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    Senior Member Sporkinum's Avatar
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    Sheldon found a tallbike at Vegas

    Don't buy upgrades. Ride up grades.

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    With an xtracycle!

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    very sweet

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    That's Aaron, the owner of my LBS here in Seattle. www.rideyourbike.com.
    He rides that thing all over town, puts lots of miles on it.

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    How do you mount it!?

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    OMG, a Colnago tallkbike? Yikes!

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    Yeah, if that colnago is welded to the base bike then he deserves a public flogging.
    I'm not one for fawning over bicycles, but I do believe that our bikes communicate with us, and what this bike is saying is, "You're an idiot." BikeSnobNYC

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    Senior Member slagjumper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynikal
    Yeah, if that colnago is welded to the base bike then he deserves a public flogging.
    I dont know about that maybe that he was trying to get 25 grand for it, like this 1898 version--

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynikal
    Yeah, if that colnago is welded to the base bike then he deserves a public flogging.
    I was thinking the same thing, but it looks as if there is some kind of clamp on the seat post type deal on the bottom bike.

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    The owner/builder, Aaron Goss from Seattle, was at pains to note that his conversion did no damage to the classic Colnago frame.
    Read the article first.

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    I saw that bike and its rider at this years dead baby downhill race in seattle. I was quite impressed with the thought and reversibilty built into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoshnasi
    How do you mount it!?

    If you are tall like me, you can just give it a lil' push with your left foot on the left pedal and hop right on. Took about 1 day to get used to it, now it is really easy.

    my bike "Pat"


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    lamplighters? ok. but today?
    ya know the saying - ...an answer to a question nobody asked.

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