Looks like an alibaba TCR
Might be a nice bike aesthetically especially with that colour or nice to ride, but not HH.
Also is exposed steerer ever cool?
Can't get past tiny spacers and gigantic stem
It’s not bad for Ti and AXS, but rack mounts in HHSRB?! That dropout couldn’t be much uglier, either. Love the solid chainring.
agreed, straight to FBNPNA
It looks like a Dunelm bedsheet set.
So you've also added it to your pinterest?
We've gone back to the B&Q paint chart.
great duvet sheet pantone knowledge
Looks like a weird mix of Super6 and emonda. Not nice
Opening myself up for ridicule with a quick picture from earlier in the week. It will look more HH when the smaller cassette goes on, one cage comes off and with the cranks in a better position.
Fucking hell modern bikes are dull as piss.
That garden is not HHS. Sorry.
What tyre pressure?
@leggy_blonde nice bike but miro_o raises a valid point
After zipp bottle cages and stem/sp there were no funds left for zipp wheels
I have rarely (never?) seen a bike where this stem adds to aesthetics (here, neither)
Yeah living with my parents over lockdown. They ain't Hip-Hop.
The hip hoppest Zipp stem is not the chonky monstrosity but rather, the rarely seen SL Speed
Carbon, normal shaped, dimpled face plate, old logo
i like it but it has to be slammed (both forum bikes)
Okay, to be fair thats two acceptable examples :v)
However, clamp still double the bar diameter which for me looks as they added layers over layers until they reached sufficient stability
Zipp Sprint stem needs to be long, slammed, and on a oversized frame tube bike, otherwise it does look heavy.
Also prefer the stealth or blacked out version.
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