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What road bike do you have?

Old 10-10-11, 09:07 AM
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That is one sweet ass bike. I'm a sucker for blue also.
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Old 10-10-11, 02:55 PM
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^ Very cool Colnago. Brings back tons of good memories from when I had my BiTitan for a couple years.
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Nice album. That blue is real sharp.
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My S2 with November RFSC 58s.
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Bravo.
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My S2 with November RFSC 58s.
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Here's mine... Nothing fancy, but I love it and it didn't break the bank.


2011 Trek 1.2
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IMG_2432 by Malocchio
Here's my Wilier Izoard XP - just fitted ProLite Bracciano wheels and Michelin Pro4s... I like.
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Very nice malo...
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New build — sans the EC90 seatpost I just added.



Eyeing this right now. Read good reviews on them. Anyone want to add any feedback to these? Thanks.

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LOGICK ONE- sweet Pedalforce, nice build. How does it ride?
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Thanks. I've been really busy to really have given it a good ride. The ride does feel smoother and stiffer (hehe) than my older Fuji CCR2.
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Originally Posted by TrekmanDan
Here's mine... Nothing fancy, but I love it and it didn't break the bank.


2011 Trek 1.2
Nice, not lose the reflectors, flip it, and take a photo from the correct side.
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[QUOTE=alexboer2004;13335515]2011 my bike from bucharest ,romania



While I am not, normally, a fan of Colnago (they tend to look too busy for me). YOU, sir, have one damned sweet looking bike.

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Thanks, I wish you good luck...

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Old 10-14-11, 09:38 AM
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My brand new synapse alloy 5. Forgive the crappy cell phone pic.

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Originally Posted by LazinCajun


My brand new synapse alloy 5. Forgive the crappy cell phone pick.
Nice looking bike. Before someone beats me to the punch though:
Flip it
Remove spacers
Lose the seat bag
Lose the reflectors
Find a white garage door
Put the chain in the big gear

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Old 10-14-11, 01:17 PM
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Ha! I expected that. I haven't even had a chance to take my inaugural ride, so give me some time.
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Old 10-14-11, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by LazinCajun
Ha! I expected that. I haven't even had a chance to take my inaugural ride, so give me some time.
no worries, couldn't resist.
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Originally Posted by Jaymadd
Nice looking bike. Before someone beats me to the punch though:
Flip it
Remove spacers
Lose the seat bag
Lose the reflectors
Find a white garage door
Put the chain in the big gear

I implemented some of your suggestions. What do you think?

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I like the saddle to bar drop. Frame pump ruins it though.
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Originally Posted by LazinCajun
I implemented some of your suggestions. What do you think?

You made my day!
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