Torelli Verde 12.25 As Pictured with Clinchers

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Frame: Torelli Verde.
Fork: Torelli.
Cranks: Cannondale Hollowgram SI. with Rotor rings
Headset: Cane Creek.
Headset cap: Carbon with Alloy bolt.
Bottlecages: Woodman.
Brakes: Ciamillo Zero Gravity .
Brakepads: Reynolds Blue.
Gruppo: Sram Red.
RD Pulley: Seam red with Carbon pulleys with ceramic bearings.
Handlebars:Zipp,Fizik tape.
Mast head: Woodman.
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR C64.
Brake cables: Alligator i-Links.
QR skewers: Token.
Pedals: M2 Racer Orb.
Chain: YBN 101sl.
Wheels: EDGE 45 clincher on Front American Classic Micro(ceramic),Rear Extra Light UltraRear SX Hub hubs, Dt swiss aero lite and Sapin cx ray Spokes
Tires and tubes:Schwalbe Ultremo R.1 and Panracer Latex.
Computer: I bike Power,HR & Cad.

Weight: 12.25lbs
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Great looking build. What do your wheels come in at with the way you have built them up. Mine were 1282g with the C4 hubs but I think your would be closer to 1240g?
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That looks great! You stripped the paint off though :shock:

I have a Verde, bigger than yours though. I'll shoot some pics, maybe we can have a Torelli WW lovers thread?
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How does those pedals work? Great build by the way

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BmanX wrote:Great looking build. What do your wheels come in at with the way you have built them up. Mine were 1282g with the C4 hubs but I think your would be closer to 1240g?

Thank you :)
My Rear Wheel is 680gr,I can not remember what the front is :oops:

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Cyclist in the Sun wrote:That looks great! You stripped the paint off though :shock:

I have a Verde, bigger than yours though. I'll shoot some pics, maybe we can have a Torelli WW lovers thread?

Thank you :)
The Torelli rep Brang in the Verde when they came out, and I said I want one but I want black and BB30, it took 6 months but Its a one and only.
Post those pictures :thumbup:

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Martijnbls wrote:How does those pedals work? Great build by the way


Thank you :)
The orbs are my favorite pedal easy in and easy out,and They never release when I do not want.

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The Hallowgram SI cranks don't have any laser etchings or screen print on them - did you get them that way or did you remove the branding?
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really nice attention to detail there.

Tell us more about how you customised the parts etc.

Are they really gravitas brakes? I thought they were the carbon ones.

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prendrefeu wrote:The Hallowgram SI cranks don't have any laser etchings or screen print on them - did you get them that way or did you remove the branding?


I had them Anodized Type III, hardcoat .

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nice parts pick! overall aesthetically not my style. impressive weight though.

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How and (WHY) did you paint your gravitas? They look like regular ZG brakes now.. Which is a shame for those beautiful full carbon brakes

EDIT.. Phew.. Would have been insane to paint gravitas.
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Nice weight for a bike with clinchers. Congrats.

One remark=> Those brakes are blue anodized zero gravity brakes. Not the gravitas as they're made of carbon...and i actually have a pair of both...The model is completely different
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mrfish wrote:really nice attention to detail there.

Tell us more about how you customised the parts etc.

Are they really gravitas brakes? I thought they were the carbon ones.


Thank you
I anodized all the aluminum bolts blue,Inner cables are power cordz,and I powder coated the straight pull spokes white(added weight).
The brakes are Zero Gravity
gospastic wrote:nice parts pick! overall aesthetically not my style. impressive weight though.

$mokeyJoe wrote:Nice weight for a bike with clinchers. Congrats.

Thank you

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