Rotor Q-Rings => HELP??

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el_justino
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by el_justino

I heard from a friend that q-rings are forbidden, we discussed about it, but now I am unsure about it...

Can you guys help me??

Greetzz

Skillgannon
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by Skillgannon

Forbidden in what?
This board would be a nicer place if everyone would take themselves less seriously.

I almost miss Mr Search...

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el_justino
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by el_justino

To ride competition, UCI..

I am junior (17-18 yo)

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by RollinOn27s

el_justino wrote:To ride competition, UCI..

I am junior (17-18 yo)


Perhaps someone should tell Bobby Julich that.

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el_justino
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by el_justino

well, I said just the same, there are some pro's who ride them...
Why can't I ??

So then I came to WW, to hear if he is right or not...

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cortinovis
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by cortinovis

I don't think they are forbidden, they have been around for ages since the biopace rings. But you can check the UCI regulation, since January 1 you can download the rules for 2008.
Or send a email to wielerbondvlaanderen.

Let us know if you find more info, thanks!
Good luck Sheldon Brown and may Igor fly with you.

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