Show us your bicycle.

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by kbasa, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. Bimble

    Bimble In giro in moto

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    They do. I am just jealous. :D

    I need higher sides on my trailer cos grocery bags tend to tip out. I could use bungies, but I'm the guy that would put an eye out. :cry
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  2. Gummee!

    Gummee! That's MR. Toothless

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    HEY! I wasn't talkin tech. :nah Just sales!

    :nod

    :fyyff

    :D

    M
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  3. Dick

    Dick Its a big old goofy world

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  4. Bimble

    Bimble In giro in moto

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    :lol3

    ... we should probably behave or kbasa is going to cuss us out.

    :shog
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  5. bombsquad

    bombsquad Been here awhile

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    The stealth bomber complete with insulated beer bag for the late night runs to the corner store.

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  6. Twilight Error

    Twilight Error Going nowhere slowly

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    Stinky Dee on Mt Snow.
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  7. Vance

    Vance On my meds...

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    The only bike frame I could not break.

    GT Zaskar.

    Welded like a motherfucker and stiff as a bitch. I usually run a frame size down from what is recommended and a seat tube up. Mutch stiffer up the hills...
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  8. ThePikeman

    ThePikeman German n00b

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    The picture somehow looks like shot in Germany.

    I'll take a picture of my POS tomorrow. It's a bit dark now.
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  9. pirahna

    pirahna Long timer

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    2004 Santa Cruz Heckler

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  10. kbasa

    kbasa Roubaix! Super Moderator

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    Assorted Roubaixs and, believe it or not, a Schwinn Peloton that's on sale locally for cheap.

    Back to our photos. :D
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  11. DirtDOG

    DirtDOG Same Dog, New Tricks

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    Giant Cypress for the road and greenway stuff

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    Titus MotoLite for the woods

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    Although I've occasionally ridden bikes my entire life, my serious bike riding career started New Years Day '09. Late start but I'm really enjoying it.
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  12. gweaver

    gweaver NorCal is Best Cal!

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    06 C-Dale Rush Thou, but mine's grey.
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    A fun ride, good suspension, hydraulic brakes, and the Lefty fork always gets a second look from people. More of an x-country bike. Gets a little twitchy on technical single-track, but great on rolling trails and fire roads.
    G
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  13. ANutt

    ANutt Keyboard Adventurer

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    How the hell do you post photos here?
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  14. pirahna

    pirahna Long timer

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  15. jabandsnort

    jabandsnort a mighty fly dancer

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    Another late bloomer here, just started mountain biking to improve my endurance on the MX bike (and to keep up with my 5 year old) Here's my new to me 2004 Specialized Enduro Pro. It's more bike than I need at the moment, but it sure is fun on the decents! You can just see the "Ride the World" ADV sticker on the tail.
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  16. Bearkiller

    Bearkiller Crap! Stepped in it!

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    Haven't ridden it in years :hide
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  17. Grainbelt

    Grainbelt marginal adventurer Super Moderator

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    Pretty sure it is still down there in the basement with the trainer. Need to pull it out this summer, it is actually fairly fun to ride.

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  18. Leget

    Leget .......

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  19. AKDuc

    AKDuc Alaska Born Ducatisti

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    My most used bicycle during the winter. I put a symmetrical front fork on it and run w/o a front brake. It's also a 1 x 9.

    I ride one of my mountain bikes with studded tires if it's icy out. I bicycle to and from work daily. :D

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  20. Skibum

    Skibum Ready...Fire...Aim

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    Ice just came off my road. Maiden voyage over the weekend Saturday:clap
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