The Time Bicycles Thread -- Time Frames, Bikes, & Hardware Components After Sale To Cardinal Cycling Group

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Kumppa
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by Kumppa

Just to confirm, did you actually try it with the wheel and can't fit? I just measured my dropouts and hanger several times and everything was 9,86-10 mm. No problem with Corima or Dt hubs.

Any extra carbon in these spots?

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by Ferdi77

Kumppa wrote:Just to confirm, did you actually try it with the wheel and can't fit? I just measured my dropouts and hanger several times and everything was 9,86-10 mm. No problem with Corima or Dt hubs.

Any extra carbon in these spots?

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Tried it first with the wheel, which I could not fit. The second step was measuring it.


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Ferdi77 wrote:
Kumppa wrote:Just to confirm, did you actually try it with the wheel and can't fit? I just measured my dropouts and hanger several times and everything was 9,86-10 mm. No problem with Corima or Dt hubs.

Any extra carbon in these spots?

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Tried it first with the wheel, which I could not fit. The second step was measuring it.


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Removed the hanger - it’s too narrow I think. The dropout itself isn’t a problem. Is this normal for the “first fit”?


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by nikospeed

Just measured the replacement hanger I had just ordered a few weeks ago - 10.18...10.20mm everywhere.
So looks as if your hanger is a bit bent. Suggest you contact Time or your dealer and get a new one.

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Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/

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odonnebj wrote:Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/
Why on earth is that headtube so phat


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mrbrown4001 wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 3:56 am
odonnebj wrote:Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/
Why on earth is that headtube so phat


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It's bcos many consumers were "educated" that full internal routing is the great thing and "must have" to stay in the "game".
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jlok wrote:
mrbrown4001 wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 3:56 am
odonnebj wrote:Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/
Why on earth is that headtube so phat


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It's bcos many consumers were "educated" that full internal routing is the great thing and "must have" to stay in the "game".
But other brands do internal routing and it doesn’t look that bad.


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odonnebj wrote:Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/
Interesting they’ve gone with the seat cluster from the current ADH21 rather than the 01. I wonder why that is.

Does the down tube seem more kamm-tail “aero” shaped to you all?


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jlok wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 5:15 am
mrbrown4001 wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 3:56 am
odonnebj wrote:Leaked photos of the new ADH road bike:

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6293225 ... 094023892/
Why on earth is that headtube so phat


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It's bcos many consumers were "educated" that full internal routing is the great thing and "must have" to stay in the "game".
Have you seen the Orbea Ordu and Factor Hanzo headtubes? They're internally routed bikes with suuuuper narrow headtubes
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BigBoyND wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 9:34 am

Have you seen the Orbea Ordu and Factor Hanzo headtubes? They're internally routed bikes with suuuuper narrow headtubes

I wouldn't be opposed to more bayonet fork bikes, but it's a bit like comparing apples to oranges here. Basically we have bikes with conventional steerers sitting inside 1-1/4" or 1-1/2" HTs with compression rings. The 1-1/4" uppers look OK while the bikes that use 1-1/2" look a bit less polished, such as the Time above.

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by MrCurrieinahurry

They almost need there phat shaped old school time stem to go with that headtube

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MDecius wrote:
Thu Dec 08, 2022 6:43 am
Does the down tube seem more kamm-tail “aero” shaped to you all?
It does to me, too.

Seeing that red/black/white color, makes me cancel my resolution not to buy a new frame next year.
Even though the AdHx arguably still looks even better, with the weave exposed throughout the frame, not only the rear triangle.
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by Pato

That's so disapointing. Is this the 01?
Was expecting a proper redesign for the 01 version instead of taking the 21 and adding internal cable routing.
Happy I didn't waste my time waiting for this one and went for another frame in the meantime.

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by Yoln

If that's it, it's so disappointing...

I've been waiting for 2 years for a new ADH, and they come up with an updated headset of a 5+ years old design... I feel like I'll just get a Baso at that point...
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