What's on your wishlist?

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brearley
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by brearley

I am starting a new job on Monday and doing the standard thing now of building up a wish list of everything I want to buy with this extra money

The only thing I'm finding is nothing really strikes my eye as a MUST have, sure there are things I would like but nothing I need to buy straight away.

So my question is what is on your wishlist or dream list of products.

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djconnel
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by djconnel

Schmolke handlebars.

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plpete
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by plpete

Those things are never a must have :smartass: :lol: However, I'm seriously lusting a BMC SLR01 frameset. I ride a nicely set up Cervelo RS that is great for my riding but damn that BMC looks sexy :mrgreen:

audiophilitis
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by audiophilitis

THM Fibula brakes is high on my priority list at the moment.

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shoopdawoop
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by shoopdawoop

THM M3 SRM crank and lightweight wheels, would do dirty things for either.

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Miller76
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by Miller76

Wishlist - the new Hollowgram cranks with the new spiderings

At the moment I am selling enve tapered fork, pace rc31 rigid forks, shimano pro bar/stem to fund new CX forks and a new CX specific wheel set

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Miller76
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by Miller76

Wishlist - the new Hollowgram cranks with the new spiderings

At the moment I am selling enve tapered fork, pace rc31 rigid forks, shimano pro bar/stem to fund new CX forks and a new CX specific wheel set

HUMP DIESEL
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by HUMP DIESEL

Mine would be a complete new bike. Working on that aspect now. Have not had my own for some time now. Would also like a great winter kit, something that would be great in all conditions, or adaptable, but fit really well.

Some good bar mounted lights.

SIDIs new shoes, although I have a pair of Ergo 3s, the new ones with the wire would be sweet.

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ticou
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by ticou

My local/training roads to be as smooth as silk so i can ride a carbon frame. Perhaps the tooth fairy will lend a hand, she's never failed me in the past.

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davec
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by davec

Campy EPS
Lightweights
Farnese Vini Selle Italia Kit
Rapha HiVis Gilette
Sidi wires

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by HammerTime2

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canbakay
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by canbakay

SRM
Lightweights

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OrPe
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by OrPe

Bora ultra. One or two.

Either would be nice...

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Enough dough so I can build a rigid carbon lefty... then a new crank... :noidea:
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New TT bike - after blowing my hamstring after the bike of a half-Ironman a couple of weeks ago. Bad bike fit = bad run.
2011 Scott Addict R3 (DA groupset, Tune Skyline RR wheelset, Rotor 52/36 Q-Rings)
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