Going full Silver on my CIOCC EOM 16.5?
It's a sweet, very solid all day ride.
Deda Black Zero 100 Stem - 130mm
Deda Black Neutron Bars - 46mm Deep Drop
Deda Black Stick Post - 32.4mm
San Marco Regal Giradi Titanio Saddle - Black
Cork/Gel Tape - White
Chorus BB - 70x102mm
Record Al Cranks - 42x52t - 175mm
Chorus FD - 2006
Chorus RD - 2006
Chorus Ergo - 2006
KMC DX-10SC Chain
Chorus Cassette - 12-25t
Record Silver Brakes - 2006
Record Hubs - 36h 1998 w/cassette body conversion
Fir PULSAR SC Rims
DT Competition Spokes
Vittoria Pave CG - 24mm Tubulars
I wanted Record everything, but Chorus in places for the extra metal parts (less carbon) and cost savings. The Ergo levers were a sale item (thanks Nashbar) or I would have gotten Centaur.
The white tape/black seat is to match the frame colors mix, which it does quite well.
I'm thinking it would be nice to build with Silver FD, RD, Ergo's and bars/stem/post. Or should I leave it as is? If I replace all those parts, I'll be staring at another bike build, something the wife might not appreciate (or a good spare parts bin).
Nice looking frame.
Looking forward to seeing it all built-up.
Second that on posting multiple, high resolution images. I'm just three weeks into my Fondi EOM16.5 frameset. I'm 190lbs, and hammer the crap out of her in rolling and crappy roads. I don't experience derailleur rub, and flex is there, but minimal. I'm absolutely convinced this is the best possible tubing ever made.
what size is your frameset? have you ridden it before, or you're just rebuilding it? Why the kmc chain instead of a campy chain? I also jumped on the chorus ergo levers for 152 from Nashbar. That's a very sweet deal.
good luck, and please post pictures when complete.
Nice. I have a Ciocc com 12.5. Where did you get the frame?
Originally Posted by CIOCC FAN