My new Isaac Force and Impact

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Kees
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Location: Arnhem, Holland

by Kees

He guys,

I finished my new road bike a week ago and just want to show it to you all.
Here is a spec list:
Frame Isaac Force 57
Fork Isaac
Group Ultegra 10spd
Cranks Truvativ Stylo 50/38
Cassette Ultegra 12/25
Chain Ultegra
Hubs Tune mig/mag
Rims Mavic open pro
Spokes DT revolution 64st
Tire Bontrager race lite
Innertube ??
Saddle Flite carbonio
Seatpost Isaac
Stem wcs os 120mm
Handle bar wcs os 44cm
Tape Easton white
Pedals Time rxe

Next summer I will change to Campagnolo Chorus and a nice set of wheels. The bike is for training use, I’m a mountainbiker but next year I’ll be riding more road races.

Gr kees

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scott97
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by scott97

Very nice! :)

big steve
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Location: Stirling, Scotland

by big steve

I like it a lot. I like your wheels, I'm thinking of getting a pair early next year after christmas.

How much does it weight?

JTC
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by JTC

Great looking bike! Isaac doesn't seem to get much pub, but I have always loved their frames.

mathi
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Location: uk

by mathi

Sweet :D

nago_973
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by nago_973

Nice. Nice and straight-forward looking.

Alfie
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Location: The Netherlands

by Alfie

Nice ride for just a training bike :beerchug:

Nice background BTW (Posbank????)

lilland
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by lilland

Nice bike!! :D Always liked the ISAAC bikes.

Kees
Posts: 188
Joined: Thu Jun 02, 2005 11:43 am
Location: Arnhem, Holland

by Kees

Just bought some new wheels. It’s a American Classic 420 set, silver hubs, black spokes and silver rims.
I like the looks and this week ill find out how they ride. I also bought a Polar cs200cad.

Alfie; No this is in Schaarsbergen that’s where I life. Are you looking for a trainings mate this winter? I am


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Kuiper
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by Kuiper

Looks nice Kees, specially with those AM wheels.

bikeman71
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Location: Pollock Pines, CA

by bikeman71

I've always been a big fan of the oversized headtube on the Isaacs. If I went back to carbon, your frame would be on my short list.

marinTi
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Joined: Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:35 pm
Location: Velp, The Netherlands

by marinTi

Kees wrote:Just bought some new wheels. It’s a American Classic 420 set, silver hubs, black spokes and silver rims.
I like the looks and this week ill find out how they ride.


Nice wheels Kees, they look awesome in your bike!
Enjoy :wink: .

Kees
Posts: 188
Joined: Thu Jun 02, 2005 11:43 am
Location: Arnhem, Holland

by Kees

He guys

Just picked it up: my new mountainbike frame the Isaac Impact.
1390gr as in the picture, 22gr for the seatpostclamp and i have to lose the v-brake things.
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$mokeyJoe
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Location: Belgium

by $mokeyJoe

Tha's a lovely frame.On bike-expo/bike-motion i've seen a complete MTB from Isaac.Lovely!
How are you going to complete the bike?
*Light is beautiful*
BMC SLC01 5900g ... Litespeed Vortex 6300g ... Merida Carbon Lite 7000g ... Velocite Selene 8000g ... Argon18 E114 +/-8500g ... Trek 1500 9500g

Kees
Posts: 188
Joined: Thu Jun 02, 2005 11:43 am
Location: Arnhem, Holland

by Kees

The set up will be:
Fox F80X 2006
AMClassics-Sapim-NoTubes Olympic disc
Ritchey wcs alloy stem, seatpost and bar. This is temporary, I’m planning something more exotic but I’m still a student…
Avid Juicy 7 2007 (180-160)
XT Cranks-TA chain rings
Xtr front derailleur
X9 rear derailleur (temporary this is for the beach races. It will be XO)

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