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Old 03-19-05, 03:18 PM
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Thanks to everyone out there for the advice and assistance with my latest "acquisition". Apparently, I snagged the last 57cm 05 Poprad frameset from LeMond. I built it up with Campy 9 speed Chorus/Athena from my road bike (what better excuse to upgrade to 10 speed, right??), Salsa stem, bar, levers, post, Avid 6 brakes, Eggbeater pedals and Ritchey tires. Haven't weighed it yet, but it feels and rides very light - really smooth. Now I guess I'll have no excuse to get fat next winter?
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attachment doesnt come up for me. I love seein that white/blue poprad though. And with campy...
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she's a beauty!

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Sweet looking bike.
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Originally Posted by dpvwia
Thanks to everyone out there for the advice and assistance with my latest "acquisition". Apparently, I snagged the last 57cm 05 Poprad frameset from LeMond. I built it up with Campy 9 speed Chorus/Athena from my road bike (what better excuse to upgrade to 10 speed, right??), Salsa stem, bar, levers, post, Avid 6 brakes, Eggbeater pedals and Ritchey tires. Haven't weighed it yet, but it feels and rides very light - really smooth. Now I guess I'll have no excuse to get fat next winter?
bastard - I want a 57 frame

nice bike, Campy man myself, I had Chorus 9 on my old bike too.

Does it have rack eyelets on the frame and/or fork?
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