You can try contacting Cycling sports group but they will more than likely tell you to take it to your nearest ‘dale dealer who should do it for you although may charge an admin fee. No authorised ‘dale dealer should straight up refuse you, unfortunately if they are, your options are probably just keep trying local dealers until you find one that will help
Thanks for recommendation, I’ll reach out to cycling sports group and see if I have any joy that way
What size is the clamp on the Capo?
The seatpost? 31.8
Anyone got a photo of polished hollowgram cranks on a black spidering (not a 4/5 arm spider, seen those)?
Is there an alternative to the official tool for the MK3 spiderring lockring? And if not does anyone know anyone in York who might have one I can borrow for 5 mins?
Those rims are screaming ‘concave AF’.
The more I look at this the more I want to have it.
Searching for a pair of the below vittoria clinchers for my caad/saeco build.
Can be used of course
Anyone got a clue?
I’m sure we’ve had this before, but it feels very now.
do you do it just to wind me up?
Don’t @ me.
Yikes, on eBay...
quite nice... but "built over a number of months"... is this sean kelly selling ? :)
in which case the reserve price is probably around torty or torty five hundreds of pound
Could someone shed some light on what’s going on with the head tube on this caad 6?
I’ve seen some custom geo of later Cannondales but not an extended head tube like this.
Impressive conversion. More info?
Rather than a spacer stack they've made the head tube longer. Possibly for the lols - it doesn't appear so radical that a spacer stack couldn't do the same job.
Former pro bike, so I guess they just did as asked.
That paintjob is very nice, though I'd remove the rims decals and the time ones as well.
But it bothers me that the guy is selling it as a caad3 restoration when this obviously is not.
@jackincaves finally got round to doing exactly this.... nice, and thanks
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