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Airborne Manhattan Project

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Manhattan Project, 53cm semi-compact, 2002/3, Carbon Seat stays

Easton Bar and Stem

Reynolds, Ouzo Pro Carbon Fork, held in place with Chris King

Campagnolo Proton

Campagnolo Proton

Campagnolo Centaur Carbon Compact Double

Selle Italia sitting on an Airborne Flyte Setback Ti Seatpost

Sppedplay Zero, Wipperman or SRAM chain

Campy Chorus

Campy Centaur

34-50 Compact Crank, 12-23 Cassette

Umm, it's a road bike!

Ti is so nice. When I first began testing road bikes, I immediately discovered a couple of things: there is a noticeable difference between carbon and Ti; and there is a noticeable difference in upper and lower end components. Carbon buzzed, Ti hummed. Taigra was like being on a Coney Island roller coaster; Ultegra was crisp. I bought the frame/fork/headset on ebay-- basically brand new from a shop that built it but never sold it. I rounded out the bike with a complete Campy kit from GVHBikes in Oregon. He had a great deal on a last year Chorus/Centaur kit so I went with Campy vice Shimano and I have never looked back.

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