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fayrwerks
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by fayrwerks

are those custom sram stickers? they look better than the old decals....
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Andreas82
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Idske
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by Idske

fayrwerks wrote:are those custom sram stickers? they look better than the old decals....


Yes it are custom stickers.. Old ones sucked :)

SDP
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viewtopic.php?f=10&t=70219&p=624324#p624324

i also have a 2006 anodised for winter / wet use
wife has two tcrs as well


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Sacke
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by Sacke

My 2008 Anthem. All the parts, except for rear shock and front derailleur have been changed in the last 5 months.

Weight: 10,55kg without any real WW-parts.
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Extrasgrilli
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by Extrasgrilli

and my XTC sl :thumbup:
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range
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Nice XTC!
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KH1
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by KH1

That XTC is sensational. :thumbup:
There'd be plenty of roadies happy with that weight too.
Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story......
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wymthg
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by wymthg

[quote="Extrasgrilli"][/quote]

Is there something odd about your forks? they on the correct way round?

Extrasgrilli
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wymthg wrote:
Extrasgrilli wrote:and my XTC sl :thumbup:
Is there something odd about your forks? they on the correct way round?


:shock:
:?:
all forks are so mounted. Where is the problem?

wymthg
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Just looked odd compared to the first pic in your sequence. No issue.

daj
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by daj

rick222 wrote:Here's my 2010 Advanced SL

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An Advanced SL with an Advanced style seatpost? Never seen one like this before!

Kasparz
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by Kasparz

Hey fellow Giant owners. Her's mine Giant OCR ONCE Team Replica 02'. Bought in 2002 when i was 13. Originally had Shimano Sora and even lower grade components. But to me that was spacemachine at that age. This bike was bought by parents and i saved my pennies and bought Mavic Open Pro/Novatec/DT Comp wheelset. Before this i had really old Concorde with Shimano 600 group. Anyway, i retired at 2005 but at 2007 rebuilded bike with Ultegra SL group and other higher end components because i started to race a little and being 18 could afford to upgrade. It is still a great thing to have and i love it just for being such a great machine that lead me to great races and few victories too.

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IAmtnbikr
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20.83 lbs (with seat pack/tube/lever/tools/pump... along with Magura rotors, Titec carbon bar ends, beefier tires and more comfy WTB saddle it's 23.50 ready to ride) and 15.36 lbs (with seat pack/tube/lever/tools and a frame pump it's 16.26 ready to ride!) respectively.
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