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    Moser Leader Ax Frame Geometry

    Appreciate your input. But the photo was intended as a visual for those not familiar with the Moser Leader AX. I'm searching for the geometry chart as I'm interested in buying a Leader AX frameset, but need to verify the exact geometry to get the proper sized frame. If I recalled correctly...
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    Moser Leader Ax Frame Geometry

    Here's a long shot, but hoping someone can help me with. I'm looking for the frame geometry chart for a 90's F.Moser Leader AX frameset. Thanks in advance.
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    Moser Leader Ax Frame Geometry

    Here's a long shot, but hoping someone can help me with. I'm looking for the frame geometry chart for a 90's F.Moser Leader AX frameset. Thanks in advance.
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    Fsa Goes Electronic

    FSA electronic groupset makes an appearance in prototype form. Looks to be much more compact than Shimano's and Campy's electronic rear derailleurs. http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/fsa-electronic-groupset-spotted-at-tour-de-france Waiting to see more of SRAM's latest rev of their entry...
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    Campy Shifter And Front Derailleur Compatibility

    Obviously, your disdain for the Japanese brand is well known. So I won't start an online flame war as these things go nowhere and everyone has a preference. To each their own. But I will admit that I also have 2013 D-A 9000 11sp on another bike and in my opinion, 9000 is superior to my 2013...
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    Campy Shifter And Front Derailleur Compatibility

    12-speed?(!) I haven't heard of this, but really? I can't imagine how they'll cram in a 12th sprocket in the current freehub spacing. Or will the next gen road frames have 135mm rear spacing? Do we really need 12-speed?
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    Campy Shifter And Front Derailleur Compatibility

    There's been lots of discussions on cross brand 11sp cassette compatibility. But I have a question regarding the compatibility of Campagnolo's 11sp shifter and front derailleurs. Specifically, I have 2013 Campy Record 11sp shifters with the same vintage front derailleur, but would like to...
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    Do You Think Cycling Can Be As Popular As The Other Major Sports In The U.s.?

    Never will cycling amount to a major spectator sport in NA. It's a fantastic sport to participate in, but is slow and boring as a spectator sport on TV. Even watching early flat stages of the Tour or the first few hours of a Classic can put the most ardent cycling fan to sleep. The average NA...
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    Afghan Women Racers

    Against the odds.... Kudos to these athletes. http://widerimage.reuters.com/story/afghanistans-women-racers?utm_campaign=web-share&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Quote: Originally Posted by Rusty213 My new C3 Drive side please! Or it's like taking a photo of a car's interior from the passenger side. Nice ride. But a carbon Litespeed? Interesting, but isn't that some kind of crime against titanium? BTW, nice reflectors.
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Quote: Originally Posted by cale262 Not every road is pave... Swiss Cross 2.0 with Campag Chorus11. Thumbs Up!
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Quote: Originally Posted by jimmy8813 What about my bike ? I would almost rather walk. BTW, you made a cardinal sin in bicycle photography......always show the drive side of your machine.
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Yeh, too good to be true on the EVO frameset. Here's another doozy......Lightweight Obermayers, Mavic Cosmic Carbones, Zipp 404's, Fulcrum Racing Speed XLR's, Campy Boras, etc, all for around $500/set (w/ skewers and carbon brake pads!). Note how all the different wheels have the exact same...
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Chinnondale? Or real EVO? Looks good from the photos, but the description and price is suspect...
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    Show Me A Photo Of Your Road Bike

    Nice bike (especially the Lightweight wheelset). But the frame colour hurts the eyes a little.....