Well you guys saw my Cervelo S2, but here is another project I am working on. Inspired by others on this board I decided to strip all the aging paint off of my 2001 Trek 5200. I've been using the razor technique, and it has been working quite well. This was my first real road bike, and I use it for training, bad weather rides, and crit races. The white paint gets dirty way too fast for the ocd in me, so I decided it was time for a change.
This is when I first got it, and started cutting weight. I installed a KCNC RD1 crankset, KCNC post, carbon bottle cages, Syntace F119, and Racelite Carbon Bars.
Then this was the last pic I have it from this year.
I had changed pretty much everything on this bike since I have taken ownership of it. I've been through a lot on this bike. Raced my first race on it, rode my first century, it's been a great bike. I almost sold it a few times, but I decided to keep it, and redo it. I do still own the original Rolf wheels however, and it usually rolls on those. In the above pic it is on my Spinergy Stealth FCC wheels, that I use when I race crits. Here is the current state as I am roughly about 50% through striping the paint.
I hope to finish it in the coming weeks, and clearcoat the raw carbon. From there I'll just do one simple Trek decal on each side of the downtube, in matte black. Also I don't have that Red crankset anymore. I have converted to compact, and I now use a Force compact crankset on it, and I also have a new 2011 Force RD on it now too. I am also undecided which bars will go back on it. The Syntace bars in the first pic are great, and light at 191g, but I just got new bars for the S2, so I might transfer the K-Wings over. I really love the compact shape of them.