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 As many of you know, Fort Collins local, Logan VonBokel is a tech reporter for Velo News.  That means he gets to test a lot of nice bikes and equipment.  When he settles on something for personal bike, it's worth noting. This season Logan has been doing a fair amount of single speed cx races and has been pretty successful at it.  Here we have his 15.6lb Raleigh Hodala SSCX. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frame: 54cm Raleigh Hodala SSCX

Fork: Enve Cross
Bars: 44cm Thomson Katie Compton Cross
Stem: Enve 120mm
Saddle:  San Marco Zoncolan
Seat post: Oval 
Rims:  Bontrager Aeolus 5 
Hubs: Bontrager — DT Swiss Internals
Tires: FMB Pro Super SSC
Brake Levers: TRP RRL
Brakes: TRP RevoX Carbon - Reynolds Cryo-Blue Brake Pads
Front Derailleur: NA
Rear Derailleur: NA
Cassette: Niner Cogalicious 18t
Cranks: Power2max Type S Rotor 3D
Chainring: SRAM CX1 42t
Pedals: Shimano XTR

 

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      Gould cx bike 2014Local Luna Chix pro, Georgia Gould is riding a new cyclocross rig this season and the Orbea branded carbon steed isn't as it appears. For 2014, Orbea Bicycles, the longtime sponsor of the Luna Chix pro team, decided not to produce a cyclocross bike. This gap in the lineup left the powerhouse team looking for a new frame to compete on.  Management decided to purchase several Ibis Hakkalugi frames and build them up with sponsor correct bits (mostly). Star riders like Georgia and Katerina Nash are on the new Ibis frames while other riders are on last year's Orbea Terra bicycles. 

      Frame: 53cm Ibis Hakkalugi

      Fork: Enve Cross Disc

      Bars: 42cm Pro Vibe 7s

      Stem: 90mm Pro Vibe 7s

      Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XC Team Edition. 

      Seat post: Pro Vibe 7s

      Rims: Shimano Carbon Tubular Prototype. 

      Hubs: Shimano CX75

      Tires: Clement PDX tubulars

      Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace R785

      Brakes: Shimano Dura Ace R785

      Front Derailleur: NA- E13 chainguard

      Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace 9070 Di2

      Cassette: Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Dura Ace 11-28

      Cranks: Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Di2 172.5

      Chainring: Shimano Dura Ace 9000 39 tooth

      Pedals: Shimano XTR

      Powermeter: Stages.

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          2014 Fuji SupremeThis week we take a look at Amanda Miller of Team Tibco's 50cm 2014 Fuji Supreme. Miller lives here in Fort Collins and races professionally for Team Tibco. 

          Frame: 2014 Fuji Supreme

          Size: S (50cm)

          Fork: Fuji Carbon FC440

          Headset: FSA

          Wheelset: Reynolds Carbon Clincher 46 (or 32 if it's a hilly race)

          Skewers: Reynolds

          Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 11spd electronic

          Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra electronic

          Shifters: Shimano Ultegra 11spd electronic

          Brakes: Shimano Ultegra with Reynolds carbon pads

          Crankset: Shimano Ultegra 11spd (50/35t)

          Pedals: Look Keo Blade Carbon

          Seatpost: Oval Components 910

          Saddle: Prologo Kappa Evo

          Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 11spd (11-25t, 11-28t for hilly races)

          Tires: Maxxis Cormet One 70

          Stem: Oval Components 713

          Bars: Oval Components 700s

           

          Indy Fab snow
          We continue with our shop owner bike review series with Justin Newberg's 2007 Indy Fab Crown Jewel. Justin owns the Bike Recyclery and sells vintage bikes and bike parts to customers all over the country via his website, http://www.bikerecyclery.com/. The Bike Recyclery  operates out of the basement of Justin's house in Old Town. The space doubles as a shop, showroom, photo studio and warehouse.  
           
          Here are the other two bikes from the series. 
           
          Here's what he rides when he's not shipping Campy derailleur's or Dean frames out the back door. 
           
          Frame: 2007 Independent Fabrications Crown Jewel, Reynolds 853 steel
          Fork: Reynolds Ouzo Pro
          Headset: Chris King
          Size: 56cm
          Wheelset: Mavic Open Pro on Campagnolo Record
          Skewers: KCNC
          Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Record 10-speed carbon/ti
          Front Derailleur: Dura Ace 7800 (The Record FD is simply inferior)
          Shifters: Campagnolo Record 10-speed carbon
          Brakes: Campagnolo Record
          Crankset: Campagnolo Record 10-speed 53/39t
          Pedals: Shimano XTR PD-M959
          Seatpost: Onza NADS tool-less seatpost
          Saddle: Brooks Professional 
          Cassette: Campagnolo Record 12-26t
          Tires: Continental Gran Prix 4000s
          Stem: Thompson 
          Bars: Reynolds Ouzo Pro
           

          Archies DomaneThis week as we continue our series of shop owners bikes, we take a look at Archie Solsky's 2013 Trek 6 Series Project One Domane. Archie is the owner of all three Lee's Cyclery locations.  As you may have guessd, Trek is their bread and butter brand. Even in a 58cm frame, Archie's ride comes in at 15.10lbs w/ pedals, cages and computer. 

          The Build
          Frame: 2013 6 Series Trek Domane- 600 Series OCLV Carbon, E2, BB90, performance cable routing, DuoTrap compatible, Ride Tuned seatmast, IsoSpeed 
          Size: 58
          Fork: Domane IsoSpeed full carbon, E2 asymmetric steerer 
          Headset: Cane Creek IS-2, integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, alloy, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom 
          Stem: 110mm Bontrager RXL
          Handlebars: 44cm Bontrager RXL 
          Front brake: SRAM Red 
          Rear brake: SRAM Red 
          Brake levers: SRAM Red 
          Front derailleur: SRAM Red 
          Rear derailleur: SRAM Red WiFli 
          Shift levers:  SRAM Red 10 speed
          Cassette:  Sram 11x32
          Crankset: Sram Red 50x34
          Pedals: Chromoly Speedplay Zero
          Wheelset: Mavic Sys R
          Front tire: Conti Grand Prix 4000 23mm 
          Rear tire: Conti Grand Prix 4000 23mm
          Saddle: Specialized Toupe RBX Expert
          Seat post:  Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset

           

          01Owning a bike shop is a tricky business but  it comes with certain benefits and one of those benefits is having access to the latest and greatest bicycles available from the manufacturers you carry.  Over the next several weeks, YGR will highlight some of our local bike shop owners favorite bikes. 
          This week we start with Greg Thornton's 2014 Pinarello Dogma.   Greg owns ProVelo Bicycles and has access to bikes from Cannondale, Jamis, Pinarello, Santa Cruz.

          The Build

          Frame: Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2
          Sizes: 53
          Fork: Pinarello Onda Carbon 65HM1K
          Headset: Pinarello, 1 1/8-to-1 1/2" tapered
          Stem: Pinarello Most 120
          Handlebars: Pinarello Most 42
          Front brake: Campagnolo Super Record Skeleton dual pivot
          Rear brake: Campagnolo Super Record Skeleton single pivot
          Brake levers: Campagnolo Ultra-Shift Super Record EPS
          Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
          Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record EPS
          Shift levers: Campagnolo Ultra-Shift Super Record EPS
          Cassette: Campagnolo Super Record, 11-26T
          Chain: Campagnolo Record 11s
          Crankset: Campagnolo Super Record Ultra-Torque CT, 39/53T
          Bottom bracket: Campagnolo Ultra-Torque OS-Fit
          Pedals: Look Keno Blade 2 Ti
          Wheelset: Campagnolo Shamal Ultra
          Front tire: Continental GP Grand Prix 4000, 700x25mm
          Rear tire: Continental GP Grand Prix 4000, 700x25mm
          Saddle: Selle Italia SLR ti
          Seat post: Dogma

          001Fort Collins' Georgia Gould took much of the 2013/2014 Cyclocross season off to recover from the 2012 MTB and CX seasons and the 2013 MTB season. After several months of rest and unstructured training, Georgia rode her 2013 Orbea Terra to victories at the Colorado State Cyclocross Championships, both Altitude Adjustment races in Longmont and 5th place at Cyclocross Nationals in Boulder. Here's a quick rundown of her championship winning bike. 

          Frame: 51cm Orbea Terra 

          Fork: Orbea Terra Carbon

          Shifters/Brake Levers: Shimano Dura Ace

          Front derailleur: Shimano Dura Ace

          Rear derailleur: N/A. e*thirteen XCX guide

          Tires: Clemte PDX 33 front and rear.

          Wheels: Shimano Dura Ace C35 tubulars

          Cranks: Shimano Dura Ace w/ single 39 tooth chain ring.

          Chain: Shimano Dura Ace

          Cassette: 12/27 Shimano Dura Ace

          Brakes: Shimano CX70

          Bars: 42cm Pro Vibe 7s

          Stem: 100mm Pro Vibe 7s

          Pedals: Shimano XTR PD-M970

          Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XC

          Seat post: Pro Vibe 7s

          Headset: Fsa 1-1/8 - 1-1/2" Integrated

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          Steve Stefko piloted his 2012 Cannondale SuperX Carbon4 to consistent top 5 placings in the Colorado Elites this season and 3rd in the 35-39 age group at Cyclocross Nationals in Boulder last week. The Rival build, coming in at $3000.00, shows you can compete with the best without the $6000.00 cross bike.

           

           

           

           

          Frame: 2012 54cm Cannondale SUPERX, BALLISTEC CARBON, SPEED SAVE, BB30

          Fork: Cannondale SUPERX, BALLISTEC CARBON, 1-1/8" TO 1-1/4" STEERER

          Shifter: SRAM Rival

          Rear Derailleur: SRAM Rival

          Front Derailleur: SRAM Rival

          Tires: Clemte PDX 33

          Wheels: Neuvation 50mm carbon tubular with Neuvation hubs.

          Cranks: FSA GOSSAMER PRO, BB30, 46/36

          Chain: SRAM 1091

          Cassette:SRAM 12-26

          Brakes: TRP Euro-X

          Brake Pads: Zipp

          Bars: CANNONDALE C2 COMPACT

          Stem: Easton EA90 110mm

          Pedals: Shimano XT

          Saddle: FI'ZI:K TUNDRA 2

          Seat post: CANNONDALE C3 CARBON WRAP, 27.2X300MM

          Headset: Cane Creek

           

          brannanboo01/16/2014 Back in Oct YGR reviewed Brannan Fix's Boo RS-X.  Brannan rode this bike to an age group state championship title aswell as a victory in the 10-29 non championship race and a solid 10th in the 17-18 year old National Championship race. For Nats., Brannan rode Challenge Chicanes with 20 and 20.5 in the rear, 21 in the he front.

          YGR will be reviewing local riders bikes in a new fearture called, Ride Review.  We'll start with Brannan Fix's 57cm Boo RS-X. 

          Frame: Boo RS-X Size: 57cm

          Components: Sram Force Cranks, Sram Force Rear D, Sram Force shifters, Sram Rival front d.

          Tires: Challenge Grifo Tubular

          Wheels: American Classic Carbon 38 tubular

          Chainrings: SRAM 46-36

          Cassette: PG 1070 11-26

          Brakes: TRP Euro-X

          Bars: Ritchey Evo-Curve 42cm

          Stem: Ritchey Classic 110mm

          Pedals: Time Carbon-Ti

          Saddle: Selle San Marco ASPide

          Seat post: Ritchey WCS