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sastre
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by sastre

new nago k zero
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Full steam we go against the odds
Headfirst we go against the grain
Against the odds, against the grain
We go against the odds, against the grain

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

It was his recovery day... :-D

sastre
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by sastre

Ramjm_2000 wrote:It was his recovery day... :-D


must of been a hell of a week.

this is ernie's son Alessandro not a little fella.
Full steam we go against the odds
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We go against the odds, against the grain

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ergott
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That bike looks AWESOME. Makes me want to take up time trialing so I can have an excuse to buy one. Oh, and I have to win the lottery as well.

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by Briscoelab

Just write if off as "an essential wheel evalutation device". I mean, how else can you really speak to the needs of your TT riding customers?

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ergott
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Briscoelab wrote:Just write if off as "an essential wheel evalutation device". I mean, how else can you really speak to the needs of your TT riding customers?


I guess I need access to a low-speed wind tunnel too :twisted:

hansonator69
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by hansonator69

I just want one! Then again I'd want a BMC TM01 if I had the Cadel fork/handlebar... :lol:
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Dalai
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ergott wrote:I guess I need access to a low-speed wind tunnel too :twisted:


Although not neccessary these days with the ability to do field testing with a PM, time in a wind tunnel offered me a clear insight into how even very minor position changes can make a big impact on drag...

Photos above would have been taken purely for advertising, so gear selection would be irrelevant...

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by hansonator69

Dalai wrote:Photos above would have been taken purely for advertising, so gear selection would be irrelevant...

Gear selection matters in advertising... big chainring and small cassette cog
Slam your stem.

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inb4 the generic "Shimano on an Italian Bike Haterade-post" coming from some crotchety old man somewhere still holding onto the past.
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thisisatest
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regarding the gearing:
it's a LOW SPEED wind tunnel
it's more aero in the little ring
he's riding into a headwind
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