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Originally Posted by pcb View Post
The Kirk Terraplane was built not long after Kirk left Serotta and started building under his own name. The seat stays are curved for a smoother ride, resulting from a lot of research and experimentation he did while at Serotta.

'05 Kirk Terraplane:



That's really cool in a Hetchins sort of way- squiggly by design for function- not just as advertisement. Way Cool.



Originally Posted by Brotisimo View Post
A nearly mint 2002 Zurich. Stock except for the bars and Fabric saddle (swapped after pic). It's a glorious ride to have handy for lunch hour rides.

That is striking- is it as sparkly as it appears to be? My favorite looking paint job is on my 1986 Trek 400 Elance- the sparkles and the depth of the paint is breathtaking to me- especially in the sun on an early morning ride.
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