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nsw550 06-06-11 09:14 AM

New pictures
 
Here are my most recent photos of ZIPP porn

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1238.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1239.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1240.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1241.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1244.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1245.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1248.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1249.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1250.jpg

http://i697.photobucket.com/albums/v...o/IMG_1251.jpg

eagreer 06-13-11 02:59 PM

Zipp 3001 Sizing
 
I have a mint 3001 in 650cm (traditional TT size, not 700).

Here is some info on sizing...... BTW - a 2001 frame recently sold on eBay for $810.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=400216484437

http://www.zipp.com/_media/pdfs/cata...96_catalog.pdf
http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

Measurement "A" (SEAT HEIGHT)
From center of bottom bracket to center of seat rails. Frame Size Beam Size

23 7/8"- 26" 60.5-66CM 700 C Small Small Beam
26.25"- 28 3/8" 66.5-72CM 700 C Small Large Beam
27 1/8"- 29 3/8" 69-74.5CM 700 C Large Small Beam
29.5"- 31.75" 75-80.5CM 700 C Large Small Beam
23"- 25.25" 58.5-64CM 26" Small Small Beam
25 3/8-27.5" 64.5-70CM 26" Small Large Beam
26 3/8"- 28.5" 67-72.5CM 26" Large Small Beam
28.75"- 30 7/8" 73-78.5CM 26" Large Large Beam

Regarding fit measurements:
1. Range From Crank-Arm where pedal would go at the bottom of stroke to bottom of seat-rail in the center of the seat-wing: 32 1/4 inches (82 CM) lowest to 33 1/2 inches (85 CM) highest.
2. Range From Bottom-Bracket center to bottom of the seat-rail in the center of the seat-wing: 26 inches (66 CM) lowest to 26 3/4 inches (68 CM) highest.
3. Back of the saddle to stem (Saddle is on the rear mount of the seat-wing) 28 1/2 inches or 72 CM.
4. Top-Tube center to center from the 'front' mounting slot on the seat-wing to the center of the head-set (Horizontal): 55 CM or 21 5/8 inches.

Mik_mikel 06-18-11 12:27 AM

Hi to all.
This is my Zipp 2001, with DI2 : no cabling hassle anymore. Just did Challenge Barcelona a couple of weeks ago, and this remains one of the fastest and more comfortable bikes I have ever tried (I have not found the same riding sensations with the many different modern bikes I have tried). The only change regarding this picture is that I have installed a front Hooker brake now, which, like the bike, is old but very aero.
Cheers.
http://free0.hiboox.com/vignettes/24...9ca135851d.jpg

Triguy 06-18-11 11:13 AM

sweetest bike posted on this forum, ever. period.

CbadRider 08-06-11 10:25 PM

Just a friendly reminder that we have a Marketplace forum for WTB and Sale threads. Sale and WTB threads are not allowed in the regular forums.

Posting in the Marketplace requires an upgraded membership, which can be had for as low as $3.

djciii 05-01-12 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mik_mikel (Post 12804916)
Hi to all.
This is my Zipp 2001, with DI2 : no cabling hassle anymore. Just did Challenge Barcelona a couple of weeks ago, and this remains one of the fastest and more comfortable bikes I have ever tried (I have not found the same riding sensations with the many different modern bikes I have tried). The only change regarding this picture is that I have installed a front Hooker brake now, which, like the bike, is old but very aero.
Cheers.
http://free0.hiboox.com/vignettes/24...9ca135851d.jpg

Can you shoot me an email (djciii@hotmail.com) I have a question about your Di2 project. Thanks

v70cat 10-17-12 06:54 AM

Very neat bike never knew that Zipp made frames.

TiBikeGuy 10-17-12 08:20 PM

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Nice frame, wonder if they are still making them. I have the Zipp 440 with Gold flange carbon hubs....they are really fast.

mmyzh1229 08-31-13 08:35 AM

how much?

wahlau 09-02-13 02:27 AM

Hi nsw,

Is your bike still available?

Thanks


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