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GT3RS
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Current spec of my wee V2r with new wheels and deda alanera bars.Image


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Dov
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C64 - 7.142kg

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Brooklyn Gangsta V4 with DXR
Cannondale CAAD 10 Track
Cielo Classic Sportif U8000
Cinelli Supercorsa DA9000
Colnago C64 R12
Concorde DA7800
DeRosa Nuovo Classico SR12
Eddy Mercks Corsa Extra Ch12
Felt F1 DA9050
Trek L500

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RollingThunder wrote:
Wed Mar 02, 2022 8:07 pm
'87 SuperConfex Master
Classic. Green colour fits really well on that frame. :thumbup:

nismosr
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2020 Colnago C64 Mapei-SR12 EPS-WTO 60
2021 Basso Diamante SV-SR12 Disc EPS-WTO 60
2023 Colnago G3X-SRAM AXS Force-Levante

mikebuf73
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tadrums wrote:
Mon Jan 18, 2021 3:58 pm
I have EE DMs on my C64. The braking is awesome w/weight saving an added bonus...do it.

+1 on the EEs. I also have the C64 (same blue art decor colour also) and the EE brakes are simply amazing. EE have amazing customer care on top of all the other benefits (weight, braking capability, looks...). I am very impressed with them and will be a customer for life having used Dura Ace callipers to date. They're fine, but EE are best in class

Jarett
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Master 1995 :)
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Jarett
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Master 2022 :D
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dalord774
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by dalord774

My Colnago Master Repaint 9,2 kg
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Look 695 / 6,5 Kg
Colnago Master / 8,7 kg
Baum Ristretto / 7,6 Kg

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Some absolutely gorgeous bikes over here

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C64 My Sixty 4 SR EPS 12

Jarett
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My all new NEO RETRO BUILD Colnago Master & Campagnolo Record :)
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Team Gazprom K One
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PinaRene
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Bought 2 of them : a C40 Mk3 and a C50 HP :

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For the C40 there is a Campagnolo Chorus 10 speed group on it's way - it will have Campagnolo Electron wheels ( damn fine condition ). And the C50 will have the groupset from the Holdsworth and some Campagnolo Hyperon wheels.

Did a service on the rear hub and a new freewheel bearing was necessary. Luckely I had some bearings on stock so that was an ease job done. The rear hub feels a bit gritty despite new bearing balls - but that's to the cups and conus. They are still fine for another 10K miles.
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PinaRene
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The C40 is ready for now.

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MrCurrieinahurry
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Excellent build and true to its roots.

Basso Diamante eps 12

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