|2004 Dura-Ace photos||mcteague|
Apr 24, 2003 12:06 PM
|I have seen the EXACT same shots of the new Shimano Dura-Ace components on several sites lately and each just shows a snippet of the stuff. Lance Armstrong rode the new componants at Het Volk but clear shots of the bike seem to be nonexistant. I know Shimano has tried to control the rate of information but this is bizarre. Is everyone in on this? Are they all afraid of showing the hardware on a bike that is in clear view of the public? What gives.
|April 24th Cyclingnews.com||fracisco|
Apr 24, 2003 1:22 PM
|April 24th Cyclingnews.com||mcteague|
Apr 24, 2003 2:59 PM
|QED. These are the photos I was talking about. Brifter mostly covered by a hand, left crank arm only, rear mech. from behind. Not exactly showing what the new stuff looks like. I feel as if I'm watching an old monster movie where you only get glimpses until the last reel.
|Good marketers, huh? Suspense is their job. n/m||fracisco|
Apr 24, 2003 3:53 PM
|re: Lance didn't ride Het Volk; if you want photos...||Gianicolo|
Apr 25, 2003 2:56 AM
First of all, Lance didn't ride Het Volk at all!
What he did ride was the Amstel Gold Race, with the Dura Ace 2004.
If you want exact photos and plot-computer-images of the new group, feel free to mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|re: Lance didn't ride Het Volk; if you want photos...||mcteague|
Apr 25, 2003 8:48 AM
|Thanks Pieter, the Amstel Gold is what I was thinking but Het Volk came out my fingers.
|Here's the crank||mfuchs1|
Apr 25, 2003 7:34 AM