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Cranks have been ganked! The question remains; who trolls around with crank pullers and gets to work? Savages.

Peter Hamm

Peter Hammwrote a review of on March 5, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

At this price you are getting an absolute bargain. And the construction and performance of these are second to none for the price. This is really top quality stuff. Zipp discontinued this model service course design and logos in favor of a newer design/logos so these will be gone shortly. Sad, because these are perfection IMO. Stock up now while it's cheap!!!

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Peter Hammwrote a review of on May 25, 2014

5 5

Switched to this saddle from an Arione CX, and biked from Chicago to Michigan the same day. After 200 miles round trip, I have no regrets with the saddle switch. Have gotten used to the shape of the Arione, but needed the relief from the channel. And it was a relief. Before, going on long rides would result in numbness. Fortunately that was not the case with the Versus.

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Peter Hammwrote a review of on April 27, 2014

5 5

If you want to shed a few grams, then put that croissant down. No need for Dura Ace, and compared to Sram's older high end cassettes these Ultegra cassettes are much cheaper and quieter. Worth every penny, and when you can find them for around 50 it is even sweeter. Shifts are smooth and quiet.

I use Rival shifters, brakes, and rear derailleur with an Ultegra 12-25 cassette, Ultegra front derailleur, Sram Red 53/39 crankset, and yokozuna cables. Couldn't be more satisfied with the performance of my Frankengruppo drivetrain

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Peter Hammwrote a review of on April 25, 2014

5 5

The titanium pedals are not much different than the stainless zeros. The most noticeable difference is that your feet/ankles are closer to the crankarms and chainstays. This is because the titanium spindle length is 50mm; whereas the stainless spindle length is 53mm. This increases cornering clearance from 37 to 39 degrees. Worth the extra 140? Tough question to answer. Is it worth it if you can get titanium for about the same price or less than the stainless? This is a much easier question to answer.

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