

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evilgeek
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by evilgeek

aren't you afraid of impaling yourself on the steering tube sticking up above the stem? not to mention, you could probably save 15-20g by cutting it down.

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Mads Kock
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the steerertube hasn't been fitted yet because I haven't really decided on how many spacers I want below the stem! The shorter steerertube will ofcourse offer some free weightsavings which I'm looking forward to :D

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