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    Frame/Fork: Tomii Cycles
    Wheels: Chris King hubs, Sapim CX-Ray spokes, H Plus Son rims. Built by Luxe Wheelworks.
    Skewers: Hufnagel
    Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport 700x35
    Pedals: Shimano XTR
    Crank: Syncros Revolution, 175mm, 130BCD, 53/39 Dura Ace chainrings
    Chain: SRAM
    Rear Cogs: Shimano CS-7900 Dura Ace 11-23 10-speed
    Bottom Bracket: SKF
    Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace FD-7800
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace RD-7800
    Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace ST-7900
    Levers: Cane Creek SCR-5C
    Handlebars: ENVE
    Stem: Tomii Cycles
    Headset: Chris King
    Brake set: Avid BB7 SL
    Saddle: Brooks Swallow Titanium
    Seat Post: EDGE 27.2
    Size: 55.5cm
    Serial #: 12
    Place of Origin: Woburn, Massachusetts
     

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    Holy crap that thing is awesome.
     

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    Wow....!
     

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    Yep. The whole looks even better than the sum of it's parts. Well done to you and Nao. Amazing.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Strongin View Post
    Just use your feet Fred Flintstone style and ride the damn thing! In all seriousness, even with just closeup photos, it looks amazing. I love the color.

    some mad skills at work there.... interesting rear brake cable routing at the seat stays..... help with slippage? or just an aesthetic nuance?

    lovely bike , ride report?a
     

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    Bwoy!!! that is a really nice looking machine.
     

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    Looks great. Now can we see a finish shot with the beer carrying rack (the most important part!)?
     

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    Very nice-especially the crank-my all time favorite. I'm gonna have to bring mine out of mothballs, couldn't bring myself to sell it.
     

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    If you have trouble dialing in the brakes, I had great success with the in-line barrel adjusters for my bb7s. They just made the lever pull much more solid instead of a bit vague at the start.
     

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    Nao Tomii came over to my house yesterday to snap some photos of #12 for his Flickr page:

















    The bike is an absolute dream to ride....
     

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    that is a very striking machine. ride it in good health.
     

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    WOW!!! Just WOW. Gorgeous bike. Nicely done.
     

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    That's a flat-out amazing bike. Lots of great little details. I'm curious as to the brake adapter bolts that you used, and the H Plus Son rim model.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimbaud View Post
    That's a flat-out amazing bike. Lots of great little details. I'm curious as to the brake adapter bolts that you used, and the H Plus Son rim model.
    Thanks again everyone!

    The bolts are standard for the BB7 SLs (titanium). Just took them out of the box and bolted them on!

    I always feel like a rock star when folks post my bikes up on their blogs/websites. This morning, #12 is on Prolly is not Probably. Kudos to John for highlighting so many independent frame builders!
     

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    How do the tires still have the little nubbies after 2 months?? Ride that thing!

    (killer looking bike!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    How do the tires still have the little nubbies after 2 months??
    Elbow surgery 3 months ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    (killer looking bike!!)

    Thanks!
     

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    beautiful. What a fun looking build - must be ace to ride!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterDangerPants View Post
    Elbow surgery 3 months ago.
    OH, that sucks. Heal up!
    Dustin Gaddis
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    I keep looking at this bike. It's going to serve as inspiration for a bike my friend is going to build up for me. Congrats on that whip.
     

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    Wow, awesome! I love the script logo on the stem.
     

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