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Old 10-07-20, 06:10 PM
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Really got my hybrid where I want it now.
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Old 10-11-20, 04:53 AM
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Here's mine, lightweight and comfortable:

2006 Cannondale Synapse

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Originally Posted by KievanRus
Just acquired my first bicycle in 20+ years. Specialized CrossRoads 3.0 (2021). Excited as a coked up teen. Won't let me post a photo because it's my first post. Lame.
Nice!
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Really got my hybrid where I want it now.
Beauty!

Enjoy it!
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Old 10-17-20, 05:14 PM
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Picked up my new Trek Verve 2 today. Moved over several things from my MTB.

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Which bar end are those?
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Which bar end are those?
Ergon GP5. Nice but I think they were $70 when I got them earlier this year.
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Has anyone been crazy enough to swap one of those carbon fiber frames from ebay on their Hybrid?
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Old 10-25-20, 12:38 AM
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my Craigslist 2008 Schwinn Tourist, fully restored and reborn as a race bike:



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Old 10-26-20, 12:57 PM
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I don't think I posted my bike in this thread, I have posted other places...


My 90 750 from a few years ago when I got it back from a friend who was borrowing it.


Upgraded wheels, shifters, fenders, lighting, and gearing. Still playing with the stem and bars.
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Old 11-02-20, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Jmpierce
My 90 750...

...Upgraded wheels, shifters, fenders, lighting, and gearing. Still playing with the stem and bars.
So great. Those Trek lugged steel frames are one of my all-time favourites.

How is the tire clearance? I recall not exceptional, but I always wanted one for mostly off-road use. I would settle for one of the 900 - 990 series 26" wheel frames, if I ever found one in my size... which yours is!
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Old 11-02-20, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Wilfred Laurier
So great. Those Trek lugged steel frames are one of my all-time favourites.

How is the tire clearance? I recall not exceptional, but I always wanted one for mostly off-road use. I would settle for one of the 900 - 990 series 26" wheel frames, if I ever found one in my size... which yours is!
There are 700 x 32s with fenders, so good clearance but for only off-road you'd be better off with the mtb series like you said. Be careful with the size, this is a 24" (60cm) but I ride a 19" mtb.
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Old 11-08-20, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by mikehuangsd
my Craigslist 2008 Schwinn Tourist, fully restored and reborn as a race bike:


Awesome rebuild! What tubing is the frame and fork?
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Old 11-12-20, 02:09 PM
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I had the 2013 Fuji Absolute 2.1 out yesterday and took a few shots.



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2020 Cube SL Road race. Got to avoid public transport during the pandemic, but as im mostly WFH, it has become my primary mode of exercise.
Had an entry level road bike (Lapierre ) and hard tail (trek) about 5 years ago but both stolen.
The term Hybrid has evolved a lot since then as this bridges the gap between my previous two bikes, something i wouldn't have thought possible a few years ago. Id put it in the flatbar gravel bike category, if such a thing exists.
Its comfortable, nippy around the town and capable on trails. Easy to spend 3-4 hours on it without realizing.

Dont like it with mudguards, but necessary with current weather. probably get longer ones as these still allow my shoes to get sprayed.
Saddlebag is there for my repair kit (multitool, tube, patches, spare link, small pump, gloves, cable-ties)

An all round good fun bike!



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Old 01-08-21, 07:50 PM
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It was cool and very windy today along Florida's west coast. I rode 11 miles through the Weekiwachee Preserve - a former limestone quarry with 14 lakes to traverse along the way. Riding here is one of the best stress relievers around!
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Old 01-09-21, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by timgriffin2
It was cool and very windy today along Florida's west coast. I rode 11 miles through the Weekiwachee Preserve - a former limestone quarry with 14 lakes to traverse along the way. Riding here is one of the best stress relievers around!
Very cool, great pic. I'm down in the Lutz area by 54 and need to get up there to explore. So there are some good hard pack type trails as I'm sporting 700/35s? The family wants to go there walking too.
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Very cool, great pic. I'm down in the Lutz area by 54 and need to get up there to explore. So there are some good hard pack type trails as I'm sporting 700/35s? The family wants to go there walking too.
Small world - I live in Trinity off 54 and Little Rd.
Its a great place to bike or hike. Bring provisions because there are long stretches with no shade. There's a single permanent outhouse at the end of the paved road from the parking lot - about 1 1/2 miles from the lot. I turn off the paved road maybe 1/4 mile in - theres a path to the left that gets you off the pavement and out into the lake area quickly. Get a map if you can because those traild go every which way! The first several times out there I was lost a lot of the time but have it down now. The trails are mostly hard packed and can get very bumpy. I was worried with my Sirrus since it only has 700/32s. I had previously only been there with my Crosstrail which has a front shock and 700/38's.The Sirrus handled it fine. I've actually logged over 1,000 miles out in the preserve. I highly recommend it.
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Old 01-24-21, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by 3speedslow
Awesome rebuild! What tubing is the frame and fork?
aluminum frame, steel fork
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my ultimate gravel build, based on a 2006 Schwinn hybrid

hybrids are the ultimate shape-shifters!



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Old 02-04-21, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by mikehuangsd
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my ultimate gravel build, based on a 2013 Schwinn hybrid

hybrids are the ultimate shape-shifters!

What fork is that you replaced the original with? I've been thinking about replacing my suspension forks on my Traverse with rigid. I like the 1x too. Nice job.
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Old 02-04-21, 10:32 PM
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1993 Bianchi Boardwalk

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1993 Bianchi Boardwalk

2021 Giant Roam 2
The Roam 2 looks so much better here than on Giant's site. I've noticed some manufacturers really should do a better job of putting pictures on their sites. Looks like you have a 1x10 rather than the 1x9 Giant is now showing.

It's a nice looking bike.
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