Recreational Cyclocross and Gravelbiking - new toy
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The magazine comes through once again:
I get one with Ultegra 10 for the first part of the season...just a little bit psyched.
Gin and Trombones...that's awesome! If Lance Armstrong starts making bikes, do you think he'll call his something like "Horned Plastic Texan Longhorn Hats and Big 'Ol American Flags"?
Bike looks sick, those guys seem to know CX. Enjoy the bike, and some gin too...
08-03-05, 11:52 AM
wow. that is a pretty bike.
what do you think of the country road bob ss bike? i bet it's pretty light and lots of fun....
08-03-05, 11:59 AM
I have the original country road. Personally, I think the older ones had more style, if you like the retro look.
Wow, their builds are expensive. I would've thought their rebirth would've created more reasonable prices to get them back on their feet.
08-06-05, 08:44 AM
Thats a purty bike but pricey.Must be for the racing end of the sport rather than for us cyclo-cross geezers and posers.
Hehe if I was paying for the damn thing the price might matter, it had just better ride well...or else I get to ride one of my other review bikes...hehe.
Well to revive the thread-bike arrived last week and I finished assembling and fitting it yesterday. 20.3 lbs, not as stiff as last season's Seven but it soaks up bumps like nothing I've ever been on, I'll try to find someone with a digital to put a pic up later.
08-30-05, 01:37 PM
yes pics = good
nice toy indeed
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