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Quickkarl

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Sweet looking ride - Why R+? 
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Sweet looking ride - Why R+? 


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Frame #2 kaboom.
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My first foray into carbon fiber hasn't been great. I should've bailed vs try to ride it out on the top tube.
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Isn't a strange place for a failure? Did you crash?
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Frame #2 kaboom.
 
My first foray into carbon fiber hasn't been great.


Well it's a sexy looking beast anyway [biggrin]
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Loving my new Vassago Fisticuff

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First time post! I ride a Trek X-Caliber here in Iowa. I also own a Trek Crossrip but the large, loose gravel in my part of the state is handled better with the X-Caliber in my opinion.


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bike pic.jpg 2017 Specialized Sequoia. Handbuilt wheels, Rogue Panda top tube pack and Lizard skins bar tape are the only upgrades but I love all of them.
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I'll miss the green frame, but this looks pretty good with the matching Mavic wheelset.




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There's my dream bike! [crazy]
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This is it Salsa LaCruz.  Just put the fork on last night.  What a difference it makes on the rough stuff.  Miles of it along this power right of way.

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This is Carbonda Gravel Bike . A Chinese carbon gravel bike builder. The luggage rack and fender are available for it.

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Lynskey GR250
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Nice ride LJ! I'm really liking how my Lynskey rides.
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Hi, I'm new here my gravel ride is a Surly Cross Check currently running on 47c Smart Sams [35193823633_1a0f0197de_b] 



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Changed back to a new Cotic Escapade ....

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This is the ugliest way to terminate a junction I've ever seen. Wait, I have seen this before, the welder just didn't have any imagination.

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Lauf just installed

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Here's mine. 1992 Bridgestone RB-T. 

 
 

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Below is my customers gravel road bike , carbon frame with max tire 700c*40mm or 650B*47mm , the mudguards and fenders can be installed too.

One complete bike cost just is USD1899. 

Material : Toray T700 carbon frame, 
weight : 8.5kg
Groupset : Shimano 6800 
wheelset : choosen hub + Sapim XC ray spokes


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Done gone tubeless!

Raleigh Willard 2 with 700x42c WTB Resolute tires on WTB KOM i25 rims, sealed up with Stan's tape and sealant.

I've only put a few miles on it to help seat & seal the tires, but tonight I will have it out on mostly hard surface for a couple of hours. Hopefully I will find some time to get it on the gravel soon!

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This bike has pretty much cured my search for the perfect gravel bike. its big and heavy and I love it
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