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Planet X - ec90 - Speedneedle         Featured Bike! on 04/8/2011

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Planet X Stealth Track

Easton EC90 / ITM Volo

Planet X / Cane Creek

Reynolds Carbon Clincher

Reynolds Carbon Clincher

Sram Omnium w. Miche chainring

Speedneedle 119g / Planet X

Dura Ace / KMC Z


Total 6.8kg

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How much chainring clearance

How much chainring clearance do you have with the omniums on this frame? I was hoping to build the same frame with omniums and a 53t chainring, do you think it would rub the chainstay? Thanks!! This is the first build i've seen with omniums so I'd greatly appreciate any input!


Is it possible to get one of those here?

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I am thinking of going for a stiffer setup. corima 4-spoke front and still don't know about the rear...


Is reducing weight your priority? If so, then why a Spinergy and platforms? It seems inconsistent.

The pedals are actually very

The pedals are actually very light... but I only use them for everyday riding. when I race/but it on the scale I have clicks on it. I do not think that weight is the most important thing, I would just like a better and lighter rear wheel.. fyi: the spinergy is around 750g (clincher).


I just wasn't sure what is your priority with that build. I thought that if you're trying to reach the UCI limit then it's all about weight.

What are your plans for the rear wheel?

Save some weight with some

Save some weight with some tubulars ;]

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