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Old 08-31-07, 08:03 PM   #1
Race to train
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Not new but new to me(low class new sled thread)

Well I decided I "needed" a winter/crit bike so I just couldn't resist when a teammate said he was getting rid of his old look with chorus on it. I figured it would make a fine training bike for the soggy, snowy, sandy nevada roads and swap the frame out next year to lighten it up for crits. 17.5 lbs with my ac sprint 350's on it and 18 with the open pros.

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Old 08-31-07, 08:12 PM   #2
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Your winter bike is as nice / light as my regular bike . Wait, I love my bike anyway.

Congratulations. May you have many happy, if cold, miles on it this winter.
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