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Tech goes tropical Part II

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You could do a lot worse

You could do a lot worse (Image credit: CN)
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Carbon forks

Carbon forks (Image credit: CN)
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Carbon chainstays

Carbon chainstays (Image credit: CN)
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Selle San Marco's Era saddle

Selle San Marco's Era saddle (Image credit: CN)
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Wismilak,

Wismilak, (Image credit: CN)
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All timing on the TMLTdL,

All timing on the TMLTdL, (Image credit: CN)
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Wismilak's riders are powered

Wismilak's riders are powered (Image credit: CN)
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Cyclingnews diarist

Cyclingnews diarist (Image credit: CN)
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Everytime I see those Dura-Ace cranks,

Everytime I see those Dura-Ace cranks, (Image credit: CN)
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A modern way of staying cool

A modern way of staying cool (Image credit: CN)

Bikes at the 2004 Tour de Langkawi

In our second look at bikes and bits at the TMLTdL, Cyclingnews sneaky-beak Anthony Tan went for another little wander, this time around the start village of Tapah on the third stage of the Tour de Langkawi.

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