2011 Canyon Ultimate CF

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Ghastly
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by Ghastly

majklnajt wrote:Ghastly, what is your sadlle height?
Thanks! :thumbup:


82.2cm
dunno the number how to order the normal (non Ilock) headset, i just asked for a non I-lock headset...

hna
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by hna

Okay, thanks!

I will see if I can get a coherent answer from Canyon customer service. You can get some fairly weird answers from them sometimes :lol:

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by Murphs

They currently can't even confirm that my warranty replacement frame has been sent to me, so I have lost a lot of faith in the customer service.

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Ghastly
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by Ghastly

bought me some new wheels! 2010 Corima Winium, with Vredestein Fortezza Pro tubulars. If these tubs are done, I'll put some tan sidewall tubs on for an even better look! ;-)
These wheels keep on turning and survived the first race on some harsh roads, so they're a keeper!

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danoontje
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by danoontje

Very nice bike, one of my favourites on this forum.

Going to watch the tour of flanders tomorrow? Close to your home right?

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Ghastly
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by Ghastly

a little less close with the new parcours, but I'm watching it on tv as I did the last 4-5 years... Too crowdy to see the real action, so training in the morning and on the couch in the afternoon!
Maybe I'll ride the last 100km myself on Monday...

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by majklnajt

I always love to see this bike!!

As you mentioned, tan sidewalls make it look even better!
BTW, where do you buy Vredestein tubs with tan sidewalls??

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Ghastly
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by Ghastly

bought those tubs @ my lbs (Van Eyck in Aalst, Belgium), they're called Vredestein Fortezza Pro "Classic", check http://www.vaneyckstore.be" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

kiserkm
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by kiserkm

Ghastly,
How long did it take for them to ship it to Belgium?

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Ghastly
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kiserkm wrote:Ghastly,
How long did it take for them to ship it to Belgium?


i think they arrived in around 4 weeks... Their estimated delivery-time is pretty correct!

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by kgt

One of the nicest wheels at their price. Don't agree on tan sidewalls at all.

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by WasFab

[quote="Ghastly"]Finally got to putting together my new Canyon. I got one, was pleased about it, so bought another one!

Frame: 2011 Canyon F10 Ultimate CF - 58
Groupset: Chorus 11-speed, 53-39 cranckset, 11-23 sprockets
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS Classic
Stem: Ritchey WCS matte black (1-1/4" as delivered with the frame) 12 cm
Seatpost: Canyon VCLS
Saddle: 2011 Selle Italia SLR
Pedals: Look Keo 2 Max
Wheels: Campagnolo Khamsin (training, on pics), Record-Nemesis (races), American Classic 58 Carbon (races)

Does your steerer tube is 1 1/4" not 1 1/8"? Also can you advice on your headset top cup bearings since I see your stem is quite slammed and I like it, I would like to know how to get a lower bearings cap for my headset.

Thanks David

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