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airsoft510
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by airsoft510

Hi, I am interested in seeing everyones bikes, (lots of pics please). heres mine: cervelo soloist carbon. full dura ace. http://community.webshots.com/user/cervelocsc

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geraldatwork
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by geraldatwork

Doesn't qualify as a WW bike at 19 lbs but work for me. This is one of those bikes from the internet and what I was looking to spend couldn't touch it locally.
http://gallery.roadbikereview.com/data/ ... _002ps.jpg

mogulpal
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Location: Los Altos, California
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2mnyBikes
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Joined: Mon Nov 28, 2005 6:54 am
Location: Sacramento, CA

by 2mnyBikes

Thumbnails to pictures of my 7 road bikes. Color me obsessive!

'00 TST Titanium
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'01 KHS Flite 800
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'02 Ellsworth Flight

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'03 Basso Coral (crappy resolution)
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'04 Scatantte CFR LE
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'05 KHS Flite 2000 (actually an older frame on this one - replaced with '05 but no photos to date)
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'00 TiSports Titanium
'01 KHS Flite 800
‘02 Ellsworth Flight
'03 Basso Coral
'03 Specialized Allez Pro
'04 Scattante CFR Limited Edition
'05 KHS Flite 2000
'05 Serotta Fierte Steel
'06 Flyte SRS-3
'07 Pedal Force RS

2002SaecoReplica
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by 2002SaecoReplica

2006 Wilier Le Roi
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- Zipp rims will break if you look at them too hard
- R-Sys wheels will spontaneously explode
- The ZG crankset will never, ever exist
- Everyone needs Lightweights, even if they're fat and old
- Parts actually made of metal are SO 10 years ago

philischen
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by philischen

This is my ride:

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Updates for 2006 (not in picture):

Easton SLX
FSA OS-115
FSA RD-200
Tacx Tao Carbon
Zero G Ti-06
Black Nokons

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FORT TT
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Location: Roskilde, Denmark

by FORT TT

Early pic of my TT bike, in the process of being build.
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divve
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by divve

I crush you all with my big fat tires!!!

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Frankie - B
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by Frankie - B

ot, :oops: , Divve, where did you take that pic?
'Tape was made to wrap your GF's gifts, NOT hold a freakin tire on.'

Fred from Jupiter
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by Fred from Jupiter

Colnago C50
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hyperon
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nexusheli
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by nexusheli

Oh alright...

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In order of appearance:
1)My Pinarello Angliru which now has a Campy Chorus Carbon post and Record Carbon Cranks (big thanks to someone on this board who knows who he is!) in Lieu of my Pegoretti, which I'm sure I'll be waiting for just a few more months.
2)My old K2 Razorback HT, a special edition grass-roots team color bike, only made for a year and hard to find. That's a size medium frame that's currently built up for the GF, I also have a matching size large frame which I may build up for myself one day, but don't see a need to at the moment due to #3...
3)My current K2 Razorback Team SL. Pretty, huh? She just rode through about 6 miles of mud yesterday morning at a short track race held by the local cycling event coordinator. It was about 58F and pouring down rain, and she did beautifully. About 24lbs of fun (that's just shy of 11kg for the metrically inclined).
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Enforcer
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Lord Vader
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Location: Austria

by Lord Vader

Here's mine:
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Nothing really special, and the frame is 1-2 sizes too big for me. But in this year I'm going to by myself a new bike.

@philischen:
Is there any difference between the ZG 05-Ti and the 06-Ti?

philischen
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by philischen

I just took a look at the OG homepage. Officially the brakes are called "2006 Zero Gravity OG-05 Titanium". So I think they didn't change anything to the 2005 brakes.

Tillquist
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