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Old 02-06-14, 06:06 PM   #17776
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freshly slammed SS
*halfway to slammed

You'll have to get a headset dustcover to remove that cone spacer and get that last bit slammed
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Old 02-06-14, 07:06 PM   #17777
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Classy hot... Very nice!
Thanks, it scored matching 6700 brakes just now.
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Old 02-06-14, 07:19 PM   #17778
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i need a better phone/pic/lighting haha but heres my freshly slammed SS
PS. dont mind the Christmas tree air freshner in the background lol
So Handsome!
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Old 02-06-14, 09:54 PM   #17779
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*halfway to slammed

You'll have to get a headset dustcover to remove that cone spacer and get that last bit slammed

You are absolutely correct! Do u know where a good headset dust cover can be had?
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Old 02-07-14, 01:22 AM   #17780
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You are absolutely correct! Do u know where a good headset dust cover can be had?
slam that stem?
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Old 02-07-14, 08:34 AM   #17781
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Starley JKS R1...






Frame: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Forks: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Bars: Starley Works carbon
Stem: Use Race aluminium
Headset: Starley JSR
Bar Tape: Fizik Microtech
Shifters: DA7900
Front Caliper: DA7900
Rear Brake Lever: DA7900
Rear Caliper: DA7900
Cables: DA
Front Mech: DA7900
Rear Mech: DA7900
Seat: Fizik Arione with Team Garmin colourway
Seat Post: Starley Works carbon
Seat Post Clamp: Starley
Cranks: DA7900
Chainring(s): DA7900 53/39
Chain: SRAM Force
Cassette: SRAM Force 11-25
Pedals: Look KEO 2 Max
Bottom Bracket: DA7900 with Wheels Manufacturing adapter (BB30 frame)
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Quattro
Tyres: Continental GP4000S


I haven't weighed it, but probably around 7kg.
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Old 02-07-14, 08:53 AM   #17782
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Starley JKS R1...






Frame: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Forks: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Bars: Starley Works carbon
Stem: Use Race aluminium
Headset: Starley JSR
Bar Tape: Fizik Microtech
Shifters: DA7900
Front Caliper: DA7900
Rear Brake Lever: DA7900
Rear Caliper: DA7900
Cables: DA
Front Mech: DA7900
Rear Mech: DA7900
Seat: Fizik Arione with Team Garmin colourway
Seat Post: Starley Works carbon
Seat Post Clamp: Starley
Cranks: DA7900
Chainring(s): DA7900 53/39
Chain: SRAM Force
Cassette: SRAM Force 11-25
Pedals: Look KEO 2 Max
Bottom Bracket: DA7900 with Wheels Manufacturing adapter (BB30 frame)
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Quattro
Tyres: Continental GP4000S


I haven't weighed it, but probably around 7kg.
Ridiculously HOT. Love that color scheme.
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Old 02-07-14, 09:27 AM   #17783
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The Starley is hot.
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Old 02-07-14, 09:59 AM   #17784
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Thanks for the kind comments, chaps. The paint job - in fact the whole combination of parts - is custom.
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Old 02-07-14, 10:41 AM   #17785
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that was just a really crappy shot from my crappy iPhone lol, I actually just adjusted the brightness so the bike can be seen better, but I guess I will take a better pic perhaps with my newly purchased GoPro 3+ for better quality, and after I cut those darn tubes SMH
Easy now, your iPhone camera is plenty good enough. I agree this is not a good photo but it has WAY more to do with light and setup. Don't blame your bad cooking on the pots… Take it outside into the light (in front of your white garage door <the photographer in me cringes to say that! - what a horrible backdrop> or in front of something simple, I suppose. I'd rather it be a concrete wall or something else. Anyway, get more light!! And let's see it. Bike looks good!
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Old 02-07-14, 10:46 AM   #17786
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Don't blame your bad cooking on the pots…
That's a good quote.
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Old 02-07-14, 11:00 AM   #17787
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Easy now, your iPhone camera is plenty good enough. I agree this is not a good photo but it has WAY more to do with light and setup. Don't blame your bad cooking on the pots… Take it outside into the light (in front of your white garage door <the photographer in me cringes to say that! - what a horrible backdrop> or in front of something simple, I suppose. I'd rather it be a concrete wall or something else. Anyway, get more light!! And let's see it. Bike looks good!

ok ok you got me there now looking at it.... that pic should never have been submitted Definitely will take better pic with good lighting, and a MUCH better back drop. I'll get the tube cut off clean the bike a bit since its been raining and its quite muddy then re-submit lol...
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Old 02-07-14, 12:18 PM   #17788
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Starley - paint job looks nice, and the bike looks set up well and probably rides great. Overall, aesthetically it doesn't exactly thrill me, though.
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Old 02-07-14, 12:43 PM   #17789
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Starley JKS R1...

HOTTT... well done!
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Old 02-07-14, 12:51 PM   #17790
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Re: Starley - I like the set-up and all of the bits that are hanging off of the frame.... but the frame doesn't do it for me, for some reason that I can't quite put my finger on.
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Old 02-07-14, 04:45 PM   #17791
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Old 02-07-14, 05:23 PM   #17792
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The starley is hot in a grey flannel suit kinda way.
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Old 02-07-14, 07:33 PM   #17793
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Starley JKS R1...






Frame: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Forks: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Bars: Starley Works carbon
Stem: Use Race aluminium
Headset: Starley JSR
Bar Tape: Fizik Microtech
Shifters: DA7900
Front Caliper: DA7900
Rear Brake Lever: DA7900
Rear Caliper: DA7900
Cables: DA
Front Mech: DA7900
Rear Mech: DA7900
Seat: Fizik Arione with Team Garmin colourway
Seat Post: Starley Works carbon
Seat Post Clamp: Starley
Cranks: DA7900
Chainring(s): DA7900 53/39
Chain: SRAM Force
Cassette: SRAM Force 11-25
Pedals: Look KEO 2 Max
Bottom Bracket: DA7900 with Wheels Manufacturing adapter (BB30 frame)
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Quattro
Tyres: Continental GP4000S


I haven't weighed it, but probably around 7kg.
HOT, Nice build, congrats!!
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Old 02-08-14, 04:04 PM   #17794
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Build on a budget...a 1200 build. 7800, 303's.... 16 lb, 8 ounces with the zipps. A real race bike.


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Old 02-08-14, 04:08 PM   #17795
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Build on a budget...a 1200 build. 7800, 303's.... 16 lb, 8 ounces with the zipps. A real race bike.

I like it. But, IMO compact handlebars would look better than the ergo bars.
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Agreed, need to find a good set.
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Agreed, need to find a good set.
Ritchey WCS Classic.

And thanks everyone for the kind comments on the R1.
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Old 02-08-14, 05:14 PM   #17798
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Zipp Contour SL short/shallow
Ritchey Evocurve
FSA Kforce compact
3Tergonova's

Cut that tower above your stem and new bars and I would dig it.
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Old 02-08-14, 06:44 PM   #17799
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Build on a budget...a 1200 build. 7800, 303's.... 16 lb, 8 ounces with the zipps. A real race bike.

This bike is "jacked up"...

Matching 7800 crankset would set this bike up nicely.
Why does it seem like the seat post is crooked? Curvy setback?

Seriously tho... This is one of my favorite colors C-dale put out for the CAAD10.

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excuse the poor set up. i just got the bike and the weather is to bad to take it outside.



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