Today’s work : Tools, Parts and Lock, you’ll see no mystery in the Krypto… Well it was hidden by the toughness of the steel ! I tried a Corima hub too but it was too dense to get a correct image.
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Alex’s Pelizzoli steel track bike, mounted with Campagnolo Record crank and Campagnolo Pista tubular wheels, Look Keo cleats, San Marco Concor Supercorsa.
Bonus : I did not need to cause him a premature cancer for these ;)
Here is a Zefal Profil Max FP 70 floor pump, colorised and with classic colors. That was a pain in the @$$ to post process, as the floor side is metal and the grip is plastic, the contrast was too important. Having put the pump on the wrong side, the “heel effect” of the tube did not help me neither… I should have done it again, maybe later…
Here are some new things, non cycling related ! A coke can and an automatic Rolex watch, this time colorised.
Xrayed feet in Gaerne carbon G. Chrono cycling shoes with Speedplay cleats. This was made in order to confirm or not the good positionning of the cleats under the feet. Please note that the rays are not strictly perpendicular to the feet so the cleats appear to be slightly more at the rear than they really are.
Other xrayed cycling stuff, including me wearing a Specialised helmet, and a T-Level messenger bag, filled up with a Kryptonite Mini U-Lock with its cable, hand pump, CO² inflator, Allen keys, Campagnolo 15mm wrench, Light and motion front torch, Continental tube, Tip Top kit, and a Canon S95…
If anyone has an idea of what the round circle at the bottom of the bag is, let me know…
Details of Xrayed cyclists
© Paul Perret
Note the differences of transparency between alloy and steel, the engravings on the chainring and the bar end that are perfectly readable. The thing below the stem is a wallet and one can see the GPS chip at the top end of the watch.
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