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 Post subject: Serotta Colorado Tri
PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:10 pm 
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I've had this a wee while now and have been slowly collecting bits. Originally was going to be built with Ultegra 600 but some mavic bits have found there way into the parts box. Apart from what you see I have a mavic 316 headset which I may use.

Anyway any tips for the remaining parts(and the stuff I have so far) is welcome, I'd dearly like a disc but the budget might not stretch. I'll also hopefully race it in some tris a few times when its done.

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Oh and its a 650c if you can't tell :)


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me likey,

Get that into trasition with your Tinley shorts and crop top and you will set a new PB. (I might have a pair of Tinley shorts in the same pink as the bike)


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:22 pm 
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Tinleys the man but its Souza for style! :)


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What are those tri-bars Kaiser? They are lovely and exactly what I am looking for :roll: :wink:


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Those are 3T bioquartetto's, may or may not be staying as the gripshifts don't fit :? This is a pic of them fitted(not my bike).

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The pads/covers came from a botched planet x order, of another set of 3T tri bars.


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:shock: Those are something, right!


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Oooo................likin' the proper Old Skool Gripshift........Image


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what a wonderous frame! :shock: :D


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Any idea what year that frame is from?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 8:32 am 
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gm1230126 wrote:
Any idea what year that frame is from?


Its early 90's anyway. The frame appeared in the 90 catalogue but not the 94. I'll start trawling Serotta forums for some more info.


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