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Delorre
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by Delorre

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Very nice one! What's the final weight? What hubs did you use?

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3delis
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by 3delis

Delorre - Final weight now is like 13.7 lbs. still waiting on berk bar/stem combo which should help drop a little more.

Just got Schmolkes from Jason at Fairwheel - carbon Ti hubs - they've been big on those lately - great price/weight/quality. Have 2 other friends with TLO clinchers in town here also enjoying same setup.

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Bondurant wrote:
reedplayer wrote:@ minley: thanks. the whole time i wondered, what the frame reminds me of: modelle "massive attack r2r" is a re-labled ridley helium, isnt it? (I own a helium).
https://www.wyndymilla.com/collections/ ... attack-r2r


I thought Sarto built WyndyMilla frames.


this one probably comes from sarto:

https://www.wyndymilla.com/products/massive-attack

minley1
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by minley1

reedplayer wrote:
Bondurant wrote:
reedplayer wrote:@ minley: thanks. the whole time i wondered, what the frame reminds me of: modelle "massive attack r2r" is a re-labled ridley helium, isnt it? (I own a helium).
https://www.wyndymilla.com/collections/ ... attack-r2r


I thought Sarto built WyndyMilla frames.


this one probably comes from sarto:

https://www.wyndymilla.com/products/massive-attack



As far as I know all are made by Sarto, as you can have them full custom to suit, on the SL for example you can have direct mount brakes or an integral seat Post, as I said mine, was an ex demo which has a different top tube that never made production (too costly apparently), it looks similar to the Ridley, but cable routing is different.

reedplayer
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by reedplayer

ah, ok! its although the geometry, which made me think, modell "massive attack r2r" might be a relabled ridley helium. headtube, toptube, angles, sizing, etc., all identical to the "helium"-geometry!
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Tugboat
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Location: Wellington, New Zealand

by Tugboat

Suppose I could go even more stealth by removing any colored stickers....

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Nice bike... you ever take it off any sweet jumps?
2016 Canyon Ultimate CF SLX
2016 Cannondale Synapse Carbon
2016 Cannondale F-Si Carbon

fabriciom
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Location: Madrid, España

by fabriciom

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Bar tape needs a change :mrgreen:

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DOUG
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by DOUG

DOUG wrote:Image


CAAD10 Black Inc Disc, now updated with some new hoops, oh and a KMC gold chain + compact 10 arm Spidering but they've been on there for a while.

Bontrager Aeolus 3 TLR D3's. Really loving the increased stiffness and additional aero benefits, the hubs use DT Swiss 240 internals as well which roll really nicely. Set them up tubeless with Bontrager R3 tyres and I must say I'm impressed with them. Comparable to Conti GP4000 II's for grip levels and comfort. Not sure on durability but they seem to be quite good from what Ive read.

Bonus is that with the new wheel/tyre combo even managed to save a few grams (55g to be exact). Weight including pedals, cages and Garmin mount is 7.82kg.

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reedplayer
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crux
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Location: Zurich, Switzerland

by crux

This was my race bike before the Canyon. It‘s a Price Premium Road, 6.9 kg and almost completely stealth.

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izza
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by izza

My Madone in the shop. They kindly put a poster behind due to it being somewhat stealthy. Image



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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

izza wrote:My Madone in the shop. They kindly put a poster behind due to it being somewhat stealthy. Image



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Nice setup. It looks like a 58 or 60H2, correct?
Madone 9 https://goo.gl/7UwZpV
Crockett https://goo.gl/f5PdCN
Madone 5 https://goo.gl/cMdyFo

Madone 4, Cobia. I own a lot of Treks.

izza
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by izza

58H2. Precision fit said an H1 was beyond my old and creaking back without a stack of spacers.


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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

No shame in that! I'm an H2 guy, all the way. I think a slammed H2 looks much better than a tower of spacers, for the sake of riding a "pro" bike.
Madone 9 https://goo.gl/7UwZpV
Crockett https://goo.gl/f5PdCN
Madone 5 https://goo.gl/cMdyFo

Madone 4, Cobia. I own a lot of Treks.

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SampsC50
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by SampsC50

My old bike, 99% stealthy


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Trek Madone 9 Project One
Colnago C50 PR11


Ex: Eddie Merckx EMX-7, Colnago Master, Rose Pro SL Carbon

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