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    My Lynskey M230

    I'm not quite finished building her up yet, but I thought I'd go ahead a snap a pic or two. I hope to get her finished by next weekend; I'll post more pics when I do.

    (BTW, the wheelset is not mine; they're demo wheels I get to use for the next 6 months.)

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    Looking real good!

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    I just finished building her up last night. Snapped a few pics, and thought I'd share them.

    This isn't a super-light build, I simply didn't have the budget to go very exotic on the components. The frame is a 19" and weighed 1463g w/ the bottle cage bolts. According to my spreadsheet the bike as shown should weigh around 21 lbs.

    As of yet, I haven't even taken this off-road. The weather is being uncooperative I'll report back after its maiden voyage.

    Thanks for looking!












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    Beautiful bike and nice build, I hope next time I see her it will be dirtty

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    Very nice.

    I think in most circles, the build would be considered exotic.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    Very nice.

    I think in most circles, the build would be considered exotic.
    No doubt, nice ride Bryan!

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