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Old 02-11-20, 11:07 AM
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Is your camera broke? Jeez man, take a new picture! Or maybe photoshop in a new background.
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Is your camera broke? Jeez man, take a new picture! Or maybe photoshop in a new background.
It's camera shy.
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what bike is this? I like the blackout!
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what bike is this? I like the blackout!
It is a no name carbon frame from China. I bought it 2nd hand about a year and a half ago for £80. Added full 105 groupset to it and a set of Campag Vento wheels. Runs like a dream. Very, very comfortable bike.

When I got it,, the previous owner had put S-Works decals on it - definitley not an S-Works! Wish it was lol. I added the red Batman insignia on the front, as my son calls it "The Bat Bike"

Still, a really nice bike to ride.
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Here's my bike at the top of a hill that I've always had problems with, been years since I've regularly ridden and was so proud I had to take this!
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My Waterford track bike -- and a pic or 2 of me at my absolute heaviest -- I was around 330 in these pics - im 270 now








And a pic of my custom track bike built to replace the Waterford --- it looks pretty sporty, but I specce'd it with a tall headtube - sloping top tube keeos the standover height decent even with the tall head tube -- and the integrated seat mast is there because slipping seatposts are a pain on the track (or anywhere for that matter) - plus I thought it looked sweet --- the bars also are extremely short and shallow compared to a traditional old school track bar like the Waterford wears

in progress



and - finished



The teal Yeti is my daily MTB -- current MTB fashion with a long travel 29'er has the bars up so high, I didn't have to make any special Clyde specific fit concessions to it -- its super comfy on dirt -- but feels a little like pushing a shopping cart on pavement



Daily driver road bike is a Tarmac ---- this is the pic from the day I brought it home, but I have made some Clyde specific tweaks to it since -- specifically I am using aluminum Specialized Hover riser bars, a steel railed Power saddle and I ditched the white tape in favor of black -- and it is now wearing more appropriate pedals --- the wheels are a proprietary spacing -- haven't done anything different -- YET -- but I am very careful not to hit anything with them




I have a whole passel of C&V machines as well but these are my main fleet I would say

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Lots of good looking bikes in this thread

A bunch of these machines you wouldn't even guess were Clydesdale piloted outside of some tweaks here and there (higher bars or sturdier wheels here and there ) ----- but a lot of full race high performance looking machinery in here too
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they are all stuck inside due to snow......but spring is coming
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I love the Helix bikes, they are so cool. I want one!
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I love the Helix bikes, they are so cool. I want one!
I haven't even ridden it yet.......I've been hurt with hip surgery, lol...just got it a couple weeks ago. Dying to ride it, I'm cleared to ride a little carefully, but its snowing,lol.....
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Here are 3 of many.

Road frame I built in a frame building class.


Current gravel bike- Fairlight Secan


Commute/touring bike that was my old gravel frame- Black Mountain MC
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From top left:Soma Buena Vista, Rivendell Sam Hillborne, "87 Trek 560, Rivendell Hunqapillar.

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Pinarello Opera

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Iíve got two that get an equal amount of seat time. The Blue is an all-arounder that I use on the gravel as well as the road. The Ironman is my road bike and is currently being set up with a Dura-Ace group. I started at 257lbs and have worked my way down to 215, but Iíll probably always be a Clyde.



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What handlebars are on this?
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2011 Trek 2.1.
My road bike, have have it for 3 years I think bought it used. Quite happy with it, just replaced the saddle with a Brooks B17, still getting it comfy
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