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weeracerweenie
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by weeracerweenie

Hi all. Doing the intro like we all should have, i have been a watcher of the site for a while and im getting nearer to the freak side of weight weenies than i like. but thankfully im 16 so i cant afford anything. Anyway im mainly a roadie, sprinter generally. but i do enjoy a good fixie ride, and especially mountain biking (im a freak on a single speed as well). in the family we have lost count of bikes. but here is my favourite. :D
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completely one of a kind build. frame and all from china. wheels are american classic 350s. Group is Sram red. current form is 6.4kg with no special bits
I guess there's worse hobbies than making a bike light? Right?

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prendrefeu
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by prendrefeu

Welcome!

Love the tan sidewall tires.
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Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

Look sharp. Welcome.

At 16 y/o, I recall wanting to put Ultegra on seriously ancient Centurion something or other. The bike was old then, much less now! I think you're way ahead of the game with your bike(s).

weeracerweenie
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by weeracerweenie

prendrefeu wrote:Welcome!

Love the tan sidewall tires.


looked at the "tan" just before. its more mud now
I guess there's worse hobbies than making a bike light? Right?

weeracerweenie
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by weeracerweenie

Johnny Rad wrote:Look sharp. Welcome.

At 16 y/o, I recall wanting to put Ultegra on seriously ancient Centurion something or other. The bike was old then, much less now! I think you're way ahead of the game with your bike(s).


this is one of the nice bikes in the juniors category in NZ but some of the others spend serious $$, there are a couple on di2!!! cant afford the matching deep wheels yet :(
I guess there's worse hobbies than making a bike light? Right?

dummey
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by dummey

Welcomes. Also really digging the tan sidewalls. They just look so right!

claude274
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by claude274

Hi! My name is Claude and I live in the province of Quebec. I came on this site from a link of my pal Louis. I had a Devinci Sylverstone last year but recently bought a PedalForce CG2. Here it is...

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saroadie
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Location: Adelaide

by saroadie

Hi everyone,
Long time reader, short time poster. I'm located in Adelaide, South Australia. Mainly a road rider and when work permits, race as a veteran. My main bike is a 2007 Cannondale Synapse Carbon SL1 with Dura Ace 7800, SLR saddle and Looke Keos. Wheels are Enve 45Cs/CX Rays/Alchemy Elf/Orc. As you will notice, I am quite tall - the frame is a 63.
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"Bite off more than you can chew, then chew like hell." Peter Brock.

Zimboy
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Location: Perth, Australia

by Zimboy

Howzit guys
Mtb'er and "part time" roadie from zimbabwe, now settled in Perth, Australia. I work in a bike shop so, with staff discounts, i pretty much spend what i earn :)
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Here's my 2008 Ridley Damocles with reynold strikes, Dura Ace/Force gear set-up, Most Talon handlebar/stem, 3T doric ltd seatpost, selle italia SLR Kit Karbonio saddle. She rides nicely.
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ScottCrooks
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by ScottCrooks

My name is Scott, I am an engineer and have taken up cycling as a way to get back in shape. I ride every Saturday, (coffee ride) with my work buddies and have really enjoyed my time on the bike.

Here's my rides.

2010 Look 595

2010 Time RXR
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