You're welcome.... now that I think a little more about it. I also love how Specialized does limited edition bikes for their rider's to commemorate big wins. I know that a lot of manufacturer's do special bikes for the final day of the tour if a rider is going to win a jersey, but I don't really recall many of them then offering those bikes for sale. Specialized does World Champ bikes, TDF bikes, Giro bikes, heck... they ever did a sepcial Roubaix bike for Boonen, several times. I think that kind of stuff is cool. I've known a few pro bikers and for the most part they usually just view the bike as a tool, get a new tool each year... but somewhere I hope some of them save the special bikes that commemorate some of their biggest professional acheivements.
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I can beleive it... They did a number of bikes to commemorate wins for him.
Thanks.... this was along the D&R canal that runs from Trenton, NJ to New Brunswick, NJ and connects the Delware river to the Raritan river. It is a combination of dirt, crushed stone and cobblestones in some sections.
Added a new ride on page one.... SL5 will be all gone soon and SL6 disc is the new new.
Busted out the proper camera this afternoon for some good pics. Man I love this bike... 3 rides on it and it just performs so well. It handles just like the SL5 did, but is a tick more comfortable on the bumpy chattery stuff. It seems to hold speed well, perhaps as well as my 1st generation Venge did. I really can't wait for the roads around here to get a little better and pop on some good road tires. The Rubino Pro's are good but not the same as Corsa's. I've also got a good bike scale coming, so I'll have a weight soon.
Very nice bike... Imho the SL6 haven't aged at all. When they introduced it back then I thought it was probably the most stunning bike out there and after all these years I still think so, especially in this colourway.
Enid: Scott Addict RC Ultimate Team Ed - 7.2 kg (in. pedals and bottle cages)