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ScottGoBlue
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by ScottGoBlue

pastronef wrote:http://pics.lockerz.com/s/274207818

Garmin's use Ultegra di2 on their training bikes


Forgive my ignorance, but is his front brake intentionally open?

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ScottGoBlue wrote:
pastronef wrote:http://pics.lockerz.com/s/274207818

Garmin's use Ultegra di2 on their training bikes


Forgive my ignorance, but is his front brake intentionally open?

Scott


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by ScottGoBlue

Ahhhh .... thank you. That makes sense.

Scott

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by pastronef

http://twitter.com/riccardo_ricco/statu ... 40/photo/1

Riccardo Ricco ready for a training ride

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by HammerTime2

Has he given up his life dream of being a bartender?

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ultimobici
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For the love of god, give up & get a job at Esselunga (safeways)

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Kjetil
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...and become a cross dresser?
Bianchi-Campagnolo

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ultimobici wrote:For the love of god, give up & get a job at Esselunga (safeways)


Well he's not doing it for the love of God now is he? :lol:
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by pastronef

after a few research i found one of the few 49 cm SL4 in the peloton (Bazayev's)
http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/pho ... ers/215614

even the tiny Levi rode a 52

(I guess Tiralongo and Seldrayers ride a 49 cm sl4)

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Tiralongo is shorter than Levi by 2".
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Naah, that must be a repainted Amira. :lol:
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Clivee wrote:Rest in peace Burry Stander
Burry+Stander+2009+Mountain+Bike+Trials+World+urb7G3gseH8l.jpg


Man I am so gutted by this, where to start. I think what scares me more is how Ive followed him since getting into cycling in my mid teens, as an inspiration. Only 4 years older than me when he was cruelly taken from us, makes me realise again how precious life is.... how must his family feel, taken form them in his prime. I will miss you Burry. :| Hope they catch the coward who ran. sad day for cycling.

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Mitch Docker not using Oakley? Sponsor change?
Slam your stem.

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by Miller76

RIP Burry Stander - what a tragic loss

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by genesis692

KWalker wrote:If Rapha doesn't fit you, try a more generous club cut of another brand. I've found it to be very form fitting and appropriately proportioned despite having an odd torso/arm length for my height.


I actually find Rapha too generous already. Maybe I need to have a more oddly sized torso and arm length :wink:

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