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cerro
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by cerro

cleavel: Nice, what handlebar is that? Looks like it wants to race fast :)
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Ekorre
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by Ekorre

Really nice Cleavel! I like the looks of the older campy shifters.
Nice touch with the black/red bartape and seat. And offcourse nice frame :wink:

tranquilo
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by tranquilo

Hi!

I've never introduced myself as I have never been an die hard weightweenie and since this site is full of wonder bikes, who needs another 'Dale, right? :oops: :lol:

Anyway, with the purchase of some light wheels my bike is currently bellow UCI legal weight :twisted: and since this site as always been helpful and a joy to lurk, why not show off my beauty:

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It currently weights 6450g with garmin mounts and cadence/speed sensor.

Some build list that I changed from stock:

Deda Zero100 SC stem (110mm)
Deda Zero100 handlebars (42cm)
CarbonTI top cap
CarbonTI seat colar
Extralite Expander UltraStar II
Fizik Antares seat
Fizik Microtex glossy tape
Time iClick Carbon pedals
Random Chinese seat post (sanded and painted), to be changed to some Deda seat post.
Random Chinese bottle cages
Stronglight CT2 50/34 chainrings (Sram RED's best friend)
Canyon chaincatcher
Reynolds Bluepads
Farsports 50mm Tubular wheels (1131g)
Farsports quick releases (45g)
2 Veloflex Carbon (glued)
Jagwire cables

I've lost the weights of most of the components on a computer crash :cry:
I know about the angle of the seat, I just feel comfortable this way :thumbup:
The ride is lovely and is the best descend bike I've owned.

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Bye.

Dammit
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by Dammit

Some minor changes, still inching closer to my perfect Sunday bike:

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rOYk
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by rOYk

Love your bike man! What kind of handlebar installed on your bike?

Dammit
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by Dammit

Thanks- they are 3T Rotundo.

(With filthy tape)

KWalker
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by KWalker

Size 58? I have almost the exact same fit. 797cm seat height, same bars, 130mm stem, about 85mm setback on a 0 offset. Weird.
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Dammit
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by Dammit

Stem is a 120 but otherwise the same.

mattlawro
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by mattlawro

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myevo2013 by mattlawro, on Flickr

Now with da9000 mechanical.

Vuong05
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by Vuong05

Killer looking bike there mattlawro. Makes my evo looks so tame.
Current Stable. Evo (Storm Trooper) : 5.39kg | Alchemy Eros : Heavy (7.79kg)

CaptainP
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by CaptainP

My new 2012 Supersix. Sorry for the iPhone pics, better ones will come when it's fitted.

Will fit a Stronglight chainring, but can't seem to get it to fit properly... :evil:
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6,55kg as shown (with out seat pack)

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by nathanong87

yea that's because your crank has the hidden 5th bolt thing

CaptainP
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by CaptainP

nathanong87 wrote:yea that's because your crank has the hidden 5th bolt thing


That shouldn't be the problem...

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olmauntin
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by olmauntin

mattlawro wrote:
Now with da9000 mechanical.



beautiful bike
what is the frame size

mattlawro
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by mattlawro

Thanks. It's a 60! I'm 6'3 and I love the fit.

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