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Dan Gerous
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by Dan Gerous

I might as well contribute... :thumbup:

My main road bike, Evo Hi-Mod eTAP 2017 with Enve 3.4 wheels, SISL2 with Stages PM crankset, ee brakes. 6.3kg as pictured.

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My gravel bike, Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Di2 2014, normally shod with tougher Panaracer GravelKing 700x32 tires and the crank is temporary, the bike was re-built in a hurry ahead of a trip and the SRAM Red was the only uninstalled BB30 crankset I had laying around at the time, I need to put a Hollowgram back on and I could do with a longer and lower, steeper angled stem to mirror my Evo's position but it's close enough, fine for gravel riding. It's around 7.7kg I think.

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My CX bike turned commuter/bad weather bike is an old CAAD9 Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com team issue cross bike. I actually got it from Tim Johnson, it was in the pits at the CX Worlds in Treviso 2008, the sharpied #2 has since faded away. He gave it to me fully built with Generation 0.9 SRAM Red, Ksyrium SL's, FSA finishing kit and a few years worth of Michelin Mud clinchers but pretty much everything except the frame and fork are not original now...

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I also have an old Scalpel and Prophet mountain bikes... but they're permanently loaned to a friend and a nephew as I don't ride mountain bikes much these days.

markb2392
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by markb2392

Dan Gerous wrote:
Mon Apr 29, 2019 4:32 pm
I might as well contribute... :thumbup:

My main road bike, Evo Hi-Mod eTAP 2017 with Enve 3.4 wheels, SISL2 with Stages PM crankset, ee brakes. 6.3kg as pictured.

Image


My gravel bike, Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Di2 2014, normally shod with tougher Panaracer GravelKing 700x32 tires and the crank is temporary, the bike was re-built in a hurry ahead of a trip and the SRAM Red was the only uninstalled BB30 crankset I had laying around at the time, I need to put a Hollowgram back on and I could do with a longer and lower, steeper angled stem to mirror my Evo's position but it's close enough, fine for gravel riding. It's around 7.7kg I think.

Image


My CX bike turned commuter/bad weather bike is an old CAAD9 Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com team issue cross bike. I actually got it from Tim Johnson, it was in the pits at the CX Worlds in Treviso 2008, the sharpied #2 has since faded away. He gave it to me fully built with Generation 0.9 SRAM Red, Ksyrium SL's, FSA finishing kit and a few years worth of Michelin Mud clinchers but pretty much everything except the frame and fork are not original now...

Image


I also have an old Scalpel and Prophet mountain bikes... but they're permanently loaned to a friend and a nephew as I don't ride mountain bikes much these days.
Hi mate, random one. I really like the pics behind your supersix at the top of the page!! any chance of sharing the artist/where to get the prints?

cheers

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Dan Gerous
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by Dan Gerous

markb2392 wrote:
Sun May 19, 2019 12:52 pm
Hi mate, random one. I really like the pics behind your supersix at the top of the page!! any chance of sharing the artist/where to get the prints?

cheers
You can buy these and other nice stuff from The Handmade Cyclist.

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by markb2392

excellent, thanks!

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