Torelli Verde 12.25 As Pictured with Clinchers

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newfy
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by newfy

That's a sweet ride I was thing of anodizing my sl cranks glad to see its not a problem

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by benolium

Great Build :thumbup:

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newfy wrote:That's a sweet ride I was thing of anodizing my sl cranks glad to see its not a problem


Thank you
I had them mask the inside where they fit on the spindle.
benolium wrote:Great Build :thumbup:


Thank you

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I put some new parts on my Torelli
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Components:
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 Gravitas SL .
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: Ravx.
Pedals: M2 Racer Orb.
Chain: YBN 101sl.
Wheels: Rims;Enve SMS 3.4 rim Hub on Front C-4,Rear Extra Light UltraRear SX Hub , Dt swiss aero lite and Sapin cx ray Spokes
Tires Vittoria Corsa EVO CX 700x23c Black/Blue Tubular
Computer:Garmin Edge 500 with Speed & Cadence sensor

tomgag
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by tomgag

Great bike, fair play :thumbup:
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by Mackers

Great 30th post, now hurry to the for sale section!

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by mrfish

nice, I particularly like the blue and no red approach - normally it's hard to avoid red.

how do you like the ibike?

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mrfish wrote:nice, I particularly like the blue and no red approach - normally it's hard to avoid red.

how do you like the ibike?

Thank you :thumbup:
I switched to a Garmin Edge 500, The I-Bike was Great.


dereksmalls
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by dereksmalls

So how do the Reynolds blue pads compare to the stock Enve pads in dry and wet conditions? I've thought about running them instead but wasn't too sure as the Enves are obviously designed to work optimally with their own rims and vice versa.

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by dereksmalls

Actually looking at this frame reminds me a lot of the Team GB road frames in the front of the bike

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dereksmalls wrote:So how do the Reynolds blue pads compare to the stock Enve pads in dry and wet conditions? I've thought about running them instead but wasn't too sure as the Enves are obviously designed to work optimally with their own rims and vice versa.

I do not ride this bike in the rain, In dry the the Reynolds work the same as the Enve pads for me.
The braking track on the new SMS 4.5 Rims are better than on my edge 45,s.

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dereksmalls wrote:Actually looking at this frame reminds me a lot of the Team GB road frames in the front of the bike

This frame is 1 of 2 built for Torelli ( all black no decals BB30, ISP, and tapered head set.)

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