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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 2:58 am 
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wow, really interesting parts, a lot of new and colorful delicacies. very long and low position ...will not hurt your back?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:22 pm 
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Thanks for Your oppinions - thats realy nice :D

I was allways using long stems (around 135 milimeters for that geometry) Sometimes bike with long stem is harder to control (especially in technical sections), but I just like that long and low position on the bike!

Coloured pics? of course! I need only one sunny hour :)


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:50 pm 
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Location: Poland / Cracow
Some sunny moments yesterday gave me few moments to make some pics

So, full spec ang link to the gallery

FRAME: Tange double butted cr-mo 17,5"
FORK: Marzocchi XC 700 (XC 500 booster)
CHAINSET / BOTTOM BRACKET: TNT (Ta Specialites + Syncros + Vuelta) / FSA Ultimax Titanium
CASETTE: XT M737
REAR MECH: XT M737 (NOS), cnc 10T pulleys (NOS)
FRONT MECH: XT M738 (NOS)
SHIFTERS / LEVERS: XT M740 (NOS) / Ritchey Logic (NOS)
BRAKES: Tektro/Marin Lite (NOS), Ritchey pads (NOS), Onza Chill Pills (NOS)
FRONT WHEEL : Pulstar, DT, Conorio MT910, Topga Psycho Edge
REAR WHEEL: Pulstar (NOS), ?, Conorio MT910, Tioga Psyho TT
PEDALS: Sh M525 (nice cond, but I'll change them for some silver ones)
HEADSET: CK No Threadset
STEM: Zoom cr-mo
BAR: Zoom 170 (NOS), Onza grips (NOS)
SEATPOST: Zoom lightweight cr-mo
SADDLE: Ritchey Logic Viscount (nice cond, but I'll change them for some with sport, slim shape)
OTHERS: HikeDesign skeewers, bottle cage - ?, chainset extractors - Midleburn Titanium (NOS)

pics here:
https://picasaweb.google.com/1021978808 ... jbmqzuvXMA


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:49 pm 
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Location: Kuranda DH circa 1991
cool! i like it. skinny, thin, euro, blinged, stretched, subtle frame, just like a good supermodel :D

the colourful ano kit is a nice contrast to the frame that is a bit more humble.


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