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hetchins68
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by hetchins68

Pardon my Pink Goodies ! :beerchug:
Been a lurker here in WW for a while for my tight budget build.

Its a Local Company in CA.
Weight 13.8lbs as is (no pedal, no cage and no garmin)
My next upgrade would be a whole new gruppo (currently Ultegra 6700 and aiming for RED)

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pretty happy with the outcome so far, but accepting any suggestions for more weight lost ! :idea:
:thumbup: :beerchug:

Parts list,
Frame : Suplicy Bike CS 0.7 (forgot to weigh em before the build :( )
Stem : FSA 60mm
Headset : FSA (unknown, bought frame used)
Handlebar : Ergonova LTD
Seat Mast : TUNE Cappy
Saddle : POP Saddle
Shifter : Ultegra 6700
Fr Der : Dura Ace 7900 + Parlee Carbon Clamp
Rr Der : Ultegra 6700
Crankset : Ultegra 6700 + Rotor Q 50/34T
BB : Ultegra 6700
Brakes : Ciamillo Zero Grav
Wheels : Reynolds MV32C
Skewers : Token TK233
Chain : KMC X10sl
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nspace
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by nspace

Looks awesome, never heard of this company before. Do you have a complete build list?

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

14.6lbs with Cage, Pedal and Garmin

Parts list,
Frame : Suplicy Bike CS 0.7 (forgot to weigh em before the build :( )
Stem : FSA 60mm
Headset : FSA (unknown, bought frame used)
Handlebar : Ergonova LTD
Seat Mast : TUNE Cappy
Saddle : POP Saddle
Shifter : Ultegra 6700
Fr Der : Dura Ace 7900 + Parlee Carbon Clamp
Rr Der : Ultegra 6700
Crankset : Ultegra 6700 + Rotor Q 50/34T
BB : Ultegra 6700
Brakes : Ciamillo Zero Grav
Wheels : Reynolds MV32C
Skewers : Token TK233
Chain : KMC X10sl

Cage : Stradalli Carbon
Pedal : Time Iclic Ti
Comp : Garmin 500

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jz4nyc
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by jz4nyc

that's a really nice simple looking frame, no garish graphics.

made in calif? really?

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kgt
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by kgt

Very nice but why ultegra? At least sram force would look better.

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

I paid almost nothing for the whole gruppo... Can't ignore that :beerchug:

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

jz4nyc wrote:that's a really nice simple looking frame, no garish graphics.

made in calif? really?

Designed in CA, made in Taiwan...lol

gumgardner
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by gumgardner

Hey :beerchug: looks good. :thumbup:
How do you like the ride? Comparable to other frames?

I hope you are getting some miles in with that saddle and you aren't still scared of breaking it :wink:

Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

nice to see something different ...looks well tidy

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

To mr. Jeff aka Mr.Gum

It's actually my first carbon frame. I heard from there's who owns this frame, it's a stiff one. :thumbup:

And that saddle has been getting abused for at least 100mls/week commute , hahaha...
Some of my buddies were jealous with its weight. :mrgreen:

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

Monkeyboy3333 wrote:nice to see something different ...looks well tidy


Thank you... :thumbup:

billspreston
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Location: CA

by billspreston

Looks very nice. Very short stem though... how is the handling?

hetchins68
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by hetchins68

billspreston wrote:Looks very nice. Very short stem though... how is the handling?


Handling is fine . I'm one of those with short hands... :mrgreen:

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

I really like that frame, never heard nothing about those bikes before. how is stiffness ?

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kgt
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by kgt

billspreston wrote:Looks very nice. Very short stem though... how is the handling?

I just noticed the stem...hmmm... that length equals wrong frame size IMHO.

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