My lapierre for 2007

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charmette1261
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by charmette1261

I present to you my lapierre for this season 2007. An assembly carried out by my care... More infos on our blog lapierrecustom.

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what think about it?

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Luc
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by Luc

Sweet sweet build....Very cute w/ the Look fork (much better than w/ the semi-matty-finish Ritchey, IMO)

...Flo's twin sister ?

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Pollice verso.

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mathi
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by mathi

Sweet :D

mike
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by mike

very nice build. one ?: why dura ace when there is ultratorque?

Mathieu
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by Mathieu

very nice. but strange choice with DA cranks...
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record
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by record

nice combination of DA cranks and campy parts. How does it work?

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cortinovis
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by cortinovis

those wheels are the max !
enjoy the ride man
Good luck Sheldon Brown and may Igor fly with you.

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Swayze's Hair
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by Swayze's Hair

Very nice looking ride. The Jerk thinks your stems too short. :lol:
4//25

lilland
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by lilland

Nice bike! :) but whats up with the DA cranks??

Got to love those classic looking wheels.

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DocRay
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by DocRay

I can understand the DA cranks, they are very good cranks.

pieterp
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by pieterp

Very, very nice bike, I like the understated looks of the Lapierre carbon frames.

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spookyload
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by spookyload

DocRay wrote:I can understand the DA cranks, they are very good cranks.


Even more strange is the Dura Ace cassette, Dura Ace front derailleur, and the Record rear. How do you make the Record levers shift on a dura ace cassette and front derailleur?

Rickyfirst
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by Rickyfirst

spookyload wrote:
DocRay wrote:I can understand the DA cranks, they are very good cranks.


Even more strange is the Dura Ace cassette, Dura Ace front derailleur, and the Record rear. How do you make the Record levers shift on a dura ace cassette and front derailleur?


A front derailleur will work with any levers shift.

Shifting with a Campy ergopower on a Shimano 10 speed cassette is not the best shifting you can have but with a Shimano chain it works not so bad.

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993flo
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by 993flo

mike wrote:very nice build. one ?: why dura ace when there is ultratorque?


There's a d-a on his bike because he had this on his latest "version" of this frame

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