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  1. ants says

    My TT700, frame no 92, is still going strong… great to ride, fast, still turns heads!

  2. Anonymous says

    I’m sitting here nursing my wounds after hittinh a pothole that ripped the forks straight out of the front of the headtube on my tt700. A sad day.

  3. Anonymous says

    Hi guys, just thought I’d let you know that I have the famous Tour De France Hotta on my wall! I purchased this one-off Hotta from Chris’s dad a few years back and have restored it to it’s former glory. This is the frame that Chris rode to yellow jersey in Dublin for the prologue then fell off and nearly killed himslelf when he split his head open on the pavement. It has a fixed seat tube/post and that sets it apart from other Hotta’s… photos to come…..

  4. James says

    Hey Anon, I’m looking forward to seeing some pictures of that bike. Send them on in.

  5. Anonymous says

    Hi my name is Paul and I ride for Oxford City CC, I have recently bought a Hotta TT700 and rode it for the first time tuesday 10th april 2007 on a 10 mile TT, apart from a little tweaking it was out of this world and has left me proud to be an owner of a hotta

  6. Jim Davis says

    My Hotta is currently posted for sale on ebay. Several buyers have inquired about the frame size, but I can’t remember what it is. My inseam is 32″, and I normally ride a 58cm road frame. Can anyone tell me how Hotta sized their frames, and how I can tell what size mine is?

    Jim Davis
    Athens, GA
    USA

  7. Mikael says

    I would be very interested in picking up a size Med (54-57cm) Hotta should anyone have one for sale!

  8. Jim says

    I have a unique Hotta TT700 for sale that was owned by actor comedian Robin Williams, and the frame is signed by him. He is quite a collector and cyclist. I have ridden with him a number of times and become a friend through tha Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF).

    I am 5 Ft-9 In and it is a size too big for me. I bought it to support the LAF, not to ride and have actually never ridden it.

    Jim
    Minneapolis, MN

  9. Anonymous says

    Have recently got another Hotta…. is having 2 being greedy? lol

    Ants

  10. Anonymous says

    Hello all,

    Any info on where I can get a replacement rear mech hanger for my Hotta?

    Regards,

    Dave England

  11. Mikael says

    I picked up one over the winter and complete redid – new paint, full carbon accessories and got the weight down to 18bs! This bike rocks!

  12. ACB says

    I Have a Hotta tt700 with Mavic 3G tri spokes and a campag record group set, the bike is in good condition and i want to sell. I have no idea how much it is worth, can anybody help?

  13. ACB says

    HottaTT700 for sale,

    Carbon Monocoque Frame (61cm) , Campagnolo record groupset (42,52), Mavic 3G wheels (tubs), Shimano 105 Brakes, Syntace TT Bars, ITM Handlebar stem (120ml), Sella Italia SLR saddle, 7 speed block.

    POA
    Email for pictures or more info: adamblakeley369@hotmail.com

  14. Nick says

    Hotta for sale

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    Hi,
    I have a Hotta TT700 bike for sale. Black, medium size. In excellent condition with no defects.
    I had a health problem 7 years ago and it has been in the loft under wraps since.
    Top rate kit e.g. Virtually new Zipp disc wheel and virtually new corima spoked deep carbon rims. Lots of 9 speed dura ace etc.
    A few top tubs for sale also.
    Never really got the chance to ride it much after build up.

    Sensible offers please. I still remember what I paid for the kit. My wifey still hasnt forgiven me. nicholasbc@btopenworld.com

  15. Don says

    This one is for sale in the Chicago area. Frame size Large

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