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Old 06-22-10, 03:23 PM   #1
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Teneo Trackstar

Purchased through Cycle Taiwan for $999, originally I bought it to build as strictly a pursuit bike for master's nats, but decided to go with the new Fuji instead. Got caught short waiting for delivery so I put it together and raced it in a couple of events. Liked it enough that I decided to keep it.

No issues with flex, steers nicely, seems decently aero, quite a few TTX design elements in there.

Ended up wiring the SRM internally to keep things clean.

I'll most likely convert my TT bike into my pursuit bike for Nats and keep this as is.





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Old 07-02-10, 10:21 PM   #2
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Bike is beautiful, frame comes as unpainted carbon correct?

Think it would hold up well to both road and track riding? Probably more road as my closest track is 4 hours from me. Obviously, I would be better off having 2 bikes instead of dual purpose but money is tight on my biking hobby.
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Old 07-04-10, 01:11 AM   #3
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is it just me or is ur chain a little slack?
lol. No offense, but give me a Leader =p

beautiful frame! Id assume that it sees no road use =p
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is it just me or is ur chain a little slack?
lol. No offense, but give me a Leader =p

beautiful frame! Id assume that it sees no road use =p
A leader...?
BFSSFG is that way -->
Chain slack = less resistance for the track, he probably isn't track standing or skidding anywhere
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Ugh just realized how old this thread is, my bad
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