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Old 12-31-07, 06:39 PM   #1
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Post a Picture of Your Biking Crap!

I just took a look at the shelf where I keep my biking related stuff: Lycra, Extra Saddles, Tires, Tubes, Tools, Boxes, Etc.





It's not very organized, and my Camelback, Helmet, a set of hardcase slicks and some other stuff are out of the picture/in boxes.

Let's see what your biking conglomeration looks like!
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I would, except I'd have to go to multiple locations in the house, the car, the van, bunch of places in the basement, and at my shop space downtown. Crap is spread all over the place!
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that, my friend, is sexy
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that, my friend, is sexy
What, the gaudy stack of boxes and dirty floor?
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you are honestly. so organized.
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Here you go, my Jetta's trunk.


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lol i have my stuff allllllll over the place. no 2 parts are within a foot of each other and here you have your shoes and tools all nice and on a shelf and what not. im jelous
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lol i have my stuff allllllll over the place. no 2 parts are within a foot of each other and here you have your shoes and tools all nice and on a shelf and what not. im jelous
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I'd needa really wiiiiide angle lens to record half of my apt (and closet) in one shot
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I cant be arsed going and grouping all my bike stuff together from across the whole of downstairs.
But Trekbikedude - i swear i cream a little every time i see your bike.
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That Corvette gets me excited!!!
Does it have a t-top?! - i love t-tops!
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yea.

Thanks BFG, I'm getting an even better frame in time and the corvette has t top.
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I lol'd at:
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- "Iron Horse 064"

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and that you actually took the time to put a lock on it and put a tarp over it

~the kickstands a nice touch also.
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I lol'd at:
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- You missing the point, again.
- OP's response to you.
- "Iron Horse 064"

Thank you.
Epic win.

Also, I guess I might as well force my bike upon you guys.

LIEK?
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im feelin the saddle and that fresh fork!
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im feelin the saddle and that fresh fork!
The saddle doesn't look as lovely IRL as in the picture, but I like compliments anyway.
And it was the most painful thing ever go clean off the fork.
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Epic win.

Also, I guess I might as well force my bike upon you guys.

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This is the first Trek I've ever half-masted over.
The '08 Trek Lineup looks good, no? Also, I'm waiting for my Speedball to come in; I ordered it Friday on overnight air....

And Cypress, I thought you were a road commie. Explain yourself.
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The '08 Trek Lineup looks good, no? Also, I'm waiting for my Speedball to come in; I ordered it Friday on overnight air....

And Cypress, I thought you were a road commie. Explain yourself.
I grew up MTB'ing! Switched to road because my MTB was stolen, and was at a point in my life that didn't afford me a new one.

I've got a Cannondale Taurine Team on the way now...
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are you obsessive compulsive?
I think it's a good idea. I've forgotten too many things at home, only to realize it at the race course.
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