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Scott CR1

asprillaasprilla Posts: 8,440
edited July 2011 in Your road bikes
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Frame: Scott CR1 Pro
Forks: Scott CR1 Pro
Bars: FSA SL-K Compact
Stem: FSA OS-99
Headset: Scott
Bar Tape: Fizik Microtex Dual

Front Brake Lever: Sram Force
Front Caliper: Sram Force
Rear Brake Lever: Sram Force
Rear Caliper: Sram Force

Shifters: Sram Force
Cables: Gore Professional
Front Mech: Sram Force
Rear Mech: Sram Force

Seat: Fizik Arione
Seat Post: Thomson Masterpiece Set-back
Seat Post Clamp: Scott

Cranks: 175 mm Sram Force
Chainring(s): Sram Force Compack
Chain: Sram PC-1071
Cassette: Sram PG-1070 11-25
Pedals: Look Keo Max 2 Carbon
Bottom Bracket: Truative Ceramic BB86

Front Wheel: Reynolds Assault
Tire: Schwalbe Durano S

Back Wheel: Reynolds Assault
Tire: Schwalbe Durano S

Accessories: Fizik iPak Medium, Garmin Forerunner 310xt

Weight: 7.2kg
Mud - Genesis Vapour CCX
Race - Fuji Norcom Straight
Sun - Cervelo R3
Winter / Commute - Dolan ADX

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  • brinbrin Posts: 1,122
    Nice bike, but personally i would get the head tube cut down, and ditch the saddle bag.
  • asprillaasprilla Posts: 8,440
    Going to cut down the head tube, it's just a case of getting round to it. She's my only built up bike at the moment and I'd have to give her up to the LBS for a few days to get it done. As it's also my commuter that's a toughie.

    I like having a saddle bag because is means my kit is always there and I don't have to move tools etc when I'm commuting. Also, because I carry a rucksack on the commute I really enjoy the feeling of having nothing on my back on the weekend.
    Mud - Genesis Vapour CCX
    Race - Fuji Norcom Straight
    Sun - Cervelo R3
    Winter / Commute - Dolan ADX
  • Thats too good a bike to commute on!
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  • asprillaasprilla Posts: 8,440
    Thats too good a bike to commute on!

    I swap the wheels out for Hope Pro3 RS-Monos but other than that she's my spring / summer commuter. I do 200 miles a week commuting and then manage about 60 miles every other week with the club. I love riding this bike so I don't see why I shouldn't ride it as much as I can.

    I'm going to build up a Genesis Equilibrium for the autumn / winter commuter / club runner and then I've got a belt / afline / disc Civia Bryant for proper winter commuting.
    Mud - Genesis Vapour CCX
    Race - Fuji Norcom Straight
    Sun - Cervelo R3
    Winter / Commute - Dolan ADX
  • TMRTMR Posts: 3,986
    I really don't like the seat post, but that's not important as it's not my bike!

    Otherwise, very, very nice :D
  • andy46andy46 Posts: 1,666
    Whats wrong with the seat post :?:
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  • petemadocpetemadoc Posts: 2,667
    Very nice bike, I've just built up my new "best" bike and when the weathers nice I commute on it too.

    Cutting the steerer is a piece of pi55 mate. Just hold the fork on a solid surface, clamp the stem to where you need to cut so you make a straight cut and invest in a decent hacksaw. Just triple check your measurements!
  • asprillaasprilla Posts: 8,440
    PeteMadoc wrote:
    Very nice bike, I've just built up my new "best" bike and when the weathers nice I commute on it too.

    Cutting the steerer is a piece of pi55 mate. Just hold the fork on a solid surface, clamp the stem to where you need to cut so you make a straight cut and invest in a decent hacksaw. Just triple check your measurements!

    Cheers.

    I've cut alu and and steel steerers before, I just don't trust myself with carbon!
    Mud - Genesis Vapour CCX
    Race - Fuji Norcom Straight
    Sun - Cervelo R3
    Winter / Commute - Dolan ADX
  • petemadocpetemadoc Posts: 2,667
    Asprilla wrote:
    PeteMadoc wrote:
    Very nice bike, I've just built up my new "best" bike and when the weathers nice I commute on it too.

    Cutting the steerer is a piece of pi55 mate. Just hold the fork on a solid surface, clamp the stem to where you need to cut so you make a straight cut and invest in a decent hacksaw. Just triple check your measurements!

    Cheers.

    I've cut alu and and steel steerers before, I just don't trust myself with carbon!

    Yeah I know what you mean. Just deep breaths and take it slow, no different really.
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