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Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please
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- Location: Stockholm, The Arctic...
20 ° and sun. But I'll have to wait until May.
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- Location: Delaware, OH
Enve SES 3.4 Tubular w/ King Hubs (black)
and an entry to the Haute Route.
The more you suffer, the closer you get to transcendence.
It's not the mountain you're climbing, it's yourself. If you don't want to know, stay at the bottom.
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- Joined: Thu Feb 03, 2011 2:28 pm
Sub 800g disc-only road frame with 135mm rear spacing; hydro discs; wireless electronic shifting; light 60mm disc-only tubeless rims.
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- Joined: Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:08 am
Privateer wrote:Sub 800g disc-only road frame with 135mm rear spacing; hydro discs; wireless electronic shifting; light 60mm disc-only tubeless rims.
Let me know if you find/suggest any decent disc only road frames? Thanks
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- Joined: Sat Jan 03, 2009 9:43 pm
- Location: Canada
On my wish list, there is only one thing, that will most likely wait for a while:
A MTB SRM unit, despite already having a Quarq MTB unit, I just like the SRM PC interface too much.
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- Location: Brooklyn
CBJ wrote:XTR shifters and Fox 120mm Talas. Fork has higher priority than the shifters.
Fork will arrive next week but more has been added to the list of course
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- Location: Triange, NC
I want an aero bike for the Florida flat lands, like a Spec Venge. Since my Tarmac fits so perfect, a Venge seems to be the logical choice. But I doubt seriously it will be on Santa's sled. It'll have to wait.
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all I need is for them to start selling the frames! (and a front wheel but thats small potatoes)
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- Location: Maine USA
the search is on for a 2008 Pinarello Prince 50cm
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- Location: Beirut, LEBANON
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Bmc tmr01 and dura ace 9070 di2