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Thermonuclear

AkirashoAkirasho Posts: 1,892
edited November 2011 in Your road bikes
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Frame: Cyclist-ManhattanProjectSeatTube000.jpg

Forks: Reynolds Ouzo Comp
Bars: 3T Morphe
Stem: 3T Forgie
Headset: Chris King 1 1/8 threadless
Bar Tape: Profile

Front Brake Lever: Dura Ace
Front Caliper: Dura Ace
Rear Brake Lever: Dura Ace
Rear Caliper: Dura Ace

Shifters: Dura Ace 9 speed
Cables: Airborne
Front Mech: Dura Ace
Rear Mech: Dura Ace

Seat: Selle Italia
Seat Post: Thomson
Seat Post Clamp: Airborne

Cranks: FSA Team
Chainring(s): Dura Ace 55/43
Chain: Dura Ace
Cassette: Dura Ace 11/21
Pedals: LOOK 296
Bottom Bracket: Ultegra

Front Wheel: Mavic Ksyrium
Rim:
Spokes:
Hub:
Tube:
Tire: Conti GP3000/4000

Back Wheel: Mavic Ksyrium
Rim:
Spokes:
Hub:
Tube:
Tire: Conti GP3000/4000

Accessories:

Weight:

Other info: "pre production" production frameset uses butted tubing throughout.

Posts

  • solboysolboy Posts: 368
    how many bikes do you have then?
  • AkirashoAkirasho Posts: 1,892
    how many bikes do you have then?

    ... more than 1 and less than 100.
  • ratsbeyfusratsbeyfus Posts: 2,841
    So 2 then?


    I had one of them red bikes but I don't any more. Sad face.

    @ratsbey
  • AkirashoAkirasho Posts: 1,892
    ratsbeyfus wrote:
    So 2 then?

    ... let's just say that I agree with the mathematical formula for the optimal number of road bikes...

    N+1, where N equals the number of bikes you now have... :mrgreen:
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