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Re: Let's see your ride! [Louie Chee] [ In reply to ]
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I love when this thread gets resurrected!!!

"I would definitely smell her seat after a century ride"
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That might be the post of the year right there.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [shivermetimbers] [ In reply to ]
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Some new add-ons…. I still love this Bike

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Re: Let's see your ride! [nole-limit] [ In reply to ]
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do people make cat calls when you enter transition with that thing?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [nole-limit] [ In reply to ]
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I'm ashamed to post this after seeing your ride, but here goes.





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Re: Let's see your ride! [Jamaican] [ In reply to ]
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Jamaican wrote:
I'm ashamed to post this after seeing your ride, but here goes.

Nice! I like the black and white striping effect, and the tires add to it nicely. I might add a few minimal zebra stripes to your seatpost, but, other than that, you've got a very cool sled.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [nole-limit] [ In reply to ]
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Two questions:

Who did that paint job? Kudos.

What bars are those?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bwain] [ In reply to ]
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I sanded it down and had it ready for paint then I found a guy in west chester, pa to do the paint job.
The aero bars are old hed (non-uci legal)

http://kellycycling.com.au/...03/HED_AeroBars1.jpg
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Re: Let's see your ride! [nole-limit] [ In reply to ]
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nole-limit wrote:
Some new add-ons…. I still love this Bike

That is a gorgeous bike.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [nole-limit] [ In reply to ]
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Here's my P2 post long-ride last Saturday (breaking all the bike photo rules, no doubt). All that's left is a front 404 and she'll be ready for IM CdA. 59 days and counting...



And, here's my road bike ('13 Tarmac SL4) before I took the aerobars off:
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Brytcyd] [ In reply to ]
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I must admit, I love the color scheme of the new P2! Simple yet elegant.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Runner Rick] [ In reply to ]
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Had to do a double take! I thought it was my bike for a second.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [ In reply to ]
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Just finished her yesterday!![/url][/img]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [DY3VERSITY] [ In reply to ]
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Sweet ride. Are those Zipp R2C shifters? How do you like them?

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Re: Let's see your ride! [brycebaird] [ In reply to ]
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Is that TO's new ride ;)




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Re: Let's see your ride! [colnagoguy] [ In reply to ]
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Nice ride!

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The finish of the outside of the Tririg base bar is excellent. The inside of the base bar could have been done better (i.e. some debris etc makes insertion of cables somewhat more cumbersome). Another well known issue is that the glue between the arm cups and the velcro is completely insufficient, so the pads come off easily. I knew this beforehand so I fastened the velcro with superglue and it isn't a problem. I had to use some carbon paste between the base bar and the stem in order to fixate the base bar without excessive torque.
The outside finish on my base bar has a flaw. Not a biggie, but still. How is the finish holding up around the pad stack holes in the base bar? It's known to flake off right on the edge of the holes.

Great idea about the carbon paste. I also had some trouble getting the base bar not to move in the stem.

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The bar does not flex much at all, but does flex somewhat more than a aluminium bar. Not really an issue since you should be in your extensions for most of the race and won't be doing any sprinting. There is quite some flex in the tririg extensions ("Gamma") compared to aluminium. In combination with the NP3's sensitiveness to side wind (which is substantial compared to my previous Felt B16) it is sometimes nerve-wracking to meet big trucks/busses coming from the opposite direction. When I see them come I switch to the base bar.
I've also found the NP3 to be sensitive to crosswind. I'm starting to get used to it, and thus be more stabile in crosswinds: good thing, too, since it might blow in Honu. :O

Did you use the SM-EW67-A-E junction box instead of the 5-port? If so where did you hide the splitters?

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Re: Let's see your ride! [lllusion] [ In reply to ]
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Very nice rides everyone......some serious hammer dropping going on!!!!

"I would definitely smell her seat after a century ride"
Rappstar wrote:
That might be the post of the year right there.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Brytcyd] [ In reply to ]
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Loving the P2

10 days and counting until I get mine can't wait now the suns out
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Wheely] [ In reply to ]
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Wheely wrote:
Loving the P2

10 days and counting until I get mine can't wait now the suns out

Get that pic up when you get it! It's only fair.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [lllusion] [ In reply to ]
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I can't really see the finish around the pad stack holes since I have my arm cups directly on the base bar with no spacers in-between

Yes, I use the smaller junction boxes. One of them is hidden inside the left Gamma extension, the other inside the right Gamma extension




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Re: Let's see your ride! [Runner Rick] [ In reply to ]
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Runner Rick wrote:
Sweet ride. Are those Zipp R2C shifters? How do you like them?

Love them. They were actually my first upgrade to the bike and they just feel a lot better in the hands.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [colnagoguy] [ In reply to ]
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Is that the new P3? Can you post a side view. It's on my short list.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [3Aims] [ In reply to ]
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3Aims wrote:
Is that the new P3? Can you post a side view. It's on my short list.
Here's my 2014 P3.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [colnagoguy] [ In reply to ]
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colnagoguy wrote:
I can't really see the finish around the pad stack holes since I have my arm cups directly on the base bar with no spacers in-between
Sometimes the flaking starts the first time the pads & extensions are assembled to the base bar. Other times it can start if you take apart (to make height or setup adjustments) and reassemble the system.

colnagoguy wrote:
Yes, I use the smaller junction boxes. One of them is hidden inside the left Gamma extension, the other inside the right Gamma extension
That was smart.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [lllusion] [ In reply to ]
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lllusion wrote:
3Aims wrote:
Is that the new P3? Can you post a side view. It's on my short list.

Here's my 2014 P3.

dude......
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Re: Let's see your ride! [DuGuy] [ In reply to ]
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Ohhh, I got a new road bike since I put my Felt in here.

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