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No22 Great Divide

alexvamalexvam Posts: 8
edited October 2013 in Your road bikes
First Post!
Thought I'd put up a photo of my No22 Great Divide. My company distribute it- but I also ride it daily and bought this one myself, so it is my daily ride! Super sweet










Sorry for the poor images, but better to have the real world photos than studio images sometimes. Also sorry for the terrible white pedal- since changed!
I built the frameset up with 11 speed Ultegra. 52cm frame and the weight is 7.6kg as pictured.
Rides really nice, stiff BB (PF30) but still soaks up the road buzz


  • guymguym Posts: 50
    That is one lovely looking steed.
  • ledeevledeev Posts: 208
    edited October 2013
    Yes, it is indeed. What sort of bar tape is that?
  • GunnsieGunnsie Posts: 171
    Really like the look of that!! Never heard of the make before.
  • YostiYosti Posts: 36
    Im in love <3
    Wanted a De Rosa, but no doubt Im going to bye this insted.....
  • dread_i1dread_i1 Posts: 178
    That's real nice. What does the frame weigh in at?
  • pastey_boypastey_boy Posts: 2,083
    Looks like another Lynskey creation judging by the dropouts, beautiful finish .......
    Viner Salviati
    Shark Aero Pro
    Px Ti Custom
    Cougar 531
    Sab single speed
    Argon 18 E-112 TT
    One-one Ti 456 Evo
    Ridley Cheetah TT
    Orange Clockwork 2007 ltd ed
    Yeti ASR 5
    Cove Hummer XC Ti
  • pastey_boypastey_boy Posts: 2,083
    Ledeev wrote:
    Yes, it s indeed. What sort of br tape is that?
    Bar tape looks like Lizard Skins DSP 1.8mm
    Viner Salviati
    Shark Aero Pro
    Px Ti Custom
    Cougar 531
    Sab single speed
    Argon 18 E-112 TT
    One-one Ti 456 Evo
    Ridley Cheetah TT
    Orange Clockwork 2007 ltd ed
    Yeti ASR 5
    Cove Hummer XC Ti
  • lawrenceslawrences Posts: 1,011
    Nice looking bike haven't heard of them before.

    And I'm sure you know but your brakes are open.
  • Hey thanks for the responses- glad you like the bike!

    The bar tape is Lizard Skins btw. Really impressed with it, very plush, usually have Deda tape, but felt the LS went better with the bike.

    Pastey Boy you are correct- No22 send their specification (completely custom geometry as requested by 22) to Lynskey and they manufacture the bike for them, they are then shipped back to Canada and given the anodised finish before then coming over to us!

    You probably wont have heard much of them just yet as they are only a 2 months old to the UK with us, but hopefully they will get some momentum going as it looks great and rides even better too.

    As far as weight goes a 54 weighs in at around the 1500g mark and the enve fork is only 350g (Chris King headset btw), so I guess you could get a build pretty close to sub 7kg with SRAM red, carbon wheels etc
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    good shots...
  • the_fugglerthe_fuggler Posts: 1,228
    Looks really nice - good luck with the distribution!
    FCN 3 / 4
  • Nice of them to name a bike after me ;-) I might have to get one now...
  • Lovely bike, and that headtube icon design is seriously cool!
  • sophidogsophidog Posts: 180
    luscious looking machine; just a little reservation about the cables crossing over on the down tube. Apart from that, highly desirable!
    Road: Rose CDX-3000 Cannondale CAADX 105 2011
    Turbo: Fuji Nevada Mountain Bike(Y2K)
  • awsmawsm Posts: 210
    Getting Ti ENVE looking at that. Very nice!
  • That finish on the bike is lovely in the matte look. I really like the look of it. What do the frames weigh in at?
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