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Re: Let's see your ride! [joesmith] [ In reply to ]
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Not exacty the porn posted on here, but they get the job done.









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Re: Let's see your ride! [cslone] [ In reply to ]
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finished building it yesterday.





my riad bike can be seen in the background here-


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Re: Let's see your ride! [cslone] [ In reply to ]
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How many bikes do you need Chris?! I guess you can never have too many...
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Suderdude] [ In reply to ]
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Here it is -- I've been meaning to post these since... oh, May 1 according to the watch. I'd also be interested to see how the other Polar Power users have their cockpit set up. In order to get mine up near the gear shifters I just molded a small piece of wood, wrapped it in black tape, drilled a hole in it, and used some ties to secure it down between the aero bars. No troubles thus far, and the watch is located conveniently at my finger tips.

Keep an eye out for this machine at LP!
Ah I want those decals! Calvin and Hobbes rocks, and the ones with Calvin's dad cycling are hilarious.

Where in the world did you get them?

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Re: Let's see your ride! [ace7196] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [livin4lax09] [ In reply to ]
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Nice job, but how much time do you waste in T2 undoing it to put it on your wrist for the run? It would be good if someone did a HRM that viewed from the side of the wrist like the timex watch. That would work when aero as well as for the run.


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Re: Let's see your ride! [beavertriathlon] [ In reply to ]
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You always need one more. :)

TT bike, the carbon stayed bike was my original bike, but I had terrible problems with it flexing when I sprint. So I used that excuse to build the Team SL, which I use as my "race only" bike. The last one is a cross bike.

So my stable isn't that iutrageous considering I race tri's, tt's crits and cross.

I still need a track bike, a backup cross bike, a mountain bike......

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Re: Let's see your ride! [livin4lax09] [ In reply to ]
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I spent quite a bit of time making them myself, actually. I scanned in the original from a comic book and then re-painted it in photoshop so that it would look decent enlarged. (I think the giro helmet I added was a nice touch) After I sized the image accordingly I sent it away to a print shop. 30 bucks later they gave me a big lamenated sticker/decal. After that it was simply a matter of tediously cutting it out and slapping it on the wheel cover.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Suderdude] [ In reply to ]
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2008 Orbea Ordu size 54
2008 Shimano Dura Ace derailleurs, brakes and TT levers
2008 Hed. 3 Vantage 8 Aerobars
2008 Bontrager XXX lite Carbon Brake levers
2007 SRM FSA Crank
Wipperman 10S1 chain
2008 Specialized Tritip Gel Saddle
Hydrotail behind the seat bottle holder with bontrager X lite cages
2006 Speedplay Zero pedals

Zipp 808's with American Racing hubs and wheelbuilder cover


Mavic Open Pro's with American Racing hubs


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Re: Let's see your ride! [Bman] [ In reply to ]
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Love the lines of your road bike in the first photo!

Who makes that frame?


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Re: Let's see your ride! [MOP_Mike] [ In reply to ]
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Love the lines of your road bike in the first photo!

Who makes that frame?
The frame is a Pedal Force RS2 that I picked up when they did their group buy a while back. The frame was $450 and weighs in at 965g. The forks are Easton EC90 SLX that I had stripped and clear coated to match the frame. I love how the bike rides and it climbs like no tomorrow. It helps that the bike weighs in at 12.89 lbs as pictured.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [JulianInEngland] [ In reply to ]
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Nice job, but how much time do you waste in T2 undoing it to put it on your wrist for the run? It would be good if someone did a HRM that viewed from the side of the wrist like the timex watch. That would work when aero as well as for the run.
I second that...I LOVE that watch and cannot for the life of me figure out why they don't offer a HR version. It's also great for inconspicuous time checks during meetings at work...

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Re: Let's see your ride! [ace7196] [ In reply to ]
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My Felt B12 after its maiden voyage.




More here.



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Re: Let's see your ride! [cslone] [ In reply to ]
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my machine



Giant Trinity Pro
H3 & disc
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Edonis13] [ In reply to ]
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finished building it yesterday.

[leader bike pics]



my riad bike can be seen in the background here-

Hello, fellow Leader owner! I finished building mine a couple of weeks ago:



It's my first build, and I got many of the parts used from the ST classifieds - so thanks to all who sold me some great components.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [ace7196] [ In reply to ]
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Here is my new bike
Specialized Transition Expert
Stock except for:
Specialized Stem
Fizik Tri2 saddle
HED Alps front (will be eventually replaced by an 808 or 1080)
Zipp 808 w/Powertap SL rear
Look A5.1 pedals



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Re: Let's see your ride! [bhellard] [ In reply to ]
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what kind of TT brake levers are those?





Where would you want to swim ?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bhellard] [ In reply to ]
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I remember that thing at MRT3. I came in a distant second place to you and your beast. HA
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Re: Let's see your ride! [gregX] [ In reply to ]
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what kind of TT brake levers are those?

If you are asking about my bike, I don't know. They are unlabeled and came with my bike.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [cslone] [ In reply to ]
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Wish I had a picture of mine but it was stolen on Sunday and the only pictures of it that I have, have me on it. See the P-3C stolen thread.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bhellard] [ In reply to ]
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yeah, i was asking about your bike. and i also looked on the sbi website for the spec's to your bike, and they give no details about them, just calling them "aero levers" or something.

anyone else have an idea who makes these? the actual lever part looks a lot like a tektro ...





Where would you want to swim ?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [ace7196] [ In reply to ]
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Here is my Dual with my light weight wheels for those days in the hills. Just over 15 lbs.



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Re: Let's see your ride! [ace7196] [ In reply to ]
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The one interesting thing to note. Almost without exception, all the tri bikes have the nose of the saddle directly over the center of the BB (+/- 1 cm or so). (For fun, I exported the photos to Illustrator so I could draw a straight vertical line to check.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [Bman] [ In reply to ]
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Hey,

Is the Arione CX compatibel with the Fizik ICS lights and saddle bags?

Alex

p.s. beautiful bikes...
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Re: Let's see your ride! [alexZA] [ In reply to ]
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Here's my new Ultegra P2C that I got from Tom. Switched over my Ultegra brakes and crank, switched my seat to my PD Tri Stryke and changed the bars to PD Cobra's.



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