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Old 02-01-18, 11:37 AM
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February is the month of Pink and Red Bicycles

And I have no bikes in either of these colors. Please show yours.

If your bike has both colors, that counts, too.
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Old 02-01-18, 11:43 AM
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Yes!!! Thank you. I'm ready. I love pink bikes.
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Old 02-01-18, 11:56 AM
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I just sold this Mesa Runner, it was a very rich metallic red:


Wasn't the name of the color on these something like Dusty Rose?


I want more two-tone bikes like this Ross I fixed up for a friend
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Old 02-01-18, 01:05 PM
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1979 Centurion Pro Tour


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Old 02-01-18, 01:11 PM
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Does purple get lumped in with red and pink? Or is that for a different month? I don't currently have any bikes of these colors, just asking out of curiosity. I think we had discussed it at some point.
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1987 Bianchi Sport SX. My original daily commuter, now delegated to 'rain bike'.
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That Serotta is so, so pretty. Buy it some flowers.

Just before first snow this winter I added a 1cm longer stem and LL toe clips. Two rides confirmed that the fit is just about perfect now...waiting for spring!



I’m hoping to have this one ready to ride come spring as well...finally.


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Old 02-01-18, 02:38 PM
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Hope this counts.
That definitely has me feeling the love.

I've got its frumpier twin brother. Someday I'm going to replace this with an Ironman in the same color scheme.

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No pink, but I like red.








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Oh gee....I don't know if I have any red bikes.

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Wish I could say I have fond memories of this beauty... but I'm not sure it was even mine.

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Fixed wheel again.

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Glowing pink.



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That definitely has me feeling the love.

I've got its frumpier twin brother. Someday I'm going to replace this with an Ironman in the same color scheme.
More of the family!



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Tommasini study in pink
I love pink. I love Tommasinis. And your bike is my size.
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And more....

The De Rosa with a nice 11 speed Chorus "upgrade".



Then there's the little LeMond Tourmelet that's now running a nice mix of Dura Ace/Ultegra along with some Wickwerks chainrings.



And the Basso with it's deep rich red.



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It's finally Feb - the time of pink bikes & the countdown to my birthday - 22 days!

Really need some new photos...I know I keep saying that lol. Last pic is the most recent, but from summer.
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Hey, I’ve also got a birthday this month, in 19 days.
I’ll post some new pics of my red Trek660 after I get back from being out of town for work. I’m sure everyone is sick of seeing the ones I’ve posted before.
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I know its technically Magenta.. but most people think its Pink



or a 86 Trek 560

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