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magic 02-28-2013 10:03 PM

Bike Pjorn
 
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Tri bike and Track bike that is, my 2013 season rides are ready. I 2013 legs are catching up on the trainer!

grant_west 03-01-2013 7:50 AM

Shawn: wow your track bike at the bottom is one bad mo fo. If batman rode track that would be his whip. I think you have the baddest bikes on W/W . Ill post one of my transition so I don't leave you hangin. Be sure to remove your bikes from the roof rack when entering the garage. BMC R.I.P

magic 03-01-2013 8:03 AM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1809338)
Shawn: wow your track bike at the bottom is one bad mo fo. If batman rode track that would be his whip. I think you have the baddest bikes on W/W . Ill post one of my transition so I don't leave you hangin. Be sure to remove your bikes from the roof rack when entering the garage. BMC R.I.P

Killing me with the garage reminders.... by the way my wife *might* managed to get my ride in the garage with the cargo/ski box on top. She did not however manage to get it out in one piece...

deuce 03-01-2013 8:10 AM

Nice!!!!

grant_west 03-01-2013 9:32 AM

Shawn; so the cargo/ski box made it in the garage BUT not out?
Mad max style "2 Men enter 1 Man Leave" LoL

magic 03-01-2013 10:37 AM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1809362)
Shawn; so the cargo/ski box made it in the garage BUT not out?
Mad max style "2 Men enter 1 Man Leave" LoL

Kid, dog, ski gear, bunch of other stuff in the car in the way in. Just her on the way out. That was the difference. Oh, and she is blonde.

kstateskier 03-04-2013 11:41 PM

Great looking bikes!

magic 03-05-2013 9:58 AM

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Here are the old bikes, these where ripped off from our garage towards the end of last summer. Both bikes where in race trim, so well over $10K worth of bikes and race wheels went out the garage. My wife's bike was stolen too, but it was found in near by woods unharmed. My Tri and Track bikes never showed up, so the matching Argon pair are insurance replacements. The shop I race for, Argon is one of the brands they carry.

grant_west 03-05-2013 10:33 AM

Sean your seat is too low.

LoL

That's a sort of inside joke for people that frequent Slowtwitch. People over at that fourm Can somehow magically fit someone on their bike without seeing a picture of them and tell them things like Your Seat it to low. LOL

magic 03-05-2013 11:58 AM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1809842)
Sean your seat is too low.

LoL

That's a sort of inside joke for people that frequent Slowtwitch. People over at that fourm Can somehow magically fit someone on their bike without seeing a picture of them and tell them things like Your Seat it to low. LOL

Hence why I only use ST for the classified section of their forum. ;)

kstateskier 03-05-2013 8:27 PM

That place about scared me out of doing my first triathlon. I go to BT if I need anything these days. How did you insurance take care of you on the bikes? Obviously it looks like the replacement gear is very nice!

magic 03-06-2013 9:43 AM

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Originally Posted by kstateskier (Post 1809976)
That place about scared me out of doing my first triathlon. I go to BT if I need anything these days. How did you insurance take care of you on the bikes? Obviously it looks like the replacement gear is very nice!

The Insurance thing was an eye opener. We were way over insured on our houses (primary and rental) and under insured on our cars. They covered the bikes less depreciation and our $1000 deductible but I did not have a separate policy for them. This means we have a claim against our house and needed to adjust our policies or get dropped by the Ins company,.

Adding bikes on a separate policy via our home ins company is crazy expensive. I am slowly shopping for separate bike ins to see if there is s policy out there that makes sense $ wise.

I bought the Zipp wheels my self, did not use the Ins money for them. The bikes and the HED disc for he track bike pretty much wiped out the Ins money. I got the ZIpp 1080 for a screaming deal and it's brand new. The Sub9 disc is used and a bit beat up. I serviced the hub and its like new now. The carbon skin has a few dings in it that I filled and colored in. ALl of the race wheels are tubulars as that is what I want to run on the track and I wanted to be able to use the front between Tri's and Track. It will mostly see Track duty this season. Kinda funny now that there are so many really good clincher options out there for race wheels it's getting easier and easier to find great deals on tubular wheels. HED and that track disc was a PITA to deal with. Not sure I'd source an other track wheel from them ever.

kstateskier 03-06-2013 11:34 AM

It's terrible that whoever did this had to have some knowledge of what they were worth, which means they were more than likely part of the cycling community. It sucks that you can't even feel safe with stuff inside your property anymore.

magic 03-06-2013 12:51 PM

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Originally Posted by kstateskier (Post 1810070)
It's terrible that whoever did this had to have some knowledge of what they were worth, which means they were more than likely part of the cycling community. It sucks that you can't even feel safe with stuff inside your property anymore.

I think it was more of a grab and go deal. The three bikes that were stolen where the ones in the garage easy to move. Our other bikes where on very high wheel hooks and tough to get down unless you are very tall or grabbed a ladder. My road bike (not cheap) was left alone up on the wall. My Tri and Track bikes where both leaning up against other things in the garage and my wife's bike was on the bike repair stand. I really hope that the track bike bucked one of them off of it. Being fixed and geared at 49x15 with no brakes it's not an easy bike to ride away or even run off with. Given where my wife's tri bike was found it looks like they walked off thru the woods towards an adjacent neighborhood. The local police that showed up once they found my wife's bike they both headed off to that neighborhood and it really seemed like they knew of more thefts coming from there. I now have all of the bikes in the garage locked up all of the time. Real PITA too.

kstateskier 03-06-2013 1:08 PM

My bikes aren't near in your price range but I have started putting them all inside or on my high racks for this exact reason after hearing about your theft. People will steal anything these days.

JustinMD 03-06-2013 6:20 PM

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:D

magic 03-06-2013 7:37 PM

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:D

yay for more bike porn! :p

ralph 03-06-2013 8:09 PM

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My bros new whip

magic 03-07-2013 8:07 AM

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My bros new whip

Mmmmmm, carbon porn

grant_west 03-07-2013 9:10 AM

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Here is my whip. I have put 2320 miles on her and I still like it as much as the day I got her. FYI
I bought this bike from a fellow wakeworld'er Eric. Thanks homie!

kstateskier 03-07-2013 12:03 PM

Some Specialized love!

ralph 03-08-2013 12:48 AM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1810207)
Here is my whip. I have put 2320 miles on her and I still like it as much as the day I got her. FYI
I bought this bike from a fellow wakeworld'er Eric. Thanks homie!

Do you get numb hands or shoulder/neck pain on long rides? Your seat angle is super aggressive.

ralph 03-08-2013 1:07 AM

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My whip, must be getting close to 15,000 km on her now. A friend just got the propel, getting the upgrade itch.

magic 03-23-2013 9:18 PM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1809842)
Sean your seat is too low.

LoL

That's a sort of inside joke for people that frequent Slowtwitch. People over at that fourm Can somehow magically fit someone on their bike without seeing a picture of them and tell them things like Your Seat it to low. LOL

You were on to something. I took the Tri bike out for its first outdoor ride today. While aero and on the road my seat was too low ��. Nice to finally ride outside though. We hit the local ski area for some am runs, picked up race packets for a local 13.1 tomorrow and then I got 45 hard and hilly miles in. Great spring day.

fullonsalesgrp 03-28-2013 9:53 PM

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Not on your levels but I picked this SS up for 3 bills

magic 03-29-2013 7:52 AM

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Originally Posted by fullonsalesgrp (Post 1813989)
Not on your levels but I picked this SS up for 3 bills

Looks like a ton of fun!

fullonsalesgrp 03-29-2013 12:54 PM

I've upgraded to clip less and a carbon fork it weighs in at 21 lbs

ilikebeaverandboats 03-29-2013 1:09 PM

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Originally Posted by fullonsalesgrp (Post 1813989)
Not on your levels but I picked this SS up for 3 bills

dig it man! I



Anybody interested in a Scott Voltage DJ bike? Trying to get rid of this badboy.
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k4...5/af60bb34.jpg

tacosupreme 03-29-2013 2:14 PM

Wife's bike:
http://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-LO...2/IMG_2590.JPG

Just picked this up last weekend:
http://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Y7...2/IMG_2592.JPG

ralph 03-29-2013 2:28 PM

Love the r3, great bike.

polarbill 03-29-2013 4:54 PM

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My frankenstein bike which ended up basically getting for free.

2007 Jamis Eclipse Frame-Reynolds 853 with carbon top tube, seat stays and seat tube.
Easton EC70 fork
SRAM red doubetap shifters
SRAM force RD
SRAM PG1070(I think) 11-25 cassette(need a new 11-28 cassette soon
Shimano 105 FD
FSA Gossamer compact double
Shimano Ultegra chain(need to upgrade to a KMC)
Ultegra rear brake
some POS front brake
ZIPP SLC2 carbon bars
FSA OS199 stem
Thomson Elite setback seatpost
Fizik arione tri saddle
Mavic Aksium wheels
Gatorskins
Ultegra Pedals

magic 03-30-2013 9:06 AM

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Originally Posted by polarbill (Post 1814090)
My frankenstein bike which ended up basically getting for free.

2007 Jamis Eclipse Frame-Reynolds 853 with carbon top tube, seat stays and seat tube.
Easton EC70 fork
SRAM red doubetap shifters
SRAM force RD
SRAM PG1070(I think) 11-25 cassette(need a new 11-28 cassette soon
Shimano 105 FD
FSA Gossamer compact double
Shimano Ultegra chain(need to upgrade to a KMC)
Ultegra rear brake
some POS front brake
ZIPP SLC2 carbon bars
FSA OS199 stem
Thomson Elite setback seatpost
Fizik arione tri saddle
Mavic Aksium wheels
Gatorskins
Ultegra Pedals

Steel + Jamis = WIN!

I had a steel Raleigh fixie that I rode and raced as single speed cyclocross the snot out of. Ended up getting a dedicated cyclocross bike and converting my old Ti Litespeed to my road fixie.

Here's my Jamis, comes in around 14.5lbs ready to ride. Not bad for no specific weight weenie parts.

polarbill 03-30-2013 9:26 AM

That Xenith is a great looking bike. Looks comfy and fast. do you ride centuries on that Sean or just race it?

Suppose to be 60+ and sunny today in seattle. Getting out for my first short ride of the year. You getting out Sean?

Me and my fiance were thinking about training to do the Seattle to Portland in one day this year but that isnt' going to fly with trying to plan a wedding. We probably won't ride much at all this year.

Has anybody ridden on Continental Grand Prix's? I am thinking about going to 25C's from my gatorskin 23C's. From what I can tell they are suppose to be a lot more comfy but still pretty durable.

magic 03-30-2013 9:43 AM

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Originally Posted by polarbill (Post 1814199)
That Xenith is a great looking bike. Looks comfy and fast. do you ride centuries on that Sean or just race it?

Suppose to be 60+ and sunny today in seattle. Getting out for my first short ride of the year. You getting out Sean?

Me and my fiance were thinking about training to do the Seattle to Portland in one day this year but that isnt' going to fly with trying to plan a wedding. We probably won't ride much at all this year.

Has anybody ridden on Continental Grand Prix's? I am thinking about going to 25C's from my gatorskin 23C's. From what I can tell they are suppose to be a lot more comfy but still pretty durable.

Don't road race, so the SL is my nice day go fast bike and group ride bike. I have done Seattle to Portland on it too.

I believe that STP is sold out all ready. I ran in to that a few years ago and wanted to do more of a loop vs a point to point ride. I ended up doing North Bend to Carnation, to Monroe, to Stevens Pass, to Leavenworth, over 97, Cle Elum, and back to North Bend. 230 miles on the nose and solo.

My wife is heading out for a 20 mile run shortly, I'll pick her up in Issaquah and then bike home via Carnation Valley after a loop around Lk Samm. Will be on the tri bike as I need to build up mileage and saddle time on it. Plus my tri bike fits closely to my track bike and I working on getting ready for track season in June.

I have a ton of time with GP4000, GP4 Seasons, and Gatorskins. No time on the GPs, but I'd think they'd ride a bit nicer than the GP4 Seasons and wear better than the GP4000s.

magic 04-24-2013 9:44 AM

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Trying to turn my bike habit into a free T shirt... much obliged if anyone would give this FB link a like

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

Trying to get my pic enough likes to win for the month...

guido 04-26-2013 3:07 PM

Brett,

I ride the 700X23 Conti GP's. I got 3k miles out of the last set. I rotated front to rear about 1/2 way through that. I probably could have gotten more, but I got two flats in one ride and called them wore-out.

I've always loved Conti's. The GP's are great.

polarbill 04-26-2013 4:53 PM

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Originally Posted by guido (Post 1818956)
Brett,

I ride the 700X23 Conti GP's. I got 3k miles out of the last set. I rotated front to rear about 1/2 way through that. I probably could have gotten more, but I got two flats in one ride and called them wore-out.

I've always loved Conti's. The GP's are great.

Thanks Evan. When I get new tires I think I am going to do GP's in a 25C.

spencercoon 04-26-2013 5:08 PM

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Originally Posted by ilikebeaverandboats (Post 1814062)
dig it man! I



Anybody interested in a Scott Voltage DJ bike? Trying to get rid of this badboy.
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k4...5/af60bb34.jpg

Joe! Any chance you still have that bike??? I've been looking for a DJ bike for a while and can't find anything used for a decent price here in PHX

cragrat 04-30-2013 4:17 AM

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Big Wheel...

kstateskier 11-06-2013 7:08 PM

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Finally upgraded to a real tri bike. Haven't taken it out for a decent ride yet, but can't wait for the weekend! :D

ilikebeaverandboats 11-06-2013 8:58 PM

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Originally Posted by spencercoon (Post 1818980)
Joe! Any chance you still have that bike??? I've been looking for a DJ bike for a while and can't find anything used for a decent price here in PHX

Coon man! I do, missed your post! ill shoot you a PM

EDIT: I cant seem to send PM's right now? If you can shoot me a PM

grant_west 11-07-2013 10:27 AM

Nick: That's a nice transition, Lets us know how you like the integrated water bottle

ralph 11-07-2013 4:02 PM

Whats the deal with the integrated bottle, can you take it out for cleaning and wot not?

grant_west 11-07-2013 4:46 PM

Darren; the intergrated bottle on the Transition is a Camel Back like bladder that can be removed and cleaned. Their is a section of the frame that opens up and that's where the bladder go's into. It's a cool feature. The hydration system on my Transition is so LAME. I'm using a Profile Like Areo bottle and when it's full and you hit bumps in the road you get your drink all over the bike and your handlebars it's lame.

brycejb328 11-07-2013 5:53 PM

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Here are my two bikes.

Giant Anthem and Specialized sectuer

magic 11-08-2013 9:08 AM

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An other pic of my track bike, working on getting a MTB right now, Been demo'ing some MTBs at the local parks and trails, I'm so hooked.

kstateskier 11-08-2013 8:08 PM

Grant, I haven't actually used the Shiv bladder yet. I'm taking it out for 40+ tomorrow, so I'll see how it works. It was actually one of the reasons I chose this over the Cervelo P3. I was using the Profile Designs bladder on my old bikes as well. It was terrible as far as splashing as soon as you hit a bump.

kstateskier 11-08-2013 8:26 PM

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Here are some pictures of the fuselage system. The drink tube clips to the aerobar with a magnet. You can see in the picture where it goes into the frame.

ralph 11-08-2013 9:04 PM

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New whip, ready to roll. First race of the season tomorrow

magic 11-18-2013 9:38 AM

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Been doing more and more MTB on local parks, mostly on my trusty old Redline Conquest with 34mm tires on it. Yesterday I was chasing some buddies on full suspension bikes and managed to land a jump wrong and rotate my bars forward which locked up my front brake... Quick trail side fix and back to bombing trails.

After some false starts, have ordered a Specialized 2014 Stumpjumper HT Expert Carbon World Cup. I was really looking hard the 2013 version, the but 2014 has some nice upgrades and worth a few weeks wait. Went for a hardcore XC rig as that's what I like to do. Plus I can bike commute from home to work and only ride on a few miles of road and the rest trails and MTB park and then bike paths. Will give me a killer 25+ mile work commute including 7 miles of MTB park in the middle and some great climbs. Really excited to get the new bike. The SRAM 1x11 drive train looks like so much fun, hoping I can put a 36 front ring on it and I might put a road cassette on the rear. I can hang with MTB'ers on the Redline with a 36x26 climbing gear, not really sure I need a 32x42 on the Specialized ever.

kstateskier 01-17-2014 7:47 PM

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Got a new toy put together today. '11 Crux frame, SRAM Red crank, '14 Apex drivetrain, S-Works seat post, Zipp cockpit. Going to use it as a mix Road/Cross setup

magic 01-19-2014 10:10 PM

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Originally Posted by kstateskier (Post 1860500)
Got a new toy put together today. '11 Crux frame, SRAM Red crank, '14 Apex drivetrain, S-Works seat post, Zipp cockpit. Going to use it as a mix Road/Cross setup

If I only had one bike, it would be a Cyclocross bike. Have fun with it!

ralph 04-07-2014 11:00 PM

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Finally managed to swing a TT bike. The boss decided we are going to do a 1/2 Ironman as a family team, the son will swim, I will ride and she will run. Sweet as I said but I will need a new bike..... All is fair, she got some new shoes.

Just got to get skin suit, wheels, aero helmet, etc etc....

magic 04-08-2014 7:54 AM

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Originally Posted by ralph (Post 1871943)
Finally managed to swing a TT bike. The boss decided we are going to do a 1/2 Ironman as a family team, the son will swim, I will ride and she will run. Sweet as I said but I will need a new bike..... All is fair, she got some new shoes.

Just got to get skin suit, wheels, aero helmet, etc etc....

nice

Bike for shoes? Win!

I last did Bike for Dog, but now the dog loves to run mountain bike trails with me and I get to go ride more often to walk the dog ;)

Enjoy the TT bike, they are fun to go fast on.

grant_west 04-08-2014 8:47 AM

Cool looking bike. I'm sure you will enjoy it. It's fun to have diffrent styles of bikes to play with. Are you gonna throw some carbon aero wheels on her?

aricsx15 04-08-2014 8:56 AM

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Jamis Durango 29r comp! Not near as expensive as you guys' bikes, but she gets the job done!

ralph 04-08-2014 1:46 PM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1871974)
Are you gonna throw some carbon aero wheels on her?

Softly softly catchy monkey. Just ordered a casco aero helmet. As we run the standard 2:1 system here (every dollar I spend she spends two) an aero wheel set will cost me 10k. There are ways but being stealthy is imperative.

grant_west 04-08-2014 2:08 PM

Aric; I'm sure your Picture of a Jamis on a roof rack going into a Garage with not enough clearance
Makes Magic cringe! Maybe he will elaborate on the story.

magic 04-08-2014 2:48 PM

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Originally Posted by grant_west (Post 1872027)
Aric; I'm sure your Picture of a Jamis on a roof rack going into a Garage with not enough clearance
Makes Magic cringe! Maybe he will elaborate on the story.

Friend of mine has a pic with her bike impaled into the trim above her garage from a roof rack. Both of our cars now can take bikes inside where they belong :) I do have a rear mounted rack for when there is an abundance of bikes, but that is rarely used.

magic 04-08-2014 2:52 PM

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Originally Posted by ralph (Post 1872024)
Softly softly catchy monkey. Just ordered a casco aero helmet. As we run the standard 2:1 system here (every dollar I spend she spends two) an aero wheel set will cost me 10k. There are ways but being stealthy is imperative.

That is the nice thing with the States. Easy enough to hunt around and find barely used aero wheels for very little $$$

I had picked up a 60mm deep set of clinchers for the wife's Tri bike over a year ago. She's not racing any more, so we gifted them to me for Christmas. I now have a 60mm training wheel set on my Tri bike :)

I sold off the Suib9 Disc I had, never saw any use. I have a 1080 rear and a disc cover for the 60mm rear for Tri/TT race days.

ralph 04-08-2014 9:24 PM

I would like a disk and tri spoke for the front. Just because they sound gangster and look cool.

Can't wait for my new helmet to arrive: http://www.velodromeshop.net/index.p...roduct&id=2088

magic 04-08-2014 9:34 PM

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Originally Posted by ralph (Post 1872082)
I would like a disk and tri spoke for the front. Just because they sound gangster and look cool.

Can't wait for my new helmet to arrive: http://www.velodromeshop.net/index.p...roduct&id=2088

Those helmets are nice. I keep thinking about one for track use.

Not all discs make the cool whoomp whoomp sound. My HED track disc is pure stealth, no noise what so ever. The flat discs like Zipp 900 they seem to make the proper disc noise.

You need a http://www.hedcycling.com/h3/default.asp?content=gt3 front
and
http://www.hedcycling.com/stinger/de...p?content=Disc rear

I did the Zipp 1080 front for the track simply because I found it brand new for 1/2 price. Person that owned it decided they did not want to mess with tubular wheels, score for me. I don't want to mess around with Clinchers for track :) Then I happened into a matching rear for Tri/TT. It was a local sponsored rider's last season. He switch teams and sponsors so the Zipp was up for sale very cheap.

ilikebeaverandboats 04-15-2014 7:24 PM

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Ok i got a new bike.....

Surly disc trucker....shes fun.
Steel is real!

magic 04-16-2014 8:06 AM

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Ok i got a new bike.....

Surly disc trucker....shes fun.
Steel is real!

Nice!

I had a steel Raleigh I rode the snot out of. Steel has a nice feel to it.

ralph 04-16-2014 4:26 PM

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OMG, look what santa just delivered. So excited I peed a little bit.

trayson 04-16-2014 5:00 PM

Okay, I'll play.

This is my VINTAGE steed that I bought new in the the late 80's. I rode the piss out of it and put over 10,000 miles on it one year in the peak of my cycling. This pic is when I finally sold it a few years ago to some PDX hipster. (I put the OEM pedals on it to sell. I always rode Look pedals.) The hipster that bought it was in vintage heaven.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-a...0/DSCF2211.JPG

Upgraded to this a few years ago. It's not as fancy or sexy as some of yours, but it's full CF and I love it. Amazing bang for the buck too.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-p...0/DSCF2272.JPG

Again, I ditched those stupid SPD pedals and went back to Look.

kstateskier 04-16-2014 8:22 PM

Darren, I like that helmet. I haven't seen it before. I like the built in shield similar to the Giro Air Attack. I picked up a Specialized Evade aero road helmet a couple months ago and love it.

ralph 04-16-2014 9:12 PM

The visor system is way better than the air attack, it is held on with a bungy system so it can't fly off if it get winds underneath it and you can pull it out and move it up to move it off your face. The helmet is very nice quality, lots of nice little build details.

magic 04-17-2014 5:20 PM

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Originally Posted by kstateskier (Post 1873012)
Darren, I like that helmet. I haven't seen it before. I like the built in shield similar to the Giro Air Attack. I picked up a Specialized Evade aero road helmet a couple months ago and love it.

The shop that sponsors my bike team is a Specialized dealer. They got four Evades in today, gone within an hour. They were able to get two earlier in the season and went as fast.

The one Darren has I see on the Velodrome frequently enough. When you are moving your head around and looking up and down track to sort things out a tear drop shaped helmet doesn't work as well sideways. Giro Air Attacks are becoming popular on the track too. Haven't see any visor issues though.

ralph 04-17-2014 9:17 PM

Casco are a power house in track helmets, this is there first road helmet I think.
Just found the wheel set I'm going to buy I think. Planet X 82 front with 102 rear. Where they fall down on technology and **** factor, they stand tall on cheap.

lugwrench 04-21-2014 9:31 AM

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My new ride and first 29er. Had its maiden ride yesterday.

BenHolloway 04-21-2014 9:37 AM

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My new ride, loving the 27.5 setup....

ilikebeaverandboats 04-21-2014 10:52 AM

Hey anyone want to school me on some components? I need advice on whether i should switch out my new slx for older xt components (assuming bb is same size)....if i post up pictures think you guys could steer me right? (At work otherwise id post them right now!)

magic 05-03-2014 1:49 AM

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bikes in motion, managed 2nd place tonight in Cat 1 / 2 Scratch race at the local track. Feeling the beard power, not so sure it will make it come warmer weather :)

Pad1Tai 05-03-2014 7:02 AM

Ahhhh.. Saturday Morning.............

Specialized 29er

[IMG]http://i127.photobucket.com/albums/p...ps19faffe3.jpg[/IMG]

brycejb328 05-04-2014 8:30 AM

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I was pretty stoked to score this roof rack for a killer price. The yakima and Thule stuff is crazy if you buy new.

ralph 05-04-2014 1:45 PM

Go the beard!

ralph 05-05-2014 3:31 AM

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Ducks are lining up. And quaking.

magic 05-05-2014 8:32 AM

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Ducks are lining up. And quaking.

niiiiiiiiice :)

kstateskier 05-05-2014 10:04 PM

Very nice!!


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