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    New Madone Seven Series P1...Lets see your carbon road bike!!

    Picked up my TREK Madone 7 Series Project One this afternoon!
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    Last edited by BostonGreg; 05-22-14 at 07:02 PM.
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    Nice looking bike!

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    Cool bike, how much was it?
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    Looks great, but you gotta ditch the EPMS.

    Velominati ? The Rules

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIRview View Post
    Looks great, but you gotta ditch the EPMS.

    Velominati ? The Rules
    LOL-thanks

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    Great! Now a simple question to qualify you for your awesome bike:

    For how many minutes can you produce 6w/kg????
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    so high, my heart cannot bear the strain." -A.C. Jobim, Triste

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    Minutes??? 6W/kg uphill for hours
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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGreg View Post
    Minutes??? 6W/kg uphill for hours
    don't know about you... but that's ~500w for me

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    Those look like 6800 shifters but you have a 6700 crankset. What's going on?


    I feel like the rest of the bling on the bike deserves a more blingly groupset like 9000 or 9070.

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    They look like 6700 shifters to me.

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    Good eye- yea, it's Ultegra 6700. This was a Project One my local shop built and was on the showroom floor. I special ordered a Domane that I ended up not liking and long story but I ended up swapping out for this bike. The bike I ordered had the NEW 6800 and I wanted to have the group switched out but the bike shop owner said it would be a PITA and cost me a several hours labor to do so. They gave me an awesome deal on the swap and overall I'm really happy. I did just order a Zipp SL Sprint carbon stem If anyone is interested in the white RXL stem in the photo shoot me a PM.

    Question-If I were to splurge on a Dura-Ace 9070 Di2 or SRAM Red 22 full groupo - what would be a good price to have the Ultegra taken off and the full new set put on? Is the labor usually free if I buy the set from an authirized retailer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by link0 View Post
    Those look like 6800 shifters but you have a 6700 crankset. What's going on? I feel like the rest of the bling on the bike deserves a more blingly groupset like 9000 or 9070.
    It's definitely a 6700 crankset. It seems really odd to spend $7,000 on a bike that has an Ultegra (mechanical) mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGreg View Post
    If I were to splurge on a Dura-Ace 9070 Di2 or SRAM Red 22 full groupo - what would be a good price to have the Ultegra taken off and the full new set put on? Is the labor usually free if I buy the set from an authirized retailer?
    If we build a bike from a frame set and all of the components were bought from us (frame & group) the build is on the the house. If the group is bought from us and not the frame there's a charge (less than $100) and if the frame is bought from us but not the group it's the full rate (which I believe is $175). I don't know what the rate is for a take off and build but if I had to guess it'd be at least that $175 rate.

    The going rate at other stores in my area appear to be about $250-$300 for a tear down and new build if you buy the group via the web.

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    What I wrote above was sticker price and included a bunch of extras ($400 Look titanium pedals+XXX saddle, cages, rokform etc). What I paid for just the Madone 7 was $4800 after tax(MSRP was originally $7k w/Bontrager carbon wheels but I had my own Zipps). The factory Madone 7 series frameset alone cost $4399. It's got the RXL carbon bars + Ultegra 6700 + I LOVE the custom colors-I like having a one-of-a-kind USA built frame rather than a mass-produced Chinese model.
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    softreset-thanks for the info man, much appreciated. Now I want to upgrade this groupie...
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    If you're dropping a bunch of money on your dream bike, you might as well get the group-san that you want.
    I mean, seriously, you're worried about a couple hours of labor at this point?
    FWIW, I have 6700 F & R derailleurs, but they're on an alu bike with 105 brifters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGreg View Post
    Minutes??? 6W/kg uphill for hours
    You upgraded your peds to better stuff Lance/Wiggins/Froume use/used? Cause you would be destroying them on the hill for hours.

    Or did Greg Lemonde disclose the next gen peds to you?

    Also where in Boston are you climbing hills? I've biked in Boston and never seen a hill that would take more than 10-20 seconds to climb. I don't think Mt. Washington would take hours either. But then that is so steep, if you were riding 6w/k I think your heart would asplode.
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    Who wants to buy this new Ultegra 6700 group set for $600 shipped priority?

    Would you guys go with Dura-Ace 9000 or Ultegra 6870 Di2? I've heard the Ultegra Di2 is just as good as Dura-Ace Di2 if you're okay with the extra 149 grams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGreg View Post
    Who wants to buy this new Ultegra 6700 group set for $600 shipped priority?

    Would you guys go with Dura-Ace 9000 or Ultegra 6870 Di2? I've heard the Ultegra Di2 is just as good as Dura-Ace Di2 if you're okay with the extra 149 grams.
    you mean 9000 mech vs 6870 Di2 ? I'd go Di2 because I really like electronic. 9070 though is the shiznits. I got a group off ebay for like 1800 worked like a charm.

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    I got a US dealer on Ebay with excellent feedback (eurobikeparts) offering me a brand new full group DURA-ACE Di2 9070 for $2500 (without the brakes since the Madone 7 has them built in). He also has full Ultegra 6870 Di2 for $1320 or DURA-ACE 9000 Mechanical for $1300. I think the Di2 will be the best investment if I end up selling this bike in a few years. I'm thinking the 9070 would be sweet on this new ride-already have the 6700 group on Craigslist. If anyone on here is interested, shoot me a PM and I'll give you a deal
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    Just for giggles, how long is the stem and how much you want for it?

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    Its a 90mm RXL Road stem - Brand new 2014 model in WHITE.
    Retails for $90+shipping
    Give me $50 OBO shipped USPS Priority Mail w/tracking (packed very well)
    You can PM me or text 617-595-6448

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    Nice looking bike. Now go ride the heck out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonGreg View Post
    I got a US dealer on Ebay with excellent feedback (eurobikeparts) offering me a brand new full group DURA-ACE Di2 9070 for $2500 (without the brakes since the Madone 7 has them built in). He also has full Ultegra 6870 Di2 for $1320 or DURA-ACE 9000 Mechanical for $1300. I think the Di2 will be the best investment if I end up selling this bike in a few years. I'm thinking the 9070 would be sweet on this new ride-already have the 6700 group on Craigslist. If anyone on here is interested, shoot me a PM and I'll give you a deal
    The dura ace brakes are beyond sweet... but I would probably not get them unless you raced or liked to downhill on the twists... the stock bontrager are fine otherwise. I put 9070 on my wifes madone6 p1, but currently using a tektro t750r as the rear brake because of the stages pm on the 9000 crankset. I might go back to the bontrager, but if let the wife decide as the pull is a little stiffer then the DA front.

    I'd go for an out front mount with that Garmin1000... either way it looks like a smartphone on there

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    Nice bike!
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