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    Let's get some Bosberg love.



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    Hell to the yes....Hot

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    I love your Ritte!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNumber5 View Post
    I apologize in advance for the crappy cell pic. Guess thats what I get for selling the camera!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi10 View Post
    Hell to the yes....Hot
    This!
    Hey guys, lets go play bikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustle View Post
    Let's get some Bosberg love.


    hot bike. but in regards to the photo itself.....maybe too much contrast. at least for me since the advent of instagram, overly contrasted photos or instagram 'look its an old photo, but really it isnt' type photos are done for me. Its the auto-tune of the photo world. not saying this is an instagram photo...i just don't like too much contrast. although +1 for have a blue door. The bike however....hot.

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    The Ritte is HOT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by save10 View Post
    hot bike. but in regards to the photo itself.....maybe too much contrast. at least for me since the advent of instagram, overly contrasted photos or instagram 'look its an old photo, but really it isnt' type photos are done for me. Its the auto-tune of the photo world. not saying this is an instagram photo...i just don't like too much contrast. although +1 for have a blue door. The bike however....hot.
    blah, blah, blah... That bike is hahhhht. I just can't get past the bike itself. Love the colors, love the frame, it's smokin'.

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    Ritte hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leinster View Post
    You said it was hot 20 years ago. This thread is littered with steel framed 20 pounders with downtube shifters and 42/52 rings. Why has this one not held onto its charms IYHO?
    "Different strokes for different folks!"
    Take that bike to the V&C, & you'll get all the drool you can handle, & more.
    Better bring your buckets.

    IMO modern frames(Treks) get more hate than most of the classic steel bikes in this thread.
    You don't frequent the "41" much do ya?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustle View Post
    Let's get some Bosberg love.


    This guy got the colors "ritte"!
    Hot

    To the guy with the Chinese frame(powder blue/orange/black), this is the way to compliment the lines of the frame.
    Last edited by Ghost Ryder; 09-25-13 at 03:50 PM.
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    IMG_20130925_180732.jpg

    My newly built CAAD 5 with Rival / Force groupset and Rail 52 wheels by November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustle View Post
    Let's get some Bosberg love.


    Iconic and hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADSW View Post
    IMG_20130925_180732.jpg

    My newly built CAAD 5 with Rival / Force groupset and Rail 52 wheels by November.
    I like it! Need a better background to make it hot in this thread.
    Still on the hunt for my own Saeco frame to build up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Ryder View Post
    I like it! Need a better background to make it hot in this thread.
    Still on the hunt for my own Saeco frame to build up.
    Thanks! I don't have a white garage door so I picked the whitest backdrop around my residence. I'll try and find a better spot one on of my rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADSW View Post
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    My newly built CAAD 5 with Rival / Force groupset and Rail 52 wheels by November.
    Nice, but big/tall bikes look awkward to my eyes. So it's a not from me. The same bike in a smaller frame and better photo might have gotten a hot.

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    Man, this thread is getting busy, as you can see. Hot bikes.
    It's the spandex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADSW View Post
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    My newly built CAAD 5 with Rival / Force groupset and Rail 52 wheels by November.
    bro, da fuq is up with your bar tape? I actually kind of like this though. I think it has potential. Fix your bar tape, move your hoods up a touch, get a black crank, match your stem brand and seatpost brand, stage the bike correctly, and it might be hot. Personally, I have never been a fan of the older caad bikes due to the peculiarly shaped down tube, but it isn't always a deal breaker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan.g75 View Post
    bro, da fuq is up with your bar tape? I actually kind of like this though. I think it has potential. Fix your bar tape, move your hoods up a touch, get a black crank, match your stem brand and seatpost brand, stage the bike correctly, and it might be hot. Personally, I have never been a fan of the older caad bikes due to the peculiarly shaped down tube, but it isn't always a deal breaker.

    Lets just say that I need to work on bar taping, haha. As for the hoods, I agree. Should i take the bar tape off first and then move them, or do you think I would be able to move them up without removing the tape. It kills me a little inside to take my bike into an LBS just so they can wrap my tape...

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    Take the bar tape off to move the hoods...keep practicing on wrapping the tape, watch a few youtube vids...it's easy once you get the hang of it. There's no reason to take it to a shop for that. You can do it!!!
    Hey guys, lets go play bikes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADSW View Post
    Lets just say that I need to work on bar taping, haha. As for the hoods, I agree. Should i take the bar tape off first and then move them, or do you think I would be able to move them up without removing the tape. It kills me a little inside to take my bike into an LBS just so they can wrap my tape...
    I know how you feel about paying LBS to wrap your bars, I learned eventually to do it on my own, and then, I started working at the LBS . In order to practice, try to find some bar tape like profile design's tape, cheap ($10) and make sure it doe not have adhesive on the back. This way you can practice, wrap up, unwrap, wrap up, unwrap easily. Concerning the hoods, if you don't do much of your own maintenance, then I would suggest you go to your lbs. I say this because there are a few things that you must be mindful of when changing your hood/brakelever position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan.g75 View Post
    I know how you feel about paying LBS to wrap your bars, I learned eventually to do it on my own, and then, I started working at the LBS . In order to practice, try to find some bar tape like profile design's tape, cheap ($10) and make sure it doe not have adhesive on the back. This way you can practice, wrap up, unwrap, wrap up, unwrap easily. Concerning the hoods, if you don't do much of your own maintenance, then I would suggest you go to your lbs. I say this because there are a few things that you must be mindful of when changing your hood/brakelever position.
    In that case I may take it in to the LBS. When I originally put the hoods on it didn't seem terribly complicated, but after riding it today I can definitely tell my right hood is lower than my left hood, haha. Darn it! The build itself was much easier than I expected. I took all of the parts off of my Tarmac Pro (carbon to aluminum? Yup, that's right) and put them on the CAAD 5 one by one. Did it in about 3 hours or so! I'm proud of myself to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADSW View Post
    In that case I may take it in to the LBS. When I originally put the hoods on it didn't seem terribly complicated, but after riding it today I can definitely tell my right hood is lower than my left hood, haha. Darn it! The build itself was much easier than I expected. I took all of the parts off of my Tarmac Pro (carbon to aluminum? Yup, that's right) and put them on the CAAD 5 one by one. Did it in about 3 hours or so! I'm proud of myself to say the least.
    did somebody crack their frame...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan.g75 View Post
    did somebody crack their frame...?
    Nope, the frame is perfectly fine. I just wanted to build a bike without paying more money for different parts. I bought the CAAD5 frame off of craigslist for about 100$ and that was it. I was tired of not really knowing how things worked on my bike so I figured the best way to learn was to build one myself! It worked for the most part, except for the bar tape

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Ryder View Post
    "Different strokes for different folks!"
    What I meant to say was:
    "Different spokes for different folks!"
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