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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2007 3:49 pm 
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Winter bikes??? Sorry I was expecting pics of some of our Canadian brethren bundled up, riding some Nokian studded MTB tires on ice or something. Lol


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How about these two then Morpeth,the Ghisallo is Jim's and the Vortex is mine.Both pretty much built the same,Record,new Ksyrium SL Premium wheels,trying out some Lupine Wilma 6 lights which are a vast improvement on the light n motion i used last year,race blades fitted when needed.Just put some guards on yours and be done with it mate :lol:


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Alan, that’s just what I have done, that and a set of campy clinchers for hacking around on.

Matt

Ps. Ride with one of your latest signings on a Sunday with Azzurri, quick… :shock:


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Today morning was -10'C. :shock: It was time to take out winterbike.


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thats really cool!! weather and bike!
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Tumppi wrote:
Today morning was -10'C. :shock: It was time to take out winterbike.

I lived in Canada for a few years, I couldn't handle the cold on 2 wheels... when it got that cold it was out with the skis and ice-skates instead,

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Heres mine, this year race frame has be demoted but I kept a couple of carbon bits on it.

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BARS: FSA RD 200
STEM: FSA OS115
HEADSET: FSA ORBIT CF
SHIFTERS: TIAGRA
WHEELS: SHIMANO RS20
TYRES: PRO 2 RACE
R/F MECH: TIAGRA
CASS: SRAM
CHAIN: KMC X9SL
BRAKES: ULTEGRA
C/SET: GOSSAMER COMPACT 38/52
PEDALS: TIME RXS BOONEN
SEATPOST: FSA K-FORCE LITE
SADDLE: PROLOGO SCRATCH
TAPE: PROLOGO DOUBLE TOUCH
COMPUTER: SIGMA 2006 LTD
CAGES: SPESH RIB


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One of most stunning (proper) winter bikes i've ever seen, genuinley jealous! Can't believe you can get proper mudgaurds on there. Looks amazing. :shock: very very cool, puts many race bikes to shame. 8)


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jalapeno wrote:


the above link is mine and it's pretty solid, I'm saving my pennies right now for 3 months bike touring through S America early next year but next winter I'll take this one step further into my ultimate winter bike with a titanium frame, still fixed gear with full guards but a ti frame for immunity to the salt and wet, Honjo polished mudguards (sorry, fenders) and ceramic rims, though that's unnecessary really 'cos there is only a brake on the front and that doesn't get used much as most is done with my legs.

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This is my winter/gravel ride.
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here's mine, ridden almost every day through winter, if you ride in the UK through winter without mudguards two things will happen.. you'll end up riding alone and your bike will get trashed.

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got rid of the strike now, back on a nice and comfy aliante :)


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Tumppi wrote:
Today morning was -10'C. :shock: It was time to take out winterbike.



Ouch, that would be turbo trainer in front of the fire for me then :)


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Makes the cold evenings a bit warmer. Stickers will be changed into the 2008 version.

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I'm embarassed to show mine!!
A £200 Dawes bike, with stick on mudguards, a powertap SL, a tl1100 cateye rear light, and a lupine wilma8 on the front. Same lights as Alan, spooky.
Guess who rides mtb?


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