The Fleet

Wheelspinner
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edited January 2010 in Your road bikes
Posted Old Steely the other day, here's the rest of the stable..

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Pinarello Paris FP Carbon, Campagnolo Chorus everywhere except cranks which are Fulcrum R Torq. Cassette is 12-25, on 53/39 chainwheels. Mavic SSC SL wheels. 3T Ergosum Team bars, Most stem and seatpost, Fizik Arione Saddle and Fizik bar tape, Mavic WIntech computer. Look Keo Carbon pedals.

Principia RSL (The Green Hornet), Time Vectran carbon forks, Chris King headset, Reynolds Solitude wheels, Dura Ace 9 spd cranks and gears, with down tube shifters, Mavic SSC brakes. Shimano BL770 levers, Ritchey stem, bars and seatpost, Mavic computer, Fizik Aliante saddle, Ritchey V4 Micro Road pedals.. This is a very light and super quick commuter!

Fondriest Top Level (Flash Gordon). Another flat bar roadie for my significant other. Slick paintjob!! Even the seatpost is painted to match and there is a saddle from Selle San Marco which is embroidered to match as well, but it's damned uncomfortable, so this has a Fizik Rondine instead. Aluminium frame, carbon forks, Campagnolo Eurus G3 wheels, Chorus alloy cranks and rear mech, cassette is a 13-29, which means the derailleur is long cage. Record front mech. ITM 101 Carbon monocoque stem, PRO Carbon bar, and the lovely Campagnolo Chorus FB (flat bar) shift/brake levers. Carbon bottle cage, Vredestein Fortezza Tri Comp tyres in red and black.

There's an old Trek 8000 MTB in the garage too, circa 1993, but that spends most of it's life these days on the turbo trainer.
Open One+ BMC TE29 Seven 622SL On One Scandal Cervelo RS

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