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flying
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by flying

Here is my Cervelo. Work in progress.....yes I know the seat is ugly :oops:
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fdegrove
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Location: Belgium

by fdegrove

Hi,

Yes, that seat is ugly.....

Oh, another one of those garage doors? :?

Nice bike nonetheless. :wink:
Being a snob is an expensive hobby.

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flying
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by flying

fdegrove wrote:Hi,

Yes, that seat is ugly.....

Oh, another one of those garage doors? :?

Nice bike nonetheless. :wink:


DOH!! :lol:

I will never hear the end about that seat......Cervelo owes me for what I have had to endure....... :(

Yeah they also offer that garage door in blue but :wink:

Thanks

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stella-azzurra
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Joined: Mon Jan 23, 2006 6:35 am
Location: New York

by stella-azzurra

Here is my modest bike: Colnago C40 (Mapei) with Chorus components and Nucleon wheels. It weighs in at 17 lb. :oops:
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fffastfaz
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Joined: Sat Aug 06, 2005 7:17 am
Location: Australia

by fffastfaz

nexusheli wrote:
fffastfaz wrote:My Habit:

1. Litespeed Ghisallo - not very light in current disguise

2. Pegoretti CCKMP - asked Dario what it stood for (Cocaine Can't Kill My Pain :shock: )


Any idea what weight that CCKMP is coming in at? That's the frame with the Columbus U2 tubing, no?


Nex, it came in at 1063grams in a 55. No seat collar or der. clamp. Yes it is U2 Tubing, but I was under the impression in was made by Deda.

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syce
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Joined: Sat Apr 09, 2005 4:41 pm
Location: france

by syce

Image
soloist carbon

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nexusheli
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by nexusheli

fffastfaz wrote:Nex, it came in at 1063grams in a 55. No seat collar or der. clamp. Yes it is U2 Tubing, but I was under the impression in was made by Deda.


You are correct, that is Deda, I have trouble keeping my tubing manufacturers straight sometimes.

fffastfaz
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by fffastfaz

nexusheli wrote:
fffastfaz wrote:Nex, it came in at 1063grams in a 55. No seat collar or der. clamp. Yes it is U2 Tubing, but I was under the impression in was made by Deda.


You are correct, that is Deda, I have trouble keeping my tubing manufacturers straight sometimes.


Don't worry Nex, with Hydroforming these days, tubing manu. are having the same trouble :lol:

Bikes4fun
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Location: Singapore

by Bikes4fun

syce wrote:Image


Very nice colors.

fdegrove
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by fdegrove

Hi,

Very nice colors.


Indeed, that's one example of where the yellow of the Corima decals match the frame colours perfectly well.

I had to scrape away the yellow part of the decals to avoid making it stand out on my Kuota's silveer-grey-magenta scheme.

Ciao, :wink:
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GonaSovereign
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Location: New Zero Kanada 43° 40' 0" N, 79° 25' 0" W

by GonaSovereign

fffastfaz wrote:CCKMP


Dario is a Steve Earle fan. The name comes from the title of one of his songs.
http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/05.09.96/earle-9619.html

fffastfaz
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by fffastfaz

GonaSovereign wrote:
fffastfaz wrote:CCKMP


Dario is a Steve Earle fan. The name comes from the title of one of his songs.
http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/05.09.96/earle-9619.html


I know, sorry forgot to add that fact. He names a number of his models after favourite Jazz songs, lines etc

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Erez_Pinarello
Posts: 1211
Joined: Sat Jan 15, 2005 10:39 pm
Location: Israel
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by Erez_Pinarello

here are some of my favorite bikes:
1. ROMAN VEINSTEIN's 2004 boron 11'th placed Paris-Roubaix WILIER FRAME which I bought as a collector Item and long rides
2. My winter/trainner/roller trainning bike PINARELLO SESTRIERE 12 kg bike
3. My Prince LS 2002 with ONDA FORK - took Road masters national championships with it 2003
4. My Current TT bike - Kuota Kalibur
5. My Trainning TT bike - took TT master championships with it
6. My old WILIER LA ROI - just sold - directly from Lampre
7. My ever so favorit F413 in IB old colors - just sold
8. My new PARIS FP full carbon IB new colors - soon arriving and great pictures will be published - for LJ :-)
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Erez_Pinarello
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by Erez_Pinarello

almost forgot this beautiful masterpiece

Wilier Alph-Dhuez - custom 52X53 in 74degree special short bike custom for climbing - Just like the frame used by pantani to make and keep the record of fastest climb iin the AlpheDhues

I still have the frame which is special for climbing with 95 cm wheelbase :-)
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Frasertri
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Joined: Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:54 pm
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

by Frasertri

Some NIIICE bikes in here!

Here are some of mine (don't have pix of all...):
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My WW project (work in progress..)
My WW project (work in progress..)
My Fixie
My Fixie
My classic vintage Mercian
My classic vintage Mercian
My Aegis TT bike
My Aegis TT bike

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