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by Peter_E

[quote="Müsing"]This is my ride for the season. Team Quantec SLR.

Good looking sensible racing build.

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by ciclistarapdio

I just uploaded a better Image ;)

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by cmh

Not much of a WW but it'll Masi CXR was swiped so just replaced it with a Cinelli Zydeco.

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by vladoo

My first ride this year on my Merida CycloCross 4 (mixed Campa), with 4,1kg wheels (never more Kenda tyres). I did 96km, but avg heartrate was really crazy number - 158.

Truth and love must prevail over lies and hatred. (V. Havel, november 1989)

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by threadless

This is my freshly built crosser. Pardon the steerer tube, I need to trim it down. Nothing super light, as I want a dependable bike for races.

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by wasabi1

Any chance we could revive this thread?

Dont have my own to post, although will do soon.

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by Doyler

Thar she blows. The fork is brutal and makes it handle like a boat.


Here it is in some action.




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by wasabi1


Was actually looking at that frame. Good to know about the fork. Thought it looked a bit shite myself!

Guess carbon is the way forward.

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by Tamu8104

Here are my cross bikes, hopefully racing a little more this season.

The main ride - Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie


And the single speed - Raleigh Hi-Life (will be getting new levers, tubular wheels, chainguard, and maybe a new crank this fall.

Gaulzetti Cabron Disc = (weight unknown)
Rock Lobster Team Tig SL Disc = (pending)
Sold: Ridley X-Night Disc = 7.80 kg | Ridley Noah FAST = 6.86 | Ridley Fenix = 6.74 | Raleigh HiLife = 7.46 | Fuji SST = 7.34 | Van Dessel FTB = 7.58

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by Miller76


Here is mine, built it up for next weekends Dirty Apple ride - going to slip on some 32mm cx tires - its a mix of old spare parts and ideally I'd love some newer stronger hand built clinchers and i am currently scouring the 'bay for a cheapish Hollowgram crank.

I actually like his frame more than my current six13.....

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by Drockspoke

Here is mine.


2011 Kona Jake the Snake
Ritchey WCS Wet White Stem
Ritchey WCS Carbon Headset
Zipp Service Course SL Short and Shallow Handlebar
Specialized S-Wrap Classic Black/Electric Blue Bar Tape
SRAM Rival Groupset, Front Derailleur Removed
SRAM Force BB30 Chainset (Outer Chainring used as a chain guard)
K-Edge Chain Catcher
Crank Bros Eggbeaters Pedals
TRP EuroX Brakes
Jagwire Cables
Zipp Service Course SL Seatpost
Specialized Romin Saddle
Training Wheels Fulcrum Racing 7 CX
Racing Wheels Stan's Notubes w/ Chris King R45 Mango Hubs
Michelin Mud 2 Tires

Planned Upgrades:
K-Edge Chainring Guard
TRP CX 8.4 Side Pull Brakes

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by mgordon



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by CaptainP

My new On-One Pompino in a homemade SUPER excellent Stars&Stripes/Union Jack/Tri Couleur paint.


On-One Pompino sz. small
Alpina full carbon fork - SUPER light!
Thomson stem/post
Chris King
Zipp SC SL bars w. Lizard Skin
Planet-X brakes
On-One track wheels
Challenge tyres
Sram Red cranks
Sram brake levers
Specialized Romin

A bit over 8kg

Maybe for sale so let me know if your intrested (located in Denmark, but will ship).

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by TuscanySwe

mgordon wrote:Image


Thats a very nice bike!! Is that a painted enve fork? or maybe a whiskey fork?
Im thinking bout a cross with discs. Is the reason for you not using any brake cable stops that its designed to be used with hydralics when they become available? Or just less mud sensitive that way, or why?
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by mvacolnago


Prototype World Cup aluminum frame with carbon fork
Campy Record 11 drivetrain
FSA Slk chainset with 11 sp fsa rings
Tectro bmx brakes (amazing power for $20 a set)
FSA bar and stem
fizik arione saddle
time atac pedals
mavic k sl wheels
Tires get swapped between the conti 4 season's 28c / specialized trigger pro/ challange grifo's depending on riding conditions

Total weight is just over 16.5 lbs

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