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Dolan Seta team Ireland

Got it from Dolans ebay page in used condition from Irelands national track cycling team. It now enjoy its retirement in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Frame:
Dolan Seta (full carbon) / Size 56 x 56 / 2010

Fork/Headset:
Alpina carbon track 30mm rake / Alpina with Thomson top cap.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75 165mm / Sugino 75

Pedals:
Shimano spd sl R540

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura ace 15t / Sugino Zen 48t / DA lockring / Izumi track

Handlebars/Stem:
Easton ergo road EA50 38cm Easton bar tape / Thomson X2 100mm 17°

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia SLR fibra stripped / Thomson Elite 31.6 x 287mm

Brakes:
Shimano 105 / Promax OS.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Navigator Pista Clincher / Vittoria open corsa cx T.T. 700 x 19c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Navigator Pista Clincher / Vittoria rubino pro 700 x 23c

More Info:
Ex cycling Ireland frame. / Weight 7.5 kg / http://app.strava.com/athletes/364913

Added by Whatever. Last updated over 10 years ago.

43 Comments

Killerseagull

Killerseagull says:

Tried your strava link and it didn't work for me. Then again it's possibly just my phone

Posted about 9 years ago

ElToro

ElToro says:

very cool bike, love the colors of the frame ...

Posted over 9 years ago

EricisDigital

EricisDigital says:

Super sick! hows the bike scene in Denmark?

Posted about 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks :) 36% of the people in Copenhagen use their bike every day to work or school.

Posted about 10 years ago

imran

imran says:

nice bike...

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks

Posted over 10 years ago

AdiZena

AdiZena says:

Kinda love it! Do you ride it on track or do you use it on the street? Or both maybe?

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

I use it on the roads around Copenhagen to make roadies regret they used 2000$ on the Dura ace DI2 group. :)

Posted over 10 years ago

AdiZena

AdiZena says:

Lol!

Posted over 10 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

awesome bike! I'm planning to buy those navigator pista wheelsets, did you remove the decals? how are they feel when rolling?

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thank you. The navigator pista wheel set is the best bang for the buck out there right now, they are strong as a tank and just keeps on going. The decals are just stickers without clear coat so they come off easy. Compared to my previous Ellipse wheel set they are a bit heavier and slower, but the Ellipse falls apart on real world roads, so the navigators are the sensible choice.

Posted over 10 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

did you ever had problem with the novatec hubs, especially its rear? my friend had it but only the front wheels and the hub runs very smoothly, so I might buy it from him and then search for the rear

Posted over 10 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

and I gotta agree, I'd choose this over ellipse. I heard that the rear ellipse usually got jammed on its lockring/cog thread

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

I wouldn’t say the wheels were solid as a tank if I had problems with it would I now?
The Ellipse are an excellent wheel set they are just not meant for street riding.

Posted over 10 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

Love this bike.

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks, I like your Pre Cursa aswell...

Posted over 10 years ago

Rpreme

Rpreme says:

Very nice Dolan Seta. The Ireland colors match very well.

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Sometimes I wounder if I should have got it in all black, but then I look at it see that green was the right choice :)

Posted over 10 years ago

Elrey

Elrey says:

Your Seta looks wird...
Why all the colors?

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Because it's a Irelands national track frame :)

Posted over 10 years ago

harunBC

harunBC says:

what are the hubs?

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Novatec 28 hole front and rear sealed bearing hubs for winter training :)

Posted over 10 years ago

Eingang

Eingang says:

bought myself a used dolan seta today and can't wait to ride it. like your irish version.

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thank you it means a lot when it comes from someone with bikes that I admire. Your Rabobank pista is world class, although you need an X2 stem for it ;) but I read you just testing the length of it with the 3T.
I can see you also do really long rides on your fixed gear, we are a group of 20 riders that are going from Copenhagen to Amsterdam 9-16/7-12. It would be cool to meet up with other riders there :)

Posted over 10 years ago

Eingang

Eingang says:

i tried to go from amsterdam to oslo last year, but we couldn't found a date for all of us. this year i'll start riding road bikes in parallel. enjoy your ride, i still love longer fixed rides (the longest was 178km on the way to barcelona).

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Road bikes are for the faint hearted ;) I forgot to ask what color scheme you got the Seta in?

Posted over 10 years ago

Eingang

Eingang says:

i wanted a black one, but used setas are seldom, then you need the luck to find one in your size so i ended up with the blue/black-model, which is fine for me

Posted over 10 years ago

TRACKER

TRACKER says:

The more I look at it the more I want that frame, at frist I thought it had it had a pretty ugly paint job. Well now its probably one of my favorites, this this is great!!!!

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Hehe Thank you. I was on the fence about buying a green frame, I have seen a lot of green Mash builds and none of them have turned out good. Normally I’m an all black kind of guy, but it was a really good deal this frame on ebay so I just went ahead a got it. I got all black parts so it would be pure black and green, I’m sure that one silver part in this build could have fucked it all up.
I like your Rush Hour Pro, when I first saw it I thought you had relaced the SDV66C rims to Mack hub and build the ultimate wheel set :D

Posted over 10 years ago

TRACKER

TRACKER says:

ha I was going to do that at first but realized I needed another wheelset. You do have silver bolts on your... nevermind

Posted over 10 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

super nice,
love the paint job

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thank you.

Posted over 10 years ago

jdawg4334

jdawg4334 says:

This things really cool man! You tear it up on the track with this thing?

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks man. I like your China carbon bike a lot, I think it has a lot of soul. Acutely I use it for road riding, the roads around here is pretty flat so you don’t need any small gears, and I like overtaking expensive road bikes on this thing ;)

Posted over 10 years ago

jdawg4334

jdawg4334 says:

Hahaha, you and I would get along well because 100% of my riding is making road bikers look like amateurs on my single speed!

And thanks man! I really loved that frame but it was just too aggressive. And coming from me, that really means something. Haha.

Posted over 10 years ago

pedal-faster

pedal-faster says:

Execellent! Very nice build!

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks, I think there is an overwhelming majority of people on this side that just put parts together on their fame and don’t put any effort in to it, that’s a bit sad. I like your Rush hour as well, but I would have kept the stock paint job ;)

Posted over 10 years ago

strange

strange says:

i like it. great.

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thanks man, I like your Samson a lot as well.

Posted over 10 years ago

strange

strange says:

thanks! unfortunately its way too small for me. damn..:-)

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

A set-back seatpost and a longer stem might get you there :)

Posted over 10 years ago

Dumbfounded

Dumbfounded says:

really nice bro.

Posted over 10 years ago

Whatever

Whatever says:

Thank you very much.

Posted over 10 years ago