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TonyM
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izza wrote:Frame suffered in a domestic accident


That sounds interesting...Tell us more on that...

izza
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Metal fire door, clammy hands, two friends. What could go wrong as bike passed through doorframe?


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Zitter
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They were out of black corsas but I don't regret the skinwalls!
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TonyM
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I prefer the extravagancy of the red 3T!

Why don’t you use the DA rotors?

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They're what I had already, will probably upgrade them when I get the new shifters.

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Be careful your saddle is NOT stealth - as well as the red marks on your shifters/ crankset/ derailleur and the yellow/ red stickers on your wheels

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TonyM wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:04 am
Be careful your saddle is NOT stealth - as well as the red marks on your shifters/ crankset/ derailleur Image and the yellow/ red stickers on your wheels
Well it’s “stealthier” when I’m riding it lol

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AZR3 wrote:
TonyM wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:04 am
Be careful your saddle is NOT stealth - as well as the red marks on your shifters/ crankset/ derailleur Image and the yellow/ red stickers on your wheels
Well it’s “stealthier” when I’m riding it lol
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My Canyon Ultimate CF SL Disc 9.0.
Could be more stealth but I found out that the decals are under the clear coat.
Also the Elite Vico Carbon bottle cages were only available with white / silver details when I ordered them beginning of 2017 when they were just released.
Red speedplay pedals were a conscious choice inspired by Dimension Data.

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Zitter wrote:
Sun Jan 28, 2018 12:26 am

They were out of black corsas but I don't regret the skinwalls!
Nice bike!
No issues with the Custom 1x Shimano groupset?

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Works like a charm!

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frame - Open U.P.
seatpost - ENVE Zero Setback 27.2mm
levers - Shimano Ultegera ST-R8070
rear derailleur - Shimano XT
chain - KMC X11SL
brakes - Shimano Ultegra BR8070
crankset - Easton EC90 SL 172.5mm
chainrings - Easton 44T
pedals - Crank Brothers Eggbeater 3
stem - ENVE - ENVE Compact 42cm
saddle - Specialized S-Works Power 143mm
wheelset #1 - Specialized Roval CL40
wheelset #2 - Specialized Roval Traverse SL 650b
cassettes - SRAM XG-1180 / 10-42T
tires Continental Gatorskin 28c / Schwalbe Thunder Burt 2.1
power meter - Race Face Cinch

total bike weight - 7484 g (16.50 lbs)
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2018 OPEN U.P. Di2
2019 Specialized Stumpjumper Expert 29
2016 Specialized Fuse Carbon
2015 Specialized Fatboy Carbon
2015 Specialized Crux Single Speed

AZR3
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aaronpass wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:08 pm
frame - Open U.P.
seatpost - ENVE Zero Setback 27.2mm
levers - Shimano Ultegera ST-R8070
rear derailleur - Shimano XT
chain - KMC X11SL
brakes - Shimano Ultegra BR8070
crankset - Easton EC90 SL 172.5mm
chainrings - Easton 44T
pedals - Crank Brothers Eggbeater 3
stem - ENVE - ENVE Compact 42cm
saddle - Specialized S-Works Power 143mm
wheelset #1 - Specialized Roval CL40
wheelset #2 - Specialized Roval Traverse SL 650b
cassettes - SRAM XG-1180 / 10-42T
tires Continental Gatorskin 28c / Schwalbe Thunder Burt 2.1
power meter - Race Face Cinch

total bike weight - 7484 g (16.50 lbs)
Sweet UP, almost bought one but got a good deal on an Exploro. I'm trying to decide on a 650b tire and Thunder Burt is on my list, do you have many miles on them? If so how do you like them?

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AZR3 wrote:
Wed Mar 21, 2018 2:52 am
aaronpass wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:08 pm
frame - Open U.P.
seatpost - ENVE Zero Setback 27.2mm
levers - Shimano Ultegera ST-R8070
rear derailleur - Shimano XT
chain - KMC X11SL
brakes - Shimano Ultegra BR8070
crankset - Easton EC90 SL 172.5mm
chainrings - Easton 44T
pedals - Crank Brothers Eggbeater 3
stem - ENVE - ENVE Compact 42cm
saddle - Specialized S-Works Power 143mm
wheelset #1 - Specialized Roval CL40
wheelset #2 - Specialized Roval Traverse SL 650b
cassettes - SRAM XG-1180 / 10-42T
tires Continental Gatorskin 28c / Schwalbe Thunder Burt 2.1
power meter - Race Face Cinch

total bike weight - 7484 g (16.50 lbs)
Sweet UP, almost bought one but got a good deal on an Exploro. I'm trying to decide on a 650b tire and Thunder Burt is on my list, do you have many miles on them? If so how do you like them?
Thanks! I love the Thunder Burts. They roll fast and have pretty solid traction in the corners.
2018 OPEN U.P. Di2
2019 Specialized Stumpjumper Expert 29
2016 Specialized Fuse Carbon
2015 Specialized Fatboy Carbon
2015 Specialized Crux Single Speed

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