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    Thanks, Sascha and blue boy.
    Those are topics I only address privately.

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    Cold Setting A Bicycle atmo -

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Richard, is that the same "saffron" color that the very first House colorway frames were painted?
     

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    That's Ultra-Elegant.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Ross View Post
    Richard, is that the same "saffron" color that the very first House colorway frames were painted?
    The color is big. It's the cameras that got small atmo. Damn Sony RX100 Mk2...



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    I'm not a big fan of the rear brake cable running on the top, but that's a personal preference.
    The bike oozes quality, and is topped up with a great finish.
    Andrea "Gattonero" Cattolico, head mechanic @Condor Cycles London


    "Caron, non ti crucciare:
    vuolsi così colà dove si puote
    ciò che si vuole, e più non dimandare"

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    Why did you decide on an external rear cable run when you could have had an internal cable for no extra charge? (Serious question; unintended humor.)

    Why the choice of Campy after embracing SRAM for many years? Did you consider Campy electronic?

    Are you offering frames fitted for electronic wiring?

    Nice photos, by the way. I'll bet they don't capture the intensity of that orange vs. in person, where I'm certain it really "pops".

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    Peter - I no longer offer the internal stainless routed brake casing option. No on the wiring or electronics. PS I made the leap - back.
    Andrea - I place the parts there because I don't like the look of casing section all droopy like a bad question mark, and/or interfacing with the stay on its way to the caliper.

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    RS and campy, piece has been restored in the universe
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Peter - I no longer offer the internal stainless routed brake casing option. No on the wiring or electronics. PS I made the leap - back.
    Andrea - I place the parts there because I don't like the look of casing section all droopy like a bad question mark, and/or interfacing with the stay on its way to the caliper.
    Does this mean the CX team will be on the Campagnolo awesomeness next season?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    RS and campy, piece has been restored in the universe
    Peace...

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    Truly just curious, how does your "fit" on this bike differ from your cross bikes? Do you lengthen the reach a bit (about 10mm ?), drop the bars, raise the saddle, etc? Are things like the headset top cup in similar places on both bikes after accounting for the longer fork and tire clearances? Does this jive with your Gaulzetti?

    Thank you.
    bryan davis

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Peace...
    ooops it was some piece of peace
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryand View Post
    Truly just curious, how does your "fit" on this bike differ from your cross bikes? Do you lengthen the reach a bit (about 10mm ?), drop the bars, raise the saddle, etc? Are things like the headset top cup in similar places on both bikes after accounting for the longer fork and tire clearances? Does this jive with your Gaulzetti?

    Thank you.
    I'm shrinking atmo. The saddle height is 70cm and the reach is about 50.5cm. That's about 1cm higher and longer than my cx units.

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    The SRAM Gaulzetti is in the dumpster
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    The SRAM Gaulzetti is in the dumpster
    Last August I was hit by an SUV that ran a stop sign. Totaled atmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Last August I was hit by an SUV that ran a stop sign. Totaled atmo.
    Ouch I did not know that. Well it is for the best I guess. Now running a good looking steel bike with 80th anniv campy
     

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    Oh and btw, we need a ride report on this frame with lateral stiffness and vertical compliance analysis.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    Oh and btw, we need a ride report on this frame with lateral stiffness and vertical compliance analysis.
    I'm assuming it'll ride like the others I make - they lean to the East rather than to the West atmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    I'm assuming it'll ride like the others I make - they lean to the East rather than to the West atmo.
    As long as you can ride them no hands to take pictures for the ride report threads we are good
     

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