Baum Ristretto - a Giro style re-introduction!

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klingej
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by klingej

Stellar.

KB
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by KB

Looks fantastic. But where's the corrugated metal door we often see on the Baum pics! :thumbup:

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ty-ro
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by ty-ro

Just when you thought the bike couldn't get any better. Wow! That looks fantastic. Congrats. :thumbup:

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

What a ripper!
The straight Griffin that's a bonza sheila!
Certainly won't be daggy anytime soon, I'm sure it goes like a shower of sh*t.

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Tinea Pedis
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Thanks lads, I'm stoked with how it's come up. Have over 10,000km on it, so know it certainly already rode like a dream. Now it's even more of a match to my personality.

Massive thanks to Darren for such an amazing frame and Jared for being the master he is and having the vision to be able to tie the scheme and my requests all together.


Here are some hosted pic's, apologies for being too lazy to get them done earlier :oops:


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prendrefeu
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What wheels, mate?
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ty-ro
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by ty-ro

prendrefeu wrote:What wheels, mate?


http://www.bouwmeesterwheels.com/

I just can't stop looking at this bike!

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prendrefeu
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Thanks ty-ro.
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musket
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by musket

They're an australian built wheel using generic rims / hubs.
Don't be alarmed.

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kikkie
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by kikkie

That paintjob is amazing! Loving it!

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

Beautifull!! :thumbup: :beerchug:

You can repaint the pink into yellow when July comes... and in september, yellow into golden..... ;)

dcj9
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by dcj9

this is very nice. reminds me of the gan team colours from the 1970's

ty-ro
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by ty-ro

prendrefeu wrote:Thanks ty-ro.


My pleasure. :)

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by jero

Stunning :faint:

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by strobbekoen

Tinea, that is perfection! :shock:

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