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Pics of my Debernardi Zona (for those who care)

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Old 11-03-03, 07:51 PM
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Pics of my Debernardi Zona (for those who care)

I've never seen another one on the road so I thought I would share
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The specs:

57 cm frame made of A.D.B. Coulumbus Nivacron steel tubing

Shimano 105 12-25 triple drivetrain
Matrix Aurora 32-spoke wheels wrapped around Shimano Tiagra hubs
Hutchinson Carbon Comp tires
Selle San Marco saddle with LeMond seat post
Cane Creek C1 headset
3T stem and bars
rides like a dream!
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I have those wheels. they are bombproof, but I have heard that they are hard to fit contis on them
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Sweeeeeet lookin' ride! Congrats!
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The tires were a nightmare to mount when I first got them, but they got easier to work with since then (and I have had to work with them to fix a couple flats ). Once the rims wear out I'll get some Open Pros around CK hubs, maybe.
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The tires were a nightmare to mount when I first got them, but they got easier to work with since then (and I have had to work with them to fix a couple flats ). Once the rims wear out I'll get some Open Pros around CK hubs, maybe.
ck hubs...the few times I been on the road with someone on ck hubs, they have been very noisey...the rachet sounds like a blender. I guess it keeps you from coasting. btw, I've heard that ck will be moving their operations to Oregon soon.
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