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    Yep. Basically it is an opportunity for them to...

    Yep. Basically it is an opportunity for them to expand their wheel market to Shimano or Sram equipped riders, without them needing to be putting Campagnolo-labeled wheels on their bikes.

    Thank...
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    Campagnolo G3 vs. Fulcrum 2:1

    Does anyone have feedback about the durability or performance of rear wheels with the Campagnolo G3 lacing pattern vs. Fulcrum's 2:1 pattern? I am just in to the Clydesdale category, and some of...
  3. It depends. Were you on a bicycle at the time?

    It depends. Were you on a bicycle at the time?
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    I just saw this now. I'm sorry to hear about the...

    I just saw this now. I'm sorry to hear about the accident, but I'm definitely glad it wasn't worse. I seem to be hearing about more crashes than usual lately. I hope you have as fast a recovery as...
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    Hi Jay, welcome to the forums! I live in...

    Hi Jay, welcome to the forums! I live in Montgomery County, not too far away. There's a lot of nice riding in SE PA. I hope you enjoy the forums!
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    There's still time to return it! ;) Although...

    There's still time to return it! ;)

    Although I'm sure the CAAD10 is a perfectly fine frame as well.
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    The Lynskey Rouleur...

    The Lynskey Rouleur perhaps? The frame is currently on sale for $1,090. I have the R330 that I got on close out, and I have been very happy with Lynskey's quality and customer service. If I had to...
  8. Thread: Wheelmen

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    I enjoyed it. It seemed to present a nice,...

    I enjoyed it. It seemed to present a nice, unbiased balance to the Lance Lovefest that went on for so long.
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    This was my first thought when I saw the title to...

    This was my first thought when I saw the title to this thread:

    (mild F-bomb alert)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um7Jde0tn-c
  10. I just saw this thread. I hope Fred heals...

    I just saw this thread. I hope Fred heals quickly, and is back in the saddle again soon!

    Best wishes,

    Rich
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    If I were in the Tucson area, I would definitely...

    If I were in the Tucson area, I would definitely check them out.

    I started working in retail when I was 14, and I have continued to do so off and on for the next 30 years (mostly "on"). I have...
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    :beer:

    :beer:
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    I hope this doesn't seem like I'm back pedaling,...

    I hope this doesn't seem like I'm back pedaling, but that looks pretty nice. In fact, one of my riding buddies has a Trek that is ivory and metallic red with black trim. Normally I am not a big fan...
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    I love the paint!

    I love the paint!
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    That looks fast just standing still!

    That looks fast just standing still!
  16. Security! :)

    Security!







    :)
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    I'm sorry to read about the theft. That LeMond...

    I'm sorry to read about the theft. That LeMond looked like a very cool bike. One thing in your favor is that with the carbon craze, there are a lot of good deals on used steel bikes. In addition...
  18. Well played, Sir. Chapeau.

    Well played, Sir. Chapeau.
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    :beer: Your comments about appearance are...

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    Your comments about appearance are spot on. That was very evident in the Gita catalogs of that era, where you could often find SL, SLX, and TSX frames from Merckx, DeRosa, and...
  20. Poll: Thanks for the feedback everyone! It looks like...

    Thanks for the feedback everyone! It looks like I will go with the vented lenses as my first choice, but others are still welcome to chime in.
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    Around 56 or 57 mph. It was in the early 90's...

    Around 56 or 57 mph. It was in the early 90's while I was in college, so it was a while ago!
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    Really? I seem to see them on fleabay fairly...

    Really? I seem to see them on fleabay fairly often.

    On a side note, this thread (among others) makes me appreciate the range of beautiful bikes that were around in the 80's and 90's. So many of...
  23. Poll: Vented vs. Standard Lenses: Which do you use more often?

    I am looking at getting a pair of Oakley Radarlock Path sunglasses. I ride year round, from a wind chill in the teens, to a heat index of 100 or more, in rain, sun, and everything in between. I...
  24. If you had an impact strong enough to break the...

    If you had an impact strong enough to break the legs off the fork, there's a good chance that you damaged the head tube sufficiently that the frame may be toast as well. I'd have a good shop take a...
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    kimconyc, you're KILLING me, dude!

    kimconyc, you're KILLING me, dude!
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