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Zipp 2001 grey & silver

Frame:
Zipp 2001 large frame & small beam - 700c

Fork/Headset:
Felt Bayonet 2 / Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Dura Ace FC 7800 Carbon / Dura Ace BB 7800

Pedals:
Speedplay X1 Ti grey

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Tiso K7 ultra / Sram RED 53 & 42 grey / SRAM PC-1091R

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Dura Ace RD 7900 / Dura Ace FD 7900 / Dura Ace ST 7900

Handlebars/Stem:
Lightweight Rennbügel / Felt Bayonet 2

Saddle/Seatpost:
Flite Ti

Brakes:
TRP T925 aero (modified) / Lightweight brake pads

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Lightweight Gen. III / Lightweight Ti skewer / Schwalbe One tubular

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Lightweight Gen. III / Lightweight Ti skewer / Schwalbe One tubular

Accessories:
xlab carbon wing / Lightweight Edelhelfer carbon cages / Lightweight Reservetank bottles / Lightweight Handband bar tape / Hüdz hoods ghent grey / black Ti bling all aroud

Added by time-trial-collector. Last updated 23 days ago.

15 Comments

TWB-Third-World-Biker

TWB-Third-World-Biker says:

Another question, how were the TRP brakes modified? did you have to extend the bolt to fit the fork?

Posted 6 months ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Yes well

Posted about 2 months ago

TWB-Third-World-Biker

TWB-Third-World-Biker says:

The Felt Bayonet 2 fork really brings these Zipps to the next level. I wish you would have done the same thing to the White Zipp you built

Posted 6 months ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Thanks - adding the Felt fork to the Zipp was quite a bit of engineering ;) the owner of the white Zipp wanted a more classic fork...

Posted 6 months ago

TWB-Third-World-Biker

TWB-Third-World-Biker says:

Cool, thanks for the info. I know the Felt fork has to be ordered for specific frame sizes, what size did you order, and did you have to cut the fork?

Posted 6 months ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

I don´t remeber the exact size. I just bought some forks and the right size was among them. I still have some forks "on stock" incl. NOS ones for future projects.

Posted 6 months ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

For proper adaption, the fork´s size isn´t everything ;) for luck, a Chris King headset has the perfect stack height, so that no additional spacers will be needed.

Posted 6 months ago

TWB-Third-World-Biker

TWB-Third-World-Biker says:

Those forks are extremely expensive, they cost as much as a cheap bike.. keep your stash in a safe box.. LOL

Posted 6 months ago

hwattsnola

hwattsnola says:

hot damn, this is so sick built up

Posted almost 3 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Many thanks :)

Posted almost 3 years ago

Molte

Molte says:

Great!! Where or how can I get this fork for my Zipp 2001?

Posted about 3 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

These forks appear frequently on eBay. Cheers

Posted about 3 years ago

hwattsnola

hwattsnola says:

I think this frame fork combo could be amazing, I can't wait to see how it turns out

Posted over 3 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

The fork is currently at the paint shop to get the same grey than the frame :)

Posted about 3 years ago

hwattsnola

hwattsnola says:

Yessss. That is so excellent

Posted about 3 years ago