TIME

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Timer
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Location: Tempe, AZ

by Timer

Hello! I have been creeping on WW for sometime now, I have learned quite a bit form everyone. I finally feel I have some bikes worth sharing. Here are my bikes... :D
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TIME RXRS Black.jpg
Time NXR.jpg
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mathi
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by mathi

:shock: very nice both bikes ,but the green i like ..........a lot 8)

KB
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by KB

That's quite an entrance. Like Mathi, especially like the green one. Well done.

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LiveFastRideHard
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by LiveFastRideHard

Great bikes, build list and weights would be appreciated. Are those reynolds wheels on the nxr?
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by KWalker

Can't believe you're rocking an NXR as a crit bike. Lucky bastard.
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duz10s
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by duz10s

only just now worthy, ur kidding I would say you have been worthy for some time

those bikes are hot, great builds
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Timer
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by Timer

Thanks Everyone! I have not had a chance to weigh the NXR yet, but my RXR was 13.2 before I switched the RED brakes for the KCNC C7. Hopefully it dropped some grams.

Frame: Time RXR BlackLabel
Fork:Optimized Safe +² cARBON fork
Headset: Time Integrated
Handlebar: FSA K-Force
Tape: Specialized Roubaix
Stem: MONOLINK ULTEAM carbon stem
Levers: Sram Red
Brake calipers: KCNC C7
Front derailleur: Sram Red
Rear derailleur: Sram Red
Cranks: Sram Red 172.5
Pedals: LOOK Keo Blade
Cassette: Dura-ace 11-25
Chain: KMC Gold
Saddle: Fizik Arione Carbon rails
Wheels: Mavic CCU
Skewers: KCNC
Tires: Continental Sprinters, tubular
Cages: Time


Frame: Time NXR
Fork:Optimized Safe +² cARBON fork
Headset: Time Integrated
Handlebar: 3T Ergonova Pro
Tape: Fizik
Stem: MONOLINK ULTEAM carbon stem
Levers: Sram Red
Brake calipers: KCNC C6
Front derailleur: Sram Force
Rear derailleur: Sram Force
Cranks: Sram Force 172.5
Pedals: LOOK Keo carbon
Cassette: Dura-ace 11-25
Chain: KMC Gold
Saddle: Fizik Arione
Wheels: Edge 45 clincher w/ Powertap
Skewers: KCNC
Tires: Continental GP4000
Cages: Time Vip

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by KWalker

Why you'd run shitty brakes on a crit bike is beyond me. Only thing holding the NXR back.
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ajmit3
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by ajmit3

Amazing bikes ! :mrgreen: I really like the look of the Time frames. I know for some they are too 'loud', but for me they are perfect.

PS can we have weights in the metric system listed as well on WW. :lol:

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Incredible.

How do you find the difference between the two frames?

Timer
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by Timer

ajmit3 wrote:Amazing bikes ! :mrgreen: I really like the look of the Time frames. I know for some they are too 'loud', but for me they are perfect.

PS can we have weights in the metric system listed as well on WW. :lol:

Thanks! Yea I know a lot of people think they are flashy bikes, but I love TIME.
Sorry, Totally slipped my mind. :lol: 13.2lbs or 5.98kg

@Tinea Pedis: I really love the ride of the RXR alot! so much that its actually my second one. I just built up the NXR on thursday, so I have only had the chance to ride it twice. So far it feels very smooth like to RXR, but just a tad more "snappy". I plan on putting more miles in when Im free.

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Very, very, very impressive way to present yourself.

Wow. :thumbup:
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gumgardner
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by gumgardner

Can't go wrong with a TIME. Nice collection :thumbup:

plasticol
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by plasticol

:lol: Nice bikes, like them both, but I do not know what they are talking about, the RXR is waayyyy better looking then the NXR.
Can you tell me the diference in the ride, I do have the RXRS in white 2010 and the ride is a little on the stiff/not compliant side and I heard than the NXR is smoother.?

Thanks

Oscar.

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by prendrefeu

Wonderful! Welcome to WW too, even though you've been lurking around. :welcome:

When you have a chance, could you write up a little comparison between the two frames on ride quality/aspects/attributes?
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