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Old 07-01-11, 12:10 PM   #1
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zomg NOS integralterz zomg

http://mash.myshopify.com/collection...tegralter-bars

lol i must say, i am definitely a fan of the cinelli alter stems. some people hate them, others (including moi) love them. but then the INTEGRAlters are something else....

i cant help but sort of want these, but yah im definitely not shelling that much out for something i definitely dont need. but thought id post ;p


ALSO, does anybody remember reading around diff bike blogs how cinelli was going to reissue the ALTER???? WTF happened with that? that was like a year ago....
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I wonder how much the whole set up weighs...
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some friends of mine had these made for their team bikes... so dope
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Do want!
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The Liquigas version of the P3R looks pretty off with the rest of the bike.

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not a fan of the tires either... when you have multiple mfgs throwing free stuff at you, you ride it especially when your a pro/am working stiff
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That's true though, those tires are still one of the best clinchers on the market. Speaking of which, it's kind of odd that they are using clinchers...
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meh, we all ride tubulars too. most have multiple wheel sets, but loads of guys are riding carbon clinchers nowadays.
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i would get that cinelli for the pin ups
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but loads of guys are riding carbon clinchers nowadays.
Why is that?
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Why is that?
almost every major carbon rim mfg makes them now, Zipp have been making the the 404 in a clincher (not fully carbon as the rim bed and brake surface is alloy)) for years. now[IMG]

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people like the benefits and looks of a deep section carbon rim. Every big name carbon wheel co has a clincher model pretty much, EDGE composite, ENVE, Reynolds and a couple more. Gluing tires honestly kinda blows, I'm good at it but it's no doubt a major chore, plus the fumes from the glue are foul, I used tufo tubular tape on my most recent carbon tubular build and that cut my tire mounting time down by a lot. I ALWAYS glue my cyclocross toobies though, wouldn't count the tape there we run the pressure to low in CX that thing would roll right off after a couple turns I bet. sheesh sorry I hijacked this thread, you asked ... cinelli makes a nice bar.
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