The Allez sale continues

Wasn’t much of interest in buying my bike complete as I hoped for but knew. So now it’s for sale in parts. Help me fund money for next project.

Allez frame size 52:

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S-Works crankset, different looking arms. 172,5mm arms with 38/52 Tune chainrings:

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Shimano RS80 C24 wheels, almost new:

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Specialized S-Works seatpost, 27,2x350mm:

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Tune Geiles Teil 4.0 85mm stem:

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Specialized 40cm wide handlebar:

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Write a comment if you’re interested. And please share this for everyone who can be interested. For sale page will be updated tomorrow.

Le Peloton #50 and Velothon pictures

50 rides with Le Peloton is more than once a week calculating the 46 weeks I’ve been living in Stockholm. There have been good ones and not so good ones. Today wasn’t so good as my legs and body felt pretty slow and tired but met up with the fast people:

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Got dropped together with 5 others in the climb up to Fisksätra and I turned around riding group 2, the rest continued. Emile was a bit late and turned around just after me. Emile had a good pace today and dragged me around for the rest as he rode a bit faster than I was able to do. Kept away from the 1st group but they caught us at the redlight in Enskededalen. And we all headed for Le Mond for breakfast:

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Had been raining earlier in the morning/night so was a wet morning. Was a bit cold riding from Le Mond to work and the bike with my new training wheels (Shimano RS80 with S-Works Turbo 26mm clinchers) got dirty:

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Map and stats: Strava

Ending with some pictures from the better sunday ride a.k.a. Velothon. Here in the end of Kessiakoff’s climb:

And a couple of pictures from Happymtb.org by Hans Schönning:

Now time to recharge. Tomorrow early morning is the first Cyclocross World Cup. Sent live from Cross Vegas at 5.15 and 6.15 for women and men’s elite race 😀 Go Sanne van Paassen!!!