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Re: Let's see your ride! [Staz] [ In reply to ]
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I know which one but I will leave it up to him to tell you.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [bx3] [ In reply to ]
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Might have had 5:16 splits without that straw sticking up in the air.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Staz] [ In reply to ]
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I am an employee. I have a Cervelo S2 for sale btw. :) I've been changing all my bikes out and it's the last to go.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bx3] [ In reply to ]
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nice write-up, herbert
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bx3] [ In reply to ]
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Hey man... Thanks for a good laugh on a day where I really needed it.

Best satire of Herbert I have seen. How long you been thinking of this one?

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Re: Let's see your ride! [colinlaughery] [ In reply to ]
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I can't believe I missed that. Well done, sir.

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Re: Let's see your ride! [CobraKai Triguy] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [colinlaughery] [ In reply to ]
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colinlaughery wrote:
Hey man... Thanks for a good laugh on a day where I really needed it.

Best satire of Herbert I have seen. How long you been thinking of this one?

Tapering makes me do weird things. Lol

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Re: Let's see your ride! [Professor Chaos] [ In reply to ]
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thats a high pedigree stable !
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Re: Let's see your ride! [lacticturkey] [ In reply to ]
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Thank you sir. I am quite fond of each of them.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Professor Chaos] [ In reply to ]
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Re: Let's see your ride! [Staz] [ In reply to ]
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You have an amazing bike especially with a stealthy black with glossy decals on it.





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Re: Let's see your ride! [bx3] [ In reply to ]
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Love your work, nearly missed this little bit of gold dust buried here in the LSYR thread. Hence BUUUUUMP!!

Also, nice bike. Love these early Cervelos.

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We caught up with average age-grouper bx3, prior to his participating in the Canadian Iron 226 event this Saturday. He was kind enough to let us photograph his bike. bx3's bike is a NOS 54cm 2004 Cervelo P2K (9 speed) with 650 wheels. He picked up the bike in 2007, his third year of multisport competition. The bike has remained "stock", with the exception of an H3 front, and Wheel Builder Aero-jacket, up until 2014, where it was upgraded somewhat with new aero-bars, brakes, cassette, chain, and cabling. bx3 is approximately 5'10" and will be racing at 155 lbs this year. The bike in it's previous iteration has powered him to nearly identical back-to-back 5:17 splits in the 2012 and 2013 editions of the Esprit Triathlon.


bx3's 2004 Cervelo P2K, with Hed 3 front wheel, and Wheelbuilder Aero Jacket rear wheel.


What the wind sees


The front-end of the drive train is a 53-39 Ultegra crank, with 105 front derailleur. Look Keo pedals are attached to the 172.5mm crank arms.


A 9-speed Ultegra 12-27 rear cassette is actuated by the Ultegra rear derailleur.


The pilot's cockpit. Carbon 3T Aura-Pro base bars with alloy lazy-s extensions. A Cateye wireless computer provides feedback. Jagwire cabling throughout provides crisp shifts.


A Profile-Design aero bag is currently stuffed with 8 gels, a cliff bar, and 2 tabs of Gu-Brew ready for the upcoming 180km ride.


Alloy TRP levers are trusted to help actuate the speed.


Stopping power provided by a set of NOS OEM SRAM Red calipers, front and rear.


Primary hydration during Iron distance events is provided by the Profile Designs Aero-Bottle mounted up front. A standard bottle cage on the seat tube is for back-up hand ups from on-course bottle stations.


Smooth rolling 320 TPI Vittoria Open Corsa Evo CX tires keep this rider grounded. (Custom packing tape application seals the valve opening)


Another custom piece of hockey tape holds the wheel magnet for the Cateye in place. (4 years and still holding).


A Cervelo carbon seatpost connects this rider and his stock Selle Italia saddle to his ride. The dual seat post attachment is in the forward position. A saddle bag tucks in behind and holds a pump, chain tool, multi-tool, a set of levers and a spare tube.


The bike and rider, in action during the 2012 Esprit Triathlon, and featured on the Home Page of the Esprit website.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [DuGuy] [ In reply to ]
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here is the current stable.[/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/oFLgGG]Untitled[/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/people/25057373@N05/]chrisroundy[/url], on Flickr[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/oYfp5c] [/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/people/25057373@N05/]chrisroundy[/url], on Flickr[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/oYdzpG] [/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/people/25057373@N05/]chrisroundy[/url], on Flickr[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/oFLetH] [/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/people/25057373@N05/]chrisroundy[/url], on Flickr[/img]

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Re: Let's see your ride! [tri-tele] [ In reply to ]
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My new crit machine. S3 with Ultegra Di2. Profile Design 58/78 combo, Zipp SL-70 aero bars.


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Re: Let's see your ride! [jackmott] [ In reply to ]
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Awesome, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of those new FSA direct-mount brakes that look like Campy Deltas
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Re: Let's see your ride! [DuGuy] [ In reply to ]
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My custom Painted Venge

Wheels are for sale at the moment


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Re: Let's see your ride! [J-Gadget] [ In reply to ]
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that is crazy! you must go further.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [dsmallwood] [ In reply to ]
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I'm thinking about doing the stem and the bar as well to match, I don't ride enough to warrant the wheels which is why they are for sale, 500 casual miles on em!!
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Re: Let's see your ride! [J-Gadget] [ In reply to ]
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I don't even see a bike. All I see is wheels and a handlebar........
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Re: Let's see your ride! [bwain] [ In reply to ]
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What do you guys think about throwing on the leather brooks light green tape?
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Re: Let's see your ride! [J-Gadget] [ In reply to ]
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Not nearly as nice as most rides on here, but I'm insanely happy with it none the less!

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Re: Let's see your ride! [jackmott] [ In reply to ]
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Can you just order the P5 basebar/stem from cervelo/3t? Looks sweet btw.
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Re: Let's see your ride! [J-Gadget] [ In reply to ]
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J-Gadget wrote:

Wow. Kind of dizzying, but very nice work.

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