Last edited by Timber_8; 12-19-10 at 08:09 AM.
My Gary Fisher Kaitai
Last edited by M38; 09-25-09 at 01:26 PM. Reason: kan't spel
2009 Trek FX 7.3
Nice bikes! I think 007 is winning, in case anyone's keeping score. Haha, just kidding, but that Trek is trick.
Two open beers, Timmy? Did you forget where you had left the first one?
'04 Marin Mill Valley. Upgrades include Time ATAC pedals, Fizik Nisene saddle, Thompson seatpost, Cane
Creek wheels, 105 rear derailleur, Gatorskins, Jandd rack, B.O.B. skewer, Road Morph. No Ultegra or XTR.
Last edited by qmsdc15; 08-12-09 at 02:21 PM.
LOL I was on to my next Molson
Never get into an argument with an idiot, they only drag you down and beat you with experience.
'09 Trek 1.2-recreation "Veronica"
'95 Cannondale F400commuter "Catarina"
'78 Schwinn Varsity
'73 Schwinn Continental
?? Cordova Capri wifey's
Of course now I'm thinking they should have been Treks after seeing everyone else
Last edited by terraskye; 08-12-09 at 03:42 PM.
Drop bars! Tourist!
I don't get it. Some of the bikes look like MTBs with slicks on. If that's the case, then mine can be a hybrid too?
Radagast the Beige-and-Black is a comfort hybrid. Can I play, too?
That which does not kill me has made a massive tactical blunder.
Too often I would hear men boast of the miles covered that day, rarely of what they had seen. Louis L'Amour
'07 Giant Cypress WSD "Radagast the Beige-and-Black" * '97 (?) Bianchi Premio "Orion" * '09 Trek Allant "The Black Pearl"
Last Monday I did 100 km into a stiff headwind and still averaged 25 kmh... I came off the bike feeling great and could not have done that without the extra hand positions drop bars provide.
From a marketing standpoint the term "hybrid" has a far narrower definition and most people associate hybrid with the types of bikes that have already been posted here.