My Orbea Alma 29er & Supersix Dale

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aspms
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by aspms

Put this little toy together last night and already had my seasons first race today :) wasn't in best shape today as I was out of training for almost a month, but anyway XX1 is real joy to ride :)

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yeah right! :D
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Part list on the scales:
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Double check:
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This one came out quite light so I had to upgrade my roadie a bit as well to not get embarrassed :D
Added DA 7900 C24 wheelset and replaced gruppo with Sram's force '13. Cranks are untouched because I'm planing to get P2M cranks soon- probably Rotor 3df. Current weight is 7.4kg

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Last edited by aspms on Wed May 01, 2013 6:27 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Mike71
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by Mike71

Congratulations, a very beautiful fleet of bikes! :D
Colnago C59 build in progress

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by GASer

I particularly like the Alma. I have ridden it and its a fast and enjoyable ride. This one is also very well built.


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aspms
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by aspms

edit: wrong thread

aspms
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by aspms

Update with P2M cranks and also got rid of setback seatpost:

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Mads Kock
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Do you ride it with this cap between the crown of the fork and the frame? looks strange!

aspms
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by aspms

I know earlier WC SID's came without this cap and made better transition between frame. I don't think it was removable so I installed my headsets crown race with proper angle for bearings on top of it.

Also I've seen some guys using O-rings to make transition look smoother:
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Okay - just never seen it before. I wonder why they installed this cap?

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