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I've justified to myself needing 5.
1) Commuter. It started out as a good quality carbon + ultegra setup, but with the addition of more bikes, it’s now the commuter.
2) Time trial bike for triathlons.
3) Aero frame for short fast rides. I picked up a 2011 Cervelo S3 frame for $500 off the net
4) Super light frame for long weekend rides with big hills. Ideally the Cervelo R5.. yet to be bought..
5) Fancy bike for special occasions.. perhaps s-works roubaix or the new dogma?
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- Joined: Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:10 pm
- Location: Lake Macquarie
Going over bumps
Plus a vintage going over bumps with upgade to SS
And a riding in style (70s 20") getting ready to build.
Plenty more to aspire to when the garage grows.
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