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    Wow, had to go to page 3 to find this thread! Here's my beautiful wife's beautiful new Seven, right out of the box before her first ride this afternoon:


    Untitled by klingantoni, on Flickr

    Ti frame, no paint, the logos are blasted/polished:


    Untitled by klingantoni, on Flickr

    Full Flickr set here.
     

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    So, did I see this bike at Signature? If so, I think it makes you related, by marriage, to Justin or Soren?
     

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    He's one of the k bros (there are three of e'm, gkk, geoffk, and sorenk).

    That bike is sweet! Not sure how I missed it at the shop.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by endo shi View Post
    My new bike. Pics by a better photographer than I. Seven frame, Geekhouse fork, and handbuilt wheels all by Sketchy. Yes, those are Silver Record hubs.



    endo, hey I am really digging that bike too. Is that a Ti stem too? What's the blade diameter of that fork? Got any more pics?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philster View Post
    So, did I see this bike at Signature? If so, I think it makes you related, by marriage, to Justin or Soren?
    Yes and Yes! Happycamper is correct.

    After two rides this weekend, the verdict is "awesome."
     

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    My Axiom SL

    Excellent bike. The only lingering question that remains is whether I should have selected a (9) over an (8) for drivetrain stiffness for racing.
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    Here's my new Seven. Another great creation by the folks at Signature in Greenwich. Wish I could take better pictures. The paint has a depth that's fantastic. I'm dreading the first scratch.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philster View Post
    IMG00099-20120229-1823.jpg

    Here's my new Seven. Another great creation by the folks at Signature in Greenwich. Wish I could take better pictures. The paint has a depth that's fantastic. I'm dreading the first scratch.
    great rig.
    First scratch- dont think twice about it. Gets enough scratches and you can get a new paint job down the road- I just sent an IF to spectrum.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philster View Post
    IMG00099-20120229-1823.jpg

    Here's my new Seven. Another great creation by the folks at Signature in Greenwich. Wish I could take better pictures. The paint has a depth that's fantastic. I'm dreading the first scratch.
    nice meeting you tonight! :)

    oh also- nice bike!
     

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    Thanks guys and nice to meet you also, Darren. Hope the flu doesnt ruin your day off. -Phil
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by the bottle ride View Post
    great rig.
    First scratch- dont think twice about it. Gets enough scratches and you can get a new paint job down the road- I just sent an IF to spectrum.
    post pics when you get it back from Spectrum pretty please?
     

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    L1060277 - Version 2.jpg Here's my Seven Axiom SG. I love this bike!
     

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    Aerios with Cirrus butted tubing. Wonderful machine. The Flying G logo was handmade by my dad (86 years, this week!) I polished the rear triangle & removed the decals to make it more interesting

    More photos here...Flickr: one60seattle's Photostream
     

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    Belonging to my girlfriend

    Tailored sizing Seven Axiom SLX with custom pink decal from Seven

    Saddle has been changed to Fizik Vitesse HP (white/pink)


    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    nice meeting you tonight! :)

    oh also- nice bike!
    Is that an axiom s? How much xtra were the couplers. I am waiting on my axiom sl and wondering if I should have gone for couplers.
     

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    That little Seven is cute and badass at the same time. I wish that I could afford something like this for my wife. She is tiny as well.

    How does your girlfriend like the feel of the 7900 hoods and levers? Do her hands fit around the hoods okay. My wife thinks that my 7900 hoods feel better than the older stuff on her bike but, of course she cannot ride my bike to know for sure how well her hands fit and feel after a few miles.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jelliot View Post
    Is that an axiom s? How much xtra were the couplers. I am waiting on my axiom sl and wondering if I should have gone for couplers.
    It's an Axiom SL.

    Couplers on a Ti bike from Seven is $1100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRuss View Post
    That little Seven is cute and badass at the same time. I wish that I could afford something like this for my wife. She is tiny as well.

    How does your girlfriend like the feel of the 7900 hoods and levers? Do her hands fit around the hoods okay. My wife thinks that my 7900 hoods feel better than the older stuff on her bike but, of course she cannot ride my bike to know for sure how well her hands fit and feel after a few miles.
    Hi TRuss

    She like the 7900 hoods, however I add shims from Specialized . Specialized Bicycle Components

    I also has changed bar tape from Deda to Fizik to compliment her saddle



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    Default Mudhoney SL

    My new Mudhoney SL. More pics are in the Signature Cycles gallery.


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    That's fantastic! Beautiful and incredibly funtional bike. Ride it on the road, switch tires and run off road or cross - perfect. It's pretty much the same bike I'm planning ot replace my current Axiom SG. I'll probably add couplers so I can travel with my bike, otherwise this is it. Just curious, what is the weight?

    Nice!
     

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