My bike~ Time VXR with Standard

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Leem Seung-Choon
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by Leem Seung-Choon

This is my bicycle

Frame : Time VXR(2006) 55
Drive Train : Time ASX-Titan Crankset with Campagnolo Record
Handle Bar : DEDA Supernatural(c-c 44)
Saddle : Selle San marco composite black
Wheelset : Lightweight Standard Gen III(DT swiss hub)
Tyre : Continental Competition with Lightweight Logo
Pedal : Time Rsx Ti

It's Time~!.
when I bought this frame last year I decided to buy VXR Not VXRS or Ulteam because of its design and color.
I have never ridden VXRS Ulteam,
what is the difference between these frame? much stiffer?

One of my friend ask me about the rolling resistance of DT swiss hub because of its star rachet system.
Actually I used Bora Ultra, but Lw has many different things.
The rolling resistence of DT swiss hub and Campy hub is quite different?
Thnks for reading.
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aarw
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by aarw

i like very much! weight?

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Luc
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by Luc

Damn cool !!

:thumbup:
Pollice verso.

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micky
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by micky

Welcome on board and really nice bike!

OT: Are you a friend of Mr. Phil? Or Mr. Shin?

Leem Seung-Choon
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by Leem Seung-Choon

micky wrote:Welcome on board and really nice bike!

OT: Are you a friend of Mr. Phil? Or Mr. Shin?


Yes Mr Phil is my friend.
How do you know him???

Leem Seung-Choon
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by Leem Seung-Choon

aarw wrote:i like very much! weight?


weight : about 6.32kg

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San Marco
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by San Marco

Having had an integrated seat tube, where you have trim the tube to get your right saddle height I think the VXR is the much more sensible choice if you come to sell it.

Looks wicked by the way.

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micky
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by micky

Leem Seung-Choon wrote:
micky wrote:Welcome on board and really nice bike!

OT: Are you a friend of Mr. Phil? Or Mr. Shin?


Yes Mr Phil is my friend.
How do you know him???


The world is smaller than what you think! :D

I know him from already a couple of years now althought we never got the chance for a ride. But next year he might come to Italy so...

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Morpeth
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by Morpeth

stunning, id love to have a go on a Time, any Time, recognizable

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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

One of the best looking bikes on here.
I would get rid of the red tape on your seatpost and tape. Attracts too much attention and the red is a bit off :wink:
That would make it perfect for me.

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xplaza
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by xplaza

Awesome bike! I like the red details on bar tape, wouldn't change anything except puting the Garmin on the stem :)

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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

The garmin clip is tricky on stems like that. It breaks easily if it's strapped on non-round things.

Leem Seung-Choon
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by Leem Seung-Choon

strobbekoen wrote:The garmin clip is tricky on stems like that. It breaks easily if it's strapped on non-round things.


The Time Monolink Stem is too big, so when I put the garmin on the Stem, it looks not good.

And I strapped the garmin very strongly with Cable tie.
So I don't need to worry about Break

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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

That's what I meant :wink:
If you strap it on the bars, there's no problem.

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JKolmo
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by JKolmo

Truly awesome bike! I almost pulled the trigger on a Time VXR, but settled for an R3 instead.

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