Aloha TT/Tri Bike links

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  1. Dan H

    Dan H New Member

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    Sorry, forgot the links.
    X-Fusion Plus Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and shaped with
    PowerDiamond down tube with integrated head tube. Carbon seat stays with
    Titanium mesh overlay, X-Fusion Plus Quaternary phase alloy butted
    chainstays, Fuji forged road dropout with replaceable derailleur hanger. 1
    1/8" Full Carbon 300g Integrated Road fork.
    Dura Ace 10 speed STI and derailleurs. Truvative Roluer ISIS drive crank
    172.5, 53/39, 105 dual pivot calipers, Ritchey WCS post, stem & 42cm bar.
    Ritchey WCS/OCR/Zero/DS rear wheel and FSA RD200 front wheel.
    I didn't have a mate for either of these wheels but without the stickers,
    they look similar and they are both aero, light and strong. New Michelin
    Speedium tires, new chain, wires, housing & bar tape.
    Some chainstay chips and shift housing rub on the head tube but otherwise
    very clean. $1630.
    Geometry: http://www.fujibikes.com/2005/geometry.asp?id=21
    Pic: http://www.politesociety.com/bayfiles/fujitt52.jpg
     
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    Okay, okay, now, here is the correct text with the correct links!

    A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and Aero shaped, Integrated Head
    Tube, butted seat stays with shaped ride tuned Energy Transfer Chainstay,
    Fuji forged road dropout with replaceable derailleur hanger, Fuji 1 1/8"
    Aero Carbon fork with Cro-Moly steerer.
    Dura Ace 10 speed controls and derailleurs. Truvative Roluer ISIS drive
    crank 172.5, 53/39, Tektro R40 dual pivot brakes, Vision Tech "wing" base
    bar & stem. Scott aero extensions, Vision Tech brake levers, FSA alloy post,
    FSA 488 carbon tubular wheels. The tires shown are no good and just for show
    but I have several good new tires to choose from. This bike is fast, Fast,
    FAST! $1800.
    Geometry: http://www.fujibikes.com/2005/geometry.asp?id=21
    Pic: http://www.politesociety.com/bayfiles/fujitt52.jpg


     
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