I have a COLNAGO Steel from 1987 !
I have a COLNAGO Steel from 1987 !
This is my 2011 CAAD10 - 4 i picked up in Oct. so far its been a great ride
I will try to make some photos :-)
Some very nice bikes indeed!
Was previously using a 1972 Schwinn Continental Single Speed.
However I recently got a 2010 Trek 2.3 so I can start riding long distances.
^I like the Schwinn more.
Blackdays, you must be a Schwinn type of guy. :)
^^ what's the dealy-o with that seat bag? does it come with the seat?
My 2010 Cannondale SuperSix http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/...1/P1040344.jpg
Ok, here's an updated shot of my S1 and she's ready for the next tri season. Training starts the first of February so I took her in for a tune up and fit with the new tri bars. Also bought a new seatpost head and tri saddle to make the change back and forth easier. Also dropped a spacer. Can't wait to get out and try the new setup!
I just got a new pro carbon Land Shark:
A couple months ago I won a gift certificate for a custom frame and I got it a couple of days ago. I ended up going with carbon instead of steel though it was a hard decision (stainless really appealed to me). I mostly built it up with parts from my current stable but there are a couple of things I need to get. As for the paint I was really set on either bmw art car inspired or a martini racing inspired but after seeing a blue one where you could see the carbon weave I thought I'd do what but with green. John added his own touch on the green and I couldn't be happier. This is by far the best riding bike I have ever been on and I am already saving money to have John build me either a new cross bike or a new mtb.
Frame: land shark pro carbon
Fork: reynolds ouzo pro carbon
Crank: ultegra triple (ultregra sl triple is on the way)
Front D: ultegra
Rear D: ultegra (ultegra sl is on the way)
Brakes: ultegra sl
Wheelset: dt hugi laced to ceramic open pro's
Sibex Sports was a titanium bicycle frame and component distributor here in Colorado Springs who went out of business 2 or three years ago. The frames are manufactured in Russia (not sure exactly where). This is a 64cm version of their Czar road frame, sans decals. It's not light but there are some nice features that beefed this frame up for bigger riders like me. Since Spectrum Powder Coating is right here in town, I'm thinking of partial custom powder coat once I come up with a design. I had been riding 60, 61, and 62cm frames...steel, carbon, and aluminum. I've very happy with the feel of titanium but mostly, it's the 64cm size and geometry that have made the difference.
I have posted this in the Christmas thread and show your Madone thread, hesitated posting here but heck I might just as well. Madone 6.2 Ultegra 6700 2011 Rage Red. To much snow outside so I only have been able to ride from one end of the house to the other. I don't know what it weighs but did some research online and best I found was 15.8. Not sure and Trek won't state what it is. Maybe some day I can find a scale but really I am not concerned about the bike it is my own butt that can be cut :eek:
Madone 6.2 Rage Red H2
Cassette and Rear De-Railer
Bontrager Duo Tap
that landshark is one of the best bikes I have seen on here. WOW.
Here's my noble steed:
2009 Pinarello FP3
Brakes: Campy Centaur Skeleton
Wheels: 2010 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL
FD/RD: Campy Centaur
Shifters: Campy Centaur
Cassette: Campy Centaur
Chain: Campy Centaur
Chainrings: FSA RACE 50/34
Cranks: MOst Carbon
Pedals: LOOK KeO SPRINT
Stem: MOst Tigermax Carbon
Seatpost: MOst Carbon