You've got your Merlin posted all over BF, but I never get tired of looking at it. Its one of the nicest looking builds I've seen ever. It's also quite literally exactly the kind of build I'm looking at for my hopefully attainable dream bike. Nice job!
so what are the little cirlcles?...punched holes, or screened on silver color? maybe reflective?
I found Rossetti road bike on line and wondered if anyone owns one and how it performs?
Is that a road or one nice bike path? Nice bike by the way. Reposts are always welcome.
This is my weekly club ride machine
After going though so many pages of beautiful bikes, I am almost embarrased to put my bike here, but here it is.
I have already upgraded the brake calipers to Dura Ace as the stock were Textro R750's and I did not like thier performance. The Dura Ace are a world apart. 400 miles and I am very happy with the bike. The 50cm frame is perfect for my size, 5'8" as a smaller frame is stronger and lighter. 16.4 lbs with pedals.
Err, are your handlebars supposed to be tilted down *that* low? That looks tilted really far...
He thinks they're track drops...
The (very) humble steed. I love her, and hey, she's a road bike technically.
I kinda like this section of the forum...i like road bikes.
last I checked it was only October 2009, but I agree otherwise
Frankly, I could't resist black and white Force graphics on my black and white bike. The rundown. Cannondale 2009 Supersix Hi-Mod. 2010 Sram Force gruppo. Ritchey 4 Axis WSC "Wet Black" bar and stem. Ritchey WSC Carbon Seatpost. Selle San Marco Aspide Saddle. Look Keo pedals (as before couldn't resist the white and black graphics) Wheels: Front: Campy Record hub, black Mavic Open Pro rim. Rear: Ultegra 6500 hub, black Mavic Open Pro Rim. Very nice bike, only complaint is the lack of trim on the front shifter, othewise works great.