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Old 08-07-15, 09:14 PM
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Originally Posted by exime
lol this guy is legitimately butthurt about black bikes
This guy is legitimately butthurt about the other guy being butthurt about black bikes


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Old 08-07-15, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by SirHustlerEsq
That seatpost looks much better without the branding. Did the hollow part help at all over rough pavement?
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Old 08-07-15, 09:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Bathwater
That seatpost looks much better without the branding. Did the hollow part help at all over rough pavement?
Not really, the Cannondale post is a bit more comfy. I also had crazy corrosion with that Al post.
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Originally Posted by Bathwater
This guy is legitimately butthurt about the other guy being butthurt about black bikes


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^ This guy is literally butthurt that about a guy calling someone butthurt about black bikes.

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Old 08-08-15, 01:26 AM
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Old 08-08-15, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by DR08
My two:

Colnago C60 size 61 traditional (15lbs 1oz)


Pinarello Dogma F8 size 575 (15lbs 6oz)
You need to give me some of your money.
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You need to give me some of your money.
He may not have any left....
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Originally Posted by Bathwater
This guy is legitimately butthurt about the other guy being butthurt about black bikes


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Melanophobia perhaps?
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Old 08-08-15, 07:09 AM
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Originally Posted by DR08
My two:

Colnago C60 size 61 traditional (15lbs 1oz)


Pinarello Dogma F8 size 575 (15lbs 6oz)
Not.

2 more generic, off-the-rack bikes that anyone can grab from their LBS. Not a lot of personalization. They just look cheap, TBH.
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Originally Posted by DR08
My two:

Colnago C60 size 61 traditional (15lbs 1oz)


Pinarello Dogma F8 size 575 (15lbs 6oz)
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Not.

2 more generic, off-the-rack bikes that anyone can grab from their LBS. Not a lot of personalization. They just look cheap, TBH.
While, I agree about the personalization, I don't think there's much more to update them on them. Still, a small splash of color anywhere would be an added bonus. If I wanted to nitpick, I'd say the chainring on the C60 isn't as nice as some of the other campy options, but whatever.

Originally Posted by SirHustlerEsq
I did my time with this beauty:


Replaced it with this:

Then broke it, repaired it, replaced with this:
That repainted Evo looks fantastic. There's part of me that would like a new bike and the other part of me still likes my Evo...maybe I should have it repainted...
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Originally Posted by SpeshulEd
While, I agree about the personalization, I don't think there's much more to update them on them. Still, a small splash of color anywhere would be an added bonus. If I wanted to nitpick, I'd say the chainring on the C60 isn't as nice as some of the other campy options, but whatever.
Right. Both just scream "my first road bike!!" without any thought to quality, longevity, or style. They also look heavy... 25+ lbs?
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Old 08-08-15, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by SpeshulEd
That repainted Evo looks fantastic. There's part of me that would like a new bike and the other part of me still likes my Evo...maybe I should have it repainted...
Thanks. I plan to keep this bicycle a decade, then it goes on the wall. The paint already has a ton of chips and **** from using it, but it's all one color and there is lots of paint left over so it's easy to touch up. I can race the thing with more confidence now because I'm not so worried about doing repairs on it and then matching paint, and it's super unique.

I say paint it, get away from the rolling bill-boards. PM me if you need the graphics files.

Also, check the head-tube:
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Old 08-08-15, 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Dan333SP
Not.

2 more generic, off-the-rack bikes that anyone can grab from their LBS. Not a lot of personalization. They just look cheap, TBH.
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Right. Both just scream "my first road bike!!" without any thought to quality, longevity, or style. They also look heavy... 25+ lbs?
Your sarcasm (I hope it's sarcasm) isn't translating well over the internet.
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If there was a Hot R Not thread in the recumbent forum, would it be considered rude to post a pic of this (please note it's all BLACK too and not anywhere close to a rolling billboard)...


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Old 08-08-15, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Gus90
If there was a Hot R Not thread in the recumbent forum, would it be considered rude to post a pic of this (please note it's all BLACK too and not anywhere close to a rolling billboard)...


no white garage door but the green wrist band gives a nice splash of color.
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Old 08-08-15, 07:43 PM
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@SirHustlerEsq how do you like that wheelset? that whole setup looks wonderful.
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Old 08-08-15, 09:21 PM
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Agree should have spent the money on a paint job
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Old 08-08-15, 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Gus90
If there was a Hot R Not thread in the recumbent forum, would it be considered rude to post a pic of this (please note it's all BLACK too and not anywhere close to a rolling billboard)...


Another rube falling for the same bland matte black paint scheme. What a total loser.
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Old 08-09-15, 09:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Dan333SP
Right. Both just scream "my first road bike!!" without any thought to quality, longevity, or style. They also look heavy... 25+ lbs?
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Your sarcasm (I hope it's sarcasm) isn't translating well over the internet.
Originally Posted by Dan333SP
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lol, I was starting to wonder if we were looking at the same bikes. I'm like, I've read your posts before and you seem coherent, maybe he's seeing something I'm not.

Originally Posted by SirHustlerEsq
Thanks. I plan to keep this bicycle a decade, then it goes on the wall. The paint already has a ton of chips and **** from using it, but it's all one color and there is lots of paint left over so it's easy to touch up. I can race the thing with more confidence now because I'm not so worried about doing repairs on it and then matching paint, and it's super unique.

I say paint it, get away from the rolling bill-boards. PM me if you need the graphics files.

Also, check the head-tube:
I absolutely love it. I have a feeling I'll be keeping my EVO for years to come as well, however, I'd still like a new bike again at some point.

I even know a guy that paints carbon bikes (among other things)...so tempting.
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Originally Posted by sheepdog84
@SirHustlerEsq how do you like that wheelset? that whole setup looks wonderful.
My only regret is not getting the 52s. When I bought them, I didn't race bikes and planned on just riding them all the time. They are significantly faster than my training wheels (T-11/CX-Ray/SL-23), would buy again.
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No carbon specific blue color brake pads for those Rails?

Originally Posted by SirHustlerEsq
Thanks. I plan to keep this bicycle a decade, then it goes on the wall. The paint already has a ton of chips and **** from using it, but it's all one color and there is lots of paint left over so it's easy to touch up. I can race the thing with more confidence now because I'm not so worried about doing repairs on it and then matching paint, and it's super unique.

I say paint it, get away from the rolling bill-boards. PM me if you need the graphics files.



Also, check the head-tube:
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2 of mine:

Logic:


Current look:




CX Gravel Commuter:
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Old 08-10-15, 06:25 AM
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Slick looking Ritchey. Love the gumwalls.

The cx is ok but I really dislike the red inner chainring. Also dislike.any front fork that has a bend that bends that direction. They tend to look like they are on backwards to me.
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Originally Posted by Fox Farm
No carbon specific blue color brake pads for those Rails?
I believe the only brand of blue brake pads are Reynolds, you can get other carbon specific pads that are gray/black. I'm guessing that's whats happening here.

Unless you're saying he should have blue to match the bike.
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