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My new Trek Emonda ALR Custom Build

Old 07-18-19, 04:01 AM
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My new Trek Emonda ALR Custom Build

Pretty psyched on my new Trek ALR. I built it custom from the frame up. It's a nice climber, fast and great all arounder. Looking forward to more rides with it.

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Old 07-18-19, 08:24 AM
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That's a nice bike. Is your seat post as long as your seat tube?
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That is a lot of post, but you do what you have to if you don't fit standard sizes. Nice bike!
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Noice.
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Originally Posted by tagaproject6 View Post
That's a nice bike. Is your seat post as long as your seat tube?
Haha yeah, it's a bit long. The camera is also in superview so it's bending the image a bit. Yeah, all my frames are 58cm and my post sticks up a bit. 60cm was a bit to large for me.
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You must be all legs and short torso.

I like the satin black finish.
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Why the ST-6800s? Just what you had lying around?
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Bike looks good, enjoy in good health.
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Originally Posted by GlennR View Post
You must be all legs and short torso.

I like the satin black finish.
Yeah I have long legs and short torso. This seems to fit pretty great. I do think I need a longer stem. Currently riding 110mm. Maybe I will get a 120mm or 130mm.
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Why the ST-6800s? Just what you had lying around?

Yeah since they were compatible with the rest of my R8000 group, I just took them off my old bike. Nothing wrong with them, and they shift great.
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Very nice, how many kg?
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