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Pic Request: Light/Baby Blue Fixies

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Old 10-07-09, 12:18 AM
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Pic Request: Light/Baby Blue Fixies

I hate pic request threads...but I love baby blue bikes. Want some ideas for my project...
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Old 10-07-09, 12:21 AM
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Old 10-07-09, 12:41 AM
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Not exactly baby blue, I believe spa blue was the color.

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Old 10-07-09, 06:06 AM
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Old 10-07-09, 06:20 AM
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Not really baby blue again
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ugh, that makes me sick. sick with jealously.




I lusted after and been inspired by this fellow's bike. http://henrylambert.wordpress.com/

I love eye candy. hope it helps.
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Old 10-07-09, 09:12 AM
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didn't mean to hijack, but what bike stand is that?
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Old 10-07-09, 09:55 AM
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Yes I'd like to know what kind of stand that is too.

Also what's your reasoning behind having so many expensive versions of what is essentially the same bike?
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Quit stealing ghost bikes.
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edit: i wanted to do this but with silver hubs, seatpost, crankset, stem, and headset
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Originally Posted by Roy G. Biv View Post
Yes I'd like to know what kind of stand that is too.

Also what's your reasoning behind having so many expensive versions of what is essentially the same bike?

Collector.

Those bikes are truly classic.
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Originally Posted by W!LL View Post

edit: i wanted to do this but with silver hubs, seatpost, crankset, stem, and headset

i like how your bike matches your shoes it adds extra style points!

and was this taken outside of the bike business in Sacramento?
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Yeh my bike
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Yes I'd like to know what kind of stand that is too.

Also what's your reasoning behind having so many expensive versions of what is essentially the same bike?
It's not mine, I wish though, it's just saved on my bike porn folder so I uploaded it, instead of trying to find it again

I wish I knew who's it was though, because I've seen other pictures of it when there was different bikes on it, but not as high quality pictures so I didn't save it
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edit: i wanted to do this but with silver hubs, seatpost, crankset, stem, and headset
That looks kind of like seafoam green. Is it that green in real life?
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Originally Posted by bluej7 View Post
i like how your bike matches your shoes it adds extra style points!

and was this taken outside of the bike business in Sacramento?
its not me. and id assume so since i snagged the pic of the bike buisness's website
and kato its actually a lighter blue in person. this photo kind of warps the color

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the new fuji feather comes in baby blue... http://www.fujibikes.com/LifeStyle/C...s/Feather.aspx
it didn't like my image...unless it was the sensors at work blocking it.

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I painted it, built it and sold it. It was too pretty to ride.
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