2006 pro equipment - road

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gcasillo
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If you happen upon a photo of the Liquigas-Bianchi bikes, please post them here! :)

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kman
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the Milram Cristallo looks heaps better than the Rabo bike. Still not beautiful, but 100 times better.
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What's going on with the seat stays above the brake mount on the treks? It looks like some kind of dampener?

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jeffr wrote:What's going on with the seat stays above the brake mount on the treks? It looks like some kind of dampener?


Read prior 15 posts......... :thumbup:

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kAb wrote:The decals on the TCR Advanced for T-Mobile are white in that picture. The ones at our shop are silver, complement the DA group well. Aren't T-mobile's bikes silver as well?


Apparently not any more...

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gcasillo wrote:If you happen upon a photo of the Liquigas-Bianchi bikes, please post them here! :)

Found these:

And also QuickStep Times:
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I'll believe what they're riding when the season has progressed a little. What's shown now and in early races are often just ad campaigns :hmm:

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John979 wrote:
LJ wrote:Whose the new Lampre rider?


It seems Lampre can't get away from hybrid carbon fiber - aluminum bicycles.


Not sure what you mean but the Le Roi frame shown before is a 100% CF frame. In fact it's pretty much a CR1 with some colour :)

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Found a few more images while looking,

Another of Zabel with a Cristallo and the Milram Kit, One of Kasheskin and Vinokourov it looks as though they are again riding BH's with Campagnolo and Oval compnents but they have a deal with SRM? they have also changed to Specialized helmets from Met and to Exte Ondo from Giordena.

And also an image of a Health Net Cannondale, its the front view so you can't really see much of the bike, but they seem to be staying with Ritchey Bars and Stems?
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premiumjack wrote:And also an image of a Health Net Cannondale, its the front view so you can't really see much of the bike, but they seem to be staying with Ritchey Bars and Stems?


Looks as if ZG's to go with the ritchey stuff

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Here´s a image of Mr. Pettachi and Mr. Colnago

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[quote="C a s r a n"]Other 2006 pro equipment (you might have allready seen this).



Team Discovery:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2006/ ... co_06b.jpg[/img]

Their Paris-Roubaix frames:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2006/ ... co_06a.jpg[/img]

And yes... they ordered over 30 Dura-Ace SRM-systems:

http://www.thepaceline.com/Galleries/74/_MG_1883.jpg[/img]



T-Mobile:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2006/ ... giant2.jpg[/img]



Illes Balears... and Support Team Lightweight :D :

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Milram:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/ ... -07-12.jpg[/img]

http://www.carbofibretec.de/ete1.jpg[/img]

Luckily they will be riding C50's as well. 8)



Lampre:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/ ... -07.12.jpg[/img]

http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/ ... -07.12.jpg[/img]



Heath Net:

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hey casran,,,,,

u just made me sell my F413 pinarello and call pinarello to order the new Paris Carbon in the new team color

this entrance of yours cost me too much this time ;-)

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jimmer23
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Yeah, that new team-issue Paris is sick eh? Hmmmmm, wonder what this new Dogma is worth... :oops:

BTW, is there a dampener on that Trek frame? Woah cool. :wink:

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tcr wrote:
kAb wrote:The decals on the TCR Advanced for T-Mobile are white in that picture. The ones at our shop are silver, complement the DA group well. Aren't T-mobile's bikes silver as well?


Apparently not any more...


I don't know if that one pic says that they are using the white decaled ones but who knows. I certainly hope not, it dones't look nearly as good as the silver decaled version.

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premiumjack wrote:Another of Zabel with a Cristallo and the Milram Kit, One of Kasheskin and Vinokourov it looks as though they are again riding BH's with Campagnolo and Oval compnents but they have a deal with SRM? they have also changed to Specialized helmets from Met and to Exte Ondo from Giordena.



Ullrich Schoberer (SRM) told me they will deliver 50 FSA-SRM cranksets to Liberty Seguros, as well as to CSC. I don't know if this is SRM sposorship (I doubt) or Liberty payed for them; remember Liberty wasn't even sponsored by Campagnolo last year!

What wheels are in that BH?
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