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FACT
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by FACT

Here we go.

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tochnics
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by tochnics

fact i will vote youre bike best looking above wuwo s and roadmaniac if you post a picture with full black wheels :lol:
however without it will look good to
i like how the shiny brake caliper fits the white paint
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by miltmaster3

yep s works :thumbup:
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@FACT: I was almost beginning to think a decent looking Tarmac didn't exist! :shock: Luckily, you convinced me of the contrary! Very nice indeed. :thumbup:
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tochnics
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by tochnics

@ fact: can you tell me the weight of the frame and fork and the bike complete, frame size?

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FACT
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by FACT

Thanks guys! She's also a true beauty when it comes to handling.

6.8 on my bathroomscale. Size is a 54!

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by minoz

Thought I better step up and show off this 09 Saxo Bank SL2 with RED, fsa stem, post and bars. Since pics I have acquired the new 2009/2010 404 tubies.

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Sacke
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by Sacke

FACT wrote:Here we go.

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I have to say... never been a big fan of the Saxo Bank color scheme, but this build is THE classiest Tarmac I have ever seen.

I really love the perfectly matching deep blue handlebar tape and the deep blue SLR saddle. Everything topped off with classic wheels and classic tires.

Very, very nice work indeed!

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by sawyer

classic s-works? hmm... mixed up aesthetic. would look much better with modern wheels.
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tochnics
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by tochnics

its more the case that a frame with big tubes needs a bit more higher rims
the sidewalls of the tires make the wheels look smaller to
i know these sidwalls are classic but all dark would look better :smartass:

the wheels dont look classic because the rims and spokes are black
however i agree that some bora s would look fantastic on this bike :thumbup:
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by Chaingang

Two nice bike's. :thumbup: But as tochnics was saying, a pair off high wheels looks much nicer as on the first Saxo Tarmac . But that's my opinion. Maybe a nice pair off Reynonlds Assault? :wink: For the rest, enjoy your rides.
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My SL3 with Di2
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by suhaimi

my training bike...

sl2 quickstep 52
hed bastogne wheelset
3t rotundo ltd drop bar
3t arx ltd stem
7800 dura
selle san marco carbon composite sadde

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by doubleD

whats your race bike then :shock: :thumbup:

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by Romano

MattC wrote:My SL3 with Di2
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Nice bike, I plan a new bike and perhaps a Tarmac SL3.

But where is the battery on our frame ?????

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