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    Cannondale Shill hmai18's Avatar
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    Run in with an Oldsmobile destroyed my Slice Si fork, so I'm back on the stock Premium fork. Ditched the Reynolds Solitudes for the C24s, and traded the Toupe for a Romin SL.


    Train smarter; ride harder; get faster; buy lighter (but not neccessarily in that order)
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    As some of you know my Tsunami was stolen yesterday morning. Sucks. Well, I spent the morning rebuilding my old bike. New cranks, bottom bracket, chain, bar tape, seatpost, pedals, and Garmin. Back in business.


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    Your Tsunami was stolen?! That was easily one of the best looking (in my opinion) bikes on the forum.

    How/what happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackdays View Post
    Your Tsunami was stolen?! That was easily one of the best looking (in my opinion) bikes on the forum.

    How/what happened?
    Yeah it's gone. I stopped by a market on the way back from a ride to get some food. I was back in less than 5 minutes. The thief was there in 2. They have video of the thief. He even took my nasty sweaty helmet. So i bought one of these: (not my pic but same helmet and color). Lesson learned on leaving a bike outside even for only a few minutes. I am now in the market for a good race frame. Skeletor is calling my name again. Might go with another Tsunami. Who knows.

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    I spoke the guys over at Spooky a couple of weeks ago, and they have a couple of 2010 frames left that they are selling at a great price. Comes with headset and an Edge 2.0 fork.

    You should definitely give them a call.
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    the whole family:

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    2011 Tarmac Comp

    Just got her not too long ago, 2011 Tarmac Comp American Flyer Special Edition. It's a crotch rocket!!


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    that is a pretty bike

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    Tarmac is sweet.

    Thirdgen's bikes are also sweet, esp. the Tommasini. My race/fast ride rig is alot like your scattante, but I would love a bike like the Tommasini to do longer rides, wet weather rides, and just most of my solo riding on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMonk View Post
    Tarmac is sweet.

    Thirdgen's bikes are also sweet, esp. the Tommasini. My race/fast ride rig is alot like your scattante, but I would love a bike like the Tommasini to do longer rides, wet weather rides, and just most of my solo riding on.
    thanks! the tommasini is reserved for nice weather but is my go to solo ride. on a longer solo ride i will throw the eurus wheels on it. (that is, until i get the new tubular set built for her)

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    Damn man, isnt your cassette too big for your derailleur?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vile1 View Post
    Damn man, isnt your cassette too big for your derailleur?
    if that is in response to my wheel swapping, both bikes run campy 10spd. the tommasini has "hacked" record 8spd ti levers. they shift better than the oem levers on the scattante (probably due for a rebuild)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nis240sxt View Post
    Just got her not too long ago, 2011 Tarmac Comp American Flyer Special Edition. It's a crotch rocket!!

    IMO it would look 5x better(not exaggerating here) with chrome seatpost+stem and some gum hoods. Just bad ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teevoe View Post
    Too Much Carbon on all the previous pages.....wait nevermind that comment, you can never have enough carbon.

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    Gorgeous. Did you paint a set of SKS Raceblades for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ac29593 View Post
    What size are those chain rings?
    We're in Amurrikka, whats this Kg bidness? lol

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    My new bike

    2011 Tarmac Comp Ultegra American Flyer
    IMG_0423.jpg

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    Nice tarmac cuelster. American Flyers is one of my favorite movies.
    12' SuperiorLite SL Pro w/ Sram Rival | 10' SuperiorLite SL Club w/ Sram Force | 06' Giant FCR (Dropbar) w/ Shimano 5700 | 10' GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mchacon01 View Post
    Nice Tarmac and congrats on the build. How much does it weigh with pedals and cage? Whatever the case, it amazingly light considering that you have Ultegra and Rival parts on it as well as the larger 58cm size.

    And to the previous posts, the Fuji and Z4 are hawt!
    Thanks! with the pedals and cages it comes a touch under 15.2#

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    Quote Originally Posted by umd View Post
    Are you sure that it was taken from a complete Super Light bike? The team geometry was only available on framesets. There was no difference in the frame used for the Super Light vs. the other s-works bikes and frames.

    Edit: Or alternately, are you sure that it's team geometry?
    Yup, it's definitely a team geo frame- 170 mm head tube.

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    HPIM1016.jpgHPIM1015.jpgHPIM1011.jpg What a great season!!! Thats my Tangerine Dream. Ever since I started riding 30 years ago I dreamt about owning a Serrota, and this past April my dream's came true, and this time having is just as good as wanting. All steel main frame with a ti fork chris king hs and campy record components. The saddle however was mine. Tangerine Dream is a CIII custom 2002 and not a scratch on her. Since April I've logged about 5000 mi on her, and she is pure joy.
    Here's to looking foward to next season, best to all.

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    Any chance of putting up these pics again? They're stripped out of the thread now. I would love to see them.

    Quote Originally Posted by .:Jimbo:. View Post
    My old-skool rig. Just finished it up this week!

    NOS Ciocc Frame, built up with mostly Campagnolo C-Record parts, but with a chorus Seatpost, and Croce D'Aune F.D.

    It was a project I honestly never saw myself getting into, having gotten into cycling when carbon ciber, and STI/Ergo Index shifting was the norm. However, as I researched more and more of Campy, I came across their history, previous parts and grouppo's, and instantly fell in love with their C-Record group. It's just beautiful stuff; high flange hubs, enclosed rear derailleur pulley housing, and of course, those Delta brakes! I just had to make it mine! For the build up, and most surprisingly, nearly everything is new, preserved by collectors, lost in the hidden nooks in shops only to be uncovered now, allowing me to ride and break in this bike just as fellow cyclist would have done more than 20 years ago! A nice break in ride is scheduled for tom, we'll see how she fairs!









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    I freakin LOVE that Ciocc!! Forgot about it's very existence...
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    ^That's probably the prettiest steel bike I have seen to date.
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    Nice corn cob on that ciocc
    Quote Originally Posted by venom View Post
    Any chance of putting up these pics again? They're stripped out of the thread now. I would love to see them.

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