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Luc
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by Luc

An old one...some new wheelset expected...
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Pollice verso.

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divve
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by divve

budda boom budda bing! ...it's my spaghetti bike.

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bike_add1ct
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Location: The Lowlands

by bike_add1ct

My road bike, since last october... In training mode.

Scott CR1 Limited, Campy Record 2005 w/ 2003 carbon cranks, Mavic SSC brakes, WCS Carbon 400mm seatpost, Arione, F99 120mm, Deda 215 bars, über-bombproof 36 spoke Open Pro rims, Daytona hubs. Mavic Wintech computer. Race wheels are costum AC CR420's, 1380gr, still have to take a shot of those.
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Adri
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here's a few of mine. The 1998 Litespeed Obed Ti workhorse in front, and the 2005 custom Hilset Ti that I use for road training, in the back

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Samsquanch
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38 pounds of love. My interest here is in fitness, not a light bike, although some weight savings would be nice... :twinkle:

2001 Marin Wildcat Trail
6.75" front travel, 7-10" rear travel

2001 Junior T DH, Fox RC Vanilla w/resivior
9 speed Deore XT rear deraillier.
Laserdisk DH wheels laced to Deore XT hubs.

I was going to buy a Trek Fuel 98, but the teenager in me won and I bought a freeride bike.

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Mephisto
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by Mephisto

here's mine:stevens s8 2005 (if anyone knows the weight of the frame please post here:
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12661)
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weight: 10,5kg

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

Lord Vader wrote:Here's mine:
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Nothing really special, and the frame is 1-2 sizes too big for me. But in this year I'm going to by myself a new bike.

@philischen:
Is there any difference between the ZG 05-Ti and the 06-Ti?


If your still looking, how about one of these hotties? A DEAN VADOR CTI

BTW I'm might be biased the one in front of my garage is my main ride :-)

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

More of my Vador...
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DiterDV
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by DiterDV

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Nice bike! From what year is the frame or did you change the colors? Because I have also a TCR but the colors are a little different and i'm thinking to change them.
There's no point in living if you can't feel alive - JB

killroy
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by killroy

Here is mine. 3000SL
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Cyco
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by Cyco

Samsquash wrote:
PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2006 12:36 pm Post subject: I win the heavy bike contest by far.


38 pounds of love. My interest here is in fitness, not a light bike, although some weight savings would be nice... Twinkle

2001 Marin Wildcat Trail
6.75" front travel, 7-10" rear travel

2001 Junior T DH, Fox RC Vanilla w/resivior
9 speed Deore XT rear deraillier.
Laserdisk DH wheels laced to Deore XT hubs.

I was going to buy a Trek Fuel 98, but the teenager in me won and I bought a freeride bike.


Lots of easy weight savings available:

Fox 40s or Boxxer WCs on the front and Fox DHX Air rear will save some weight and perform better.

Lots of weight can be saved in the wheels as well without loss of strength (actually can be made stronger) something like CK, Hadley or Tune hubs with D721 rims or the like held togerher with DT Alpine III or DT Comp spokes
Success is how far you you bounce back up after being knocked down

Ernie Bilko
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by Ernie Bilko

Dogma FP. I wonder if LJ recognises his old steed in heavier guise????
Screaming out for Lightweights or Boras I think!
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GotsToBeDifferent
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by GotsToBeDifferent

Everything but the kitchen sink as someone once said! And of course less than 15lbs... Amateurs don't care about UCI now do they?
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Rogue
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Here's mine. A neverending work in progress....
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Pain is weakness leaving the body.

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konglong
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by konglong

Current weight 6.58kg. Gonna bring it down to 6kg.

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