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    Default Re: Baum Cycles

    True!

    My new Baum Corretto

     

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    Darren and company continue to kick goals in a big way. Not my style (really don't like pink) but it is a very beautiful bike none the less.

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    Baum Corretto, Enve 1.45 rims laced to Tune hubs veloflex Extreme tubulars, Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS, Enve fork and seatpost, 3T stem painted on same scheme. MOST bar.

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    Sorry for link, but a lot more pics and my riding impressions...Watchscapes: High Resolution Photography by Peter Chong: Baum Corretto
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Chong View Post
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    Baum Corretto, Enve 1.45 rims laced to Tune hubs veloflex Extreme tubulars, Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS, Enve fork and seatpost, 3T stem painted on same scheme. MOST bar.

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    Sorry for link, but a lot more pics and my riding impressions...Watchscapes: High Resolution Photography by Peter Chong: Baum Corretto
    Lovely bike but PLEASE lose that awful saddle bag!! Makes it looks like you have a packed lunch with you...
     

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    The saddle bag carries the camera...:-)
     

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    Great looking bike Peter! Nice build up and love the colors. Enjoy the ride. Singapore looks to have a pretty good bike culture (lots of nice bikes anyway!)
     

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    nice, i need to know where your friend lives and when he's not at home
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Chong View Post
    Baum Corretto, Enve 1.45 rims laced to Tune hubs veloflex Extreme tubulars, Campagnolo Super Record 11 EPS, Enve fork and seatpost, 3T stem painted on same scheme. MOST bar.
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    Beautiful bike, the shallow carbon tubs look both classy and modern, a perfect fit for a Baum!
     

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    Quiet around here...from yesterday's ride...

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    I just realised I wrote Enve 1.45, thats a typo...should be Enve 1.25.

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    Beautiful bike, the shallow carbon tubs look both classy and modern, a perfect fit for a Baum!
     

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    Peter, I'm keen on getting the same wheel made for my trip to Europe.. You're happy with them?
     

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    Todd, I'm led to believe the new 'budget' (comparatively) Enve wheels use an updated version of the 1.25 rim that's got the SES textured brake surface - should be ideal for anything European. Even better if you can buy the rim on its own and build it onto whatever hubs you want.

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    The wheels are great. Very light. And seem very strong. They are handbuilt with Tune hubs.

    But need care when wet. We do get heavy torrential rain, when that happens, the brakes are dicey. They are fine in light rain.

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    Peter, I'm keen on getting the same wheel made for my trip to Europe.. You're happy with them?
     

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    The wife had stern words with me about this being sat unused...



    She was right (as were many of you who have commented on my ideas / idiocy previously) - rebuilding it reminded me how nice it is.

    Decided to keep most of the front end height with a fairly normal stem as it'll be used for a few 200km+ rides in the coming months, but it's around 15mm lower at the front than it used to be.
     

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    No campagnolo....?...... but the new Shimano looks good on it....
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    relieved you didnt repaint that thing or subject it to a sweet fixie conversion.

    wifey girlfriend and mistress.
     

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    Any pointers regarding the weight of a size 58 Ristretto with frame/stem/seatpost/fork ?
     

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    Hello,

    I am really really thinking to go fight the Wife and order a Baum. I already own a Carbon steed, a modern Build Colnago Super and really like how comfortable steel is.

    Up for grabs is my last dream bike. Inteded use is club rides, amateur racing occasionally and maybe some 200-300 km audaxes with friends for fun.

    Can anyone justify going for Ti Cubano and not sticking to steel Ristretto, since there is a considerable price increase ?

    Thanx
     

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    Hi Kupepe, I have 3 Corretto's - the full custom titanium. What that means is slightly more labor intensive on reducing material in the tubes on the Ti and a full fit process also. Depending on how you get your order - if you go full custom geometry with a bike fit, or a standard size, the Cubano is a more reasonable priced option.

    The Ristretto is the steel version of the Corretto - that is the only difference. It really depends on what you want out of a bike and the characteristics you like. I really like my Titanium bike - but it hasn't stopped me wanting a steel Ristretto! If it's to a budget, I'd consider the Ristretto personally... Then wait a few years, fly to Oz and get fitted for a Corretto! Haha!

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    Got guilty about this not being ridden:



    Can't deny it, I still fucking *love* that purple...

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