My new Simplon Pavo edition II - Updated w. ENVE 6.7 on p. 2

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by ww4

classy indeed, I like that lightweight wheelset :wink:

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Definitely one of the better looking rides.
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by noah

WOW.... That is SSSWWEEEEETT!!

Looking forward to se it live and in action.

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I don't know much about this brand. Are these sold in the US? I read a little-Australian, custom, etc.

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by endorfin

amazing!

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by kingtom

you know very well, that i like the pavo. :wink:

your's is looking also very cool. the fulcrum-crankset matched well to the rest of the bike. just little bit red at the end, in the middle and at the front. well done!

with black brakes (0G's?) would it be perfect :wink:

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by Giant DK

Thanks for all the comments!

Yep, a set of black ZG would be perfect, but I won't compromised the superior braking power of Sram Red when the bike already is light enough.
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Giant DK
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by Giant DK

A little picture update with my "old" LW wheels and my new ENVE 6.7 wheels and some other wheels :D

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by Tillquist

Very nice bike, new frame and great picture

The bottle cage are very good, i love them ;-)
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by Giant DK

Thanks for noticing. They are also new. I haven't seen anywhere in Europe where I could by them so found them this summer in NYC :D By far the most beautiful and best cages I have ever tried!
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by Tillquist

Giant DK wrote:...........By far the most beautiful and best cages I have ever tried!


Yes you are right about that :thumbup:

It's the Arundel Mandible matte carbon cage. What was the price in US ?

I just bought mine from England via amazon.co.uk
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by Giant DK

Exactly! The price was 60 dollars each.
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by Willier

Enve+tan sidewalls= :thumbup:
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by nutty

are the brake pads set alil too high?

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by Zitter

competitive cyclist had the Arundel Mandible cages on sale a couple days ago. 2 cages and Arundel cork bartape all for 99$

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