2011 Canyon Ultimate CF

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Ghastly
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majklnajt wrote:BTW, which Vredestein tubs are those? Thanks.

Vredestein Fortezza Pro (Classic for the tan sidewalls)

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Thanks!
How do the hold the pressure? Do you inflate them everyday?

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Ghastly
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I only race the tubulars, so only inflate them once or twice a week.
They seem to hold the pressure pretty well...

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Thanks very much!
I dont like tubs that have to be inflated every single day!!!

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diggin' the wheels as much as the bicycle. Proper.

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Whats your saddle height?

Thanks

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There is something cool about low profile tubulars. Very nice bike you've got there, enjoy it as much as you can :thumbup:
A light bike does replace good fitness.

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a very quick (no cassette, no carbon specific brake pads) snapshot with the deepsection carbons...

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Simply Perfect!!!
I love it!



I wonder how it would look like with tan sidewalls ;)

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raceready!
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i had to tighten the cassette (11speed) with a 10 speed lockring (campa), otherwise the wheel wouldn't fit... Perfect now!

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Ghastly, what is your sadlle height?
Thanks! :thumbup:

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yeh, whats your saddle height ?

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You also need to adjust your shifters position.

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aka rotate your bars down but alas, im just nitpicking.

very cool bike

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CarlTroy wrote:
mcrdave wrote:Hi Carl

Love the bike especially the low stack height. Can you tell me more about the bits you need for this? Have looked on the canyon website and google smolik wedge but haven't found anything. Thanks. Dave

I'll PM you with the part numbers :thumbup: Then you let Canyon know which parts you need, they'll take care of you


Hi!

I wondered if you still know what the part numbers are. I am looking to get lower on my Canyon Ultimate CF, but the Acros I-Lock headset makes it rather difficult for me to do so. It would be really helpful :)

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