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Scattante CFR Elite Carbon.
 

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16746
Location: Portland, OR

2/23/13 7:03 PM

Scattante CFR Elite Carbon.

Took this in trade, Ultegra 30 speed, all carbon fork etc. 300 miles on it. Seems like a decent machine.
Cranks and brake non shimano...

Anyone ride one of these, it was an equity equalizer as part of trade. Figures that it is the right size when I have no need for it.

[img src="http://coupekiss.host-ed.me/images/ttf/IMG_3377sm.jpg" /img]

<img src="http://coupekiss.host-ed.me/images/ttf/IMG_3377sm.jpg" /img>


Last edited by Sparky on 2/24/13 11:30 AM; edited 1 time in total

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Brian Nystrom
Joined: 26 Jan 2004
Posts: 4171
Location: Nashua, NH

2/24/13 8:49 AM

The photo's not working, but the bike should be fine

For some reason, it won't load in Firefox and in IE, I see the image tags and URL. The URL doesn't work when pasted into a browser.

Poking around the Web, I didn't see anything bad about them. Performance is big enough that I'm sure they're sourcing these through a reputable company like Giant. I've never had problems with them or their service. It's not like you've got a "Chinarello" frame and taking your taking a risk by riding it.

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daddy-o
Joined: 12 Apr 2004
Posts: 3215
Location: Springfield

2/24/13 11:03 AM

Photo's working now,

but I'm logged on. When photos are attached with standards based HTML tags people need to be logged on to see them. Or they need to paste the link to the address bar (as Brian did.) Using the buttons or square brackets allow photos to be seen without being logged in. </rant>

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16746
Location: Portland, OR

2/24/13 11:31 AM

Square Brackets ?? What would the corresponding code be, as just swapping the [] for the <> does not do it.

I am offering the CRF in trade for a Ti Schwinn Paramount in one size bigger, my preferred size.

Besides which I have a D/A Specialized Roubaix which
the GEOM is more to my liking. Probably the frame is made in the same place in Taiwan. ;) But somehow Specialized over Performance is a lean direction for me, although probably not really a difference. But I do like the Roubaix longer WB, ChainStays and more lax angles.

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daddy-o
Joined: 12 Apr 2004
Posts: 3215
Location: Springfield

2/24/13 8:31 PM

Close, but easier

Consider the curly brackets to be square for example sake:

{img}http://coupekiss.host-ed.me/images/ttf/IMG_3377sm.jpg{/img}

or live, like this:

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16746
Location: Portland, OR

2/24/13 8:51 PM

I see, I guess I've been doing it >img src="xxx.xxxx.x.jpg" height=120< but reverse brackets for so long from habit when doing re-sizing on the img.


<img src="http://coupekiss.host-ed.me/images/ttf/IMG_3377sm.jpg" height=120 /img>

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