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Old 01-07-12, 12:30 AM
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omg my eyes
Reminds me of a nice belt buckle... would LOVE to learn how to do this.
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I thought I had clicked on the Jackass thread, and was so confused for a second haha
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Yeah with a wheelbase tighter than Miley Cyrus' fartbox.


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That last one could use foot retention and that gear ratio looks low to me, but it's still a sick bike and a cool wheelset!

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Old 01-07-12, 07:33 PM
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both those bikes look painful, pretty, but painful.
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Old 01-14-12, 08:39 PM
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reminds me of a combination of a penny farthing and a Cinelli laser......
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One of the first Kleins.

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One of the first Kleins.

a work of art
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That's the Colnago Super, right? It looks great but I feel like Colnago just got a $500 bike and put their name on it.
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Old 01-14-12, 10:55 PM
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I'll get in on this.

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those louboutins~
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is that a real merckx? the decals seem kinda plain.
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is that a real girl? looks kinda pimply.
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That Merckx is pretty meh, and mixing those major taylors with a technomic is like risers on jaguars.
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I love the simplicity of Sögreni bikes. Go Danes.

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That's the Colnago Super, right? It looks great but I feel like Colnago just got a $500 bike and put their name on it.
It does look like a Super, but the crank is different. Not sure what they changed.
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those louboutins~
So I'm not the only who noticed that!
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Am I the only one wondering why you two recognized a french women's shoe?
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Probably.
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Because the shoes cost more than 2 Kilo TTs. And all the ladies dig expensive shoes - these being the Duke of Expensive when it comes to women's fashion.
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Let's measure the expense of everything with Kilo tt's.
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Let's measure the expense of everything with Kilo tt's.
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