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    Quote Originally Posted by cshell View Post
    Did you have this custom painted?
    I think I remember a discussion about that bike. As far as I can recall it's a Project One bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelsets View Post


    My Moots Vamoots w/ Dura-Ace. I really enjoy riding it.
    Nice Moots, I have heard good stuff about Moots from several friends.

    A friend of mine, former pro cyclist who has has been in pro level cycle circles for 30 years, was at Interbike East in Providence RI this past week. I asked him to try out a Lynskey or two if he could.

    He said:

    " They had no Lynskey's at Providence...
    I rode a bunch of carbon road bikes and then rode a Moots and it was the best ride of the day."

    (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by cshell View Post
    Did you have this custom painted?
    Project One directly from Trek.
    Best thing about cycling is when I'm at work I'm thinking of cycling, when I'm cycling I'm thinking about cycling.

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    FINALLY FINISHED! This bike is so fun!
    I've got a bunch of high-end rubber coming in tomorrow and at the end of the week. Mud tires, training tires, dry tires and all-around tires.


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    put some tarck ass risers on the bar/grocery bike. bought a track bike.


    Oh man, its going to take days to kill all these people! - jens voigt
    Current: Calfee Tetra Pro/ Tiemeyer Signature Track/ Cannondale CAADX/ Trek T1/ Giordana Capella TT
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatallightning View Post
    put some tarck ass risers on the bar/grocery bike. bought a track bike.
    Is that a new Bianchi Pista?

    How do you like it? I've been thinking about it too much.

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    Is that brakeless with no foot retention I see?

    BTW I just started doing squats too for the first time since Feb; **** ****s you up

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    Just picked it up today






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    My Parkpre C6. Nothing too special, Spinergy xaero lites. Let me know what you think.




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    My new road bike came in today from overseas!!






    Question though: The shifting is a bit unsmooth. Are bikes supposed to be tuned out of the box?

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    Brakes and derailleurs always need some adjusting out of the box, and usually the wheels need a bit of truing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fobdot View Post
    My new road bike came in today from overseas!!






    Question though: The shifting is a bit unsmooth. Are bikes supposed to be tuned out of the box?
    nope, but you asking that makes me want to suggest you taking it to a LBS to get it checked out (assembly as well)
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    Yes yes. Next time when I post about how I was riding in Belgium and was complimented by Fabian Cancellara and was invited to Saxo-Bank, you'll all know that by Belgium I mean Bumtown KY, by Fabian Cancellara I mean a creepy old dude, and by Saxo-Bank I mean his house. And knowing all that, you'll still whole-heartedly congratulate me on my extraordinary achievement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegunner View Post
    nope, but you asking that makes me want to suggest you taking it to a LBS to get it checked out (assembly as well)
    yeah, for sure. Especially since the front brake pad that we can see is at a really bad angle, and probably braking on the tire instead of the rim.

    Don't ride the bike anymore, take it to a shop. Braking on the tire can lead to a blowout and a crash.

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    The new winter/rain bike.......Built up with a new 09 SL2 frame and fork and an old Ultegra kit I have had for years....


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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonKarter21 View Post
    FINALLY FINISHED! This bike is so fun!
    I've got a bunch of high-end rubber coming in tomorrow and at the end of the week. Mud tires, training tires, dry tires and all-around tires.

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    hot hot hot Mitch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonKarter21 View Post
    FINALLY FINISHED! This bike is so fun!
    I've got a bunch of high-end rubber coming in tomorrow and at the end of the week. Mud tires, training tires, dry tires and all-around tires.


    Quoted because I wanted to see it again! Just awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by garysol1 View Post
    The new winter/rain bike.......Built up with a new 09 SL2 frame and fork and an old Ultegra kit I have had for years....

    Winter/rain bike?! Now I want to see what the "fair weather" bike is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
    Winter/rain bike?! Now I want to see what the "fair weather" bike is...
    no kidding... and his beater bike, probably a freaking fancy trek or something!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
    Winter/rain bike?! Now I want to see what the "fair weather" bike is...
    Click the link for Serrota in his sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsuru View Post
    no kidding... and his beater bike, probably a freaking fancy trek or something!

    To be fair I work at a Specialized, Serotta, Bmc, Ridley etc......shop and I just wait for the end of the year closeouts. I really do not have very much into that Roubaix at all but yea, it is way to nice to be a rain bike..........

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    That Serotta merits some bigger/better pics! Please?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
    That Serotta merits some bigger/better pics! Please?!
    Thanks Here are a few pics of the bike with a few different color schemes ....










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    Quote Originally Posted by garysol1 View Post
    Thanks Here are a few pics of the bike with a few different color schemes ....









    I'm gald to see that you're still rocking the 7800. It looks good with that frame.

    After riding 7900 for a little while, I came to the conclusion that if I couldn't get it for a killer deal on a new bike, I would just buy a frameset and put my trusty old 7800 on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    I'm gald to see that you're still rocking the 7800. It looks good with that frame.

    After riding 7900 for a little while, I came to the conclusion that if I couldn't get it for a killer deal on a new bike, I would just buy a frameset and put my trusty old 7800 on there.
    I am going to hold out for the 8000 series (guessing at the number) I am not real impressed by the 7900 either and to be honest I have yet to ride any group that I prefer over 7800 and that includes Record and Red.

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    Beautiful Serotta! Thanks for sharing the pics! I am taken with the black tape/white hood combo!

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