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Discussion in 'Bicycling' started by red66toy, Oct 11, 2006.
Great collection Ride Fly!
Love the Mapei World Champ edition Colnago. Was that for Friere?
I believe you are correct but for some reason I associate a C40 with Johan Museeuw’s era and the C50 with Oscar’s era.
Was riding a lot until about a year ago when I moved from Northern California to the Midwest. Weather and temperatures (and work load) have put a damper on my mileage.
Here’s my ride, BMC SLR01, DuraAce, Chris King hubs, HED Belgium Wheel, 3T carbon bars and various other carbon bits.
I'm new here; it's cool to see so many cyclists. For no good reason, that sort of surprises me.
So, my dirt touring rig is the non-motorized version of my 80 series - both are designed to explore remote country for long periods of time. I can self support for a few weeks on this rig without a food re-supply. It's got more than 20L of water capacity too - dry country capable. The frame is made for loaded touring, so it rides stiff until you hang a bunch of weight on it, at which point it gets that nice steel bike feel.
The trail bike:
And the townie:
My main squeeze..... I have a few others as well
I've always wanted an Intense back in the day!! Also wanted the Yeti 575, Titus Switchblade, and Santa Cruz Bullit.
First ride on my new Elephant Bikes National Forest Explorer.
I'm going to enjoy riding this thing on the forest roads up here. It rides beautifully.
Decent pedals are on order, as are bottle cages, and a Nitto M18 front rack. When Acorn bags are back in stock, I'll get a small one for up front.
HP Velotechnik Scorpion FS 26. Awesome full suspension trike.
My 2 wheel bent on Natchez trace.
It's fun it's fast and it's plush
What in the absolute $%*& is that thing!!!! I see a Manitou Swinger on there but a DH or motorcycle fork up front?!
Metron Downhill Fat Bike Fork x 150 width, Risse Racing Technology Online Store
Current top speed on the flats is 40
8 inches up front and9 in the rear
Upgraded my DH bike last fall. 2016 Rocky Mountain Maiden
1985 Trek 620 converted to 700c (Velocity rims, Shutter Precision dynamo, Shimano rear)
1989 Trek 950 converted to 650B (Velocity rims, SON dynamo, Phil Wood rear) and Nitto promenade bars with Suntour thumbies
I’ve got Supernova taillights on both and a Supernova E3 Pro 2 headlight I switch between the bikes.
Old Sting-Ray I restored a few years back, daughter rode this one for a summer and loved it.
Here's "the beast" mid drive ebike.. around 80 mile range... max 35 mph
I'm not against ebikes at all. But, that motor is hanging way to low! If I took your bike for a ride, that thing would be smashed on every rock on the trail.