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    Bamboo and Di2





    Last edited by Canaboo; 05-31-2012 at 08:55 PM.

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    Nice. Got a shot of the whole bike?

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    Appealing looking paint job! As mentioned, a shot of the entire bike would be nice...
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    OP's a teaser ...

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    The bike is not actually painted.

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    Very nice. Are the joints carbon? I cant make out the brand bike.

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    Pure unadulterated badass!

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    That is sick. The really really good kind of sick.

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    Super nice! Well done!

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    Watch out for hungry pandas.

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    That is overly badass!

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    Like your valve caps.

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    Very different got a link to the manufacturer

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    Frame looks like it says "menzies" which brought up this:

    Bamboo Bikes by Pat Menzies - Home

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    A more direct side shot and a close-up of the "Oh Canada" valve caps.



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    Thats nice one of the better looking ones I have seen. Every time I see a Bamboo bike I want to build one. I just haven't figured out the frame jig yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canaboo View Post
    A more direct side shot and a close-up of the "Oh Canada" valve caps.

    Just looking at those caps yesterday and was wondering how they would look.
    Nice looking bike overall.

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    I wonder if they could have made that front derailleur bigger?

    Beautiful frame BTW.
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    Front derailleur is screwed directly to the seat post? Guess you better be sure you get it mounted in exactly the right place the first time. And no switching the large chain ring on this bike.

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    The front derailleur on a carbon bike or any braze on is also attached in a permanent position...
    There is a fair amount of adjustment due to the slotted nature of the mount. Perhaps not enough to go from compact to a TT size but neutral for a 53.

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    Very nice. Very cool bike. Enjoy it.

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