Recently bought a Capo which will be replacing the CAAD4 once I've finished building it, wanted to get a pic of the CAADs together before i get rid.
How much would you be asking for the SRAM bits? Particularly the red cranks.
Planet X fairly regularly have SRAM chainsets dirt cheap, I got a Force one for £82 last year.
Just getting rid of the CAAD4, no sram on that I’m afraid.
That was at @acliff. Got a force 22 groupset but it ain't the prettiest. I have a caad 7 optimo on its way and that thing 'needs' red 10.
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Someone buy my damn bb30 exogram cranks pls
seen this on reddit, like it a lot
Any interest in this? Was on my 2013 SuperSix. Otherwise off to eBay it goes...
Does anybody know of a 130mm quill or 1" ahead steam that was available in black?
Why set the shifters up that way?
cinelli 1a or any 1 1/8 stem with an adapter
that is pretty cool. in an oddball sorta way.
made better by the old jetta w/ missouri plates
doesn't look that odd to me - what's issue?
The Downtube shifter with modern groupset maybe?
I think it’s supposed to be retro / rat cool
Levers look like single speed so they have no internal shifting mechanism.
ah, thought he meant the angle or something.
I keep walking past this and resisting the urge to buy it. I don't know how much longer I can last though.
Crap photo but it's a kids sized Saeco, complete with time stickered steel forks.
I can't find any evidence of one online so it may be a sticker job, but if it's an original/promo thing then it's cool as.
Why I sold mine! :(
early si sl hollogram cranks on that shop window / barn find ?
From when they were experimenting with pressed steel as a material.
how fucked am I?
I'd just ignore it
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