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pk0r
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Sweet ride Knut.
The Ciussi Inox is 48g, the alu version 75g - Patao Alu66 50g.
Hope it helps. :-)
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Knut
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Thanks pk0r,

That's a bit more than I had hoped for... may look into the carbon version of Elite Patao and Pase instead then.

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by andyrr

Now covered around 150 miles on my Rex e based ride.
D/A 10 / Campag 10 mix and HED Stinger 5.0 wheels. Light, stiff and surprisingly comfortable. Position not yet 100% but it's not far off.
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willy
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by willy

very nice ride andyrr...beautiful bike

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Luc
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by Luc

Some minimal upgrades to my Giant TCR : F 99 stem, BTP bottle cages, Hegoa 38/50 rings, Tune ringbolts....

http://photos1.blogger.com/img/131/4080 ... de%201.jpg

http://photos1.blogger.com/img/131/4080 ... de%202.jpg

More to follow ! :D
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C a s r a n
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Can't see that, Luc. :cry:

Try to add it here as an attachment.
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divve
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by divve

Next time try uploading image names without a space in them.

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Luc
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by Luc

Sorry... :oops: Here we are...
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TS-Biker
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for the moment I'm riding on a Scott CR1 Limited XXL with dura-ace 10 speed, ritchey carbon seatpost, ritchey wcs stem, easton ec90 equipe handlebar, selle italia signo saddle. It weights 6,9 kg with the easton tempest carbons but I sent them back because I was not happy with them, now I ordered lightweight 20/20 wheels that makes it 0,150 kg lighter !


My 2nd CR1 limited comes next week : I'm trying to make a real WW-bike.
Easton slx fork, syntace f99 with titan bolts, easton equipe handlebar, ax deadalus seatpost, selle italia slr carbonio, dura-ace shifters + gears, nokon, zero gravity og ti 05, clavicula with ta hegoa and titan bolts, lightweight 20/20, I think it should be around 5,7 kg? 8)

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TiBikeNut
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by TiBikeNut

Here it is a 04 Ghisallo.
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Here it is a 04 Ghisallo.

I weighed it the other day at 12.8 pounds.

It includes a bike computer Cateye Double wireless (90 grams), heavier tires, "Tufo < 215" (100 grams/pair too much), heavier skewers Tune 16+17(20 grams/pair too much) and heavier Chris King Headset (60 grams too much). So if I was a real CRAZY weight weenie I could save another 270 grams, which is another 2/3 of a pound. But I want to be able to ride this thing all the time...

I think over winter I'll replace the headset and maybe the tires (but only if the wear strips start showing a lot) This sight has helped out a lot.


Frame: 04' Litespeed Ghisallo Medium
Fork: Easton SLX
Headset: King 1.125 Threadless
Stem: Syntace F99 w/ Ti bolts
Top Cap: Syntace
Bars: Kestrel EMS 26.8mm
Tape: Specialized Fat Bar Tape
Cables: Nokon
BB: American Classic
Crank: Stronglight Pulsion
Chain: Campy C10 Ultralight
Cassette: AM Classic 11-23
Saddle: M2Racer Eagle
Post: M2Racer 31.6x350mm
Brakes: OG-04 w/ Zipp Carbon pads
Pedals: M2Racer
Wheels: Zipp 202
Tires: Tufo <215


George
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brianwchan
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by brianwchan

I've said it before and I'll say it again: that's one beautiful giant, Luc. I love that color.

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Luc
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brianwchan wrote:I've said it before and I'll say it again: that's one beautiful giant, Luc. I love that color.


:thanx:
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Sleg8
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by Sleg8

George - can you please re-submit your photo. I'd love to see it as I'm currently tossing up between a Ghisallo or a CR1. Currently it's not showing. Thanks
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TiBikeNut
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Done!

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