TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby g-boaf » Wed Apr 10, 2013 7:54 pm

I ended up getting this Hong Kong made thing with a rubber like elastic mount - it fits and angles up enough to get the light straight. It's not over tight either, which was the main thing I worried about. The light itself is quite bright - and it sits in nicely behind the frame. :)
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby Giantrider1997 » Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:22 am

I got my 2012 Giant tcr advanced 0 for $2500. From bike lab st kilda. Had to pay in cold hard cash.
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby AJ.ROK » Tue Aug 27, 2013 8:29 pm

Finally picked up my 12 TCR 0 from my LBS last week.
They spent an hour and half fitting me to the bike. Once away from the shop the bike looks awesome.
I'm glad I didn't go the black of the 13 . . . Cleaning a black bike looks a nightmare.
Cheers
AJ
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby dale79 » Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:14 am

Awesome! My new bike is Matt black and it gets filthy
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby su-pista » Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:48 am

I have used the reflector bracket minus the reflector and then just bolted the light to that on TCR's before. Only works with certain lights though.
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby Duck! » Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:00 pm

AJ.ROK wrote:Finally picked up my 12 TCR 0 from my LBS last week.
They spent an hour and half fitting me to the bike. Once away from the shop the bike looks awesome.
I'm glad I didn't go the black of the 13 . . . Cleaning a black bike looks a nightmare.
Cheers
AJ

Damn sight easier than cleaning a white bike. :wink:

Purchase thyself a bottle of Muc-Off bike cleaner - brilliant stuff.
I had a thought, but it got run over as it crossed my mind.
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby AJ.ROK » Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:32 pm

After fitting a rear light and Garmin I'm considering SLR Aero wheel set off the Popel.
Anyone fitted these yet ? Are they a good upgrade ?
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Re: TCR Advanced 0 (2012)

Postby danny the boy » Fri Apr 18, 2014 6:13 pm

Noticed the other day I've done 20,000 k's on this thing now, no real issues to report. I swapped the wheels out early on, they rolled ok but I found the flexed a lot on climbs and had to run them with the brakes slackened right off which is NBG on the descent. Was coming back along a local bike path one day and came across at least 5 metres of path completely under water without any easy way of getting around it. After much umming and ahhing I decided to ride through it thinking it cant be too deep, well it was, came up to bottom bracket level so the di2 battery was well and truly wet. Being 30 k's from home I was no longer confident of my decision to ride through it. Remarkably the water had no effect on the electronics and it hasn't skipped a beat the whole time I've had it.
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