what bike do you like best

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lrdunc
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by lrdunc

Personally, not a fan of any of these. Are any of them yours? Or are you considering getting one of them?

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by HillRPete

Hey the first one is not so bad. Any chance to match the subtle frame decal style on the Zipps?

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by Tqubed

I had a madone 5.9 a few years ago and received a lot of compliments on it. I like the Cervelo but not the wheels.


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by BmanX

Which one is the lightest?
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2, 3, 4, 1.
Madone 9 https://goo.gl/7UwZpV
Crockett https://goo.gl/f5PdCN
Madone 5 https://goo.gl/cMdyFo

Madone 4, Cobia. I own a lot of Treks.

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by greenplay

BmanX wrote:Which one is the lightest?

the scott

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by xena

greenplay wrote:
BmanX wrote:Which one is the lightest?

the scott


Are they all your bikes ?

I don't mind them, but the fit makes them all look ugly.
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I like the scott.
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by jimaizumi

I think you need to be more specific.. Are these all your bikes need to round down your collection to just one? Or are you in the market for a bike and these are your options? Just doling out random bikes and asking what "we" vs "you" like can take this discussion off the beaten track..
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by NiFTY

I would take the 1st but i think there are too many spacers, especially for a frame with a high stack already.

The 2nd one has sooooo many decals, labels all over it. Nobody needs to know every single brand that you are riding. I would lose the zipp stickers, valve covers, warning labels on di2 mechs, acetone the 3T stem and correct the position of the SMP as that is NOT how they should be setup - at all. Also has focus cages on a cervelo - sand them down.

3 - No drop, ugly cage and saddle bag, mismatched tape and saddle.

4. Mismatched saddle and tape, +ve rise stem, sidi sticker on fork (seriously - why?)
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by mgoles

I would pick that R5... but you need to remove zipp decals, and get rid of spacers...

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by BmanX

Put all the lightest parts on the R5 and call it a day.
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by greenplay

BmanX wrote:Put all the lightest parts on the R5 and call it a day.

best get on with taking off stickers ect .yes all bikes are my bikes like them all too

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mgoles wrote:I would pick that R5... but you need to remove zipp decals, and get rid of spacers...


And get rid of the valve caps on all of 'em too :twinkle:

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