Time NXR

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by bentley07

Time NXR Size XXS

Sram Red grouppo, FSA K force light crank, 2010 Mavic Carbone SLR, Zipp 808

Will update this post as soon as I have the total weight :wink:

(sorry for the cellphone photos)




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by g_doraz

That is a seriously HOT machine. I've not heard any ride reports about the NXR, how does it ride?
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by Gregorio

Looks great

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by SaXoB

Looks hot with 808s 8)

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by tonytourist

How fast was the bike moving when you took the picture with the 808s on? :mrgreen:

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by currieinahurry

wowzie i do like that! not heard of it myself either but bang thats on the mark

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by jblande

where is this in their line?

looks fantastic, even if the zipp is a bit too prominent for my taste
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by superleggera

Looks Great! What tires are you using on your Zipp's?

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by plasticol

:thumbup: Yeah. Looks great.
Ride report please, I have the RXR wich I like, want to see your opinion on this.

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by bentley07

Hi guys, thanks for all the comments :D

I haven't ridden the bike often enough to get a proper ride report, been travelling a lot lately because of my work..

But so far, I couldn't tell the difference between the NXR and my Dogma..
*mind you, we don't really have any hills / mountains to ride (safely) in this part of the world... so my test was based on flat roads.

the Zipp are using Continental Giro tubulars. (not the best tubulars, but the only ones that I can found in my house at the time :oops: )

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by daniz24

looks ugly, oops sorry for the poor choice of words...

looks AWESOME especially with the Zipp's.... :thumbup: :thumbup:

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by reggiebaseball

I usually find Time frames a bit too angular and the logos too much,
But this one is awesome, nicest Time ride I have ever seen.

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by wisgliebau

I keep coming back into this thread to check out this bike... Particularly with the 808s. It's a thing of beauty!


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