Anyone still have a steel bike?

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kroem
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by kroem

mkentik wrote:
Fri Dec 31, 2021 10:25 am
My latest project For my journeys with a modern twitch. SRAM RED ETAP AXS 12 speed with 10-33 setup under 7.8 kg all included with no carbon parts used Image
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As for my other steel ladies you can have a look here

https://www.pedalroom.com/members/mkentik


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BEAUT!

(Carbon cranks and shifters? :mrgreen: )
Current
Waltly Gravel (stolen... and found!)
P-X Spitfire Ti
Fairlight Strael

Old
Canyon Ultimate SLX 6.7kg (crashed)
Tantan GR039 7.2kg (sold)

Dat
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by Dat

kroem wrote:
Mon Feb 14, 2022 7:50 am
mkentik wrote:
Fri Dec 31, 2021 10:25 am
My latest project For my journeys with a modern twitch. SRAM RED ETAP AXS 12 speed with 10-33 setup under 7.8 kg all included with no carbon parts used Image
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As for my other steel ladies you can have a look here

https://www.pedalroom.com/members/mkentik


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BEAUT!

(Carbon cranks and shifters? :mrgreen: )
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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Krabo-Frameset from the 90s (Günter Krautscheid, SLX, tubo orizzontale scanalato) w/Force 10s and tune wheelset. 8,5 kg.

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

Etienne wrote:
Wed Dec 22, 2021 3:08 pm
My last project ... Columbus Spirit, around 8kg

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very nice bike!
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sevencyclist
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by sevencyclist

None of mine are weight weenies, but they ride very nicely.
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schlafen
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by schlafen

sevencyclist wrote:
Sun Feb 27, 2022 7:34 pm
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Got more pics of the JP Weigle ? 650B wheels?

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jokersan
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by jokersan

Etienne wrote:
Wed Dec 22, 2021 3:08 pm
My last project ... Columbus Spirit, around 8kg

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Cool bike!
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sevencyclist
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by sevencyclist

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Got more pics of the JP Weigle ? 650B wheels?
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650B wheels with 38mm tires.
Pictures from a quick ride yesterday.

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MrMojo
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by MrMojo

Bought this recently. A 1998 Bob Jackson Lo Pro TT bike. For them who don't know Bob Jackson was a frame builder based in Leeds, UK. Reynolds 731os tubing, Dura Ace 7700 groupset, ITM Dual Bars, Corima Disc Wheel. It hadn't been used for over 20 years and is immaculate. I've fitted new Tub's, Cables and added the Dura Ace TT chainring but it's pretty much as it was when built in 1998.
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2021 Colnago Master
2020 Colnago C64
2017 Colnago C60
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2014 Cipollini RB1K
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suds
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by suds

Here's my 15 year old frame just refinshed and updated with new wheels, brakes, crankset, handlebar and stem.
True Temper S3 primarily (38mm downtube, 32mm toptube, 28.6mm seattube, chainstays) - 1495g frame.
Running Campy pre 2015 11-speed.
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DHG01
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by DHG01

That is a very light frame; it would be great if we were to talk more about how our bikes ride, choice of components, etc.

3phase
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by 3phase

Anybody riding the Fairlight Streal 3.0? I really like the craftmanship and they've published a really nice lookbook and design notes (other bike companies should learn from this!) Ticks all the boxes for me and the geo for the size i'm looking at (54R) is almost identical to my Canyon Ultimate which I sold unfortunately. The Standert Triebwerk Disc is the other one I'm eyeing and seems they're launching a new colorway by 22nd of March.

MattN
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by MattN

jaibautista wrote:
Sat Dec 11, 2021 9:53 am
Got myself an early xmas present, a Colnago Master 30th Anniv frame (albeit 2nd hand, because I can't afford to pay for a bnew frame :lol:):

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I just have a question though. I've been researching about Master 30th Anniv colorways but I couldn't seem to find this particular colorway. I don't think it's a fake (since it has all the Colnago pantographs in the lugs, plus it has the 30th Anniv sticker underneath the clearcoat), but I also don't know what particular version this is (I am assuming this is one of the non-AD Masters that went out of the assembly line). Appreciate any leads on this. Thank you in advance!
It is PR08, a catalogue colour from 2008/09.

MattN
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by MattN

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Took this old thing out today :twisted:

RichTheRoadie
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by RichTheRoadie

New-to-me Columbus MAX Hampsten:

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