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by Tomstr

:D Nice contrast with all the clean and sparkling bikes around here. :beerchug:
Ride it like you stole it

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by Stolichnaya

More pics of the pink Trek! Looks great (debadge the stem though)

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by PinaRene

Old bike with new bar tape 8) took her out for a spin yesterday. Thinking about a re-paint after this winter, maybe something Fluo yellow / black. :noidea:

* Frame : Giant TCX Advanced SL Size S ( Official Team bike 2013 )
* Groupset : Shimano Dura Ace 7970 Di2 46/39
* Brakes: Avid Shorty Ulimate
* Wheelset : Fulcrum Racing 7 with Challenge Grifo Race 32mm
* Stem / Bar: Easton EA90 0º en 3T Ergonova
* Saddle: Fizik Arione Carbon braided
* Pedals: Shimano SPD

7,7 KG Incl. bottle cage, pedals and Garmin Edge 520


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by Kumppa

It's still original team frame and I would keep it like that even it looks little boring. Not everyone have those. If you want something new I would just buy cheap second hand frame and paint it.

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by motorapido


7.30 start and a circular ride out to the beach huts,

Fully upgraded now,
1x10, praxxisworks 11-40cassette, custom clutch ultegra Di2 rear mech, Sram hydro R levers and Formula R1 callipers, with the Sram shift levers operating momentary switches, total weight 7.9kg, without lights or bottle

full build here,

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My new tcx

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by djm

Work in progress.. I couldn't find a CX that could tempt me this year, and I've been looking for a while, even considering Open and the 3T Exploro.

I decided against buying new this year and instead refurbishing my trusty old (and very heavy) alu CX from 2011 to fit an integrated Di2 groupset I had laying around (10s).

It turned out the process wasn't as straight forward as I had hoped. I planned to use the drain hole on the chainstay to route the wire through the BB house and up into the seat tube and a hole on the downtube to go the same route through the BB, into the seat tube. The holes from these tubes going into the BB are tiny though, approximately 8 mm in diameter. The E-tube plug is roughly 5 mm, and I drilled the external holes to 6 mm, avoiding the welds.

I used an old shifter cable as a guide, duct taping the Di2 wire to the shifter cable. The internal junction box had to be fitted inside the seat tube and I stuffed the battery into the seat post.

This bike is an old beater and built with very thick aluminium but it seems nothing was damaged in the process. Picture of the entire bike to follow later.


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by Ekorre


Last ride before the white carpet

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by 7ducati


My `16 Stiggy
2017 Cervélo S3
2016 Santa Cruz Stigmata

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by njyeti

2016 Felt F1x Di2 w/ Enve CX tubulars- 7.5 kg

I don't see many Felt's at the races- but I absolutely love this bike. Very stiff and handles exceptionally well. The 1x DA Di2 shifting has been excellent too.


Dura Ace Di2 1x
Enve CX tubulars
Ritchey Superlogic Evocurve bars
Ritchey Superlogic stem
3T Ionic VR 25 Team Stealth seatpost
Rotor 40T Q ring
Rotor Inpower 3D+
Selle Italia SLR X Cross Flow
XTR pedals



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by bruno2000

You will be seeing more Felt cross bike soon...first of january...

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by migman

Just finished having this one built:

Frame: 2016 Ridley X-Night
Group: Chorus 11sp save the rear mech which is an Athena long cage
Bottom Bracket: Wishbone Ultra Torque PF30
Cassette: Shimano 105 5800 11-32
Brakes: Avid BB7 Road S
Bars/Stem: Deda Zero 100
Seatpost: Deda Zero
Saddle: Prologo Scratch Pro
Pedals: Shimano XT M770
Wheels: 32 spoke H Plus Son Archetype rims/Shimano RS505 hubs/Michelin Mud 2 tires

Built on a budget so not much effort made to reduce weight. 9.1kg as it sits.


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by glam2deaf

I have a new project in the works, figured it was best to ask here. Anyone who is running 1x11 Campagnolo, what is the largest cassette you can run?

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My first CX bike, looking forward to taking it for a spin once I get a spare 5 mins. Changed the RD for a long cage and fitted a 10-42 cassette as most of my riding involves plenty of hills. Only other change was the saddle (Prologo Nago), bars (3T Ergonova Carbon CX) and stem (3T ARX II Stealth). Still need to go tubeless. XT pedals and some cheap Elite cages round out the build.

8.9kg as pictured so not a WW for sure but that Alex Rims wheelset is a bit of a boat anchor. Will look to change that out for something a bit lighter once my wallet recovers. Will probably change the seatpost and collar for something lighter and more forgiving too.



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by cerro

A friend of mine does, 12-29 cassette with a Rotor wide/narrow chainring in front.

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