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Joined: Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:57 pm
Location: Ireland

by Irish

New-ish bike,bought this frame/fork 3 weeks ago & stuck old parts from road/time trial bikes on it to get it going.Raced once on it so far,& it feels ok.

Frame : Flanders Act 58c/t
Fork : Flanders Carbon/alu
H/set : FSA(came with frame)
S/pin : X-asty 28.6mm (shortened came with frame)
Brakes : Frog Leg copies(came with frame)
Saddle : Slr
Ergos :Campagnolo Record 03(will be changing these for Veloce 10spd)
Bars : Deda Magic 46cm
Stem : Deda Magic 12cm
Bar tape : Profile
B/bkt : Campagnolo Record 02
C/Set : Campagnolo Record 01
C/ring : Specialites 42 or 39
Pedals : Shimano spd(m525?)
Chain :Campagnolo 10spd
R/Mech : Campagnolo Veloce 10spd
Cables : Campagnolo
Wheels : Campagnolo Eurus
Cassette : Campagnolo Centuar 13/25?
Tyres : Michelin Cyclocross Mud 2
Tubes : Cheap 700x25/35
Rim tape : Green

Changes Due :Set of tubs(tufo)& tub wheels(I'm fat! ),Shim For 27.2 Goka carbon Seat Pin & Rivnuts for bottle holder on down tube.F/Mech : ? I have an Alivio front mech(top pull) which includes band & weighs 186g I'll put this on after cyclocross season.
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Mads Kock
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Location: Malmö, Sweden

by Mads Kock

That's a really nice bike you got there - for mostly training or racing?

by Weenie

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Joined: Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:57 pm
Location: Ireland

by Irish

Only plan doing about 4 cx races a year. I live 1/4mile from 100miles of scenic canal tow paths that strech across most of Ireland & is great to train on in a summers evening.Will also use it as next winters training bike(Roads here eat frames during winter).

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