New rig!

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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trukweaz
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by trukweaz

2 new Scott Team Cross bikes for 2008.

Scott Team frame : Alpha Q forks
SRAM Force : Avid brakes
New Shimano Pedals
White Ariones are in route!
Wheels will be Ksyrium or 404's with Dugast Typhoons and Rhynos.
I dont have a scale, but they are fairly light.
http://i1.tinypic.com/4t9e0if.jpg

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by 520 Dan

NICE!

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zank
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by zank

Very, very nice. 8)

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el_justino
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by el_justino

very, very, very, very nice! :lol: :wink:
I am thinking of buying the same frame next season...

trukweaz
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by trukweaz

zanc how did your race go today...that course was bumpy ha?

dlight
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by dlight

Really nice,

I've been looking at that frame and haven't been able to find the geometry for the 08. I think that is the one with the new sloping top tube.

Can anyone point me the direction of finding the new geometry. I've search here and all over the net. The next option would be to go to the LBS.

thanks for any help.

D

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Pimpdaddy
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by Pimpdaddy

I think the geometry is the same as the last three years but 08 has the sloping toptube. Its still short but it corners well! I have just built and raced mine, http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=35015
Ride faster not harder!

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