Let's See Your Time Trial bike

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Krull
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by Krull

my bmc tt 02, size "s", with powertap-rear-wheel and aero-cover.
for uci-labeled races, i am forced to use the power2max-crankset of my roadbike and a fulcrum rs-wheelset, because i am not owning a disc (at the moment).

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sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Fantastic! I have a TT02 just arrived too, little older though.

Cannot wait to get out on it. Finally a TT on a TT bike!

Krull
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by Krull

Thank you. If you come along with the geometry, i can guarantee a lot of fun riding this bike! :mrgreen:
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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grid256
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by grid256

I rode a tt02 for one season. Good bike, very forgiving in terms of position and extremely stiff but man that thing is a bone shaker! A P3 feels like comfort cruiser in comparison.

Krull
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by Krull

the slr saddle is well-cushioned. :wink:

the geometry (btw, very similar to the new specialized shiv tt-modell) is, what i appreciate most at this bike. the 74°-seat angle makes it very easy to find an uci-conform position without getting in an over-stretched-position (especially, if you have, like me, a short torso)
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

Andy284
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by Andy284

Here's mine:
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cleavel
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by cleavel

Hi,

There are some great looking TT bikes and triathlon rigs on this thread. For a little variety, here is my 2007 Bianchi D2 Crono Carbon:

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I've been working on cleaning up the cables:

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I pre-ordered the new Tririg center-pull brakes which should clean things up even more. I'll be racing the bike in it's current configuration at our district championship TTT this coming weekend.
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bradipo
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..not for time trial....just for triathlon no draft race :twisted:

i hope you like it :mrgreen:
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nighthunte29
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by nighthunte29

My baby;

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nighthunte29
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by nighthunte29

Before adjustable stem and with a smaller chainring;

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hansonator69
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by hansonator69

nighthunte29 wrote:My baby;

Holy saddle to bar drop batman!
Really loving the retro-chic of it :wink:
Slam your stem.

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by nighthunte29

I am a bit of a Leipheimer when it comes to position, my power transfer and oxygen intake remains the same so its pretty effective getting that low in terms of aerodynamics!

Andy284
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by Andy284

... and here is my wife's Ridley Dean TT bike. Saddle changed from ISM back to Aspide after a 100mile TT on Sunday.

That is the Firecrest 404 Tubular on the front with Conti Podium TT 22mm. GP4000S tub on the back.

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Krull
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by Krull

the ridley looks nice!
i like your isaac as well. ästhetically one of my favorites, but i dont get along with the geometry (xs is already to big, more precisely, to long for me!).
contrastingly, the isaac road-bike geometry fits pefect for me!
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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by preludervtec

Andy284 wrote:... and here is my wife's Ridley Dean TT bike. Saddle changed from ISM back to Aspide after a 100mile TT on Sunday.

That is the Firecrest 404 Tubular on the front with Conti Podium TT 22mm. GP4000S tub on the back.



Did you just say a 100 mile TT!!!??!?!?!??!?!!


No need to quote pictures guys

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