My thoughts are:
Compact Moots (must
have matching Moots stem and seatpost)
Indy Fab 953 (definitely must have a pair of these
I don't like aluminium or crabon fribé
I'd have to think about the running gear. If we are sticking with the all-new, easily-bought-from-a-shop type kit then I think 7900 for a Moots and Campagnolo for an Indy Fab, but I'd get stuck on current groupsets. SRAM looks a bit too loud for me. I really don't like 7900 levers and I am not
interested in 11-speed set-ups, carbon cranksets or skeleton brakes. There's no way I'd get fancy wheels. I like 28 or 32-spoke reliability, Open Pros and that noise a King makes.
My Lynskey has 7800 and sits on Dura Ace hubs / Open Pro CD rims. It's about the most perfect thing I could imagine riding and I can't imagine changing it... I guess I'd buy a better MTB and steadily burn the rest of the money away somewhere hot in a bar on beach, off my head on Ouzo.
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