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JamesCraps 04-19-14 04:11 PM

Stem aint even slammed.

SlamThatStemBRO 04-19-14 04:27 PM


Originally Posted by JamesCraps (Post 16685605)
Stem aint even slammed.

It's been fit to me :thumb:

LesterOfPuppets 04-21-14 08:05 PM

sloar 04-21-14 08:17 PM

LesterOfPuppets 04-21-14 08:53 PM

^ Oh mama!

johnnytheboy 04-21-14 08:55 PM

cross post....!

cc700 04-21-14 11:52 PM

love that straggletooth...

Robofunc 04-22-14 08:35 AM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 16691364)

Nice. What is it?

stooey lewis 04-22-14 12:59 PM

i was just given a bike from my fathers friend,i dont know the manufacturer of the frame but it does have campagnolo pedals and a campagnolo crankset.just a little rust on the fork, but i rode it and its killer. anyone can help me identify the maker of the frame id appreciate it

LesterOfPuppets 04-22-14 01:08 PM


Originally Posted by Robofunc (Post 16692452)
Nice. What is it?

Thx. That's my Scapin. Trying to see how long I can handle tending after a raw steel frame.

TejanoTrackie 04-22-14 01:08 PM

@stooey lewis Try posting in the C&V forum.

Rino 04-22-14 05:15 PM

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Yeah, I know that seat bag is tacky; I bought it in 1984, and it holds the mini-pump (don't like it in my jersey pocket).

I still have to dial in the fit. Modern bars seem to have a lot less drop than years ago.

My first carbon fiber bike, and about as heavy as my Cramerotti with SLX tubing was.

hairnet 04-22-14 05:31 PM


Originally Posted by johnnytheboy (Post 16691480)

Nice headset spacers :thumb:

LesterOfPuppets 04-22-14 07:08 PM


Originally Posted by hairnet (Post 16693973)
Nice headset spacers :thumb:

He shoulda posted a day earlier for the rastamon vibration 420 combo

MAGAIVER 05-01-14 08:31 AM

I can finally post here.
I ordered 2 Konas at the LBS a Kahuna and a Dew DL, brought the Kahuna home last night and will get the Dew DL friday.
Haven't had the chance to properly test the bike yet but the ride home the LBS was awesome.

hairnet 05-01-14 11:58 AM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 16691364)

What do you think about those tires? I have a pair in 28mm I will be using soon.

LesterOfPuppets 05-02-14 01:27 AM


Originally Posted by hairnet (Post 16718856)
What do you think about those tires? I have a pair in 28mm I will be using soon.

Some of the nicest riding tires I've been on.

They don't seem as grippy as Michelin Pro3's to me.

Ridiculously easy to mount on Open Pro CD and Araya something-or-other.

Possibly not very tough, I had something get through tire and Mr. Tuffy last week. Haven't put in the miles to have input on long term durability yet.

johnnytheboy 05-02-14 10:26 PM

excuse the pic...i'll get some decent ones tomorrow.
pretty stoked to be on a carbon cannondale....

TMonk 05-02-14 11:06 PM

those are some deep azz wheels

johnnytheboy 05-03-14 04:25 AM

Reynolds storms....
Love em.......until I'm in a crosswind!

TMonk 05-03-14 09:57 AM

I've never owned deeper than 46, so I can only imagine.

Sweet bike.

evilcryalotmore 05-05-14 12:32 AM

BoozyMcliverRot 05-05-14 04:00 PM

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Went for a little ride after installing a new chain,downtube barrel adjuster and new shifter. Rides great,very neutral handling. shimano 105 crank,bottom bracket,chainring,cassette,hubs,rear derailleur, and calipers.Avid levers and acera 7 speed trigger shifter(much better than the 105 dt shifter) Ritchey bars,Tange stem and headset,DMR lock on grips,Bontrager saddle,Forte post and Conti gatorskins.

If you are on the fence about putting risers on a road bike you really should try it.

JamesCraps 05-05-14 04:27 PM


Originally Posted by evilcryalotmore (Post 16728871)


cobrabyte 05-16-14 08:36 AM

Johnny; great bike, man. Shabba!

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