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    This is may new element tsc 04

    Show your element pictures please....
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    keep the shiny side up!
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    nice bike. my biddy has one and i was amazed how light that bike is out of the box. is it around 24lbs with that marz fork?

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    In her first birthday...

    Here is mine, a hair under 10kg, and one of the sweetest bikes I've ever ridden, it's amazing how fast it goes on the singletrack!

    Miki

    Ps: Nakato, you did already know it...
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    V-brakes on those frames?

    I thought Rocky was selling them as disc-only now. Is the V-brake option a special order? Any details appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calgarydave
    I thought Rocky was selling them as disc-only now. Is the V-brake option a special order? Any details appreciated.
    I work for the spanish distributor of Rocky, and as far as I know, there are disc-specific and V+disc versions, always talking about framesets. I suppose the complete bike comes as disc-only.

    Have fun!

    Miki

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    Quote Originally Posted by calgarydave
    I thought Rocky was selling them as disc-only now. Is the V-brake option a special order? Any details appreciated.
    I have a 2002 that I bought as a frameset that was disk only. I bent the rear triangle in a crash, and the new rear triangle I got from RM is set up for disk and V-brakes. I'd prefer disk only, but since they didn't charge me for it, I'm certainly not going to complain.
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    More pics

    I've owned 1997 Oatmeal TO, 98 Oatmeal TOO, 2000 Oatmeal Team Scandium and now a 2004 Oatmeal Team Scandium.
    "Oatmeal" since I received my first one on Robbie Burns day, and the first ride the bike felt like it would mush, or compress into a berm, then spring/accelerate out. The first decals could be peeled off and rearranged, but I was short an "a" so I painted an anarchy "A"
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    Hi Rod nice bike.

    So you really think I need to move my seat forward?

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    yes, especially to help you get up cardiac

    yes, especially to help you get up cardiac
    but better check with a plumb bob too

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