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Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 7:17 am
by kirky92au
asmc wrote:Hi all,

New poster, long time lurker, just sharing my Boardman :)

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Fix'd for ya =]

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:07 pm
by simonr23
my newest addition. a used, but seeming in very good nick 2010 orbea alma s50.

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Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 1:47 pm
by The 2nd Womble
I've had this offered to me today after having to sell my bikes to cover stuff up's of SCA jersey orders from our previous supplier. It's a 95% done deal, and If it comes home this weekend I will take the obligatory white garage door and blue/green washing basket pics. Just needs a new saddle.
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Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 2:46 pm
by rabobank89
The 2nd Womble wrote:I've had this offered to me today after having to sell my bikes to cover stuff up's of SCA jersey orders from our previous supplier. It's a 95% done deal, and If it comes home this weekend I will take the obligatory white garage door and blue/green washing basket pics. Just needs a new saddle.
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Nice...

Fingers crossed its yours! Love the Merida frames

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 2:49 pm
by g-boaf
The 2nd Womble wrote:I've had this offered to me today after having to sell my bikes to cover stuff up's of SCA jersey orders from our previous supplier. It's a 95% done deal, and If it comes home this weekend I will take the obligatory white garage door and blue/green washing basket pics. Just needs a new saddle.
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Lovely! :) Remind me to get my washing basket and photograph it along with the bike. Mine now has a Fizik Arione saddle and some black bar tape.

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 3:22 pm
by familyguy
If the ISP fits you, score.

Needs A saddle. Appears to have a plank of carbon fibre on top of it now?

Jim

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 3:58 pm
by The 2nd Womble
familyguy wrote:If the ISP fits you, score.

Needs A saddle. Appears to have a plank of carbon fibre on top of it now?

Jim

Luckily the Reacto's aren't ISP. If you look at the black block just above the cable it's actually a collar. The post is integrated but still adjustable like a traditional frame and seatpost. Two bolts either side of the seat tube at the rear allow for adjustment. It's a great design imo :) I'll need a longer stem though I think

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:18 pm
by skcycle
Just converted....

Still a little more to do, but essentially the butterfly has emerged from it's cocoon...

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Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:07 pm
by TMjpn
skcycle wrote:Just converted....

Still a little more to do, but essentially the butterfly has emerged from it's cocoon...

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Very Nice! It'll look good once you pop those deep0 dish wheels on it :)

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:14 pm
by TMjpn
I had the cannondale all set, but an amazing frame offer came about that i couldn't pass up..

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Kuota KOM Evo
Dura Ace/Ultegra
Easton EC70 SL's on ti skewers.
Ritchey WCS everything else

And sans utility mod cons/washing basket..

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Goes amazingly - love it so far :D

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:21 pm
by ldrcycles
I know i've posted it before but i finally got around to putting the head badge on and taking a pic with the right saddle, and that's excuse enough for me :) .

1986 Dawes Shadow. I recently found out it's actually Reynolds 500, not 531, but i had the stickers lying around so thought what the hell. Absolutely love this bike, really smooth, handles well and goes like stink.

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And yea i know i need to trim that brake cable outer but the ziptie will do for now :) . Oh and a laundry basket.

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:46 pm
by The 2nd Womble
TMjpn wrote:I had the cannondale all set, but an amazing frame offer came about that i couldn't pass up..

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Kuota KOM Evo
Dura Ace/Ultegra
Easton EC70 SL's on ti skewers.
Ritchey WCS everything else

And sans utility mod cons/washing basket..

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Goes amazingly - love it so far :D

HUBBA HUBBA!!!

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:02 pm
by Howzat
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...nice bike btw

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:54 pm
by TMjpn
Howzat wrote:Image


:D No dog here,so i figured it takes 2x cats to make up for one... :D in my household, the tabby owns the basket and is never going to leave without a fight, while the white fella just rocked up and plonked his ass down in the shot.. you can't 'pose' cats you just have to let them do whatever the hell they want.. :(

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 6:51 am
by skcycle
TMjpn wrote:
skcycle wrote:Just converted....

Still a little more to do, but essentially the butterfly has emerged from it's cocoon...

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Very Nice! It'll look good once you pop those deep0 dish wheels on it :)


Just sold the 50mm as they were tubulars. Roads around where I live now aren't particularly good and chances of punctures are very high unfortunately...

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 12:48 pm
by g-boaf
TMjpn wrote:I had the cannondale all set, but an amazing frame offer came about that i couldn't pass up..

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Kuota KOM Evo
Dura Ace/Ultegra
Easton EC70 SL's on ti skewers.
Ritchey WCS everything else

Goes amazingly - love it so far :D


Cats AND washing basket! I'm impressed. :D

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2012 11:00 pm
by adrian_d
I'm loving these pics. What an awesome thread. I love the look of that Kuota KOM Evo. Very awesome

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:48 pm
by g-boaf
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My Trek Madone 4.5 after putting on some Fizik black bar tape and the Fizik Arione VS saddle which is extremely good. That bike is loads of fun and really flies.

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:53 pm
by The 2nd Womble
g-boaf wrote:Image

My Trek Madone 4.5 after putting on some Fizik black bar tape and the Fizik Arione VS saddle which is extremely good. That bike is loads of fun and really flies.

You couldn't get a better looking white bike IMO. That looks special :)

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 2:56 pm
by The 2nd Womble
The 2nd Womble wrote:I've had this offered to me today after having to sell my bikes to cover stuff up's of SCA jersey orders from our previous supplier. It's a 95% done deal, and If it comes home this weekend I will take the obligatory white garage door and blue/green washing basket pics. Just needs a new saddle.
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Key's girl was sick this weekend so heading over tonight. No Reynolds, but Shimano RS80 C24's instead which is nothing to sneeze at :)

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:18 pm
by adrian_d
Been meaning to post these up:

Here are my babies:

2011 Basket - Running the full Laundry Groupset including undies lol
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Prolite Cuneo running Shimano 600 Tricolor Running gear and Como Wheelset
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Potential Of Hydrogen PH01 Single Speed
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Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:31 pm
by TMjpn
adrian_d wrote:Prolite Cuneo running Shimano 600 Tricolor Running gear and Como Wheelset
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This is a clean, nice looking bike!

How much are the frames for these? Next year i'll be looking to do more commuter work and i want something nice and robust, but also fun :)

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 8:40 pm
by adrian_d
TMjpn wrote:
adrian_d wrote:Prolite Cuneo running Shimano 600 Tricolor Running gear and Como Wheelset



This is a clean, nice looking bike!

How much are the frames for these? Next year i'll be looking to do more commuter work and i want something nice and robust, but also fun :)

Oh thanks for that :) I need to change the red top spacers to some black ones at some stage. They stand out like nothing else haha

I believe you can get them quite cheap these days, around the $360-$400 mark for the frame and around $150-$170 for the forks? I can't wait to ride it.

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:01 pm
by open roader
adrian_d wrote:Been meaning to post these up:

Here are my babies:

Prolite Cuneo running Shimano 600 Tricolor Running gear and Como Wheelset
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Potential Of Hydrogen PH01 Single Speed
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Interesting to see how different you have the drops lined up on these bikes....... and wondering if your hands are going to fatigue with the angle of the drops on the Cuneo. Not a crit, just an observation.

I like the red spacers above the stem, sets the bike off just that little bit........

Re: Bike Gallery

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:22 pm
by adrian_d
open roader wrote:
adrian_d wrote:Been meaning to post these up:

Here are my babies:

Prolite Cuneo running Shimano 600 Tricolor Running gear and Como Wheelset

Potential Of Hydrogen PH01 Single Speed
Interesting to see how different you have the drops lined up on these bikes....... and wondering if your hands are going to fatigue with the angle of the drops on the Cuneo. Not a crit, just an observation.

I like the red spacers above the stem, sets the bike off just that little bit........



Thanks for the heads up mate. To be honest I know nothing about the angles on the drops haha. It is one part of the bike setup that I have not yet figured out.