Even the uncut steerer somehow works for me since the amount of spacers above and below the stem is the same. Of course, for true hotness it would have to be slammed and cut down
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Here is my brand new 2012 S-Works Venge
The components were taken from my old tarmac race bike and added to this (thus the old dirty saddle). It's a 54cm with November 58mm clinchers and a Quarq PM. Full Red.
I have yet to ride it outside due to snow on the ground. Just got it Tuesday.
My Old Tarmac added for comparison...
P.S. that S-Works leaning on the tree is very HOT.
2011 Paris with Ultegra 6700 and EC 90 SL wheelset, personally, I think the bike looks fine, but not hot, I don't know what's wrong with it, any suggestions that can make it sizzling hot?
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on a budget: new crankset (non shimano)
budget free: full campagnolo group
If the reply was for me, I already have super record on my Colnago, I am waiting for the Ui2 upgrade kit, so the crankset has to be there.
Thanks for the comment, I am new to cycling, I had never been on a bike until March this year, I have to have my feet touch the ground, I am always worry I may fall, and the Pinarello size 54 is big, more like 56, that takes away some of the saddle height, but I am learning to get on and get off the bike without sitting in the saddle. The bar is a standard Most bar with integrated stem, I agree with you on the wheels, I may find something else when the budge allows.