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east_eight
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Joined: Wed Jun 20, 2007 8:07 pm

by east_eight

These are all tiny!

I'll get my 65cm Seven Axiom with its 26cm headtube up here just as soon as I get round to taking a picture of it

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Bittersweet
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Joined: Thu Jun 21, 2007 6:49 pm

by Bittersweet

62 Merckx Team SC
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Bittersweet
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by Bittersweet

60 Ridley Crosswind
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Kuiper
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by Kuiper

You asked for it

Canyon Ultimate AL, Size: 60
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Canyon F10, Size 60: (Called these days: Ultimate CF)
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magic
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Joined: Thu May 17, 2007 3:48 pm
Location: Near Seattle WA

by magic

I just posted this in the Road Forum, BMC thread

"07 BMC SLC 01, 59cm
SRAM Force

Pic was from the first night home and after I finished putting it together. I've made few fit adjustments in the last week (it's 30miles each way to work over a lot of rollers and some short but steep climbs).
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east_eight
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by east_eight

Finally got round to taking a picture. Seems that it's a 64cm and not a 65cm afterall (I feel cheated)

Fantastic bike - best thing I've ever owned. First Ti bike that doesn't flex when sprinting. Corners really well for such a big frame.
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sakic
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Joined: Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:53 pm
Location: Sydney, Australia

by sakic

here is some of mine, I am 195cm tall. Orbea is now retired from work.

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mensma
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Joined: Sun Apr 10, 2005 5:41 pm
Location: The Netherlands

by mensma

Here's mine (62 cm), haven't posted a lot here, since you guys simply know a lot more than me! But the knowledge I picked up here helped me build up this bike:

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This was my Bianchi untill it cracked. This is a 61 cm:

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Cyco
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by Cyco

sakic, love the Pinna, but it needs some Record hubbed Campag rims for it. Preferably Omega 19s or Omega Vs with silver spokes :D
Success is how far you you bounce back up after being knocked down

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Boogie
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by Boogie

Here is mine Ridley Scandium 61 c-t!
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sakic
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by sakic

Cyco wrote:sakic, love the Pinna, but it needs some Record hubbed Campag rims for it. Preferably Omega 19s or Omega Vs with silver spokes :D


I have some AMBROSIO excellight (I think, havent seen them for a while) and getting some record hubs, 32's. Have the veloflex pave, black with tan sidewalls. Should be good.

Very far from a ww bike though, very far.

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jet sanchEz
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by jet sanchEz

sakic wrote:
Cyco wrote:sakic, love the Pinna, but it needs some Record hubbed Campag rims for it. Preferably Omega 19s or Omega Vs with silver spokes :D


I have some AMBROSIO excellight (I think, havent seen them for a while) and getting some record hubs, 32's. Have the veloflex pave, black with tan sidewalls. Should be good.

Very far from a ww bike though, very far.


That Pini is very nice though, do you have some more photos of it? Thanks.

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mrowkoob
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Location: Middle of nowhere, EU

by mrowkoob

Has it´s own threadin the gallery but since it´s an XXL (61).
Here you go:
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HakanC
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Joined: Mon Feb 28, 2005 5:09 pm
Location: Sweden

by HakanC

Time for a new bike in this old thread


My 64cm/7,21kg Canyon F10 (-05)

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LVGH
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by LVGH

My 60 c-c CAAD5 (59cm top tube):

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