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LeMomo
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by LeMomo

3T Exploro team frameset, aiming for a do it all build with 2 sets of wheels. Will be built with the dura ace/XT di2 set from my current road bike

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Omiar
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liam7020 wrote:
Fri Jan 31, 2020 8:49 am
Omiar wrote:
Thu Jan 30, 2020 9:12 pm
Its was time for new Sidis.
Very nice! Which model are those?
Sidi Wire 2 Carbon Air
Scott Foil Disc Ultegra Di2 R8070
Scott Foil Ultegra Di2 6750
Scott Scale 935 carbon 2015 Di2 - the "gravel eater / winter bike"
Scott Spark LTD 29" XT M8000 - sold
Scott Scale 35 26" - sold

Whipit
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Every time I'm back home in NZ I pick up something new to give a whirl from Ground Effect.
Last year it was the most amazing set of merino bibs with cargo pockets (maybe they taught Rapha what was cool?)... This year I'm hoping for as much luck with their gloves

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jspaceman
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AX Lightness 4200 Ergo handlebars. 42cm (c-t-c). 156g.


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wheelbuilder
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Zipp SL Speed Stem. 120


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dgasmd
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2nd hand barely used sets of Campagnolo wheels. Bora ultra Two 35 and 80.

Had to test the KOOLAID everyone seems to rave about because I sure need another set of wheels like I need a whole in the headImageImageImageImage

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miltmaster3
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MichaelB
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by MichaelB

It all started with this ;
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GT Xizang 9r Ti frame in M as a MonsterCross build, but have since bought
- M7120 calipers and hoses
- Mavic Crossroc & Hope/Stans 29er wheelsets
- Carbon PB DLR Lefty 110mm travel
- M775 cranks (only cost postage)
- 42 & 28T Shimano Chainrings
- Shimano XT BB
- Shimano FD-CX70

Seatpost & saddle to go. Bars (Shimano Discover Med flare), R7020 levers, RX800 RD & Jagwire CR rotors (180/160) coming from donor bike. :mrgreen: :beerchug:

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Miller76
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by Miller76

MichaelB wrote:It all started with this ;
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GT Xizang 9r Ti frame in M as a MonsterCross build, but have since bought
- M7120 calipers and hoses
- Mavic Crossroc & Hope/Stans 29er wheelsets
- Carbon PB DLR Lefty 110mm travel
- M775 cranks (only cost postage)
- 42 & 28T Shimano Chainrings
- Shimano XT BB
- Shimano FD-CX70

Seatpost & saddle to go. Bars (Shimano Discover Med flare), R7020 levers, RX800 RD & Jagwire CR rotors (180/160) coming from donor bike. :mrgreen: :beerchug:

The Xizang is one of my all time favorite frames - looking forward to seeing how this turns out!!


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MichaelB
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Miller76 wrote:
Thu Feb 20, 2020 1:57 am
..The Xizang is one of my all time favorite frames - looking forward to seeing how this turns out!!
Hoping to have it finished in time for an 80km Gravel Fondo at beginning of April. Should have it done !

djel
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Location: Montreal, CA

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Finally bought wider shoes to help relieve my feet. The S-Works are too narrow and I always pain & numbness in my feet. The Bont are super wide giving my feet plenty of space. I will try them on for the first time tomorrow on a long & hard ride :thumbup:


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TLN
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djel wrote:
Fri Feb 21, 2020 6:15 am
Finally bought wider shoes to help relieve my feet. The S-Works are too narrow and I always pain & numbness in my feet. The Bont are super wide giving my feet plenty of space. I will try them on for the first time tomorrow on a long & hard ride :thumbup:


How is sizing compared to sworks?
His: Specialiez S-Works Tarmac SL5 Disc.
Hers: Cannondale Synapse HM Disc

djel
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TLN wrote:
Fri Feb 21, 2020 7:15 am
How is sizing compared to sworks?
The Bont are the same lenght as the S-Works, but sized at 46 vs 45 for the Sub6.

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C36
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Trying new saddle, 95g, 4gunder specs!
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