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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Very, very nice. But personally, I liked it more with Campagnolo :wink:
Still, very beautifull!

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Daddy yo yo
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by Daddy yo yo

brief update:

new wheels
new skewers
new saddle

down to 5,94 kg
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by C a s r a n

Wow... very nice. Better looking than the current Madones.

Great scenery for those pictures. Where is that?
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junfeng
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by junfeng

The picture quality, the presentation, the sceneries and a fabulous looking bike. PURE CLASS.

Reflects on how much you love your bike. Great Job! :P

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Daddy yo yo
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by Daddy yo yo

more pix
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by weenie #2533

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:D


I think this is the best trek ever. I dont like trek frames at all, but this one ..... beautiful . 8)

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Der Amerikanische ritter! 8)

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weenie #2533 wrote:Right click + Save Image as...

:D


I think this is the best trek ever. I dont like trek frames at all, but this one ..... beautiful . 8)

I totally agree - and nice to see a frame that goes well with the SRAM Red chainset - not an easy component to match well.

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Sacke
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by Sacke

C a s r a n wrote:Wow... very nice. Better looking than the current Madones.

Great scenery for those pictures. Where is that?


I am not sure, but looks like it could be pictures from Schönbrunn in Vienna, Austria.

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Daddy yo yo
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by Daddy yo yo

dadoflam08 wrote:I totally agree - and nice to see a frame that goes well with the SRAM Red chainset - not an easy component to match well.
unless you use black chainrings, such as frm or stronglight (or else), i totally agree.
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Thanks for the great pics Daddy yo yo. Gorgeous.
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Internalcon
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by Internalcon

I am curious to see this bike with a dark metal Deda stem... anyone else?

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Daddy yo yo
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by Daddy yo yo

Internalcon wrote:I am curious to see this bike with a dark metal Deda stem...
send me one! :lol:

seriously, i haven't seen any bike where the dark metal coloured deda parts looked nice. :? the parts look great when you hold them in your hands but they're even more difficult to match than a sram red crankset.

especially on my bike, i'm a 100% sure that the colour wouldn't match anything else on the bike: the grey paint, the silver decals, the silver brakes, the titanium headset, etc.... deda's dark metal colour would just be another greyish colour and would - at least in my point of view - therefore be smth like a foreign body on the bike. just my 2 cents. but send me one and i'll give it a try, just for you! :wink:
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Daddy yo yo
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by Daddy yo yo

brief update: new stem (3t arx team), new handlebar (zipp sl short-shallow), new tires (vittoria corsa evo cx).
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358p68
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by 358p68

What saddle you have now ? It isn't Aspide ?

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