Eriksen w/S&S couplers and a pair of Pegorettis (non-WW)

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adirik
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by adirik

Hi, just wanted to introduce myself and my bikes. I wouldn't call any of these bikes weight-weenie, but I think they're cool. Hopefully you'll find them cool too. Someday I hope to get a true weight-weenie bike, but until then I'm pretty happy riding these!

First up is an Eriksen with S&S couplers and etched logos. The build list includes Campy Record, Edge 2.0 fork, Eriksen sweetpost and Moots stem, and a custom ceramic-coated 27mm Kinlin clincher wheelset with Alchemy ELF and ORC hubs from Troy Watson (Ligero Wheelworks). The bike weighs 17lbs (7.7kg) which isn't bad for a travel bike with couplers.

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Next up is a Pegoretti Duende, built with Campy Chorus, Reynolds fork, Thomson seatpost, Deda stem and bars, PMP headset, and a Campy Neutron Ultra wheelset. Weight? 18lbs (8.1kg), obviously non-WW.

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Last up is a Pegoretti Luigino. It has a Pegoretti steel crown fork, Campy Centaur, Brooks swallow titanium saddle, Nitto stem and bars, and a custom white DT Swiss wheelset with all decals removed. This thing is a porker and weighs 21lbs (9.5kg)!!! But it gets the most positive comments of any of my bikes. And I don't seem to be any slower on this bike than the other two.

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by Raxel

Uber classy build. Is the coating on the rim resistant of braking wear? Where can I apply such coating?

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Taz
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by Taz

I think I just jizzed in my pants...

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by majklnajt

Those are some tasty bikes you have there "adirik"!

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by TTiago

Taz wrote:I think I just jizzed in my pants...

Like this???

Your bike really shows up your good taste, they're all great looking bikes and i bet good performers too!

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Fantastic collection you have there... bravo. :thumbup:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
Supercommuter: Jamis Renegade...pastatrails.blogspot.com
And you can call me Macktastik Honey Pete Kicks, thank you.

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by ww4

A quality and classy collections you got there, it may not be ww but tasty to look at :beerchug:

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kgt
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by kgt

This is the most tastefull collection! Congrats!

phallenthoul
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by phallenthoul

ok I haven't been this jealous for very long time
awesome bikes! in love the Eriksen

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by Giant DK

WOW, all I can say is WOW!

You must really enjoy riding your bikes!
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by giant man

What beautiful bikes. Love the Eriksen with the colour-matched bars/stem and seatpost, and the Pegoretti Luigino, has she got a sister? What a stunner :wink:

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by KB

All three are beauties. The forks on the Luigino and colour are stunners. The eriksen also appeals.

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Zak
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by Zak

Holly cow that is something speciel. Thanks for sharing them with us. You are a very lucky man.

What are the wide bands on the toptube and downtube on the Ericsson. And how do those Troy Watson wheels ride, I'm looking at them myself? Is the braking on ceramic just as good as on ordinary aluminium?

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by phallenthoul

Zak wrote:What are the wide bands on the toptube and downtube on the Ericsson.

they're couplers.
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by bencolem

Love the Luigino :up:

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