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    Default Crumpton Cycles

    Threw this up across the hall but thought I'd share over this way too.
    Delivered on Monday. It's Nick's Proto BB30 / Integrated Headset model.
    Low and Long .. 56.5 ctoc seatube and 59.5 tt to accomodate my long torso.
    14 hours on it in the last few days. Stiff as a brickbat and so sweet...
    more later...
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    Last edited by mrlee; 12-27-2008 at 12:10 AM.
     

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    something about the colors.. i feel cleansed and pure.
    ommmmmmmmmm.

    beautiful bike. i so admire crumpton's work.
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    That is sweet! Crumpton makes such awesome road bikes.

    You are lucky to be out riding...we have 2-3 feet of snow here in WI.
     

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    Looks like a state-of-the-fine-art race bike to me. Nice work Nick and congrats David. It's pretty much perfect by the look and the description of it.
     

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    oh my freakin god.....
     

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    nice

    nic kills it again
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    Beautiful bike David. Worthy of your wattage.
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    Nic's work is so right and this particular bike has the NICEST looking carbon fork I've seen in ages. Very BA bike sir.

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    i like it. stealth in a white sort of way.
    s.
     

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    yup...that's pretty much perfect.

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    this bike makes me smile.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    yup...that's pretty much perfect.

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    Thank you sir, I take that as the ultimate compliment.
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    what bars are those, sir?
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    Beautiful bike! Looks ready to lay down the law on the Johns Island team rides. I think some full sleeve tattoo motiffs on the fork blades would compliment yours nicely...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    what bars are those, sir?
    The bars are Deda Newton deep drop, Non-anatomic in 46cm(outer to outer)
    Here's a few more pics..



     

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    That is just so damn wild looking...I love it.

    It almost looks like you can't touch it...ethereal.
     

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    Beautiful!

    A little bird told me today that my Crumpton (with BB30 and standard headset) might make into the paint both early next week. Needless to say, I'm pumped.
     

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    Yum. One non-criticism suggestion--can you remove the logos from that stem? The simple blacks and whites really look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    Yum. One non-criticism suggestion--can you remove the logos from that stem? The simple blacks and whites really look great.
    I think a syntace would look nice, but having ridden with David in the past, he needs the beefy stem. The guy turns some major wattage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbill View Post
    I think a syntace would look nice, but having ridden with David in the past, he needs the beefy stem. The guy turns some major wattage.
    I like the chunky profile of the stem. If the cool tones of that frame weren't so well set off by the plain black components I wouldn't notice the Time decals. And I really like the contrast of traditional wheels next to those stout tubes. It's such a great looking bike it's making me shallow.
    Last edited by 72gmc; 12-30-2008 at 01:35 AM.
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