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by Weenie

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by kgt

Awesome! Especially on LWs.

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by Nefarious86

A mates new build.

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by tabl10s

mike wrote:
Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:24 pm
kgt, that wheelset looks good, but a better wheelset would be the millenstein since it is stiffer and matches the wide tubes on the bond.
Fat and skinny can work in harmony .
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by Crankycolnago

MiddMan wrote:
Fri Jun 02, 2017 4:33 pm
@kgt, I know measurements will differ depending on saddle, but do you have any way of measuring/ finding out how many cm the seat link + saddle will add to overall length when fitted into the seatmast of an RB800?

I need to reach a saddle height of 82-83 cm. I think I can do it with an UNCUT isp on a size XL (according to measurement I have from bb to top of uncut seatmast). But I want to be sure the seatpost topper + saddle will indeed put me at the right height.

PS. Asked US distributor many times never got an answer, this info I have on length of uncut isp is from private sale.
You can order a seat post and seat post clamp from Cipollini and that will solve your problems, the seat post is the same as the one on the bond.

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by rexyi1990

just built up today, 99% finished, looks awesome, especially under light.Image

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by themidge

Looks good, except those cranks really need sanding.
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by kgt

Awesome frame! Waiting for the final build.

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by MrMojo

Just joined the Cipo club straying from my usual Colnago. Bought and built up a NK1K. Size large in orange and black with a Chorus mechanical Groupset and Zipp 404 Firecrest wheels. Fizik Arione saddle and 3T ARX ltd carbon stem and Aeronova ltd bars. Need to get some photographs taken and posted. Really happy, very stiff compared to my C60 but with 25mm Pirelli Velo tyres rolls well over the crap British roads!
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