[Road] What do you ride?

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Bruiser
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by Bruiser

Having asked the MTB'ers the same question, whata ya ride?

I'm interested in having a look at the bikes of the other members, particularly so I know which are featherweight WW's and which are practical WW's.

This is my current ride, it's really good training but it's a loaner from a friend so will have to go back when I buy my Scott.

Been riding it for 6 months but these are the only details I know:
7sp RSX, Sora RD
Cromo frame,
RSX wheelset,
Track front wheel,
Gatorskin rear tyre.

What is everyone else riding?

Brian
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Rogue
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by Rogue

Here is mine:
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spytech
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What i ride can be seen here http://weightweenies.starbike.com/forum ... php?t=1191, no need to repost the pics

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doozer
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Here's mine..>>>
I'll soon have a custom Ax- lighness saddle/seatpost combo for it. I've already drilled out the gear levers and i'm hoping to get some plastic mud guards to save more weight.. 4.5 kilos is what i'm aiming for.. This baby is gonna fly i tell thee!!!

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spytech
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Is that a custom bike from american Choppers? Orange County Choppers. :lol:

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Bruiser
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4.5 would be easy if you lost the kick stand.
Drill the chain guard while you're at it and you could reach 4.

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by Villadsen

I really like the fitting of the rear brake. It reminds me of the first aero tt-bikes from the early 80ties.......

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Pinarello Prince
Colnago Ovalmaster
Kuota Khan
....all Record w/ some mix.

KB
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Here Goes
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doozer wrote:Here's mine..>>>
I'll soon have a custom Ax- lighness saddle/seatpost combo for it. I've already drilled out the gear levers and i'm hoping to get some plastic mud guards to save more weight.. 4.5 kilos is what i'm aiming for.. This baby is gonna fly i tell thee!!!



Never seen those top-tube shifters before, where can I get a set of those? :twisted:

rohaimie
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by rohaimie

hi Rogue,
what model is your Zipp wheelset? Are the spoke Sapim cx-ray? A friend of mine broke 2 spoke in just one month..Ain't good for training or recreational..
italian bikes rules!

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Superlite
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Heres my baby. Not as light as my old bike, but still, at 7000g it performs like no other. 8)
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Petacchi
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Its not the lightest thing in the world but it works for me.
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by Bianchi_EV4

6350 gramm including all ;-))
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