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New job, new bike. That's my motto.

I recently swapped jobs to work for the guys who built most of my bikes over the last decade, DeAnima. As both of my DeAnima frames are off the road, with one being resprayed and the other repaired, I felt an itch to get another. I have a road bike with rim brakes and a gravel bike, so disc road seemed the only option.

DeAnima AMG+ bare uncut tubeset weighing in at 1028g. Once it's cut I'll update you. Tube designs are unique to us, with construction being tube to tube.

Frame spec is as follows
  • 73° STA
    530mm seat tube
    540mm top tube
    145mm head tube
    410mm chainstays
    27.2mm seatpost
    Clearance for 30C tyres
Build will be as follows
  • Dura Ace 9270 groupset
    Mavic Cosmic SLR 32
    Veloflex Corsa EVO TLR Gum Sidewall 28C
    Cinelli Dinamo Stem
    Cinelli Neos Carbon Bars
    Cambium C13 Saddle
Paint will be a long conversation as options are endless! Stay tuned
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Awsome stuff mate we dont often get WW builds starting from before the frames tubes are joined
Love it and looking forward to this one..

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Very nice! I was considering a DeAnima recently, although I opted not to go custom carbon in the end (this time). Looking forward to seeing how this build unfolds :)

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Take off 5mm from headtube and we have almost similar frame geometry!
Looking forward to it!

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Never heard of DeAnima before, looks interesting :)

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micky wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 8:51 am
Take off 5mm from headtube and we have almost similar frame geometry!
Looking forward to it!
Sorry Micky, cant do that. I'd have too many spacers!!

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ultimobici wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 5:28 pm
micky wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 8:51 am
Take off 5mm from headtube and we have almost similar frame geometry!
Looking forward to it!
Sorry Micky, cant do that. I'd have too many spacers!!
How many is too many? :lol:
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ms6073 wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 7:29 pm
How many is too many?
This many!
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ultimobici wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 8:02 pm
ms6073 wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 7:29 pm
How many is too many?
This many!
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Sorry, forgot to add the lol emoji in my last reply. Is that a zero rise stem?
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ms6073 wrote:
Thu Dec 01, 2022 12:29 am
Sorry, forgot to add the lol emoji in my last reply. Is that a zero rise stem?
No, it's a Cinelli Dinamo 120/6º with a single 5mm spacer below.

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Stage 1 complete.

Main frame tubes have been mitred & tacked.

Next step is to align & tack seat stays & then wrap the joints.
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Alignment & tyre clearance checked
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Into the oven she goes
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This is very very cool! I have been thinking about building a carbon frame a home with premade tubes and just copying my current bike frame. I wonder if there are oval tubes available to buy 🤔

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Joints wrapped
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Joints all resined and rubbed down. Next stop, ports for hoses & cables.
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