Show me your Winter bikes

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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

lol that pic was when it was 1st put together mudgaurds are on it now.
tikka
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strobbekoen
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by strobbekoen

Decal looks good, where did you have it done ?

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bbtheory
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by bbtheory

Does a cheap Pinarello work for winter???? Built this with used frameset and spare parts. Bought RD and Brifters at performance for $350.00 on sale, everything else was laying around the house.

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Morpeth
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by Morpeth

on the subject of mud-guards, is there are ‘correct’ type, race blades acceptable? Or is the full guard necessary?

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by chr

Just got this one:

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bbtheory
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by bbtheory

That's a sweet looking crosser CHR!
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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

Decal looks good, where did you have it done ?


it was a shop in england cant remember the name they are vinal transfers but seem to be very durable and easy to apply!!
tikka
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EspenBjørgan
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by EspenBjørgan

As winter in Norway means snow and shit like that, my winter bike this year is most likely to be a Bianchi Cyclecross. Haven't gotten it yet, but I won't be needing it before late november/early desember, so no stress.
Hell yeah!

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Jean-Michel
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by Jean-Michel

Here is mine.

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aki
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by aki

Here is my training/winter bike with Samu's new prototype of Signature seat.

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Rasmus
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This is my el cheapo winter beater that I built this spring out of old spare parts I had lying around, favors from friends and rummaging around in bargain bins:

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Extra #1, #2, #3, #4 and #5
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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

a white winter bike!!
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tikka
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Rasmus
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I even named it 'Snowflake' :wink:
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C a s r a n
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I love your Salsa, Shamus!!! :shock:


My winter bike... gotta be this one (now mounted with XTR pedals!):

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And -despite the wheelset- this titanium TT bike will be my working horse in the TT position this winter:

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