Show me your Winter bikes

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juanacity
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by juanacity

My trusty winter steed. Took this photo because I'm about to post it for sale locally. Bittersweet as I've really enjoyed the heck out of this bike, but selling to make room for the next one...

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Peter_E
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by Peter_E

My On-One w Campy and discs. Works fine w DT240 hubs. Schwalbe spiked tires.Image


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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

Here's mine; as clean as it's ever going to get given our current weather. 9.3kg as pictured:

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dogg
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marcello
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by marcello

My snowbike!
The Grimeca wheels are really heavy, but i like the look of it :D

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Quicksilver
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by Quicksilver

Focus on winter ;-)

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Summer trim

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Carbon statt Kondition.

HillRPete
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by HillRPete

dogg, totally digging the Trek.
Are you not scared of having to take a hand off the bars for shifting, when it's so slippery?

JackDaniels
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by JackDaniels

I guess this is my winter bike. It weighs a *ton.

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*Metric ton

dogg
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by dogg

wassertreter wrote:dogg, totally digging the Trek.
Are you not scared of having to take a hand off the bars for shifting, when it's so slippery?


thanks! its only 7 speed so im not shifting too often, even then its not really scary. slipping and sliding is all part of winter/snow riding. just gotta learn how to deal with it

ppyseguin
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by ppyseguin

Introducing my daily winter commuter: The Battleship!!!
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Complete with battle scars, rusts and salt stains:
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The weight @ 13.21kg:
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2014 Specialized S-Works Epic World Cup White Medium
http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=122929

dogg
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rebuilt my trek for "commuting" and running errands, before above

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could use a front rack and probably a fork but man is it fun to ride

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jbaillie
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ill principe wrote:Image

Frame: 2014 Ridley X-bow size L
Wheels: Shimano Ultegra WH-6700
Bar: Ritchey WCS Classic
Stem/Post: Ritchey Comp
Saddle: Fizik Arione
Shifters, rear der, cassette, chain: Shimano 105 5700
Front der: Shimano CX-70
Crankset: Shimano FC-R565 Compact
Brakes: Shimano BR-R463 V-brakes
Mudguards: SKS Longboards
Bottlecages: Elite Custom Race
Tires: Continental - Grand Prix 4-Season 28 mm
Pedals: Shimano PDR-540 SPD SL
Other: Garmin Cadence/Speed sensor


I love this winter build. I'm doing something very similar with a Tricross frame in the spring. I have the 5700 levers, but don't have the V-brakes I want. Do you know if the 105 brifters will be compatible with Acera V-brakes?

Dammit
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by Dammit

It's coming, just in time for winter. Oh, wait.

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BeeBee30
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Ti or dye!

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