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    ... and if we just ... Dekerf Team SST 29"

    Light bike? Sure. That's my 11,5kg (+/-25 lbs.) new steel bicycle. Exquisite canadian handmade 853 steel frame, X.0 rear derailleur and shifters, DT swiss wheelset (240s hubs + X470 rims + competition spokes), Thomson steam and seatpost, Fox F29 RL 80, Hope Tech X2 brakeset, Ritchey SuperLogic carbon bar, RaceFace Deus XC cranks, CrankBrothers Candy 4Ti pedals...

    Hope you like it...






















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    Last edited by turko1979; 03-10-2010 at 06:52 AM.
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    Awesome looking bike!!!

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    Great bike.

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    Thank you!

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    Nice bike. Your backgrounds are even more interesting.

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    Fender mounts? Ritchey dropouts? Man, that's a nice looking frame; great attention to detail down to the cable guides.
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    Thats quite a nice build. Always have liked the DeKerf bikes!

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    DeKerf owners unite

    Glad to see there are some other DeKerf owners out there. Have been riding my 29r for about a year and love it. Fantastic bikes, you'll love it.

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    Gorgeous. No other way to say it.

    Care to post your frame geo? Looks perfect for me but would like clarity.
    Thanks.
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    Very cool bike and very nice job on the build! Are those new 2010 model Hopes or something? Mine have the union jack etched on the reservoirs (I think they are 2009's).

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    Nice bike, and i love this photo, it seems you've taken it out of a brochure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie
    Nice bike. Your backgrounds are even more interesting.
    Thanks.
    I know (Spain is different).

    Quote Originally Posted by el-cid
    Fender mounts? Ritchey dropouts? Man, that's a nice looking frame; great attention to detail down to the cable guides.
    The frame has a lot of details: reinforcement under the diagonal tube, machined headtube, monostay, seat-tube with variable thickness, no reinforcemet tube between the chainstay and the seatstay in the brake side, awesome paintwork...

    Quote Originally Posted by Krankensteine
    Glad to see there are some other DeKerf owners out there. Have been riding my 29r for about a year and love it. Fantastic bikes, you'll love it.
    I'm glad to hear about you too. Dekerf owners we do exist.

    Quote Originally Posted by dougbot
    Very cool bike and very nice job on the build! Are those new 2010 model Hopes or something? Mine have the union jack etched on the reservoirs (I think they are 2009's).
    Thank you, and... yes, the 2010's ones, but that's the only thing they have changed between those two models.

    Quote Originally Posted by turkish_sp


    Nice bike, and i love this photo, it seems you've taken it out of a brochure.
    Thank you for being so polite. See you, my spanish friend!
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    That's a purdy bike!

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    Nice. I've ridden my Dekerf since 2001. It has been flawless. I'm retiring him for the time being though.

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    I like the metal flake in that oj color

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    what a beauty, congrats!

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    Well, thank you very much for all your comments. I'll take some new photos in the snow.
    Last edited by turko1979; 03-09-2010 at 09:24 PM.
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