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hewpttwo
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by hewpttwo

I will start this one, post your Dales pics and build specs please
This is my Caad 9 2010 BB30 Premium SL + fork
Campagnalo Chorus 11 speed with UT cranks and BB30 adaptor
Time impact pedals (oldies but goodies)
FSA and Deda bars and stem
Record seatpost and Fizik CX Aronie
Zonda training wheels
Mavic Carbonie race wheels
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STARNUT
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by STARNUT

I'm all for this thread (sticky? why yes, I think that's a great idea) but it needs to be over in the "introduction" forum.

Starnut
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Cocolo
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by coloclimber

Done- in Gallery. Post away although there are plenty of other 'dale threads. How about making this an '10 thread
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Beverly
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by Beverly

Work in progress/bad photo. Raw aluminum right now, having it powder coated in the next few days.
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CAAD9 58cm.
Premium fork
EC90 SLX bars
7800 shifters/cranks/rd
6600 fd
5600 brakes
mon chasseral wheels
bontrager saddle/post
around 17 pounds? :noidea:. when it gets back from powder coat, I'll put on the stronglight ct2 rings and cannondale decals. final goal is 6.8.

Lars K. P.
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by Lars K. P.

My C'dale ride:

Frame: Scalpel 100 – Aluminum, size M – year 2008
Fork: RockShox SID Race Poplock
Suspension: FOX RPL
Wheels: DT Swiss S240 / d4.2 Super competition 28 hole
QR: Salsa Ti
Tires: Maxxis Medusa
Tubes: Michelin Aircomp Latex
Crank set: Truvativ Stylo OCT
Cassette: SRAM PG-980, 12-32
Chain: SRAM PC-991
Rear derailleur: SRAM X.0, medium cage.
Front derailleur: Shimano LX
Shifters: SRAM X.0 trigger, with matchmakers
Brakes: Avid Juicy Ultimate 160 / 140 mm, 6 -bolt
Bar: Ritchey WCS - Wet Black Oversize
Grips: WCS True Locking
Stem: Ritchey WCS 4-Axis - wet black
Seat post: Ritchey WCS Carbon Sattelstütze 27,2 x 350 mm
Seat Clamp: Cannondale standard
Saddle: SLR XC
Pedals: Crankbrothers EggBeater SL
Cables: Gore Ride-on
Bottle mount: Tacx Tao


Suggestions for upgrades are welcome!!!

Sorry for the poor picture quality!
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bikerjulio
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Mr Pink

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58cm CAAD 5 with the Time fork
Campy Centaur '07 group with '09 levers.
Campy Ti seatpost
Richey WCS bar & stem
San Marco Rever saddle
Wheels are Open Pro on Chorus hubs

not a WW bike but always a conversation piece with the ladies!
There's sometimes a buggy.
How many drivers does a buggy have?

One.

So let's just say I'm drivin' this buggy...
and if you fix your attitude you can ride along with me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GekiIMh4ZkM

Junior Varsity
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by Junior Varsity

Well, here is my collection:

In the Gym. My wife's synapse.
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TT bike
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Scalpel Team-I just used those pedals for fitting
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SuperSix
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suck it Starnut...
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STARNUT
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by STARNUT

Nice wheels on the slice :mrgreen: .

You're missing one.

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by Junior Varsity

My bad... It's hanging in the garage minus wheels and a crank right now.


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DVN
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by DVN

Beautiful bikes, guys - Junior Varsity, you have quite the stable!

Here's my humble submission - she's not the lightest gal in the room, but she's my first real race-bike and I love her to no end. I just added the SDV66C's for the upcoming season - I can't wait for the snow to melt!

My next steps are to switch out the crank and seatpost...

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bencolem
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by bencolem

Junior Varsity - got any better pics of the wife's Synapse? Me likey.

Beverly - why the paint? Love the raw aluminium, reminds me of my old Good Boy (Jekyll)!

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JesseD
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58cm Six-13
Fulcrum Racing 1 wheels
Campagnolo 10spd UT Carbon Record chainset
Campagnolo Centaur brake calipers and front and rear mechs
Campagnolo Chorus ergos, chain and cassette
Ritchey carbon pro seatpost
Deda Newton shallow bars 44cm
FSA stem 110mm
Shimano cheapy pedals
Bonty carbon cages
Selle Italia Gel flite saddle

Weight not sure but I'll be selling it soon to fund a Super Six Hi-Mod with some sexy carbon deep section hoops :D

Home:Ballyhoura
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by Home:Ballyhoura

@ Junior Varsity: Off topic I know but are those the PRO bike display stands you are using for your bikes in the gym? I was thinking about getting some of those but now I think I will as they look really well. How do you find them, I know it may sound mad to ask do they perform well but are they stable, rigid enough to hold bikes (even MTBs) upright steady and secure? Thanks in advance, I genuinely really appreciate your help! :wink:

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2010 SuperSix Hi-Mod. 58cm, 15.1lbs

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