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February is the month of Pink and Red Bicycles

Old 02-02-18, 03:29 AM
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1952 EA Boult, with magenta spearpoints (re-establishing the original design)
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Old 02-02-18, 04:54 AM
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Old 02-02-18, 06:01 AM
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Red. It's a non-DS pic but what the heck, Faliero's signature is on this side.


Pink? I don't know if this qualifies as pink. Sort of, almost, maybe. A little.
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Old 02-02-18, 07:03 AM
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Here are some red and/or pink bikes I built for friends...

Pink splatter






A little modern for this bunch, but it has some red(ish?)
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Here's another Cannondale 3.0 to throw into the mix, finished it up last night.

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Wow... I need to work on pic sizes.
It displays perfectly for me.
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Wow that Merckx is gorgeous.

What Year and Model is it?

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Another Red 'Dale

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Man, those two colors fading together are magical.
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Old 02-02-18, 12:03 PM
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My wife's other pink (with turquoise panels) bike, a Chiorda mixte '80s-built as an MTB with cruiser fork, drum brakes and Stronglight 99 triple. Marinoni did the paint. We actually sold this to a friend for his then-teenage daughter but the bike came back to us last year. Kid grew up.
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My Pinarello. The only red bike I ever owned. Unfortunately this was taken after I went from 25 to 0 mph hour in under one second. Bent top tube, down tube, fork, and handle bars. Also, killed the front rim. Oh, and 5 days in ICU for me. That was a little over 9 years ago and I've kept the rubber side down since.
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[IMG]DSC_2090 by carrera247, on Flickr[/IMG]
a TT bike complete with sprint carriers! nice touch! nice bike too.


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Like everyone else, I am familiar with the established fact* that red bikes are faster. As such, I've managed to accumulate a few of them.

the Raleigh Team:




the Hetchins:




and the Olmo, because red Italian bikes are the fastest of all!
(the photo of the bike leaning against the tree didn't turn out that well)




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* and by "fact", I do actually mean "myth".
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Old 02-02-18, 07:39 PM
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I don't have a red one in the herd, but here's my pink one.

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Old 02-02-18, 07:52 PM
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Just recently completed my 1984 Centurion Turbo rebuild. Excited to get to ride this after my 1984 Centurion Comp TA kicked the bucket.

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Its been a bunch of posts since a cannondale was posted.

Dont worry, I got this one


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Originally Posted by SquidPuppet
Man, those two colors fading together are magical.
It’s a pretty stunning paint job.

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Here are my pink & red bikes. The Lotus is a Goodwill bike that is way too small so I will be passing on.
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Originally Posted by fleslider
Its been a bunch of posts since a cannondale was posted.

Dont worry, I got this one
That is a very cool bike!
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I'm appalled no one has posted up a 770 yet.
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Originally Posted by nesteel
I'm appalled no one has posted up a 770 yet.
my bad...here's an upskirt shot
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thank goodness y'all are bean poles.
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Another pic of the 770. From our ride yesterday. 55 degrees in Denver on February 2nd!

[MENTION=94607]cb400bill[/MENTION] did such a great job building this bike back up. Love the little touches he put on it, specifically the 3ttt stem/bars, San Marco Rolls saddle, Clement Strada LGG rubber, Fizik leather bartape, NOS SR brake levers/hoods, and the Mavic MA40 clinchers. I feel incredibly fortunate every time I ride it
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