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Old 10-23-17, 02:44 PM
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Steel carbon fiber titanium aluminum elements except wood

I have the basic material elements for classic road bikes except wood. Let's see your collection of the elements!
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I don't get it.
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Originally Posted by gioscinelli View Post
I have the basic material elements for classic road bikes except wood. Let's see your collection of the elements!
I see a wooden floor.
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
I don't get it.
Post your bikes that are steel, titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum built.
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Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
I see a wooden floor.
Ya, I put a saddle on the floor, but it would not ride.
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Ghisallo still makes wood wheels in tubular and clincher, but clincher have PSI limitations. Wood be cool to see more modern bikes with wood wheels.
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Wait a sec, if you have cork tape on any of those that is basically wood, or bark. So it should count
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Where does bamboo fit in the lineup?
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Originally Posted by Bikerider007 View Post
Wait a sec, if you have cork tape on any of those that is basically wood, or bark. So it should count
No, just a completely built road bike!
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Originally Posted by nlerner View Post
Where does bamboo fit in the lineup?
Ask a Panda, and in my opinion that works!
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steel carbon fiber titanium aluminum elements interesting comparison!

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I thought you meant real chemical elements, like Formica.
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I thought you meant real chemical elements, like Formica.
I'm more into Time Crystals! The 5th element. Liquid, Solids, Gas, Plasma and Time Crystals!
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One day, some eccentric Scandinavian from near the arctic circle would carve a bike out of sea ice and ride it naked across a frozen lake........
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I have no pics of my Ti bike, but it was a Tesch, with no decals whatsoever.

Otherwise, they're pretty much C&V:

Aluminum-'84 Klein


Steel-'88 Ironman


Carbon-'89 Carbon-R
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Originally Posted by gioscinelli View Post
Post your bikes that are steel, titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum built.
So ... bikes.
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Would You Wood?

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Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
One day, some eccentric Scandinavian from near the arctic circle would carve a bike out of sea ice and ride it naked across a frozen lake........
I’m impressed.
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Originally Posted by wgscott View Post
I thought you meant real chemical elements, like Formica.
Or bolognium...
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Bamboo...

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Bamboo...

Inspired by the bamboo Calfee, i'll play.
For aluminium, it has to be my mtn bike.
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