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Fudge's

Litespeed Bella 2006

Weight: 9 Kg ( 19.8 Pounds )
Date Setup: 30th Mar 2006
Price: SGD 6520
With Owner? Yes
Litespeed Bella 2006 's Description:

Litespeed Bella 2006 Size S, 47cm;paintwork 'Irresistable Rose'
3Al/2.5V ti frame; ,
Ultegra 6600 10spd gruppo, Ultegra 6600 53-39 Double crank 170mm;
Zero Gravity 0G-05-Ti Brakeset but using DA brake shoes;
LOOK PP206 - Delta cleats,
ITM Elle 40/42 drop handlebar ; ITM Forged Lite Luxe stem 100mm,
Cane Creek S3 headset,
White Industries H2 front H3 rear 32h DT swiss competition spokes laced to Mavic Open Pro silver rims 2011, 
Continental GP4000S 700x23c, 
Selle Italia DIVA Ldy Gel Flow Saddle (Vanox rail),
Lezyne M-Caddy black/black,
Easton EC90 Zero setback seatpost 31.6,
handcrafted stainless steel cages,
Cateye Double Wireless *speed & cadence* cyclocomputer, 
Deda (black) bar tape,
Real Design Signature original carbon fork painted to match bike colour,
Fun Source '180 Pro LED' Tail Light

weight 9kg with pump, saddle bag



Question:

Wah..... Fudge, u punya basikal powerlah, lawa, jambu - wow........ :)

emilhans on 5th Jan 2008 1:15 AM

Answer:


this jambu colour better than 2007 (puke green khaki colour) or the 2008 (pink with white tones + different graphics for the Litespeed logo)



5th Jan 2008 5:06 PM

Question:

Love the metallic pinkish/purplish hue into natural metallic tone at the rear. Way cool wheels you got there.

Maskrider on 16th Dec 2007 1:48 AM

Answer:


Very apt observation. I intentionally did not get Mavic Ksyrium or Fulcrums because i like the shiny rims with black hub and black spokes of the original, see that the Dura ace brake shoe pads blend into the silver rims that u see just the 0G black arms over the tires? from a glance u hardly notice the brakeset anymore... these wheelsets are actually very smooth to ride, i've done quite a bit of riding, but i feel the ti frame helps the bike feel great overall. so one does not need to throw 'serious' money at the wheels... i want to go back to Michelin Speediums really bad now, coz they really last and are comfortable to ride, the GP4000's are a tad soft rubbery compound comparatively, and more suited for racing/lightness my guess...



16th Dec 2007 9:53 AM

Question:

nice bike!  Nice name for the paint work too!  Another Litespeed rider here.  My ride is a 2005 Litespeed Vortex.  Its a rocket.

Anyway, I always have the perception that riding in Malaysia is dangerous because of its traffic condition (not that Singapore is any safer).  I don't think that is accurate.  Maybe there's some part of Malaysia where it is safe to ride.  I would like to hear from you about riding in Malaysia.

chewchpy on 12th Jul 2007 11:26 PM

Answer:


That is a very open question.Quite difficult to say but my opinion is, safety in numbers, and ride wisely. Metropolitan singapore (city roads) seems dangerous to ride in based on my own cycling experience near Jalan kayu with a bus. Therefore i would opt for riding in a big group preferably with a good domestique on any road rides in Malaysia.

16th Jul 2007 6:06 PM

Question:

Hi Fudge, how do u find the GP4000s and the ZGs?

free2move on 11th Jun 2007 2:36 AM

Answer:


very good when at 110psi, make sure its really pumped up. the brakes are scary good. so efficient that i no longer descend at my previous speeds, and 40% slower than before.



11th Jun 2007 7:28 PM