My Bianchi. Not very weenie though (>_>)... + my LOOK

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Leon
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by Leon

good mod! :D

1 gram = 1 gram!
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tochnics
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by tochnics

thats a fast looking setup :shock:
do you have a long torso?
would not dare to say anything bad about the setup bud i am just surprised about the zero stack seatpost with such a long stem
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by TheBugMan

Yes, very long torso. I'm waiting for the 3T seat post with setback(I want another 2cm).

Take a look at me on a 130mm stem. I wish 3T made a -20 150mm... [url=http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=52213]Analyse my position please (video)...
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My goodness BugMan.. this has got to be some sort of record # of pages for your intro thread. It never scrolls far from the first page :lol:

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Good stuff.... how about a full carbon saddle?
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TheBugMan
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I have seriously considered a Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon JackLawrenceXXX for the weight savings, plus I don't mind the lack of padding as long as the shape is good.

It's just my priorities at the moment have shifted to non bike related things for the rest of the summer when it comes to negative cash flow.

If I see a cheap one though, I may snag it up.
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Imran
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by Imran

super bike u have there bugman! stem looks really long in the first pic, but i guess if u have longer torso then u need it!. what brand are the wheels?

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tochnics
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Reynolds Stratus DV46C
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Blah! Double post (>_<)'
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by TheBugMan

Thanks Imran (^_^).

tochnics is correct, 2006 or 07 model. Got them used. They were a little loose after the first year, but with legs 11 help via PMs I got them spokes tightened up and now they are solid. So far no problems and I am rough with them.
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Joni
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What do you do to make your bike stand, alone, while taking pictures of it??? :?:

By the way, your Bianchi is gorgeous, and one of my pals has the same!! ( Frame and fork, that is... )

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This is where you train in winter? A long hall for sprints .... ;)

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@ Joni... Sorry not to answer your question sooner, lots of things going on in the personal life.
I stuck various items, like sticks, hanger wire, and the last one that majklnajt quoted, a pipette tip from the bottom bracket area to the ground. On the tennis court ones I photoshopped the object out, but I got lazy and didn't alter all photos. You can see the pipette tip in the last pic above.

@ majklnajt... Yes, I have long hallways here at work, as a matter of fact, I hear from the building engineers that we have the longest hallway in the United States(until one gets finished at some University in LA). At night we do our version of "Special Olympics" in the halls. We take those scooters Image and race laps around. I have the building record for speed (^_^). I can't do it anymore because people complained that we almost killed them, wussies.
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by StefanR

very aggressive! love the NO spacer tower ;)
diversity.....

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