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Hellgate
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by Hellgate

The custom Guru Flite in action last weekend. Too bad I'm slow these days.

Chorus, Chris King, Pauls, Candy, FSA Consumables, Zonda, Muds. 18.44 lbs.Image

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wrenegade
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Joined: Mon Apr 28, 2014 4:36 pm
Location: Vancouver, BC

by wrenegade

Most recent shot in race guise (previously posted on pg. 38). Changes from stock rival 22 build are as follows:

EC90 Aero55 disc w/Clement MXP/PDX tubulars
110mm ARX Team Stealth stem
42cm Ritchey WCS Logic II bar
Enve 25mm setback post
Force CX1 long cage derailleur
Force 42T chainring
SRAM Red 22 chain

Weighs in at 7.955kg (plus mud :D )

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PattiTalks
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by PattiTalks

New from Cube for this season the all Carbon Fibre;

Cube Cross Race C:62 Pro

Bicycle is mostly still with stock components, but I already swapped for a Fizik Cyrano R1 Seatpost and Fizik Arione R3 Saddle.
A Cyrano R3 Bull Handlebar and Cyrano R1 Stem are waiting to be swapped after the season.
Furthermore soon I will be changing to a DT Swiss ER 1400 Spline 21 wheelset with Shimano Shimano SM-RT99-S rotors and a tubeless setup.
In the end I am aiming for a total weight just below 8 kg.
Sorry but not sorry for the dirty bike on the picture.

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FIJIGabe
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Location: The Lone Star State

by FIJIGabe

Interesting. Are those the 6800 46/36 rings? I wasn't aware that the 8000 rings were available yet.

rainerhq
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by rainerhq

These were available at least month ago. I got them.

http://www.starbike.com/en/shimano-ulte ... -crankset/#
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FIJIGabe
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by FIJIGabe

Thanks!

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

A bit ironic to have this bike on WW as it weighs more than my house, but I still thoroughly enjoy it as a daily driver.

State Warhawk SSCX frame & fork
Black label wheelset, Novatec hubs
Clement Strada 700x32 tires (also use Challenge Grifo 33's)
State crank
KMC 510 chain
Selle Italia SL XC saddle
Raleigh RC stem
Zoom alloy bars
Specialized Comp seatpost
Tektro canti brakes & levers

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Jopie666
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Location: Den Haag

by Jopie666

:up:
CX season is about to start! I'm new into cx and currently building a budget SSCX. Just bought me an old flanders cx frameset incl some frogleggs. It is really low budget and I will build it with some leftovers and 2nd hand parts. Definitely nothing to do with ww'ism (except the SS factor). I'll use it for some regional (the netherlands) crosses. We don't have a dedicated SSCX class so I won't be very competitive I guess...
I hope I can kick this topic up so you'll put here some inspiration for a much nicer build in the future. :wink:
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Oh, it's all right. I'm sure that we can handle this situation maturely, just like the responsible adults that we are. Isn't that right, Mr... Poopy Pants?

Jopie666
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So.... my trainingpartner for this winter is ready.
Maybe, when I think I might be a little competitive, I’ll get some tubular wheels.
Just for now it feels nice.
Oh, it's all right. I'm sure that we can handle this situation maturely, just like the responsible adults that we are. Isn't that right, Mr... Poopy Pants?

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onemanpeloton
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2020 Trek Boone
2017 Merida Reacto
2017 Trek Superfly AL

wrenegade
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Not a proper photo cause it was -6°C and my hands were freezing, but had to grab something from new bike day.

2019 SuperX Di2, size 54. Build is stock except stem (3T team 110mm), cages (King Ti) and tires (Vittoria Terrano Wet) and Supacaz bartape. Cut the steerer tube and slammed the stem, and I'll be swapping to a -10° 110mm stem soon-ish. Estimating the weight at just over 8kg with pedals/cages/wahoo mount, but changes are coming that will bump that up a bit. It will be going into gravel mode soon, so 40mm Clement MSOs (+ ~250g) and a 11-40 XT cassette (+ 49g) will add some weight, but I'll be swapping the saddle for something sub 200g (the Fabric scoop is 250g+). Future plans include Stages power, and hopefully race tubs in the fall.

Gregg
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Point
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Road - Burls Custom Ti
All Year - Rove ST
Gravel - Carbonda CFR 696
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livestrong1986
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by livestrong1986

Stevens SuperPrestige 2023
Custom build
7.91kg

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liam7020
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by liam7020

Gorgeous bike!
Tarmac SL6 & Campag Record EPS https://weightweenies.starbike.com/foru ... 0&t=153968

"Sometimes you don't need a plan. You just need big balls." Tom Boonen

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