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TheBugMan
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by TheBugMan

Damn! I have to check this thread more often!!
CLICK HERE to see my weenie

Click THIS to hear what happens when I see your and my weenie.

Stockie
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by Stockie

I made fun today holding a 'little photo shoot' of my growling tiger ^^

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I Will make the leap

italia1
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by italia1

Im new to WW and love this topic, also found WW to be great so far, keep the pics coming love them.

Hopefully I can add to it soon once I take some good pics of my ride :D
People with bling bikes who can't ride make me laugh, Cobo to make big statement in 2010

SkyeC
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by SkyeC

Here's mine...

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Time Edge Pulse, DA 7800, FSA SL-K cranks, Reynolds Assault wheelset, 3T seatpost, Pro "thor" stem/bars. Pretty damn happy with it.

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Zak
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by Zak

sweet sweet ride you have there. Beutifulle put together!

cmh
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ww4
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by ww4

one of my dream road bike, the Master itself :beerchug:

muzz
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by muzz

Stockie wrote:I made fun today holding a 'little photo shoot' of my growling tiger ^^

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is that the alu soloist? how do you find it? i've got it and part of me wants to hate it for the way it gives a bucking bronco ride, trying to throw you off but part of me loves it for being very quick!

Stockie
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by Stockie

muzz wrote:
Stockie wrote:I made fun today holding a 'little photo shoot' of my growling tiger ^^

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is that the alu soloist? how do you find it? i've got it and part of me wants to hate it for the way it gives a bucking bronco ride, trying to throw you off but part of me loves it for being very quick!


That is indeed an alu Soloist and I simply love it. Off course, the ride is not that forgiving. But, hey, this is a pure racing monster!
And, if you're not that old or have any problems with your back, you can also spend hours a day in the saddle. Yesterday spent 12 hours on this bike (2 hours of pause) and did 300 kilometres, without a single pain.
I Will make the leap

Segraves8
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by Segraves8

Not much, but she's mine.. 2005 Bianchi S9 Matta Ti
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Sleg8
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by Sleg8

@cmh

That Master in Saronni colours is superb. Looks sensational. Now it just needs some old school classics wheels. Maybe some Record hubs on Ambrosio Crono F20s?

Very nice.
"All I ask is the heavens above and the road below"

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Powerful Pete
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by Powerful Pete

The red Master is sublime. And I agree with others here, a traditional set of wheels would make her even nicer.

And I find the Bianchi very nice also in an understated way. Complimenti guys!
Road bike: Cervelo R3, Campagnolo Chorus/Record mix...
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cmh
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by cmh

Sleg8 wrote:@cmh

That Master in Saronni colours is superb. Looks sensational. Now it just needs some old school classics wheels. Maybe some Record hubs on Ambrosio Crono F20s?

Very nice.


Powerful Pete wrote:The red Master is sublime. And I agree with others here, a traditional set of wheels would make her even nicer.

And I find the Bianchi very nice also in an understated way. Complimenti guys!


Thanks all...much appreciated. I like it as is but appreciate the input for sure. I really wanted a steel frame with current wheels/gruppo. :noidea:

srhendricks
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by srhendricks

Just finished building my new baby.

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2009 Giant TCR Advanced SL frame ( Non-ISP )
Full SRAM Red group
Zero Gravity Negative G brakes
Spinergy Stealth PBO wheelset
Fizik Antares saddle

Total weight as pictured = 14.92 lbs
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Vida
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by Vida

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