Let's See Your Time Trial bike

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

You're looking ferocious, son!
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JensW
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by JensW

My little TT Bike :D
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Tinea Pedis
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wheelzqc wrote:Tinea Pedis, what saddle are you on ? Sweet pics !

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And grazie lads, it sure did hurt!

theletterk
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by theletterk

my new TT bike.

replaced the old 576 (white blue) with a new col scheme (black lime) and added some components at the same time. New crank and new Disc.

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by Stefano

Maybe it's just the fact that they are really bright, but those cables look a bit long/ messy. Excellent component choices though, although a bit of an eclectic mix. Gives it a personality :D Love the color choice :)

theletterk
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by theletterk

yup....cables are a little long as i just removed the last 2 spacers and pulling the aerobar about 1" backwards after easing myself into the bike. Can't do any changes from here anymore!

going to the LBS to have the cables trimmed soon!

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by carbon337

Little something i bodged together with the help of a local shop and bits from mates.
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Tinea Pedis
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New TT bike for 2014. My NRS team don't have a TT bike for the year, so was allowed to source my own. Approached the Australian Pinarello dealer and worked out a deal where I would ride one of their bikes in TT's this season.

Got the bike 5 days before our National TT titles. Wanted a top 10, finished 11th.

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by Krull

new reynolds disc and sram front wheel, and optimized Position.



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sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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Elrey
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by Elrey

No aero chainring? Why?

Krull
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good question-a case for my "to-do"-list. ;-)

110 mm-crankset, because i want it to be "multi-usable"-it, if circumstances require, should although work as a Substitute for my roadbikes crankset.
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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Krull wrote:good question-a case for my "to-do"-list. ;-)

110 mm-crankset, because i want it to be "multi-usable"-it, if circumstances require, should although work as a Substitute for my roadbikes crankset.


Stronglight make TT chainrings in 110 BCD if you do go that way...

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by VPR

It might be tricky to fit a 110 BCD TT chainring on that P2M spider.

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yes, but it works-you have to file a small section of the chainring-there is an instruction on the p2max-homepage!
@dalai: yes, thanks for the advice-before buying the 110-crankset, i made shure that there is an appropriate 54-aero-chainring. stronglight is the one i am looking forward to purchase. ;-)
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by wpccrunner

chain looks a bit long on that BMC

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