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Shamus
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by Shamus

Finally ready!
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Campy Chorus 2007
Avid BB7
Thomson post and stem
Deda Newton bar
Salsa disc 29" rims
AC hubs

520 Dan
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by 520 Dan

very nice...and tiny!

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Is that a new design with the rear triangle?

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i think it is because the frame is so small that they had to do that to get adequate stand-over.

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Shamus
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Small...? Hmmm.... maybe you can say that if frame is 44,5cm! :D

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Very nice. Imprssive colour :D

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Very nice! I see Salsa even supplied you with a matching wall :wink:
And if I ever meet an aardvark, I'm going to step on its damn protruding nasal implement until it couldn't suck up an insect if its life depended on it.

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Timo wrote:Very nice! I see Salsa even supplied you with a matching wall :wink:


No, he got that wall when he bought a Colnago :wink:

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Shamus wrote:Finally ready!


Impressive build! So, when are we gonna read Maaria's ride report?
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Shamus
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After weekend, I think...
Small test yesterday and she like´s it a lot!

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Shamus wrote:After weekend, I think...
Small test yesterday and she like´s it a lot!


Hmm. You can blaim your wife & yourself of creating needs for other people, that they didn't knew excisting. :shock:

We need more pictures!

Blimey, gotta seriously rethink my commuter. What are Maaria's tires of choice? Would Nokian (622-40) W240s fit adequately in the frame & fork?
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I try to get good pictures at weekend...if weather is not too poor!

There is now Nokian Ravagozzi 35-622,
we did order those w240´s also.
Think there is room enough...

Little bit bigger...
http://www.teamvelocycling.com/kuvia/vara/Salsa.jpg

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Shamus wrote:I try to get good pictures at weekend...if weather is not too poor!

There is now Nokian Ravagozzi 35-622,
we did order those w240´s also.
Think there is room enough...

Little bit bigger...
http://www.teamvelocycling.com/kuvia/vara/Salsa.jpg


Ki-tooos Samu!

Bar the AC Hubs, which still have a lot to prove, hope that the reworked sealing/bushing interface is now on par with the others, this is a sound and purposeful build-up.

No hurry, do both of you let us know, how the w240s fit, and how's the ride.

Take care, ajakaa ihmisiksi.
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where did you get/ how did you make the orange flite?

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Shamus
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doubleD wrote:where did you get/ how did you make the orange flite?

It´s about ten years old... :o
I just found it from my warehouse.

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