BMC TM01 with LW dish and Mavic iO wheels

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by Krull

fantastic!
sorry vor mai bed englisch!

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by klingej

Whoa - a regular ICBM! Fantastic..

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by maverick_1

:shock:

just can't find the right words to describe this.
IMHO i would rate as the best TT built in this forum.

hats off to you Tillquist!!

short question:
how's the braking surface on the Mavic IO?
that aside, isn't the IO made for track use only?

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by Epic-o

Just perfect Tillquist. Congratulations

The front end is spectacular

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by lotushiast

Porn on wheels!!!!
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by Tillquist

maverick_1 wrote::shock:

just can't find the right words to describe this.
IMHO i would rate as the best TT built in this forum.

hats off to you Tillquist!!

short question:
how's the braking surface on the Mavic IO?
that aside, isn't the IO made for track use only?


Yes it is a front wheel made ​​for track.

The carbon is as strong as a lightweight wheels, so there is nothing to see on the wheel.
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Willier wrote:That is one s(l)ick ride, it sure looks fast. Congrats! I would like to know, what do you think of O`Symetric rings-


O'Symetric chainrings are really good. It takes just a few hours to get used to them but it also feels natural to run with them.

The main difference is to get back on the road bike which is round chainrings, which I can clearly feel the dead spots.
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by Stolichnaya

Maggierose, the chain catcher is probably from Canyon, or perhaps custom made by Tillquist...
From the graphics though (see pictures on Tillquist's site) it looks like the Canyon model.

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by jever98

@Tillquist: awesome build! Quick question on the osys: what size big ring is it? I have a 54 lying around here that I wanted to put on my Speed Concept, but couldn't get the front derailleur high enough. I have contacted Osymetric France about a spacer, but they are slow to respond. Keen to hear if you had a similar issue and how you were able to solve it.

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Stolichnaya wrote:Maggierose, the chain catcher is probably from Canyon, or perhaps custom made by Tillquist...
From the graphics though (see pictures on Tillquist's site) it looks like the Canyon model.


Yes, it is the Canyon version 8)
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jever98 wrote:@Tillquist: awesome build! Quick question on the osys: what size big ring is it? I have a 54 lying around here that I wanted to put on my Speed Concept, but couldn't get the front derailleur high enough. I have contacted Osymetric France about a spacer, but they are slow to respond. Keen to hear if you had a similar issue and how you were able to solve it.

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it's a size 54T

You need a spacer like the picture and it's a O Symetric model...

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by jever98

Thanks! Any idea as to sources?
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jever98 wrote:Thanks! Any idea as to sources?


I got mine when I Chainrings set.

But you can buy an O symetric bolt set here and there is the one with
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by ross

Amazing

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