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DDX
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by DDX

FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Feb 23, 2021 3:59 pm
Good looking build. My only question is why you went with the RX rear derailleur - I would assume it's because you use the bike on rough terrain, but just asking out of curiousity.
Rough terrain/basic offroad indeed, so the clutch will help with that, also running 30mm tires on this bike.
Not really any downsides of using the rx derailleur.

Weight of the bike, 7.6kg (ride ready so with bottles cages, pedals and garmin mount)

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hlvd
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by hlvd

DDX wrote:
FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Feb 23, 2021 3:59 pm
Good looking build. My only question is why you went with the RX rear derailleur - I would assume it's because you use the bike on rough terrain, but just asking out of curiousity.
Rough terrain/basic offroad indeed, so the clutch will help with that, also running 30mm tires on this bike.
Not really any downsides of using the rx derailleur.

Weight of the bike, 7.6kg (ride ready so with bottles cages, pedals and garmin mount)
I’ve only just realised it’s got discs, I thought it was a Koppenberg Image
Is this the RSL version?

DDX
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by DDX

hlvd wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:43 am
Is this the RSL version?
Yes, RSL H1 version.

hlvd
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by hlvd

DDX wrote:
hlvd wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:43 am
Is this the RSL version?
Yes, RSL H1 version.
Still gorgeous, and something I’d love to have.

How does it ride compared to other bikes you’ve ridden?

Robt57
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by Robt57

Half of it I think, the bottom got a brcket of the caliper mount. Before that I think only the bracket from the brake bride was used but broke off a lot. Like the early Team Issue Roubaix Domane early on?? Any one confirm?

FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:50 pm
That's a former team bike. What you're looking at is the number holder that's used for UCI races.

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I've seen [pics] just from the bottom, and/or with an attachment to the seatmast bolt too...

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DDX
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by DDX

hlvd wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 2:38 pm
Still gorgeous, and something I’d love to have.

How does it ride compared to other bikes you’ve ridden?
Rides comfortable compared to my other bikes.
Isospeed and 30mm tires help a lot for this and I don't think the resistance is a lot.
Other bikes are trek emonda slr and velobuild vbr086. (and velobuild gravelbike)

Jowwy
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by Jowwy

I just bought this on tuesday - so no changes made as yet
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666pounder
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Benytech
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by Benytech

Trek Emonda SLR 2019 Size 52
Groupset SRAM Red Mechanical 10 speed
Crank arm SRAM Red 170mm
Chainring Extralite 52-36T
Sprocket SRAM XX XG1090 11-32T
Rims AX Lightness Tubular
Spoke Sapim
Hub Tune Rear Mag 150 - Front Mig 45
Tire Continental Competition Tubular 700x22
Stem aloy unknown 100mm
Dropbar Carbon RXL SL 40cm
Seatmast carbon 175mm
Ubrake Cane Creek Direct Mount
Brakepad Swissstop
Housing Cable Shifter+Brake Elitelink
Pedal Time Xpresso 12
Chain KMC X11SL
Sadle carbon San Marco (remove pading)
Bottle Cage Carbon 8gram
QR Titanium Ultralight

Total weight 4.85Kg

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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

Nice looking build! How do the chainrings work, under stress?

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Benytech
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FIJIGabe wrote:
Tue Jun 08, 2021 2:49 pm
Nice looking build! How do the chainrings work, under stress?
chainring almost every 3-4 times a week in use for uphill. This extralite is very stiff and strong, highly recommended if you are looking for a light and stiff chainring maybe extralite can be an option

aqualelaki
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by aqualelaki

FlatlandClimber wrote:
Fri Nov 20, 2020 4:03 pm
Just to not have this thread run completely dry, I am sharing this here also:
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I was trying to take a few nicer images during my ride today, but it is really difficult to capture what makes the "Navy Smoke" color way so special. I will have to take out the DSLR next time. The last image probably captures best what makes it so amazing.

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Nice looking bike. What color is this? Did you special order from Project One?
Also, would you tell me the seat bag, and the saddle?

FlatlandClimber
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by FlatlandClimber

It's vice Pink, Smoke Blue.
The seat mast cap is just the standard from Trek
Specialized SW Æthos (2021) 6.1kg
Specialized SW Crux (2022) 7.9kg
Specialized SW Tarmac (2022)
Cervelo P5 Disc (2021) 9.1kg

*all weights are race ready bikes, large frame size.
Sold: SW Venge, S5 Disc, Roubaix Team, Open WI.DE, Émonda, Shiv TT Disc

Arph
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by Arph

Seat bag may look like a medium-sized Castelli no ? Saddle is a Power Mirror from Spesh I believe.

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666pounder
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by 666pounder

6.2 kg without any WW components, except for the Berk saddle. Not a bad weight. There's even a 105 cassete and Ultegra brake calipers and pedals. Other parts are Shimano Dura Ace, Zipp carbon handlebards, cannondale 100 mm stem and Roval CLX 32 tubulars.

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