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Some of my Interbike Pics

Old 10-03-11, 02:58 AM
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Damn, he's one helluva rider
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nice photo dump, and great quality pics.
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BMC, thanks for your hospitality.....

I want. The bike in the background, of course
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Thanks for all the pictures! Lots of sexy bikes.
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crazy locks

kids first


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This can be useful in the garage


This is underground ......


indoor velodrome

well, the thought was there

can someone explain the benefits of having the circular structure on the frame?

really?
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Originally Posted by vstudio
can someone explain the benefits of having the circular structure on the frame?

really?
Laterally stiff vertically compliant....
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Nice pics. I find the pics of the roundtails hilarious. They, of course, look more elegant on the website, but these pics show how much extra welding at odd angles had to be done to make it work. This is an example where the inspiration shouldn't have translated directly into the design.

It kind of reminds me of when a 1st year architecture student didn't really seem to "get" the idea of inspiration. The student didn't quite know where to start so a suggestion to use the Red Cross as inspiration for their lifeguard station. The final design was literally the shape of a cross in elevation and functionally did not even begin to work.
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Thanks for the awesome pics. Can you please post more details (product name, company, etc.) about this child carrier? Thanks!
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Here's a link to the video of his awesome world championship downhill run this year, he won by almost 12 seconds. The commentary makes it even more amazing, "How does Danny Hart sit down with balls that big??!?"

https://www.pinkbike.com/video/216258/



HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I do appreciate the prominence of Dura Ace all over the place.
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I want. The bike in the background, of course
yes.....that bike has a look to it like it would take care of all your needs and more. I would like a ride as well.
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no picture love for BOYD???? I know he was down there.
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Pick a bottle cage
I have tried to locate these but i can't find them anywhere on the net. Anyone have an idea or link?
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Naidu, I wish I had more info on this but I dont unfortunately.
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I want. The bike in the background, of course
Yup, Olivia is a cutie. Wait till you see her BMC
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Did someone tell the guy with the LOLbars that his stem is on backwards?
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I think I found my next bar/stem/post combo for my BMC

These will look great on my Colnago

Cav's stem
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holy crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Smokin´hot pics! Things on fire in them!!! Thanks.
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Love the dog at the end and Olivia ain't too bad either
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Great photo's. Thanks for posting!
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Great photos! I see a few I wouldn't mind riding.
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Thanks for the awesome pics. Can you please post more details (product name, company, etc.) about this child carrier? Thanks!
looks like ibert to me
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