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Pro Bike: Alie Kenzer’s Richard Sachs CYBC Signature, December 9, 2008

Alie Kenzer's Richard Sachs Signature Cyclocross
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Custom 'PegoRichie' tubing is made by Columbus
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Richard Sachs/CYBC team bikes are also equipped with steel forks.
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The tube diameters may look unusually small as compared to aluminum
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There are no fancy s-bends to be found here;
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The bottom bracket lug includes a built-in chain stay bridge
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The seat stay bridge is brazed-on separately
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The seat lug is particularly trick.
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Top tube cable routing keeps everything out of the way.
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The Sachs fork crown was recently updated
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The head tube includes a modest 18mm extension
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The timeless red, white and yellow finish
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Rival is technically SRAM's entry-level group
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Rear shift performance is fast, precise and robust
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The OG-1070 cassette is heavier than the OG-1090
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Team rider Alie Kenzer's bike was set up here with a single ring
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The Wippermann Connex stainless steel chain
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Kenzer's bike was also equipped
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Challenge's Grifo 32 tubular
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Cane Creek SCX-5 cantilevers
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Crankbrothers Candy pedals
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The traditional handlebar bend
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The Selle San Marco Aspide saddle
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Oval Concepts provides the lightweight and reliable
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Sachs is still an active racer himself
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