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    Went there last year when we broke in Scotland for 12 days. Visited two distilleries a day.
    https://www.facebook.com/BentOverRacing

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      Here's some crazy talk....ride around the world in 80 days (79 actually). Average 240 miles a day.

      http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-...ntral-41308524

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        My new to me 2011 Trek Madone 5.9 Carbon with Dura-Ace and Bontrager Carbon upgrades.




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          Just ran across these pics - I wonder who built them.

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            ^^^ I'm guessing that's just open-mold carbon frames with Alfa decals.

            E46t

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              Like Taiwanese or something, not DeRosa?

              Remember when Colnago did those Ferrari editions? They were a bit overdone IMO.

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                Correct -- (mainland) Chinese, to be exact.

                E46t

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                  Originally posted by bev View Post
                  blah blah blah...
                  trials

                  older track

                  less older track

                  older roadie (broken frame)

                  current roadie CAAD9 team colors

                  dirtjump

                  racing pics

                  What's wrong with the guy in the right bottom corner who's wearing a blue shirt? haha

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                    Building up a schwinn varsity right now with a 52t biopace ring up front and sachs s7 hub in the rear, aiming for 22lbs. Wish me luck this thing is an anchor with aero forks lol.
                    Jah bless! :pimp:

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                      My Seven Odonata-daily workhorse:
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                      My Trek Project One 5-Time Ironman beast:
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                        My son was looking to get into road biking, so I fixed up an old mid-70's Panasonic as a starter. It’s still a mid-1970’s 10-speed on a mass market Japanese steel touring frame, but it works and looks much better now. The Shimano drive train is pretty bullet proof. Component list: Shimano Tourney double Crank, Look Delta Clipless Pedals, Original Shimano 600 derailleur (r), Shimano 50 deraileur (f), vintage Dia-Compe center pull brakes, modern Gevenalle Audax shifting/braking system with Dia-Compe friction shift levers, 3TTT handlebar, SR Stem, Sovos Hubs on 27x11/8 rims, Continental UltraSport tires, Cateye Strada wireless computer, Selle Italia X1 seat. Basically it is set-up kinda like a CycloCross bike but with a longer touring wheel-base, road tires & a few plush comforts. I think it’s pretty cool.
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                          Nice work. Yeah that is cool.

                          E46t

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                            I tried several times to get that image above rotated,.....but failed. here's a better image (hopefully).
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                              I cannot load pics from work but I have a lightning phantom 2 with some mods done to it.

                              I did a 700c rear wheel conversion and also some pauls motobrakes in black. plus, normal stuff like changed the gears to sizes I like more and bars and stuff

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                                Some bikes came to visit from far away for a cross championship last weekend.

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