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ORCHID

by ORCHID

Where can I but the Brakes from Heule???

ORCHID

by ORCHID

Here a pic of my Python uncut on the scale.
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Boonen
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by Boonen

Hi Simon, thanks for the extra info on the brakepads. I can't really see it in the pictures, but it sounds like they are different than the bbb one's in that you can adjust the toe-in. That is really nice, as 'adjusting' your brakes by bending them isn't always good.
Good luck on your upcoming races! Now you can't blame the bikes anymore :wink:

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by C a s r a n

520 Dan wrote:Simon, what saddles are on your bikes? Are they Carbon SLRs or just SLRs with the covers ripped off?



Hi 520 Dan,


I asked Simon about it when I saw him in Belgium on the cross in Ruddervoorde mid Octobre.

He uses the normal (non carbon) SLRs with the covers ripped off and then cuts a piece out of it.

He two zooms of action pictures I took at that race:

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by Stoeperd

I've got a problem with my saddle on my cyclocrosser. The saddle is crooked, that happened with jumping on the bike. It's a San Marco Basic saddle. Is a SLR stronger? So than I can put that one on my bike.
The bike isn't the problem

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by elmar schrauth

i havea lot of road-race customers with broken slr rails

the slr on my crossbike is 2 years old, and still working
all kind of saddles can break


elmar

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