Cannondale Criterium. I'm not sure of the year, but I bought it used in 1994.
Thanks guys, the wheels were built by Fair Wheel Bikes in Arizona.
my Fredmobile, outfitted for a longish ride. oh It's an iron horse triumph 07 .. I call it the beer can as that's what the decals make it look like. I tried to hide the iron horse logo with a pump, but was unsuccessful.
Last edited by DirtPedalerB; 06-21-09 at 07:44 PM.
I only pedal uphill.
I also never realized that my balls will hit a 1 cm tall stack of spacers that is 7 cm below my saddle, which is 45 cm behind the spacers. I also have never crashed this bike head on.
I'm also glad that you're not color blind. Or are you? There may be green all over the place on the bike.
Just picked up this beauty, 2006 Damocles with DA/Ultegra mix. 105 shifters but those will be replaced with DA soon.
the ride quality is a little stiff right now, but ill get used to it.
Adriano, are both wheels 28" or is it an old TT rig with 26" in front?
it looks like it used to be a 650 front and 700 rear. I wonder how it'll handle? Wicked looking bike though.
'09 Motobecane Immortal Pro, with lollipops
'09 Fuji Aloha 1.0 TT build. with lollipops
'09 Lamborghini Viaggio Tandem
'06 Mongoose Commuter
'02 Diamondback Hybrid
"Oh, to be 60 again!"
Since I just got into cycling last year, I am still tooling around on a Trek 1.2T that I bought brand new. I have 2 gripes, triples make it easy to cheat, and the shifters due to those trippled, that thumb trigger sucks unfortunately if I want to get in drops and go, just when you are cresting the hill, come back up to the hoods so you can shift :/
One of these days I will upgrade to a better road bike, but for my first road bike and my first year back in the saddle after probably 20 years, I absolutely love the bike and have a soft spot in my heart for Trek as they have treated me very well.
If you find yourself riding in the drops often, you could tilt your bars as to bring back of the drops to more of a horizontal and rotated your brifters down a bit so to be able to reach the thumb lever without straining your wrists.
Hope those ideas might help.
"change is the only constant"
Just started in on the cycling gig about a month ago.
Right now I am riding a basically stock 2008 Fuji Newest 3.0. Only upgrades are a Serfas Aria Saddle and Look Keo Classic Pedals.
Plan to do some upgrades as I get more into cycling.
Centurion Le Mans
Steel is Real...heavy.
Sheldon says it's an '89 -- I would've sworn I bought it in '87 or '88.
Last edited by Crash_Enburn; 06-30-09 at 10:47 AM.
- EricOriginally Posted by UCP
New tires and brake pads last night prompted a minor cleaning, so I thought I'd make a photo op out of it as well (yes, I didn't quite fully shift onto the big ring in the living room).
My all-around race/training/commuting bike. Season #3. '07 Allez Elite with new wheels over the winter. She likes the crits...
the drivetrain is not adjusted at all, of course!
^ why the interrupters? just curious... I assume personal preference.