Tagliaro 52cm Campy Record

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octav
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Location: Bucharest/Romania

by octav

Hi

This is my road bike :)

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It is build with:
Tagliaro Frame(handmade in italy)
Campy Record 2008 10 speed groupset with 12/25 Centaur Cassette and Record Chain
FSA K-FORCE light compact crankset
FSA K-force seatpost
FSA OS-115 Stem
FSA K-WING Carbon anatomic handlebar
Mavic Ksyrium SL wheels(I want to change to R-SYS)
Carbon Bottle cages(1* Tacx Tao and 1*Bianchi Dr Dobermann)
Selle San Marco Concor Saddle
Time RXS carbon Pedals
All the screws are Ti or aluminum

It's 7.4 kg. Not a very light bike , but it's decent. My last bike was 9 kg :mrgreen:

dcj9
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by dcj9

welcome to ww and thanks for posting your bike. great riding country :thumbup:

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micky
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by micky

Wow, this must be the first Tagliaro on WW! :mrgreen: :welcome:

octav
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by octav

Yes, it's a very nice country for the sceneries. I'll put some pictures from Transalpina on Sunday(it's a road that reaches 2200 metres).

Thanks Micky. I'm really proud of my frame :D It's not the lightest one out there but it's very very nice.

dcj9
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by dcj9

this is romania right?

sorry for my ignorance :roll:

octav
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by octav

yes, it's Romania :) In most of the parts people are really nice also

dcj9
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by dcj9

romania looks great for riding :thumbup:
looking forward to the transalp photos

octav
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A teaser.

And the album from today Transalpina.
https://picasaweb.google.com/octavdanil ... ina4Iunie#

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craigtheduck
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by craigtheduck

octav wrote:
And the album from today Transalpina.
https://picasaweb.google.com/octavdanil ... ina4Iunie#


WOW. I want to ride there now!

octav
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by octav

A little update on the bike. Miche SWR wheels+ compact handlebar+ Selle Italia SLR kit carbonio. The weight remains 7.4 kg.

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dcj9
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by dcj9

transalpina looks great. cheers for posting:thumbup:

octav
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by octav

yeah, it's really great. Hope to do another Transalpina(2200m) and a Transfagarasan(2034m) before the snow comes.

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by Genesis

It looks nice

Dman
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by Dman

I don't know about the bikes on a gravel road but the paved section looks amazing.

Fresh air and no cars - now that is something to be jealous of
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octav
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by octav

The gravel part is going to disappear (approx 98% is paved right now). Another +2000 m road will be available next year in Romania.(climb to Babele 2200m altitude). The drivers are not that great here but the scenery makes it worth the effort.

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