Let's See Your FLO Wheels

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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby PenguinBoy » January 1st, 2014, 10:15 pm

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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby Dutch Eagle » January 2nd, 2014, 9:34 am

Here's my bike:
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It took some time sanding the brake pads down, FSA energy brakes are quite narrow.....I hope no rubbing will occur, otherwise: more sanding down the pads.
As soon as the weather improves I can actually take my bike out. in the meantime my winterbike will have to do the dirty work ;-)
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby Chris Thornham » January 5th, 2014, 8:32 am

PenguinBoy and Dutch Eagle,

Looking great guys! The colors are perfect on both bikes.
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby sverdrup » January 13th, 2014, 3:30 am

Here's mine!

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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby Chris Thornham » January 13th, 2014, 7:15 pm

sverdrup,

That's a great looking bike. Thanks for posting the picture!

Enjoy the new wheels,
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby rmalbertson » January 24th, 2014, 11:56 am

Here is my Flo 60/90 wheelset on my Shiv Comp!

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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby Chris Thornham » January 24th, 2014, 7:17 pm

rmalbertson wrote:Here is my Flo 60/90 wheelset on my Shiv Comp!

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Beautiful bike. It looks very clean! If they'd only stay that way ;)
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby SirHustlerEsq » January 31st, 2014, 3:08 pm

Well, I had a gigantic crash where I was hit by a car and then some at 32mph, some reconstructive surgery on my right arm (plates/pins/screws), fractured hip, the list goes on and on. After three months I got back on the bicycle last weekend that I know is at least one size too big, realized that I deserve better for myself because this hobby is not going away, and went to the LBS and put 10 miles on a CAAD10. I then ordered this frame and moved everything over last night:
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High-res gallery, needed to see the paint:
http://imgur.com/a/ukIY0#0
I just ordered black on black wheel decals, not sure that I'm going to use them. I'm thinking I'll stay with red or possibly switch to green.
I'd also like to note that after the crash the bicycle bounced down the street, over 60' away from my body. The Flo30s appear just as true to the eye as the day I received them. I'm very happy that after all these medical bills, I didn't have to buy another set of wheels. Great product, thanks for making it and keeping it affordable.
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby Chris Thornham » January 31st, 2014, 3:17 pm

SirHustlerEsq wrote:Well, I had a gigantic crash where I was hit by a car and then some at 32mph, some reconstructive surgery on my right arm (plates/pins/screws), fractured hip, the list goes on and on. After three months I got back on the bicycle last weekend that I know is at least one size too big, realized that I deserve better for myself because this hobby is not going away, and went to the LBS and put 10 miles on a CAAD10. I then ordered this frame and moved everything over last night:
Image
High-res gallery, needed to see the paint:
http://imgur.com/a/ukIY0#0
I just ordered black on black wheel decals, not sure that I'm going to use them. I'm thinking I'll stay with red or possibly switch to green.
I'd also like to note that after the crash the bicycle bounced down the street, over 60' away from my body. The Flo30s appear just as true to the eye as the day I received them. I'm very happy that after all these medical bills, I didn't have to buy another set of wheels. Great product, thanks for making it and keeping it affordable.


That's an amazing story. Thank you for sharing it. I'm very happy to hear that you are ok now. That is the main thing. I'm sure the recovery was a challenge.

Your bike looks great. I agree that spending money on healthy habits is a great thing to do.

Keep enjoying your wheels and that new bike!

Take care,
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Re: Let's See Your FLO Wheels

Postby EngineerDan » February 13th, 2014, 1:34 pm

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PSYCHED to go out and ride these bad boys...

Once again thanks Jon and Chris, you're doing an outstanding job. I'm certainly trying to boost your UK sales! ;)
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