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  • I am loving this;


    Simply because of the subtle paintjob and painted fork (always a win for me, look more 'complete').

  • Time for some lovely Hufnagel;

    Unless this is being used for cyclocross I can not understand the use of such heavy rims on a road bike. Unless they're training wheels- tough ones at that.

  • In fact it's got Sram red- the lightest group set (I think)

  • ^i do not understand what the point of those bikes is.

  • and there need to make things smaller innit.

  • In fact it's got Sram red- the lightest group set (I think)

    It was untill campy bought out the 2011 super record.

  • Storck was the German (European?) distributor when Klein was still owned by Gary Klein. After Trek took over, they wanted to do the European distribution themselves, and offered Magnus Storck a job at Trek. Storck didn't comply, took Trek to court because of all the work he had already done to establish the Klein brand in Europe, won the case, got his money and started Storck Bicycle. Trek went on to destroy Klein, while Magnus Storck pays tribute to the Klein legacy with these bikes. How he got away with it I don't know.

    Magnus, brother of Markus Storck?

  • I am loving this;


    Simply because of the subtle paintjob and painted fork (always a win for me, look more 'complete').

    paintjob is win, indeed

  • I never like it when the stripes are at higgeldy angles and don't form a continuous virtual line.

    Looks lazy.

  • Best chance of that happening is if Storck ever made a 29er, they did these a couple of years ago http://www.julmtb.com/galerie/albums/eur­obike06/DSC01656.jpg

    It's the retro all gum tyres that I want, rather than the frame. Though there are some Klein paint jobs that I adore also.

  • I never like it when the stripes are at higgeldy angles and don't form a continuous virtual line.

    Looks lazy.

    Agreed. Not quite there is it? Nice anyway though.

  • Agreed. Not quite there is it? Nice anyway though.

    +1, Cervélo have it down.

  • http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2543/3916­929550_4414cc061c_b.jpg

    i remember my year as a junior roadie (the shame) this came out and i spent many a day dreaming of this ride, now lots of bogans drive round with cars in the same tint and it kinda detracts, looks better on the Klein for sure

  • Magnus, brother of Markus Storck?

    Yeah why, you know him?

    (no I was typing without thinking :( I meant Markus)

    Edit: would be awesome to have two kids named Magnus and Markus though.

  • Or alternatively there's a bloke on the retrobike forum who does magnificent Klein resprays, I'm sure he'd be willing to give any 29er frame a Coral Reef linear fade paint job.

    He can't do coral reef as I've enquired, he doesn't have anything to match it to. He can do a whole host of others though. It's expensive but my next bike I'm splashing out - it's not a mountainbike frame though I still think the paintjob will still look lush. Internal gears, fat tyres should be wicked for bombing about on.

  • I am loving this;

    Simply because of the subtle paintjob and painted fork (always a win for me, look more 'complete').

    That bike is as subtle as a kick in the nuts

  • pink klein pr0n?
    we need to redefine pr0n

  • the pedal is almost touching the ground and it's vertical
    corners must be a nightmare
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2543/3916­929550_4414cc061c_b.jpg

  • look at the wheels, they're dug about 2 inches into the ground, so not as bad as it looks i think

  • surprised nobody mentioned deflated tires, which should add few millimeters to the bb clearance

  • I like kleins, but that one just looks odd.

  • disregarding it's reputation, this looks like a lot of fun.

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