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Old 07-22-09, 07:34 AM   #76
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Old 07-22-09, 01:30 PM   #77
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I think I just jizzed in my pants!
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Scuderia, you're bikes are pure sex, i love the attention to detail!
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Old 07-22-09, 05:50 PM   #79
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Scuderia, welcome to bike forums! My god, your bikes are damn sexy.
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Thanks for the warm welcome. Glad you guys like it.
Those bike are raw yo!
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i like them too and that single speed looks like a lot of fun!
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Old 07-23-09, 02:01 AM   #83
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Wow.. Scuderia you have some really nice rigs.
Attention to deal props for the colors and accents.
very very nice.
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Old 07-23-09, 04:03 AM   #84
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Hi, I'm new here. These are my rides.


Ellsworth Moment 09









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Yea I copied those bikes pics again! Pure bling, love it. More curious about the riding in Singapore though. Maybe post up some trail pics if you got any?
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Scuderia,

You have some beautiful bikes, no question. They are detailed well and apparently never ridden. Being as they are such showpieces I would recommend lining the tire logos up with the valve. It was the only thing that distracted me from my total viewing experience.
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Scuderia, with a username like that.. you must also have some ferrari's in the garage... might as well post those too.
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This one likes going downhill alot more than up: 08 Turner RFX:

I'm liking the brown ODI's. Wish I had those.
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Old 07-23-09, 11:29 AM   #88
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can we see more of ^ this ^ bike?
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I, too, am new on BikeForums. However, I would like to present the antithesis to Scuderia's bikes:
My '99 Giant hand-me-down complete with harvested parts from my bro's busted bike. Gets me through the woods alright, so I'm content!
I just got some wellgo M7 pedals, but don't have the shoes yet


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A lot of nice rides so far.
For me nothing new since the last thread except a new spoke and some new pics.
Really wanting a new wheel set before this season is up, then its time for a new frame for me, probably will be a Trance XO built up with mostly parts from this little guy:









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Hey Scuderia, Do you really ride those bikes or do you just sit around a rub on them?
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Old 07-23-09, 08:25 PM   #93
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liv_rong, i like a bike with some battle scars, very nice!
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Yea I copied those bikes pics again! Pure bling, love it. More curious about the riding in Singapore though. Maybe post up some trail pics if you got any?

Thanks. Singapore is a small island and we dun have much purpose built bike trails. We have to bike in neighboring countries like Malaysia or Indonesia. Will post some local trail pictures from this weekend's ride.
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Scuderia,

You have some beautiful bikes, no question. They are detailed well and apparently never ridden. Being as they are such showpieces I would recommend lining the tire logos up with the valve. It was the only thing that distracted me from my total viewing experience.

Point noted thanks.
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Scuderia, with a username like that.. you must also have some ferrari's in the garage... might as well post those too.
Sure! why not.. Here's my collection of Enzo, 360, F430, 575, mustang, mclarens, renaults and a hell lot of street tuner cars, and no i don't own a car cos i spend all my earnings on my bikes.




Sorry for the Off Topic guys...
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Hey Scuderia, Do you really ride those bikes or do you just sit around a rub on them?
... this is a good one... I'll let you decide..
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Old 07-24-09, 06:39 AM   #98
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hi jimmybug, nice 99 Giant Rincon. I like those 90's mtb's! Is there a reason you don't upgrade to v-brakes? won't cost that much and gives your bike a more modern look. Same for an ahead setup/fork and a new saddle.
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Well unlike some of you people, my bike ain't pretty, but it sure performs.
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hi jimmybug, nice 99 Giant Rincon. I like those 90's mtb's! Is there a reason you don't upgrade to v-brakes? won't cost that much and gives your bike a more modern look. Same for an ahead setup/fork and a new saddle.
Thanks! The only reasons I haven't upgraded are being in school and cheapness. I really DO need a new saddle... This probably shows my ignorance, but I wasn't aware of an easy way to convert threaded to threadless. (Is it really that big of an improvement?) If I were to get a new fork, would it be worthwhile to skip the v-brakes and get a disc brake up front? Kinda just thinking outloud, don't mean to hijack the thread. I think I'll start searching the forums!
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