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Re: Let's see your ride! [OneGoodLeg] [ In reply to ]
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Sweet flashback... guess this is what passes for old-skool now in the Carbon Era. I almost got one of those back in the day, but then one of my buddies went out and got one first so I didn't want to look like a copycat and had to one-up him instead, so I saved up a little while longer and got a Dean carbon (even though they were mostly known for Ti frames, they had a brief run built from Kestrel blanks). One of the officers on our ship at the time had the 2500 version too (i think ~ same frame, but the Dura-Ace trim).

Whoa, that brings back memories! Thank gawd for that Trek sponsorship back then, because I couldn't afford to keep replacing frames when the tubes seperated from the lugs. Look, don't get me wrong, it was a great bike for the time (Look & Time may have been better but I never rode either), but Trek hadn't mastered bonding lugs and carbon. I rode several 2500's in black/grey (Dura Ace) and 2300's in Black/blue (Ultegra). One of my 2500's weighed just over 16 lbs. in a 52cm, which was lite for that time.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [DuGuy] [ In reply to ]
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A few pics of the S2 I picked up a few days ago. I still hope to black out the Zipps.




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Re: Let's see your ride! [ozjt23] [ In reply to ]
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ozjt23 wrote:
I have a venge to show off.
My steed for Toronto on the weekend.

Far too early in the morning for this kind of bike porn. However, if I want certain before, I am now, Venge incoming.

Good job.

Cheers

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Re: Let's see your ride! [chrisbint] [ In reply to ]
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Hailing from Vancouver Island British Columbia, proudly showing off my hand-stripped and clear coated forks. soon to be entire bike!



Argon18 always, why? because science is the easiest band wagon to jump on.

The best pace is a suicide pace- and today looks like a good day to go to heaven.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [chrisbint] [ In reply to ]
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Thank you sir! I appreciate your kind words! The Tarmac's are very nice, but there's definitely something that makes my heart skip a beat when it comes to aero road frames! The girlfriend was wondering why I didn't take her out to dinner for the last 3 months, then she saw the bike and instantly knew I was cheating on her.

Yup, a size 52!
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Re: Let's see your ride! [islandboy] [ In reply to ]
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Is that a blue sky I see on Vancouver Island???

I lived in Shawnigan Lake for the better part of a year, and my best investment was a 30-year old Miyata road bike that could fit 40mm tires and fenders. Every single ride was soggy. Great mountain biking and running though!
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Jamaican] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Jamaican] [ In reply to ]
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Very clean. What frame?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [GreenPlease] [ In reply to ]
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Very clean. What frame?

Dengfu FM087, 3T Fork, TriRig Omega. Zipp Pads & Extensions. I'll post some more shots soon.


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CERVELO SLC TT - Side picture is not great as it seems like there is no drop but there is. Not the ideal set up but I was able to say in the aero position longer than I have in years and my back feels much better. Damn Arthritis.

14.25 lbs.




AERO & LIGHT is RIGHT

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Re: Let's see your ride! [BMANX] [ In reply to ]
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Time for an update. Trek Speed Concept 9.9 w/ Bontrager Aeolus D3 9's and Dengfu FM098 w/ Zipp 1080's




Jack Toland
Long Beach, CA | Boulder, CO | Kirkland, WA
PremierBike | University of Colorado Triathlon | D3 Multisport

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Re: Let's see your ride! [JTolandTRI] [ In reply to ]
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I'm so jelly Jack.

Can I haz your bike?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [JTolandTRI] [ In reply to ]
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The white spokes on the SC look nice. I'm thinking about going to red spokes on my ENVEs at some point. Just to mix it up.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [JTolandTRI] [ In reply to ]
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what drive train your running?

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Re: Let's see your ride! [nebeachbum] [ In reply to ]
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SC: Dura Ace 9070 Di2 w/ FSA P2M
Road: Ultegra 6770 Di2 (closeout when 11-speed introduced_

Jack Toland
Long Beach, CA | Boulder, CO | Kirkland, WA
PremierBike | University of Colorado Triathlon | D3 Multisport

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Re: Let's see your ride! [JTolandTRI] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Jamaican] [ In reply to ]
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Jamaican wrote:
GreenPlease wrote:
Very clean. What frame?


Dengfu FM087, 3T Fork, TriRig Omega. Zipp Pads & Extensions. I'll post some more shots soon.

Been looking at that frame. Estimated price for your setup w/o wheels?
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Need to clean up the cables still but it's getting there.


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Re: Let's see your ride! [Andy STi] [ In reply to ]
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Fully baked for Whistler this weekend... Rolling this with a black/red P09 and Octane Suit. At least it will look fast!
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Re: Let's see your ride! [PeteDin206] [ In reply to ]
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New toy.

Yes its steel. Soma B-Side with adjustable sliders should I want to go single. X-Fusion Enix fork. Chris King headset. E thirteen crank and bb, Raceface narrow wide ring Thomson seat post, stem and seat post collar. Raceface low rowers bars with Specialized handlebar grips. X-9 right side shifter and a X-9 roller rear derailleur 1 by 10, Fizik Gobi saddle, Shimano XT brakes and Ice rotors, XTR skewers. Chris King hubs laced with Wheelsmith spokes and nipples to Stans Crest rims. Sram chain and Xpedo pedals MF 4 titanium. Set up tubeless with Rocket Rons. XO cassette. 650B bike.

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Trail tested yesterday. The 27.5 hype is true. Best of the 26 and 29 in wheels. Very stiff and responsive and rolls over almost everything.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Juanmoretime] [ In reply to ]
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It always seems so wrong that your rear cassette is bigger than your front chainring.

AERO & LIGHT is RIGHT

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Re: Let's see your ride! [DuGuy] [ In reply to ]
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2014 Salsa Fargo. Steel Frame/Fork.
Shimano XT drivetrain 40/26 and 11-36 10 speed
Shimano 105 shifters
TRP Spyre brakes
Stan's wheels, Specialized Tires setup tubeless.
Salsa Cowbell 2 bars.
Lots of spacers for a drop-centric position.


Revelate Designs bags for bikebacking not pictured.

It has bosses for 5 water bottles (2 inside the triangle, 1 under the downtube, and 2 on the fork legs) and with the Revelate seat, frame, jerry can and feed bags and set of Zipp clip-ons it looks like I might be able to hold at least enough gear, calories and fluids as the average bike in an IM transition area.



Suffer Well.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [BMANX] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [jmh] [ In reply to ]
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2008 P3 which I recently rebuilt. My original fork rusted out, so I had to replace it. Components are new; 2013 Campagnolo 11 speed. R2C shifters are *incredible* on this bike. Will probably get smaller risers as I continue to dial-in the position. Fork will be cut smaller when position is finalized.

Here it is today:


Here it was prior to the rebuild (notice the spacers!)

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Re: Let's see your ride! [jmh] [ In reply to ]
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There's a TON of wonderful ridding out there between the roads and the single track. Lovely bike!
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