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I'm trying to identify, or find similar, parts on the bike in this video, specifically the front (three spoke) wheel, frame, and handle bars.

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+1 - Best video. I noticed later that it's an ad, for a bag. Sadly my only criticism as I was watching it was, "the lad could use pannier." –  ChrisW Mar 22 '11 at 3:39
    
Yes, fortunately the advertising is subtle enough to let you enjoy the great video and music :) –  Grillz Mar 22 '11 at 3:45
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I'm not sure anyone will be able to identify the handlebars' make/model from a video, but if you're looking for the name of that style of handlebar, it's "pursuit" or "bullhorn". The wheel appears to be an HED H3 or something similar. –  Jason Plank Mar 22 '11 at 5:06
    
Yea, I thought I might be pushing it a little there. I was really mostly interested in the wheels and the type of handle bars. I had no idea these would be in the $1400 range... Thanks for your help –  Grillz Mar 22 '11 at 19:13
    
Yes it's a beautiful ad. More about it in chat. –  ChrisW Mar 24 '11 at 3:54
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I looks like a Corima to me, but I may be wrong: http://www.corima.com/gb/produits/roues/default.cfm?family=roues_janteCorima for sale at http://www.lfgss.com/thread37288.html in plain black.

You're right about that being a nice ad - I like the video as well as the music.

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They say that a haiku ought to identify or imply the place (e.g. "by a pond"), and the time (the season or the time of day): which that video really does. –  ChrisW Mar 22 '11 at 10:59
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