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  1. #101
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    My 07

    Cervelo is de bes bike... ;)
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    That is BEAUTIFUL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMan
    That is BEAUTIFUL!
    Seattleblu how do you like your easton wheelset?
    "The future ain't what it used to be."

    "A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."
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    Thanks for comment, CMan.

    The Circuit's are good for all around riding and training and EA90 SLX's are perfect when hills go up. I did a uphill race last year in Idaho with the SLX's and they are light, strong and smooth. I put them on occasionally for hilly group rides, but I don't have any issues with them at all.

    It helped that my dealer sold them to me at cost, but I'd still look at them again as they're bullet-proof for such a minimal wheel. I also added a 12-27 for that wheelset as we have some serious climbs around here.

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    Awesomeeeeeee!!
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    Here is mine only thing that has changed since the pictures was taken is the wheels i have nuetrons on it with fortezza tyres.[IMG]Image Hosting[/IMG]

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    Here is mine



    Cervelo R3 54cm
    Shimano Dura-Ace
    Pro Stem
    Pro Handlebar
    Zipp 404 Tubular
    Continental Grand Prix 4000
    Tacx Tao Cages
    Polar CS400 w. cadence
    Fizik Arione K:ium
    Deda handlebartape

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    My 07 R3 Beaut!!!

    Just finished building her!!!
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    cervelo

    here my soloist carbon with full force, i wish i would have waited a few months until the red came out, but i love it anyway.
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    Nice Bike...

    Very nice build! What wheelset is that you have on?

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    wheelset

    The wheels i have on my cervelo are real design supersonic 60mm. I thought taking the stickers off would give them a cleaner look. thanks.

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    How much were the supersonic's? I noticed they partnered with Zipp on them and wonder what the major differences are between them and similar Zipp's (besides cost)? I wish I could afford some carbon wheels, but can't justify it. I wonder how these compare to Reynolds carbon wheels.

    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by c_warmath
    The wheels i have on my cervelo are real design supersonic 60mm. I thought taking the stickers off would give them a cleaner look. thanks.

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    I miss my Cervelo all of a sudden.
    LTMTB'erLTGR it's teh c(o)de

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_warmath
    here my soloist carbon with full force, i wish i would have waited a few months until the red came out, but i love it anyway.
    How high is your fork steerer cut? Be careful... the wolf SL forks have a rigid instruction to not have more than 75mm steerer exposed above the top tube. Or was it 80 mm? Whatever, the point being that carbon Wolf / Alpha Q forks have a maximum length for exposed steerer.

    Yours isn't as wackily tall as some of the other pics in this thread.... but worth checking for safety's sake.

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    Update Pic...

    Here is an update to my ride. Finally finished!
    Mix of Sram RED and Sram Force components with mostly carbon easton parts and bontrager XXX wheelset. LETS RIDE!!!
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    My NOS Soloist

    Took the new Cervelo for it's first ride last night. It was so good I'm taking off early from work today.
    It's full Campy Record/Eurus and tips the scales at 18.1 with pedals, pump and my trusty Brooks saddle.

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    The black tape compliments the Fork/graphics. Thanks for the example. ( I'm awaiting delivery of my white R3)

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    Great looking bike. Have you weighed the bike ?
    Thanks,
    John




    Quote Originally Posted by QBNastyNaS
    Here is mine



    Cervelo R3 54cm
    Shimano Dura-Ace
    Pro Stem
    Pro Handlebar
    Zipp 404 Tubular
    Continental Grand Prix 4000
    Tacx Tao Cages
    Polar CS400 w. cadence
    Fizik Arione K:ium
    Deda handlebartape
    2nd place is just the 1st loser
    NCVC

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabre104
    Great looking bike. Have you weighed the bike ?
    Thanks,
    John

    Thanks! The weight is 6.84 kg or 15.08 lbs. Perfect for the UCI weight rule!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QBNastyNaS
    Thanks! The weight is 6.84 kg or 15.08 lbs. Perfect for the UCI weight rule!

    weight rule ???? what's a weight rule ??

    Actually I am trying to decide between the R3, R3-SL or the SLC-SL. And I can not make my mind up.

    Made up my mind last night.....bought a R3 SL size 56
    Weight came in at 836 grams with no hardware on the frame.
    Will post pics during the buil-up.

    John
    Last edited by sabre104; 04-05-2008 at 01:08 AM.
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    Last edited by rvddb; 04-07-2008 at 12:59 PM.

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    That's sweet! Do you know what it weighs complete like it is there??
    "I'm not known for my patience. Patience is a polite quality and often appropriate, but it rarely gets things done. Impatience, however, is the hunger for results and intolerance for excuses and delays. Impatience got me over countless mountain passes..."
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    No idea how much the bike weighs.....but i do know that I could stand to lose about 10-15lbs

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    Sweet looking bike- 56cm? How do you like the sixzero wheels? (And those are the oddest looking baseboards I've ever seen).
    To the troll mobile, away...

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    yup - 56. The wheels ride nice - i actully like them better than the zipp tubbies i had on a previous bike.

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