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schs
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by schs

Hi all :welcome:

I decided that I may participate actively here at WW instead of only reading. I will post some text later, you can check out some of my bikes at http://vive-le-velo.blogspot.ch.

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majklnajt
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by majklnajt

:welcome:

Looking at your bikes...... you are a man with taste! :thumbup:

by Weenie


schs
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by schs

Thanks! I have some other bikes - a very nice Pinarello, 2 Zullo, one Serotta (to be precise: it's my wife's bike...), some other older bikes as well. More will follow later. Cheers

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kgt
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by kgt

Impressive collection!

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

Very, very impressive collection. Oh, and :welcome:
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
Supercommuter: Jamis Renegade...pastatrails.blogspot.com
And you can call me Macktastik Honey Pete Kicks, thank you.

paddyrider
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by paddyrider

Oh wow, my jaw just hit the floor! Particularly like the De Rosa. Your bikes are built so well - very traditional but very racy, and very aggressive looking - tight cassette ratio, and reach and drop is slammed!

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

:welcome: Another welcome! Such an awesome collection of bikes. Just looking at your blog makes me feel 30 years younger. :shock:
RESIDENT GRUMPY OLD MAN.

schs
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by schs

Juanmoretime wrote::welcome: Another welcome! Such an awesome collection of bikes. Just looking at your blog makes me feel 30 years younger. :shock:

Thanks! You just reminded me that I'm not so young anymore :-)

schs
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by schs

paddyrider wrote:Oh wow, my jaw just hit the floor! Particularly like the De Rosa. Your bikes are built so well - very traditional but very racy, and very aggressive looking - tight cassette ratio, and reach and drop is slammed!

Yes, the De Rosa is the one I currently like the most. Over the next few weeks I will post pictures of my newest bike, a Pinarello Prince from 1999.

schs
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by schs

Two new entries on my blog: one is a Storck Scenario Pro with Storck Stiletto fork and Shimano DA 7700 group set. I got the frame brand new a while back and simply had buy it. I love the Ferrari-red so much!

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Second is an Alan Record with a mix of Campa components. What I like the most is the comfort of the Alan - a really smooth ride. When I compare that to the Storck Scenario Pro, well...

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More pictures: Storck and Alan.

jdp211
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by jdp211

What fork is on that storck?

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N.T
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by N.T

looks like storck stiletto light
Fuelled by kofein

schs
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by schs

N.T wrote:looks like storck stiletto light

Yes, exactly.

veloman
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by veloman

Sorry but you don't meet the minimum number of bicycles required to post on this site. Seriously, that's a wonderful collection. Do you ride them all?

by Weenie


schs
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by schs

Yes, I ride all of them. I will put some other bikes on my blog in the following weeks.

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