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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
wicz
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by wicz

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wicz
Posts: 106
Joined: Mon Aug 07, 2006 5:13 pm

by wicz

browser problem!
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wicz
Posts: 106
Joined: Mon Aug 07, 2006 5:13 pm

by wicz

browser problem!
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wicz
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by wicz

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wicz
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by wicz

an ISP also saves weight for a good ammount of people. how many riders do you see daily on AX-lightness seatposts?

and isnt the stiffness of a frame determined by the layup of the carbon, not whether or not there is an ISP.

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pritchet74
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by pritchet74

Does anyone know what the new seat tube angles are?

BBAGDAN
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by BBAGDAN

thank god they toned down that stupid looking fork on the old cr1.

thewalrus
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by thewalrus

jer wrote:How do you put a bike with an ISP in a work stand? Is the ISP designed to be more crush resistant than a seat tube?


You use a repair stand that supports the bike by the fork and bottom bracket, with the front wheel removed. Park PRS-20 for example:

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