Beautiful bike. I have always loved the design of Colnago. I am jonesing for a CX-1.
Pedal Force RS2 with full SRAM Force 2010, Shimano Dura-Ace wheels, Richey WCS wet white SP, Pro stem, Token CF white handlebar, fizik arione saddle.
TOTALLY Awesome road bike and very fast..........................Would rather have Shimano shifting over sram but I'll deal with it. Find it easier to articulate the larger area of shimano for up shifting than the tinsie whensie paddle of SRAM.
My Felt after some upgrades and adjustments. Someday I'll make a real effort to clean the bar tape.
sweet felt, is that a garmin 605 or 705? how do you like it?
Well, this is the replacement I picked up when my brand new Trek Mondane 4.5 broke. Taking forever to get word back on the warranty. This is a 1991 Schwinn Circuit. Same frame geometry as their paramount and peloton models. Bike has a Reynolds 853 frame and has proven remarkable fast (by my standards).
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I have a Cannondale super six team health net, formally belonging to Karl Menzies of team health net. Ill post some pictures up later when I get a chance...
raleigh grand sport.... lame i know
Got a Selle San Marco Ponza to try today and have Ultegra pedals but waiting on the cleats.
Just got this bike and have 50 miles so far from this Labor Day weekend.
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Rebuilt my Guerciotti for cross season. I'm keeping the Sram on my Mitcholo for the winter, older 6600 groupset goes to the Guerciotti, along with a 6700 RD. Went with Nokon cables because I couldn't stand the exposed cabling.
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Picked this up used a few months ago, not sure if it's truly and Lemond and don't know the year (Late 199x?). If you can identify it, please comment!
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Nice taste in ale, CK.
There is a guy in my group with a very modest (and slightly beat up) aluminum Giant - I'm not sure about the model. It's the oldest bike in the group and has original equipment on it, including a heavy triple crankset and 105 components. He is the fastest guy in the group and much cooler than the guy on the CF bike with full SRAM Red struggling to keep up at the back of the pack (this last guy is me).
camera phone = don't be too critical.
ibis mojo sl - bmc sl01 - fantom pro sl 29er ss - TT fixed
Here's a crappy camera phone picture of my 5.1. Just got it a few weeks ago.
I know Trek isn't the most popular 'round these parts but my first real bike a number of years ago was a Trek from a LBS a friend recommended. When I decided I wanted to upgrade I figured I'd be a repeat customer.