Jan Ullrich`s new bike

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by Skillgannon

Probably right - but hey, you never know. If it fits giant geometry, may well be they just reused an old mould for the brand

But doubt it

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by iubike

I would totally ride that bike :) Go Jan. Except the crappy DA

K :P

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by cadence90

They look like nice bikes, but judging by the second photo the color schemes are all wrong:
it seems they should be "Blue-jacket Blue"; "Blue-jeans Blue"; and "White-shirt White". :lol:
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by divve

According to his website they're made in Italy. The top of the line carbon frame lists for €2995 with full custom geometry and tube to tube wrapping from what it looks like. My guess is that it could be from Billato.

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by Adrien

Wow, crazy nice bike, why are the chainrings blue? :o

By the way, did I miss something with the 11speeds? :shock:

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by spokey1.0

Stunning bikes...I'd imagine that this "special edition" is not something that can be readily had with Clavicula/LW's/AX, etc. If it is readily available, cheers again to Jan for bringing some true weight weenieism to the wider world. He looks to be in great shape, can't wait to see him mix it up at the Tour.

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by brecht

Nice bikes and pictures ideed!!

http://www.janullrichbikes.de

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by Kuiper

LJ wrote:
Samu Ilonen wrote:Hey, I know man in that last picture. He is not Ulle... :D


He rides like him :twisted:


Maybe his brother? ? Our is he a Jan Ullrich "stand-in"?

ooh wait it's stefan :thumbup:

the bikes are really good looking, would be nice to own one,
Anton thanks for the photo's

Stefan / Anton / Other guys on the presentation did you had a chance to drive a bike? and how was it?

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by Beeble

divve wrote:According to his website they're made in Italy. The top of the line carbon frame lists for €2995 with full custom geometry and tube to tube wrapping from what it looks like. My guess is that it could be from Billato.


I'd say they are made by Oria.

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by 2 wheels

Beeble wrote:I'd say they are made by Oria.

Do you have a link for Oria's website?

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by HOWMUCHDOESITWEIGH?

Oria are the guys producing the carbon tubing for Eddy Merckx bicycles, in Italy, and have dealings with Easton... They are just like dedacciai and columbus...
BILL NIKO, YOU WILL NOT EVER BE FORGOTTEN.

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This it the Ullrich Grand Tour bike...I think by EmmeZeta :)

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by HOWMUCHDOESITWEIGH?

Made with Dedacciai tubing... nice find divve! I wonder how much more you have got to pay, to have one with Jan's name on it. :lol:

http://www.emmezetasnc.com/inglese/frames.html
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by Exar

Is it the same frame as the Kona King Zing?
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Chains to the right!

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by KB

The frame reminds me of the Cannondale Synapse carbon - I like it. The bike looks like Anton's Spin!!! Very nice bikes.

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