Show me your Winter bikes

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grid256
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by grid256

The bars are FSA Omega's and the saddle is a San Marco Regal E demo that I've removed the 'Test Ride' logo from - both are Ebay finds of course!

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BeeBee30
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by BeeBee30

Just tweaked a little and started riding my winter machine again as the weather here in the Uk has started to become grotty lol. And yeah, I know white hoods aren't the best choice for winter, but they were going spare.
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Ti or dye!

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by bencolem

CAADHEAD that's far too good for a winter bike :wink: What's your wheel build? Guess the rims are open pro ceramics in black, what hubs did you go for (want to upgrade mine). Thanks

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You are correct on the rims sir, Tune hubs, maybe Mig 70, Mag 180 and CX ray spokes. And BIG Bontrager X-Lite tyres lol.
Ti or dye!

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cerro
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That's a better winterbike you have than my summerbike. Seems really nice except those mudguards who is to short to use here but maybe not as wet, salty roads and much company as here
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by NapD

Looks fun!

Here's the last time my winter bike saw snow (June this year..)

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terrific pic on the galibier!

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tinchy
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by tinchy

Awesome snap BGSM .... thats a lotta white stuff, wish we got that where I live :/

liam7020
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by liam7020

Here's my winter steed - ready for another wet winter on the northern coast of Ireland!

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Jman
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by Jman

Just realized that I don't have any decent pic of my winter bike. Note to self: Take better picture. =)

I have added mudguards and changed pedals. I also recently changed crankset from 50(!!!) to 44.=)

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plentass
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Author Traction 29er, thought it would be the best gadget to ride in snowy conditions :)

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LarsEjaas
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Here's my winter/rainyride-bike. Just finnished the build, so I havent actually ridden it yet :D

Chinese No-name carbon frame plus some Ultegra 6700 parts, Mavic Aksium wheels and a SRM powermeter.

8,7 kg. as pictured:
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Details of Crud's Roadracer MK2 fenders:
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Detail of powermeter:
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by Jman

LarsEjaas wrote:Here's my winter/rainyride-bike. Just finnished the build, so I havent actually ridden it yet :D


Nice winter bike.

...welcome to Finland with that bike:
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LarsEjaas
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Jman wrote:
LarsEjaas wrote:Here's my winter/rainyride-bike. Just finnished the build, so I havent actually ridden it yet :D


Nice winter bike.

...welcome to Finland with that bike:

LOL :lol: Here in Denmark Snow isn't that common, at least if you
forget about last winter (was VERY cold, snowy and quite out of the ordinary).

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