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Discussion in 'Road & Cyclocross' started by stinkyboy, Sep 23, 2005.
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That thing is sweet!
Needs more speed holes though.
what kind of pedals are those??
I dont know anything about road biking, but I do know that that thing is damn sexy
those my friend are the mks "orb" they weigh a whopping 99 grams
Damn, I saw a road bike in a local shop that was 16 lbs without pedals and I thought that thing was lite.
i love the use of DT shifters and those levers. magnifique.
did you guys see the carbon fibre cassete....!?!?
so what's the weight limit? 110 pounds?
Great, jockeys in the TdF.
Can you say "noodle"?
The rest of the pics are here:
I'd be scared to ride that thing!
I love how the 2nd link they say "creating the lightest possible race-ready bike" . I don't know about you I wouldn't race with downtube shifters and Benotto tape. Ouch
Wow that thing is extremely light. This guy at my shop has a really light bike. Or at least I thought it was light. It weighs in at 15.4 lbs. So one of the other mechanics put some lead weights in his seat post when he wasnt there and now it weighs in at 16.3 lbs. So we are going to see what he does.
If it were me I'd flip out and kill someone, ninja style.
Yea but the dude who put it in there is a bad ass so I dont think he will be touching anyone. He will just take it in stride.
I believe the article I read on it said no weight limit....frightening.
We have a guy here with a sub 15lb bike, that is with cages and his tool bag. Of course he also managed to crack his carbon rims, so it will be gaining some weight fairly soon.
Kinda cool, and kinda ghey at the same time.