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Zakalwe
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by Zakalwe

Very nice indeed

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derosa2000
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by derosa2000

Fresh C64 which I helped to get for my friend . Amazing bike ..

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derosa2000 wrote:
Sun May 20, 2018 7:55 pm
Fresh C64 which I helped to get for my friend . Amazing bike ..

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Supercool :thumbup:

TurboTommy
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by TurboTommy

Nice man. That colours really grown on me. Such a rich red. I’m not sure about the stem. Sometimes I like it, sometimes I think it’s just a bit too much of a block. You can get proprietary spacers for it too so I’m sort of reserving judgement until I see the whole setup.

@guyc nice upgrade mate. Again, I think the enve stem can look a little beefy at times but 120mm slammed looks pretty dam cool!

At the moment I’ve got a deda superleggero on mine which was supposed to be a stop gap. It’s a little skinny for the frame perhaps but I quite like it. Maybe calnago’s pro vibe is the perfect middle ground. I’d probably have to get back into yoga to make it work though!

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MattN wrote:
Sat May 19, 2018 1:27 pm
My lowly CLX3.0, Chorus, Deda 100 finishing kit and FFWD F6R DT240 wheelset with Corsa G+ tubs.
That’s very pretty !

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MattN wrote:
Sat May 19, 2018 1:27 pm
My lowly CLX3.0, Chorus, Deda 100 finishing kit and FFWD F6R DT240 wheelset with Corsa G+ tubs.
Nothing lowly about that. What a gorgeous build.

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TurboTommy wrote:
Sun May 20, 2018 10:21 pm

@guyc nice upgrade mate. Again, I think the enve stem can look a little beefy at times but 120mm slammed looks pretty dam cool!

At the moment I’ve got a deda superleggero on mine which was supposed to be a stop gap. It’s a little skinny for the frame perhaps but I quite like it. Maybe calnago’s pro vibe is the perfect middle ground. I’d probably have to get back into yoga to make it work though!
Cheers man. It's absolutely bang-on slammed at 120mm now. My God - what a bike this is. I've already put 1000 miles on it.

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Suffolk on Sunday. Could probably justify 808s given how flat it is around here!!

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Perfect.

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guyc wrote:
Mon May 21, 2018 4:57 pm
MattN wrote:
Sat May 19, 2018 1:27 pm
My lowly CLX3.0, Chorus, Deda 100 finishing kit and FFWD F6R DT240 wheelset with Corsa G+ tubs.
Nothing lowly about that. What a gorgeous build.
Thanks 8)

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derosa2000 wrote:
Sun May 20, 2018 7:55 pm
Fresh C64 which I helped to get for my friend . Amazing bike ..

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What stem is this???

guyc
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Looks like the Colnago R41.

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derosa2000
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by derosa2000

Yes , stem is Colnago R41 . If you are ordering C64 with DA then normally you will get nice DEDA Superzero stem but there is an option to order with R41 at some extra cost .
Sorry not the best quality some pics from iphone ..

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by chefczyk

Love the bike, but that is a frustrating garmin mount solution on an otherwise slick ride.

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chefczyk wrote:Love the bike, but that is a frustrating garmin mount solution on an otherwise slick ride.
Have to agree with this. Also, I really think the taller top cap would be much nicer here. You have room for it I’m sure . It just tapers nicely upwards as opposed to the broom handle coming out of the top of a beercan look. But super nice ride.
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