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post #1 of 34 Old 12-18-2005, 6:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

LTR racing off season training. Next stop G-force house.

I look very short in one pick

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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

Don't know how tall you are but I wouldn't want to arm wrestle you - unless those are specially padded sleeves.

Nice looking bike. Your mate's Fuji looks good too

My ride to work hack, my "Sunday best" Colnago (frame will be for sale in the spring) and my Fuji fixie, just for training and having fun on. I've got another one, no picture though, a Vitus 992 boneded alum frame, Campag C-Record components (including ultra rare Cobolto brakes), which has sort of become my winter bike which is a bit sad really cus it's a lovely bike.

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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

Did a Train Right DVD on the trainer today.
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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

As soon as my buddy brings it back Ill post mt MTB... He had it training for some charity ride I think... Havent seen it in a few months.
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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

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Don't know how tall you are but I wouldn't want to arm wrestle you - unless those are specially padded sleeves.

Nice looking bike. Your mate's Fuji looks good too

My ride to work hack, my "Sunday best" Colnago (frame will be for sale in the spring) and my Fuji fixie, just for training and having fun on. I've got another one, no picture though, a Vitus 992 boneded alum frame, Campag C-Record components (including ultra rare Cobolto brakes), which has sort of become my winter bike which is a bit sad really cus it's a lovely bike.
I've got a Fuji though I'm sure its not as nice as yours. Dont ride mine near enough to justify buying an expensive one.
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I've got a Fuji though I'm sure its not as nice as yours. Dont ride mine near enough to justify buying an expensive one.
If you're talking about my Fuji, it's a very cheap and cheerful model. Retails at about 300 or so but it's exceptional value. Good frame, wheels OK. I've upgraded it with a bit of Campagnolo/Cinelli bling. Don't ride it much but a fixie is a nice thing to have. It'll get used more in the spring as a training bike. Probably.
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Looks like dis yo.
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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

I don't ride anymore because... A) I suck...and B) I can't stay on the damned things...

Almost forgot C) My old bones are brittle now...

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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

I think you should ride the bike not just drag it out to the woods and drop it.

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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

Heading out on the roadbike in uh...non-traditional roadie gear.

And my mt bike in front of my old house when it was minty fresh, ~3 years ago I think. The specialized saddle lasted about 5 mi up the street.

Proto, let's see the new bling!



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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

The el-cheapo route.

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Re: Cyclist post a pick of your bike Mt. or Road

Not the best pic, but you get the point. 2005 Cannondale Prophet 400.

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Not the best pic, but you get the point. 2005 Cannondale Prophet 400.
Well it certainly looks PINK.










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The el-cheapo route.
Those are good solid bikes for people who don't plan to ride much or on nasty terrain.

El-cheapo is a "department store" bike.



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Well it certainly looks PINK.









Dammit! I've got to get a real camera.
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