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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:16 am 
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Ooo :shock: They look capable! 8)


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:38 pm 
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It's bloody finished! Apart from the fact I'm using a square taper FSA chainset until I can get the SRAM one back.
I will take some better photos outside another day.
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Been following this with interest mainly with the wheel and brake selection as currently sorting out a cross/disc build myself.


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very nice .

i have bough all the bits for it but still waiting for them to arrive :roll:


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cchris2lou wrote:
very nice .

i have bough all the bits for it but still waiting for them to arrive :roll:


Just ordered bb7 road calipers from Germany as suggested. cheaper by miles.


Look forward to hearing how good the hope setup works too


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daj wrote:
Been following this with interest mainly with the wheel and brake selection as currently sorting out a cross/disc build myself.


What frame are you using? If I'd not got this on special offer, I'd have one for a kinesis decade tripster, or a crosslight. The headtube on this frame is potentially a little short for my legs, I'm sure it'll be fine though.
I start my new job at Stif in the morning. 1st ride probably Wednesday on my day off, 1st commute later in the week.


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A Colnago World cup , By the time I have finished I could of just got a new one!! :lol: :lol: though its always nice to have a personal build unlike any other.


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