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koala

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My carbon Freeride bike. Custom made 16" frame from Scott. Still waiting for KMC chain and a headset spacer when the pictures were taken. Upgraded Al & Ti nuts and bolts. No brake hoses for me thank you, Avid BB7 rocks. Sorry about the gladwrap seat, that's to keep my oily hands away. Nothing beats pedaling a lightweight bike.

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tx101

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I'm no bike rider (too fat and lazy) but I did see this cool bike
it was all that Carbon fibre that does it for me :D

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I used the camera on my Blackberry so please excuse the quality

Can anyone tell me what kind of bike this is ?
 

TONY M

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I'm no bike rider (too fat and lazy) but I did see this cool bike
it was all that Carbon fibre that does it for me :D

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I used the camera on my Blackberry so please excuse the quality

Can anyone tell me what kind of bike this is ?

I thought it might have been an Orbea TT bike but after a quick google it seems not to be. http://www.google.co.uk/images?hl=e...UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&biw=1195&bih=1102

Nice TT bike but I'm not a timetrialist so road bikes only for me. :devil:
 

BryDaddy

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WOW flashlights AND bikes all in one place??? LOL......anyway i love all the bikes here.......i come from a VERY HEAVY downhill riding family......unfortunately being 38 now, and having the knees of a 93 year old.....i have gone from having 5 different trail/downhill bikes, to having just one bike. a cruiser bike i have made a few modifications to, such as Brooks saddle, Brooks grips, Brooks tool bag, some bear trap pedals, upgraded the crappy disk brakes to some Avid BB7's, and a nice little "custom painted to match the frame" rear LED light just above the rear disk.....

what do you think?


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subwoofer

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I can't compete with the machinery on show here, but here is my old-school Diamond Back Camarillo

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which has custom seat post, stem extension, upgraded brakes and the unusual JD suspension stem which I bought as I couldn't afford suspension forks at the time and this saved my hyper-mobile wrists from pain on the bumpy bits.

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mr_maurice

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A friend built this custom height-enhanced bike. It is really easy to ride when you don't have to stop frequently.
I should have included a normal bike in the picture to make the difference more obvious, but if you have already seen a smart cart you'll get the idea
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FrogmanM

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Here is my Electra Townie I use for errands and exploration on the weekends. (I live on a nice hill, so the e-bike conversion helps out).



I recently got this Motobecane for my B-day, I wouldn't say I'm particularly quick, but this lightweight bike is sure fun flying down PCH!



Nothing too far for me, mostly the local 14 mile trek down to Dana Point Harbor for fish and chips or clam chowder. Farthest treks so far this year have been a visit to my college (dunno the distance, but its 50 miles round trip on I5) that took all day and a windy march to Oceanside through Camp Pendleton.

I'll be finishing my BA at Humboldt State starting this spring, so I'll be surprised if I'll be biking much the next few years. :( I'd love to get up to Balboa Island and make my way to Huntington Beach before X-mas break and try out the Motobecane.

-Mayo
 

Amandous

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I love to ride bike and never skip my sunday with out riding a bike.
These picture of the bikes are really cool, but I can't my share bike pic right now.

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127.0.0.1

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I ride the heck out of all these bikes

single speed road bike for hill and high cadence work,
fast road bike for gp hammering,
spinbike for focused work

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fatbike, and in lower right corner, a Brompton L3 folded up and in it's bag

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geared 26'er

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cx bike doing fender duty

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TT bike with sipderwebs, haven't ridden this one yet this year

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geared 29'er

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SS 26'er

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GreatGranny, wood hauler

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racing my Yeti ARC

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IceBike DeLuxe

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Chopper... parking at RedBones

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other pics of my chopper

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TONY M

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VERY nice bikes 127!
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I love the Surly Pugsley, that must be awesome!

Here is one of mine minus carbon wheels. Still toying with the positioning as you can see. Strange pedal choice some may think but I now only use Time ATAC pedals for security - road and MTB variety, MTB in this case for some reason. I haven't been able to ride it as often as I would like.

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Pity that there is not a decent track in this country, the curse of the Olympics put an end to that for us...
 
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