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    My Soma Wolverine 2.0 running 29x1.95 Kenda Karma and Sram Rival groupset(will be saving up to swap the derailleur for a large cage Sram GX). Still getting use to the weight, but so much fun downhill.

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    Is that rove or sutra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    Is that rove or sutra?
    Its a rove


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    Gotta love new bike day. Just picked up this 2019 Trek Checkpoint AL4. First venture into anything but mountain biking. Can't wait to ride on Saturday!
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    After a 3000 foot continuous climb and partway through a 64 miler...

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    Finally back on the graveller!
    2 months to get a fork. It's not the one I'm after (STILL coming from China), but it'll do in the meantime.
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    Thank you chazpat! Fixed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    Where is this?
    West of Colorado Springs. That is Pikes Peak in the background.

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    Finally got a replacement fork (not the one I wanted), filed out the inside of the caliper a bit and it's all good.

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    A nice mixed ride.

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    ^^Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
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    Nice Chazpat! Is that an old school Poprad? I have a Tete de Course roadie and love it. I wanted the Poprad at one point. I love Lemonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash_FLMB View Post
    Nice Chazpat! Is that an old school Poprad? I have a Tete de Course roadie and love it. I wanted the Poprad at one point. I love Lemonds.

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    Yes, it is. It was upgraded to brifters before I got it and I changed the brakes to mini-vees. I really like how it rides.
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    Cool this thread is turning into post your gravel bike rides!

    Love it!
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    58cm Boone, with Hunt 4season gravel wheels, carbon bars, SRAM Red shifters,x9 derailleur and a 11x34 cassette, 34/46 upfront. 18.9 lbs with 40mm TL Ramblers (no room to spare in back).

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    Is this gravel???


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    Gravel can become mud, I think. Is that one of the Sutra models? What tire & size you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    Gravel can become mud, I think. Is that one of the Sutra models? What tire & size you running?
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    What do you Lauf fork folks think of your forks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wgscott View Post
    What do you Lauf fork folks think of your forks?
    Mine has been just what I expected. Takes the edge off big hits, smooths out the overall ride and as long as it is not continuous big washboard (which most forks donít handle) it has been a great improvement. I am a little nerdy when it comes to forks. Iíve owned 4 Lefties, and this Lauf Trail Racer, among countless telescopic forks so I am up to try anything. I think the Trust Message fork looks rad too. The Lauf is lightweight, it does what it was designed for and marketed as, and it is a great gravel fork.


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    I tried their gravel bike with the fork a year and a half ago, and it really beat the crap out of me. I wasn't able to tell whether it was their fork or their carbon frame. (I ride a flexxy steel frame and an Enve fork.) I wish I could try their fork on my bike. (I know that they have a return policy, but I would rather not go through that.)
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    I've clicked off over 2,700 miles on this Soma Wolverine (commutes, dirt and gravel). Steel IS real! lol

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    Nice Wolverine, love the purple. Is that a V3? What tire/rim combo are you running? I'm looking to save up for lighter combo when the time comes for new tires.

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    Mine is the fargo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    Nice Wolverine, love the purple. Is that a V3? What tire/rim combo are you running? I'm looking to save up for lighter combo when the time comes for new tires.
    Thanks... not sure if it is v2 or v3 frame (bought it used last Spring). Super comfy for 35+ mile round trip work commutes and up to say 90 mile gravel rides that I've gone on.

    I am running WTB i23 rims setup tubeless with Schwalbe Thunder Burt's- 2.2 non-snakeskin front, 1.8 snakeskin rear. I give my skinny tire roadie friends a run for the money on their stoopid light skinny-tire road bikes on some of my work commutes and hit some trails too (after letting some air out so I don't bounce off into oblivion ).
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    sweet pic!!! where are you that looks so "wintery"?
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    That was early in the year.

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    Got my first gravel bike today and took it out for a short ride.

    2019 Liv Thrive in the front.
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    Is that a Niner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    Is that a Niner?
    Yup.

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    can i ask where that pic was taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrm View Post
    can i ask where that pic was taken?
    Bolinas Ridge.

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    I know you guys won't agree, but this machine is build for grocery shopping and touring on gravel roads
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRL_hr7NEgI
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    Yeah, you are right, I don't agree.^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Yeah, you are right, I don't agree.^^^
    I mean it isn't a bicycle...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93EXCivic View Post
    I mean it isn't a bicycle...
    Yeah, it seems like a spamish post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardmtnbiker View Post
    Hereís my T6, custom built with lots of bling. Iíve been riding a mix of bike path to the beach and dirt road short cuts.
    Unfortunately the frame is too big and even a 51cm would still be to big. So Iím parting out and selling what I donít use on my new gravel frame.
    https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sg...999822688.html

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    More of my Soma Wolverine V2 not shown my new to me Brooks C15 Saddle.

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    Gorgeous Sunday ride overlooking Pacfic Ocean above Malibu Backbone Trail.

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    Which part of the backbone trail?

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    That particular part is off Yerba Buena road overlooking Mulholland.

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    Recently made the switch from a Rove to this full rigid Chisel 29er.

    REALLY enjoying this for big mixed-surface rides, especially because the routes from my house in San Diego almost always include singletrack mixed with gravel-ish double track and pavement.




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    My wifeís new gravel bike, guarded by vicious herding dog:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
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    Nice bike, who is the manufacturer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankM1 View Post
    Nice bike, who is the manufacturer?
    Cervelo.

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    Hereís a quick overview of my custom Seven Evergreen SL. Iíve already put about 200miles on it. It a dream to ride long distances!
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    My Ibis DV9 in gravel/road setup and my Niner Air 9 Alum... the Niner will get a rigid fork soon.
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    Post Your Gravel Bike Pictures-2e1f3607-37c4-453b-87fb-b02957e6ba6d.jpgTopstone. Picked up yesterday, ridden today. Maybe again tomorrow. I suspect Iím going to be riding this bike a lot.

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    Iím considering going to wider rims, Iíve got Stanís Crest now. I was thinking i30 rims and running 50c tires on that. You bike looks awesome!
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    Both my DV9 and Air9 are on 50c tires 700x25mm rim

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    I had 50mm tires on both 21 & 25mm internal width rims.

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    I love my Hope brakes. My new gravel bike has the direct mount. I also have the post mount that I plan to use on a another gravel rig that Iím building.
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    playing in the snow


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    YES!!! why did I never think about that? Gravel in the snow...that will be happening this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by str8edgMTBMXer View Post
    YES!!! why did I never think about that? Gravel in the snow...that will be happening this year
    Toss on some studs and have at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippertheripper View Post
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    Schwalbe marathon winter studs went on the other wheels today. Itís snowing right meow.
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    I was able to get a few rides in over the long Turkey weekend.

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    My Pivot Vault with a Lauf Grit SL fork

    I painted the fork to match. I've since installed Shimano GRX inline levers also. Upgraded the wheels to I9 Ultralite 235CX's. This bike has seen everything from 'cross races to long gravel rides to flowy trails to gnarly rock infested singletrack.

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    Mine has been just what I expected. Takes the edge off big hits, smooths out the overall ride and as long as it is not continuous big washboard (which most forks donít handle) it has been a great improvement. I am a little nerdy when it comes to forks. Iíve owned 4 Lefties, and this Lauf Trail Racer, among countless telescopic forks so I am up to try anything. I think the Trust Message fork looks rad too. The Lauf is lightweight, it does what it was designed for and marketed as, and it is a great gravel fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funoutside View Post
    How would you say the Lauf fork compares to the Lefties or if you've tried it the 100mm suspension option for the Cutthroat/Fargo? Is your's the lighter SL model?
    The Lauf is a short travel undamped fork so compared to most forks it is a little bouncy. I run the Trailracer on my Cutthroat. It has the proper axle to crown length for the Cutthroat and 60mm of travel. The Lauf Grit and Grit SL are only 30 mm of travel and are shorter axle to crown so they change the head angle and make it steeper as well as lower the bottom bracket


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    Thank you. Is the Trailracer the same fork as the TR Boost?

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    Thank you. Is the Trailracer the same fork as the TR Boost?
    Trail Racer is the 100mm x15 mm axle spacing, Trail Racer boost is for 110mm x 15mm boost spacing


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    ....it's a fast bike! Since these new-build pics were taken, I've changed the tyres to Panaracer GravelKing SK+ 43C but everything else was right first time, if your eyes can deal with the bar tape

    That's a GRX rear mech with a OneUp 47T expander sprocket, 40T AbsoluteBlack CX 1X chainring. Shifting is great. Gaps in the cassette are a bit big for flat rides, fine for hilly

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    Hey Folks,

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    ....it's a fast bike! Since these new-build pics were taken, I've changed the tyres to Panaracer GravelKing SK+ 43C but everything else was right first time, if your eyes can deal with the bar tape

    That's a GRX rear mech with a OneUp 47T expander sprocket, 40T AbsoluteBlack CX 1X chainring. Shifting is great. Gaps in the cassette are a bit big for flat rides, fine for hilly
    Beautiful...how does the gearing feel with the 40-47 combo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTee View Post
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    ....it's a fast bike! Since these new-build pics were taken, I've changed the tyres to Panaracer GravelKing SK+ 43C but everything else was right first time, if your eyes can deal with the bar tape

    That's a GRX rear mech with a OneUp 47T expander sprocket, 40T AbsoluteBlack CX 1X chainring. Shifting is great. Gaps in the cassette are a bit big for flat rides, fine for hilly
    Sweet looking ride!

    Lusting after the eeWings cranks. Do they, err, make your bike faster? I need some kind of justification ;-)
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    I have installed a PNW Pine CX post since then


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    Long story short: Health sucks, sold the mountain bike, road bike is for sale, and I picked up this nice Cannondale Synapse Neo 2 on clearance. Iím having too much difficulty pedaling regular bikes so instead of quitting and sitting on the couch for the rest of my life, I decided to get an e-bike so I can at least stay active.

    I know most people are e-bike haters but Iím just happy I have an option to stay active.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post

    I know most people are e-bike haters but Iím just happy I have an option to stay active.
    My dad, a life-long cyclist, is shopping for an ebike too. He's had heart troubles a long time, and his friends (and i) have ignored it because we like him, and enjoy riding with him regardless. He's in his mid 70s, so it's reasonable.

    I'm sorry to hear you've hit your declining years, but glad that now there's technology to allow you to keep participating in the sport, sorta. It beats the pants off of staying home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottzg View Post
    My dad, a life-long cyclist, is shopping for an ebike too. He's had heart troubles a long time, and his friends (and i) have ignored it because we like him, and enjoy riding with him regardless. He's in his mid 70s, so it's reasonable.

    I'm sorry to hear you've hit your declining years, but glad that now there's technology to allow you to keep participating in the sport, sorta. It beats the pants off of staying home.
    I'm actually in my 40s and experiencing a decline in mobility and health. It's from serving in the military. I don't have anything super serious but my joints are always aching and my muscles are constantly tensed up even after getting a massage from a therapist. I wouldn't be surprised if I have fibromyalgia. My focus is mostly on road cycling but I may throw in some gravel cycling to change it up every now and then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    I'm actually in my 40s and experiencing a decline in mobility and health. It's from serving in the military. I don't have anything super serious but my joints are always aching and my muscles are constantly tensed up even after getting a massage from a therapist. I wouldn't be surprised if I have fibromyalgia. My focus is mostly on road cycling but I may throw in some gravel cycling to change it up every now and then.
    I'm nominally younger than you, and i dread the day where i need motors to compensate for my physical decline in order to enjoy activities i love. I don't mind my dad appreciating ebikes, but I find your move to ebikes at our age horrifying. **** me.

    edit- as i recall, you're tall and a fair bit north of 200lbs, like i am. It doesn't bother me today, but in the long run that's the first thing i'll correct once i can't ride at my best. I'm plenty strong enough to carry the weight today, but i'm only getting older.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Battery View Post
    I'm actually in my 40s and experiencing a decline in mobility and health. It's from serving in the military. I don't have anything super serious but my joints are always aching and my muscles are constantly tensed up even after getting a massage from a therapist. I wouldn't be surprised if I have fibromyalgia. My focus is mostly on road cycling but I may throw in some gravel cycling to change it up every now and then.
    First, THANK YOU for your service to this great country.

    Second, take a look at Relief Factor joint supplement. My joints hurt for years until I tried that. I've been on it for about 4 years and my joints never ache anymore. It's freaking amazing stuff. I run and ride and if I skip RF and the foam roller, I can tell. As long as I take that and foam roller 4-ish X's a week, all is well. I'll be 48 next month and feel pretty darn good most days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottzg View Post
    I'm nominally younger than you, and i dread the day where i need motors to compensate for my physical decline in order to enjoy activities i love. I don't mind my dad appreciating ebikes, but I find your move to ebikes at our age horrifying. **** me.

    edit- as i recall, you're tall and a fair bit north of 200lbs, like i am. It doesn't bother me today, but in the long run that's the first thing i'll correct once i can't ride at my best. I'm plenty strong enough to carry the weight today, but i'm only getting older.
    I wouldn't stress it! Everyone's path that they traveled will be very different. Mine was a very hard road both mentally and physically. In all honesty, I'm glad to see that there's an option for me to continue pedaling with just a little bit of assistance. From what I can tell, I just need ECO mode for much of my rides. And yep, I'm fairly north of 200 pounds. My weight loss goals were put on hold when I started having more problems with my health. I'm confident that I will get back on track now that I have a bike that can provide some assistance.


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    First, THANK YOU for your service to this great country.

    Second, take a look at Relief Factor joint supplement. My joints hurt for years until I tried that. I've been on it for about 4 years and my joints never ache anymore. It's freaking amazing stuff. I run and ride and if I skip RF and the foam roller, I can tell. As long as I take that and foam roller 4-ish X's a week, all is well. I'll be 48 next month and feel pretty darn good most days.

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    I will check that stuff out. I went to their website and it does look interesting. I might give that stuff a shot. I do smoke 100 percent CBD which helps a ton with my muscles. CBD allows me to ignore the fact that I'm hurting all day. It also helps me when I'm on my ride and my muscles start to hurt. I can ignore the muscle pain and push through it when needed. I can't say that it's a good thing that I push through a lot of pain when I really don't need to do it any more. CBD doesn't seem to help with my joints but I will take the relief where I can get it.

    I also use a foam roller that the VA gave me many years ago. It does help me out for my back problems but I need to use it daily.
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    I went out on an intercity adventure that involved lots of climbing, a couple of city parks, and some gravel.




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    first ride other than my short commutes to work this year. I put the studded tires back on after this ride


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    been riding a new Donnelly CC this year with Force AXS and some Enve components and love it.

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    been riding a new Donnelly CC this year with Force AXS and some Enve components and love it.

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    And for those wondering, an 11-46 works perfectly on the GRX 1x11, I am running an XT 11-46.

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    Just bout myself an Aspero GRX 1. I'm pretty happy with it. I am not sure if I'll keep the dropper post or go with a post with more compliance. The Prologo seat it cam with did not suit me at all.

    The free speed you get on smooth ground is pretty cool compared to a MTB.

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    Which version of the Lauf is that & how are you liking it on your Cutthroat?

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    That is the Trailracer 29, the original non-boost version. I like it very well for gravel and light singletrack. The 60mm of travel smooths out washboard and small bumps on the trails. Itís not a great fork for big hits as thereís no damping to slow down the rebound. But it takes the edge off and allows for longer rides with less fatigue. Plus itís lightweight and thereís no maintenance required.
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    Thank you, really thinking about saving for it to lower my bikes weight & a little suspension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Cuz View Post
    Just bout myself an Aspero GRX 1. I'm pretty happy with it. I am not sure if I'll keep the dropper post or go with a post with more compliance. The Prologo seat it cam with did not suit me at all.

    The free speed you get on smooth ground is pretty cool compared to a MTB.

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    I have not seen one in person but it looks like Cervelo did a great job with that bike. If I find one in a local shop I definitely want to take it for a spin. Enjoy.
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