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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium_dan View Post
    Very fast and stiff! Feels a bit like my old Allez Sprints. Makes you want to fang it everywhere. It's also the first bike that's properly fit my weird geo. It's 41.5 C-C ST and 52.7 TT!
    How about a few more pics of your new rocket?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdaghisallo View Post
    How about a few more pics of your new rocket?
     

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    Dang! That is an aggressive puppy! Enjoy that sweet ride.
     

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    Spring calls for gumwalls.

     

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    Beautiful bike....AXS looks good in with the frame color and gumwalls
    Nathan H

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium_dan View Post
    Love this one!
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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    Anyone wanna buy a Parlee Z1 SL?...

    SUMMER CYCLES on Instagram: “#sneakpeak at the latest #gaulzetti prototype. Our sponsored riders asked for a bike as stiff and responsive as our #Interclub - as…”

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichTheRoadie View Post
    Anyone wanna buy a Parlee Z1 SL?...

    SUMMER CYCLES on Instagram: “#sneakpeak at the latest #gaulzetti prototype. Our sponsored riders asked for a bike as stiff and responsive as our #Interclub - as…”
    If you’re going to keep burning through bikes, the least you could do is get them in the right size...
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    Good lord! How much? Take my money!
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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    Latest set up.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium_dan View Post
    Latest set up.
    Changed out the Rotor's?
     

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    Yes - my bike fitter put me on 150mm cranks, due to my short pins (650 saddle height). I tried them for over a year, and did not enjoy them. There was no "leverage" when riding out of the saddle.

    Went back to 165mm R8000s. Much better.

    Also got a -10, rather than -17 stem.
     

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    Good call on the stem change.
    And 150's? Wow. Can see how there wasn't much leverage. Even 165s are short. How tall are you?
     

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    170cm - very short inseam, though - 41.5C-T ST.
     

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    I've ridden a lot of bikes over the years...I don't think I've ever ridden a combo that had so much get up and go as this Interclub + Fulcrum 40s setup.



    "I guess you're some weird relic of an obsolete age." - davids

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    To @titanium_dan and @matt Strongin, what does that alu ISP do to the comfort of these weapons?

    Saving for when the Aussie dorrar improves against the greenback - I see a direct mount rim brake’d carbon or alu Gaulzetti in my future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichTheRoadie View Post
    To @titanium_dan and @matt Strongin, what does that alu ISP do to the comfort of these weapons?

    Saving for when the Aussie dorrar improves against the greenback - I see a direct mount rim brake’d carbon or alu Gaulzetti in my future...
    Nothing bad. Between this Interclub and my Corsa I've probably ridden 40-50,000 miles and well over one hundred 100+ mile rides and never once thought that the ISP hurt the comfort. It does seem to feel more connected when cornering, but that could be in my head (Craig would know better). But there's no comfort drawback, IMO.
    "I guess you're some weird relic of an obsolete age." - davids

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    I can add that I never felt that my Gaulzetti with the ISP was any less comfortable than an aluminum frame with a standard seatpost. If I were going to do it again, I’d still choose the ISP without hesitation.
    Nathan H

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    Default Re: Gaulzetti

    No difference in comfort, as compared to my two Allez Sprints, CAAD9 or CAAD12 with conventional posts.
     

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    Damn Matthew! That rig is bad ass zoom zoom for sure!

    Concur on ISPs. I dig them all around. The aesthetics of one really do it for me.
     

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