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jmagoulas
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by jmagoulas

Really looking forward to riding this work of art.

Time Alpe d'huez 01 M
Black Inc integrated stem and bars 110mm 420mm
Rapha Classic black bar tape
Sram Red AXS Max 12 Speed
Sram Red AXS crankset 172.5
Sram Red AXS Aero PM Chainring 48T
Ceramic Speed coated bb386EVO bottom bracket
Sram Force Nickle 10-36t Cassette
Dura Ace pedals
Winspace Hyper 50mm wheels tubeless
ENVE 29mm tan wall tires (hope these fit)
Arundel 3k Bottle Cages
Berk dila 140mm padded saddle
160/160mm rotors
Hammerhead Karoo Gen 1 Computer

So far the parts that have come in....

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Kumppa
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by Kumppa

Nice! Which handlebar is that?

Waiting to see the full build. :thumbup:

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jmagoulas
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by jmagoulas

Black Inc integrated Bar and Stem with black Inc out front mount
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Llanberis
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by Llanberis

Awesome, looking forward to this one. What wheels will go on this beauty? :D

jmagoulas
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by jmagoulas

Winspace Hyper wheels with carbon spoke and filament wound.

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kitchencity
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by kitchencity

jmagoulas wrote:
Sun Oct 10, 2021 10:45 am
Really looking forward to riding this work of art.

Time Alpe d'huez 01 M
Black Inc integrated stem and bars 110mm 420mm
Rapha Classic black bar tape
Sram Red AXS Max 12 Speed
Sram Red AXS crankset 172.5
Sram Red AXS Aero PM Chainring 48T
Ceramic Speed coated bb386EVO bottom bracket
Sram Force Nickle 10-36t Cassette
Dura Ace pedals
Winspace Hyper 50mm wheels tubeless
ENVE 29mm tan wall tires (hope these fit)
Arundel 3k Bottle Cages
Berk dila 140mm padded saddle
160/160mm rotors
Hammerhead Karoo Gen 1 Computer

So far the parts that have come in....

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Very nice. What do the frame and seatpost actually weigh incl hanger?

jmagoulas
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by jmagoulas

LIttle bits rolled in.

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Peabody
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by Peabody

I am currently looking at an Alpe D'Huez 21 frameset and have a couple questions:

What is the tire clearance for the disc brake model? Would 28c or 30c tires fit? My current rims have an internal width of 23mm and external width of 31mm.

For the frame sizing - I am debating between the Medium and Large sizes. I was fitted into a size 56 Tarmac SL7 with a 100 mm stem. Do I go with the Large ADH and a 90 mm stem or the Medium and a 110 mm stem (Looking for a comfortable position to maintain for long rides - not an ultra racy/slammed position)

Perp
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by Perp


Peabody wrote:I am currently looking at an Alpe D'Huez 21 frameset and have a couple questions:

What is the tire clearance for the disc brake model? Would 28c or 30c tires fit? My current rims have an internal width of 23mm and external width of 31mm.

For the frame sizing - I am debating between the Medium and Large sizes. I was fitted into a size 56 Tarmac SL7 with a 100 mm stem. Do I go with the Large ADH and a 90 mm stem or the Medium and a 110 mm stem (Looking for a comfortable position to maintain for long rides - not an ultra racy/slammed position)
I have the 01 disc and have 28mm gp5000s and looks like 30s would easily fit. I have LB rims which are 21 internal I believe

I normally ride a 54 with a 110mm stem and ride a M ADH with 110 stem.

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deelymc
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by deelymc

I’m trying to find a replacement front recessed brake caliper nut for my Scylon. The head cracked on the original. I measured it to be around 45-47mm. I’ve checked with local shops but the longest they have is 35mm and that won’t work. Should I contact Time?

For reference the original is black and has a thin head. It’s light and possibly aluminum.

nafaiutb
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by nafaiutb

Nice short youtube clip - new model by the end of the year?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TpzUN2bVtI

burritoh
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by burritoh

Late to the party, finally added a Time to the stable. Not the lightest nor the aeroest, but the ride is fantastic. Hard to explain, but something about it encourages pressure to the pedals to make it fly. Loving this ride.
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by miltmaster3

burritoh wrote:Late to the party, finally added a Time to the stable. Not the lightest nor the aeroest, but the ride is fantastic. Hard to explain, but something about it encourages pressure to the pedals to make it fly. Loving this ride.
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Llanberis
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by Llanberis

burritoh wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 2:18 am
Late to the party, finally added a Time to the stable. Not the lightest nor the aeroest, but the ride is fantastic. Hard to explain, but something about it encourages pressure to the pedals to make it fly. Loving this ride.
Nice bike!! Where did you get the custom seat post done?

burritoh
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by burritoh

Llanberis wrote:
burritoh wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 2:18 am
Late to the party, finally added a Time to the stable. Not the lightest nor the aeroest, but the ride is fantastic. Hard to explain, but something about it encourages pressure to the pedals to make it fly. Loving this ride.
Nice bike!! Where did you get the custom seat post done?
Thanks! I got it 2nd hand, previous owner had Calfee modify the original. It looks almost overbuilt, but works really well. The offset was a bit much for me, so I ordered a stock one from Time.Image

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