My current bike. Not the stiffest frame around but it is comfy
She's a beauty Herzeleid! The geometry looks similar to my Roubaix(longer wheelbase, taller headtube), which is why I chose it also. I never dreamed that 'comfortable' and 'road bike' could be used in the same sentence
2006 Trek 1500 frame and fork. The rest is from a 2008 Motobecane Le Champion I bought from BD, stripped, put the parts and Neuvations on the Trek frame/fork and sold the Moto frame with stock 1500 parts for some dough, also sold the Ritchey Le Champ wheels. Been wanting to put a pic of my bike up for a while. I'm a 2-3 times per week kinda rider, 25-45 miles per ride. Have been real happy with this bike. Anyway, specs:
Frame/fork: 2006 Trek 1500 58cm
Group: Ultegra 10 speed
Cranks: FSA carbon something
Wheels: Neuvation M28 Aeros
Tires: Conti 4000s
Saddle: Felt Carbon (no carbon involved, just by name)
Components: Ritchey WCS
Pedals: Shimano low-end SPD-R
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2007 Stevens Fluent (MTB)
2006 Trek 1500 custom (Road)
2007 Tarmac Pro 61cm, Campy Chorus 11s, Scirocco Wheels
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Update since 6 months ago: 1988 Trek 1000
2010 Bontrager Race Wheels
New Bar Tape
Polished 105 Cranks
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i really like the krypton. they changed them up on the newer ones and look more like the gallium which i think look better. ive had it about a year and love it the only other person that ive seen around town that has an argon 18 is my dad he owns a gallium pro.
Santa Cruz Superlight
Argon 18 Krypton
my "current" roadie. 'late 90's (not sure what year) U.S. build Raleigh Aluminum R500 with full Ultegra (except the crank) Brooks B17 and Origin8 Track Attack wheels
'06 Giant XTC Al,/// FOX TALAS, Sram GXP crank, XTR/XT everything else, XTR front rim, Mavic Crossride hub with a crossland rim
early '80's Motobecane Grand Jubilee Restomod/// Dura ace RD. ultegra FD, Mavic CXP 10 rims laced to 600 hubs, RSX Brifters and Compact triple 172.5 crank, Brooks B17, and a bunch of other stuff
The love of my life
Trek 2.1 2008
Why fear tomorrows, they may never come...
I just wanted to post an updated pic of my bike.
New stem & bars (3T ARX team & Ergonova Team)
New to me Zipp 303s (2007ish, obtained via barter)
Standard BF garage pic
"Go that way, really fast. If something gets in your way- turn." - Charles DeMar
That being said, I love this bike... I also bought a BD bike, swapped all the parts off with my Bianchi and then unloaded the BD bike with older components.
2011 Scott Addict R1. 13.9 lbs as shown. Have had it for a few weeks. Very happy so far.
And here it is with training wheels:
Yup, the downtube says SLUTT.
old bike, new frameset. Ridley Pegasus
The comfort is alright for long distance riding, I did a complete brevet series (200, 300, 400, 600, 1000 km) on it last year. Manouvering is a bit sluggish, I've had more agile bikes.
How is the stiffness on the Roubaix frame? I've been thinking of buying a new bike and it looks absolutely stunning.
1994 Trek OCLV carbon...just put the Forte Titans on today, 149.99 @ performance!...Big improvement in bearings over old stock Ultegra hubs and much lighter than the stock front matrix sonic 32 hole and rear velocity deep v 32 hole which came when i bought it. Commuter/trainer/daily ride