Show me your Winter bikes

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AnthonySJB
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by AnthonySJB

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xena
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Xena a demi god among the digital demimonde that is WW community

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iwantone
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by iwantone

Without bottles and fenders, it was sitting right around 6.8kg.
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Monte
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by Monte

Without fenders and carbon bottle cages

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

Mine in what is currently its perpetual state. This picture pretty much sums up winter training in the UK at the moment.

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naambezet
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by naambezet

Not persé winterbike, but I winterised it with cheaper wheels (yes yes, I know, but those wheels were the best cheap wheels I could buy) and added fenders.
And I forgot to put it on big ring front and small back for the photo.
And I also know that the rear cable is too short, will fix that at the beginning of the season
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thp
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by thp

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Random nice day so no fenders.

theblackgold
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by theblackgold

In Winter just ride MTB :)
I would really aprreciate it if you guys could give me a like here https://www.facebook.com/r2bike/photos/ ... =3&theater so that i get a little faster! Thanks a lot!
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nemeseri
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CAAD10 (Size 48) with PDW full metal fenders. Ultegra 6800, Pioneer Power Meter, H+Son Archetype rim w/ white industries t11 hubs.

Squashednuts
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by Squashednuts

Focus Izalco Max Disc
In need of a good wash
My winter bike as it's used throughout the winter.
Lowest temp -4ish this winter and more rain the usual

It's also summer and race bike... yep, my only bike
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When competing I remove all lights & pump.

Have been knocked off bike before so I'm keen to be seen...hence multitude of lights


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alexneumuller
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Winter Bike all ready to go!


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Parlee Z-Zero Disc
Stinner Frameworks Ti
Speedvagen 2017
Colnago C64
Independent Fabrication Crown Jewel TI
Felt IAFRD
Cannondale Super Evo Six 2017
Opencycle O-1.0
Open New UP 2017
Canyon Inflite 9.0 2015

probertsqbe
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by probertsqbe

Condor Fratello Ready for UK winterImage

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

Here's mine. Wheels and chainset aside, this will be its fourth winter:

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Build List

Frame: Kinesis TK3 54cm
Fork: Kinesis Tracer
Headset: FSA No.42
Seatpost: Kinesis UD Carbon 27.2mm
Shifters: Campagnolo Chorus
Brakes: TRP RG957 with Swissstop Race Pro pads
RD: Campagnolo Super Record (with Record faceplate)
FD: Campagnolo Chorus band-on
Cassette: Campagnolo Chorus 12-27
Chainset: Campagnolo Chorus (2015 version) 53/39 172.5mm or SRM Campagnolo 5-bolt 53/39 172.5mm (not shown)
BB cups: Campagnolo Ultra-Torque BSA
Handlebar: Deda Zero 100 44cm
Stem: Deda Zero 100 120mm
Garmin mount: Bar Fly 2.0
Brake Cables: Campagnolo
Chain: Campagnolo Chorus
Cages: Elite Custom Race
Pedals: Look Keo Blade 16Nm
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Flow
Handlebar Tape: Lizard Skins DSP
Wheelset: Campagnolo Zonda C17
Tyres: Vittoria Open Pavé 25mm (I also use 27s when the weather gets really bad)
Mudguards: SKS Chromoplastic with RAW rear flap

Weight as pictured: 8.5kg

Bondurant
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by Bondurant

Snap! on the TK3, though I have the blue version. Great winter frame, recently gone 11 speed Campag on mine as well after my ancient 10 speed record shifters finally gave up the ghost.

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