Show me your Winter bikes

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oldtrackie
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by oldtrackie

The winter C40...
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eightace
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tony.corke
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by tony.corke

Titanium, bomber, race bike stiff. ISP, intergrated headtube, socket dropouts, clearance for 28s and a 35 fender. Oversize down and seat tube. tripple butted, BB30.
A project - winter bomb proof race training bike. to be continued.
Currently built with Athena 11spd and neutrons.
This thing rocks.
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giant man
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eightace wrote:Image

Hey eightace what's the Duel like? Rough ride for a carbon frame or smooth riding?

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Redddraggon
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Still need to get some guards to fit for this:
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Although they are both in Wales and I spend most of my time in Manchester so my Ti bike gets ridden all year in Manchester

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rico
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That must be the smallest Langster I've ever seen - a 48? Love the Ribble you posted earlier - is that the 7005 one? Any good?

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by steveo

Winter? What's that....? :noidea: :wink:

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kavitator
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by kavitator

same bike all year (road and TT)

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Redddraggon
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rico wrote:That must be the smallest Langster I've ever seen - a 48? Love the Ribble you posted earlier - is that the 7005 one? Any good?


It's a 49cm, Probably could have done with a 52cm or 54cm but a 49cm is not too bad.

The Ribble is sitting waiting to be built up again. It's alright, just a bit too long for me really.

steve1833
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by steve1833

I know its early, but weather is like winter here already !!!
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GZA
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tony.corke wrote:Titanium, bomber, race bike stiff. ISP, intergrated headtube, socket dropouts, clearance for 28s and a 35 fender. Oversize down and seat tube. tripple butted, BB30.
A project - winter bomb proof race training bike. to be continued.
Currently built with Athena 11spd and neutrons.
This thing rocks.


More pics please! Is this a custom built frame? Or available for retail?

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Powerful Pete
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@tony.corke, what GZA said. More and bigger pics, please!

And steve1833, you too! :mrgreen:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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lite pete
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Sky_Guy_1
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by Sky_Guy_1

Salsa La Cruz ... SRAM Rival with Hope Pro2 hubs / DT RR 1.1 rims / Thomson stem & post / Easton EC-90 traditional bend / SKS P35 Fenders

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