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    Default Re: Seven Cycles

    Those look like 9070 derailleurs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamu8104 View Post
    Those look like 9070 derailleurs
    Seems to be more silver on that rear derailleur than my 9070. Matters not ... bike looks killer.
     

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    It's the angle of the light and the reflection off the glossy black that makes it look like there's more silver. It's simply your standard 9070 RD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopQuark View Post
    I almost forgot about this thread. Finally, here's mine. Custom built and painted by me!

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    very nice frame, too much black and white going on, maybe no branding on the wheels makes it more quiet. why a touring bike bag on a race bike?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogrange View Post
    Dream bike! How is the front bag - notice it having any effect on the handling?
    No real effect other than it being different than when the bike is unloaded, I designed this rig to have a front bag at some point, just hadn't ever gotten around to it.

    The RD is just a standard 9070. Although there are some fancy Ceramicspeed goodies headed my way :)

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    This is the faster version of the Evergreen that Justin has.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCT View Post
    This is the faster version of the Evergreen that Justin has.
    That's because you have proper sized wheels.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCT View Post
    This is the faster version of the Evergreen that Justin has.
    Your RD probably hates you right now.
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    He did that for the photo. He's embarrassed that he has a fancy multi-speed bike but always rides in the 53/12. One gear, all the time. Sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmai18 View Post
    Your RD probably hates you right now.
    DCT doesn't use the RD. He shifts the front between fast and faster.
     

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    July 2013, a few minutes after taking delivery.



    Earlier today. Testing out some 650B wheels.



    I'd have to say this is the most versatile frame I've ever owned. I never imagined, when I bought it, that I'd send it back for a few tweaks and turn it into a completely different machine. Today's ride, made possible by Justin, allowed me to see that it won't look like a freak show with the 650 wheels. So back to Seven it will go for hydro routing and a couple of other mods and it will morph into a rando-commuter occasional kid-puller with dynamo hub and espresso machine, allowing me to retire an older, much heavier frame.

    BTW if you're wondering what 650b feels like compared to 700c, it the same experience as going from 23 to 32c tires...only bigger! The bike doesn't handle significantly differently.

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    In its latest guise:



    Wish it would take a 28 mm tire in the back, then it would be the perfect bike..
     

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    Evergreen 14 months later ... Some minor modifications. Positioning unchanged. Love this bike!

    Untitled by Gordon Warn, on Flickr
     

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    This is my friend Jim's. Coupled ti set up with DA DI 10 speed. I'll try and get some pics of it built up when we go out this weekend. He's had it for about a year now and still likes to tell me how sweet it is. He used to ride a Madone until I took him to NAHBS. He is a believer now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon View Post
    Evergreen 14 months later ... Some minor modifications. Positioning unchanged. Love this bike!

    Untitled by Gordon Warn, on Flickr
    Do you have any shots of your bar/garmin/junction box setup? Looks pretty clean from this angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fa63 View Post
    In its latest guise:



    Wish it would take a 28 mm tire in the back, then it would be the perfect bike..

    the big ring big cog thing must be a Seven thing......
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    If I remember correctly, I took that picture after trying to adjust the front derailleur to get rid of chain rub in the big-big combo. I am all about using all the gears available to me :D
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon White View Post
    Do you have any shots of your bar/garmin/junction box setup? Looks pretty clean from this angle.
    Thanks! I'll take some pics and post them up. I switched to a barfly garmin mount and that helped clean the wires/cables up.
     

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    Polished (by me) & recently repainted Aerios ( 2006 year model?). Great riding bike that fits 28c on standard rims & shines on the rough & gravelly stuff. Blue version was painted with plasti-dip. Magenta is wet paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCT View Post
    This is the faster version of the Evergreen that Justin has.

    Are those Compass 32's?
    Thanks
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