My Guru Carbonio/Ti

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by campyman099

Here is my new bike, 2005 Guru Carbonio/Ti w/ Record 10s. I don't have individual weights, only final build weight.

Frame: Guru Carbonio/Ti
Fork: Alpha Q Pro
Headset: FSA integrated
Stem/Handlebar: Deda Alanera
Top cap: Campy Record Carbon
Seatpost: Deda Black Stick w/ mag head
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR 135g
Brakes: Cane Creek BRS-SL 200
Shifters: Campy Record 10s Ultra
Front Der: Campy Record Carbon
Rear Der: Campy Record Carbon
BB: Campy Record Carbon
Crankset: Campy Record Carbon 53x39t
Cables/Housing: Campy
Rims: Zipp 330
Hubs: American Classic
Spokes: Wheelsmith ACE3
Nipples: Wheelsmith Alloy
Skewers: Salsa Ti
Tires: Clement Criterium Seta
Pedals: Time RXS Carbon/Ti
Cages: Arundel Dave-O

Weight: 15.4 lbs
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Quit whining and go ride your bike!!

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by Jean-Paul

Nice build. I'm rather not campa fanatic but it looks nice!
Why did you put in such high rims? For the look?
A cannondale rides faster than anything else. Just want to let you know:D

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by jartzt

I've been eyeing the Guru Carbino/TI for some time. I like the all black look -- very stealth. After you've had a chance to put some miles on it post your impressions of the frame. Thanks.

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by jmh

Great looking bike. Those bars look aero.

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by campyman099

I went for the taller rims for a stronger build since I weigh 90 kilos and a sprinter. I like the way aero wheels ride as compared to other wheels.
Quit whining and go ride your bike!!

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by Michiel

Nice bike!!!

I'd just add a bit of color, even if it is the slightest thing :wink:

THe problem with all black/grey setups is that even if they are the sharpest, coolest and lightest you won't notice it :?

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by big fellow

nice build!

those bars look sexy 8)

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by Luc

Sweet Black Beauty !

Pollice verso.

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by kingtom

to hot for me... :cry:

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