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    i love cervelo fixies!!!! no need for fancy camera work!!! i just had to do it.. so i can hang with all these carbon dura ace/force/record bikes!!!
    LOOK / CERVELO / BRIDGESTONE / TREK / BMC / COLNAGO

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    Quote Originally Posted by boysa
    CerveloDude,

    Do you train on your Zipps? I've wondered how well they hold up to everyday riding. I want to get a pair at least for racing, but not sure if I'd want the 303s or 404s. I currently live in Hawaii, so WIND is a constant companion.
    I have two sets of wheels for the SLC-SL; ZIPP 404 tubies and DuraAce 7801 Carbon tubies. I train on both but use the 7801 Carbons mostly when I travel to areas that are hilly. I have had zero problems using the 404's daily, they are '07 versions and I understand that over the years they have become ore and more durable with each iteration.

    I don't race on the SLC-SL, the only races I do are time trials with my P3Carbon, I use ZIPP 606's on that bike.

    We have quite a bit of wind here in Florida as well. The 404's do a pretty good job without becoming too twitchy in the wind. If the wind is howling, I ride the DuraAce 7801 Carbons which are not affected much at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedips
    i love cervelo fixies!!!! no need for fancy camera work!!! i just had to do it.. so i can hang with all these carbon dura ace/force/record bikes!!!
    i can't tell, are you sarcastic??

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    he's making fun of you for mixing and matching DA/Force/Record and I agree it is kind of lame

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneGear
    i can't tell, are you sarcastic??
    lol wait what? no...
    im saying i really like ur bike.. there is really no need to do any fancy photog...
    LOOK / CERVELO / BRIDGESTONE / TREK / BMC / COLNAGO

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBPUNK
    he's making fun of you for mixing and matching DA/Force/Record and I agree it is kind of lame
    uhh.. there's nothing but shimano on the bike. i don't own campy or sram

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    51cm Soloist Team

    My Soloist with a new '08 wheelset I'll use for racing...
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    That's a striking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobileops
    I decided to make a jump for the R3-SL after my dealer was having a 25% off the 2007 line, prior to the price increase. I brought the components with me. Not bad I have to say, its so light. Added the Fizik Carbon Ti saddle and Look Keo Carbon Ti Pedals. Think its in the mid 15's...

    you should peel the stickers on the wheels. looks much better that way

    http://forums.roadbikereview.com/sho...d.php?t=115170
    2008 Cervelo R3-SL / SRAM Red

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    That's the game plan. I did it with my old Bontrager X-lites that I use on the bike to train with and it looks much cleaner. Thanks for the input. Nice Orbea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trek_FL
    Here's mine. I love this bike!

    I hope I got the photo upload right.

    How do you like your Flashpoints?


    Nice ride - I am stuck between wanting to get the red p3c, or the white p3c

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    The Flashpoints are great

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    I got the Flashpoints after my LBS mechanic recommended them. He was high on the construction and hub quality for the $$$. I actually leave them on all the time (training and tri's) and have no problems so far.

    I had never had deep aero wheels before and one thing that took getting used to was the big increase in inertia because of the depth of the wheel. What I mean is once they start spinning, they really dont want to turn to either side. You get used to that fairly quickly.

    As far as P3C color scheme, I love the new red/white/black - I don't think one could go wrong there.

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    My P2C sporting its race day wheels. Bought as a frame. Mostly all Dura Ace. Vision alloy bars with Syntace C2s on the front end. The Nimble Crosswinds were an eBay steal several years ago. Seems to scoot along pretty quickly.
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    Soloist Carbon Superlight

    2007 58cm Soloist Carbon Superlight
    Sram Force full Grouppo
    Zipp 606 tubular with Zipp Tangente & Dura Ace 11/23 cassette
    (Ksyrium ES training wheels)
    FSA K-Force carbon ergo bars and OS-115 110mm stem with neg-17 drop
    SLR 135g saddle (almost worn through)
    Time RXS Titan Carbon pedals
    Nokon Brake housing, Jagwire black shift housing
    Polar CS100B wireless computer
    6.84kg (15.1 pounds)


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    ^^^
    that's a very serious looking machine. How much did the whole built cost you?

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    cost

    If you have to ask... j/k

    As pictured, $6800 top to bottom. If you consider the Ksyrium ES's instead of the 606's, then $6300. But not everything was new to this frame... cockpit, wheels, cassette, saddle, & pedals I already had. So I dropped $5k at once really... part of which I funded through the sale of my previous bike.

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    Some absolutely gorgeous bikes here.
    I am smitten.
    Anyone happen to have a line on a sweet deal for a 58cm R3 frame and fork??
    The shop/owner would have to be willing to ship to Australia.

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    Dongustav how much does that bike weigh?
    "The future ain't what it used to be."

    "A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."
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    Quote Originally Posted by yankeesuperfan
    Dongustav how much does that bike weigh?

    He stated 15.1 lbs.

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    Garbec- how are those wheels working out?

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    I wish I could give you more feedback, but I've only been using my training set since I made the purchase. It's winter and the roads have been damp so I've been riding my old wheelset and some bomb proof tires. I can tell you that they look solid and they are the weight they claim them to be. I'll let you know when I get a chance to put some miles on them.

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    Recently built NOS '06 with Dura Ace. Still tweaking the fitting, so you will see extra spacers, etc.

    In road mode:



    ...and in semi-TT mode




    Awesome bikes posted here. Wish my bank account were bigger!

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    She's got Red hoods now...still needs a little work but it weighs 17.7lbs the way you see it here...



    Last edited by _velodoc_; 01-05-2008 at 03:24 PM.
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    here is my 2008 R3 in white.

    2014 EVO Di2, 7970 Di2
    2017 Shimano PD-9100 Pedals
    2012 Shimano7970 Di2
    2014 Centric Carbon Clinchers, 38mm and 60mm
    Second set of whees: Shimano 7900 C35 tubulars

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    Nice build - almost perfect in fact

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