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Just curious if anyone else is already planning and scheming for next season?  New frame on the way?  Waiting for those fancy carbon wheels to go on sale?  I'm sure there are plenty of hopes and dreams out there.

So what's it going to be?

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brakes- Euro-X mag
wheels-chris king R45 hubs/mavic reflex rims
tires-challenge grifo
My wife got me some trp eurox cantis for our anniversary. I also am looking into the challenge clinchers with latex tubes and if I can swing it a carbon fork...What I'd really love to get though is a CXMAGAZINE Jersey that would be cool…..
Planning to get a Paradox frame.
I am building a new bike this year:

Specialized Tricross Expert frames set
Sram Force shifters and deraileurs
TRP EuroX Magnesium Brakes
Easton EC90 cranks
Easton EA70X w/Tufo Flexus Primus and a set with Flexus Cubus
Easton EA70 bars with EA90 stem
Specialized Phenom Team saddle
Crank Brothers Egg Beater 3
Gore Ride On Low Friction Sealed Cables
A wife that is awesome for not giving me too much grief
building this bike now:

yeti arc-x
easton ec90x
easton ec90 aero bars
ritchey carbon matrix stem
ritchey wcs carbon post
campy record qs ultra shifters
campy record f & r derailleurs
campy chorus ut 11 cranks
selle italia flite
shimano xtr pedals
mavic kysrium sl wheels
trp euro x carbon brakes
Just got my new Guerciotti X-Crow carbon frame. Very sweet! I'm pretty set with components except for brakes. On my other bikes, I've used V-brakes in the rear and canti's in the front. The V-brakes have always worked really well with a travel agent (Campy 10s) even in muddy situations. They're easy to set up, have great clearance for your leg, and very controllable stopping power. I hesitate to change this but I'm giving away a little weight. I also like the look of the new FSA cantis. Anybody got any thoughts?

I've got a new Circle A Cycles lugged CX frame on the way. Replacing my Spooky Supertouch (up for grabs soon enough), along with a set of NoTubes Alpha tubeless rims. Biking!
Tubbies. I'll have more $$ in my wheels than my entire bike but that's the most important part, right?

Considering a wider bar, don't know how wide mine is (stock Specialized) but it doesn't seem wide enough.


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