Here is my Eddy Merckx Premium, '07 Vitamin Cottage Team frame
* 10sp Chorus except shifters which are '09 Centaur
* Oval Concepts bars, stem, and seatpost
* Easton EC90-SL fork
* Selle Italia Prolink gel light saddle
* Wheels - DT R1.1 rims and '06 Chorus hubs
What a contrast in handlebar height:
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Here is a picture of my 2000 Trek USPS. This is not an updated shot. I no longer have the tape that you see on this. Ultregra 6500 triple with Bontrager crankset
This is a shot of my 2007 Trek 6.9 Madone, tape has also been changed, as well as water bottle cages and pedals. The cages are black carbon ones now. All Dura Ace 7800
Here is one of my 2006 Aegis Victory All SRAM Red compact crank, does have zero gravity brakes.
Here is one of my 2007 Aegis Victory...I was working on becoming a distributor for their frames and they closed shop. Also SRAM Red, Spinergy Stealth FCC, Token Integrated handlebar set. All my bikes have Selle SMP either Pro Strike or Avante seats on them. The also all have Speedplay Stainless Zero pedals
My Leader Time Trial tank...
My Giant TCR:
And last but not lease my Vellum Elemente 1 pound 14 ouce 60 CM frame! All Dura Ace 7900 Compact
She is 16.5 pounds.
which is your favorite and why.
Wow man you got some bank... I'll say...
Pretty much every time I go shopping.I'm still trying to imagine a situation when you'd be time trialing on a bike with fenders and panniers.
My Argon 18 "project bike", built it over a few months really like the bike, same bike, just different saddle and wheels in the pictures, the second one was at a 24 hour mountain bike race, just using it on the wind trainer.
Cervelo P3, only the one in the front is mine, other ones are friends
2008 Bailey Minitruer with Dura Ace red.
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Love the wheels, its hard to put it, but it feels smoother (the only way i can describe it), when i first finished the bike it had your generic crapy wheels, out of all the upgrades i've done I can say the wheels was really the only huge one i noticed.
They are noisy, but i think they are smoother than other wheels, in my opinion they just feel better.
Here is mine, Storck Fascenario 0.7 , Lightweight obermayers, zipp vuma quads, M5 brakes, 7900 Dura ace, nokon, Tune Speedneedle
Those Storcks just look tough.
I world like to show you my classic steel bike. It's Atala from 1982. On this bike Pierino Gavazzi won the Italian Road Cycling Championship.
Frame -- Atala Corsa Professionisti (Columbus SLX)
Hubs -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Spoke -- Sapim
Rims -- Nisi Super Corsa
Tubular -- Continental Giro
Seatpost -- 3ttt Criterium
Stem -- 3ttt Record 84
Handlebar -- 3ttt Record Grand Prix
Bartape -- Ambrosio
Cable -- Clarks
Saddle -- 3ttt Type A
FD -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record
RD -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Crankset -- Gipiemme Cronospecial Professional ‘’AA’’
Cassette -- Gipiemme Cronospecial Professional ‘’AA’’
Chain -- Gipiemme Cronospecial Professional ‘’AA’’
Brakes -- Modolo Flash
Levers -- Modolo Flash
Shifters -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Pedals -- Campagnolo Record
Bottom B -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Headset -- Campagnolo Nuovo Record