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Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please
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Amusingly enough Steve had a very legit Paris Roubaix list at Motorola:
Of course the year of this monstrosity was 1993, which is also Steve's worst P-R year
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I think bike fitters would be disgusted by that ride position, the toes are so dangerously close to the front wheel and I can't even imagine how awkward a sprint would feel like on that bike
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How is that any different from a small sized frame which pretty much all have a degree of toe overlap?
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Mapei down under
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Honestly? I don't think that they have any room for much else on there!
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Doc Neeson - The Angels (Skin and Bone).
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I think Bauer and Eddy were testing and possibly trying to set a speed record on a down hill section. There were some articles about it when he rode that bike. From what I can remember I think he only rode the bike a few races, but that is just a guess..
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Am I the only one who gets ideas on things to do on my own bikes from this thread?
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I'm so happy the UCI killed designs like this one...
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That doesn't meet the definition of a bicycle anyway... maybe a pentcycle?
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No seat bike
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That is tony martin's off-season bike, when his plums are healing up from the griptape on the seat.