My New Dream Bike Axiom SL
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    My New Dream Bike Axiom SL

    Got my Axiom SL 2 weeks ago, but waited for more than 3 months to arrive. Well all I can say is, it's worth all the wait. I road 430km on it since I got it, just can't get my ass of the saddle. Next week Feb. 25 I will use this baby on my duathlon race hope she performs well and also myself. List of part - Pictures Soon.

    Frame: Seven Axiom SL (EPS Ready)
    Group: Campagnolo SR11
    Wheel Set: Rolf Vigor SL & TDF85
    Dropbar: Zipp SLC
    Seatpost: Seven Ti
    Stem: Seven Ti
    Headset: CrisKing Ti
    Cables: Nokon
    Pedal: Look Keo Blade Ti
    Saddle: Fizik Arione CX Carbon
    Tires: Continental 4000s
    Bottle Cage: King Cage Ti





















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    Congratulations! Very nicely done!
    I don't know if it's the picture but the downtube looks massive compared to the rest. Did you max out on the stifness/rigidity?
    With bicycles in particular, you need to separate between what's merely true and what's important.

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    That is a very nice looking bike. I would be curious of your build specs too.
    Last edited by Dajianshan; 02-19-2012 at 01:43 AM.

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    Nicely Done. One more vote for you to share your build specs!

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    Very nice bike! IMHO I would remove the wheel decals. It looks really cool.

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    I will post specs soon.... thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by matreid View Post
    Nicely Done. One more vote for you to share your build specs!

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    That is a sweet bike voodoo01. I saw an axiom in person when I went to get a bike fit yesterday. The one I saw was painted with black and white highlights and the rest exposed Ti. It was exquisite and made me want one very badly. I would get a traditional frame over a compact though.

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    Did you have it drilled out for di2? I see holes in the places where the di2 wires would go. If so, was that extra$?
    Peace!

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    It's EPS ready not Di2. I wonder if it's possible to have my existing Axiom modified by Seven for Di2 or EPS, or if it's economically sensible...?

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    My bike shop told me that it is 1000 for a retrofit. Alternatively you can run all the wires on the outside and use tape to cover them. Not ideal or as clean looking as internal.
    Peace!

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    I think that my axiom will remain as it is, wouldn'trule out a Di2 one as standards settle down, obviously a seven frame is a long term investment, mine is 7 years old now and on its second
    full group set and components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmoth View Post
    I think that my axiom will remain as it is, wouldn'trule out a Di2 one as standards settle down, obviously a seven frame is a long term investment, mine is 7 years old now and on its second
    full group set and components.
    Good to hear, as I just ordered an Axiom SL.
    Peace!

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