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So, I figured that no bicycle forum would be complete without pictures of bikes! Post your photos here, no bike will be refused: Road TT Triathlon Cyclocross MTB BMX Shixie Fixie And anything else! Lovely bikes lovely, but everyday bikes interesting too. I won't post first, but I'm taking pictures right now.  1 I wanna see what bikes you're all riding!

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TINY_FEMI [5 posts] 5 years ago
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Nice bikes y'all
New to the forum but here are my steeds

2014 trek crossrip comp & 2014 canyon ultimate al 9.0 w/ vcls 2.0 post

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TINY_FEMI [5 posts] 5 years ago
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Sweet wheels man!

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edd23 [47 posts] 5 years ago
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How do you rate the Reynolds Attack? I ride an R3 and am looking to upgrade to Reynolds Attack wheels.. Any feedback appreciated.

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TINY_FEMI [5 posts] 5 years ago
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thanks Edd23!

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7thGalaxy [44 posts] 5 years ago
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Newbie here - although I've been lurking a while.

Old and new side by side. I've got plans to repaint and upgrade the falcon on the right.

Cannondale Supersix Evo 63cm on the left, unknown falcon frame from the 80s on the right (Reynolds 531)

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roadie_2013 [1 post] 5 years ago
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My bike with the Pyrenees in the back ground during a recent cycle through France for charity.

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cyclingnomad [1 post] 5 years ago
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My Road steed is a Trek 2.1 Madone and I'm looking to upgrade this year to fully carbon!

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dangoscomb [6 posts] 5 years ago
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Hi All

First time poster here, I thought this is as good a thread as any to get my feet wet!

My 3 main bikes are here. As you can see i'm a Boardman fan (also have an MTB HT Pro). I use power for training on the road and TT bikes... can't bring myself to spend more on a power meter for the single speed than the rest of the bike cost!

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jimhammer [4 posts] 5 years ago
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Here's my Felt AR5 2014. So far I've only upgraded the wheels (reynolds strike 66mm) the group set and brakes are 105 which easily do the job for the time being.

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Widge34 [4 posts] 5 years ago
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Purchased yesterday. Trek Madone 3.5c H2.

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Rtw162 [3 posts] 5 years ago
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Propel advanced 2

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Rtw162 [3 posts] 5 years ago
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Propel advanced 2

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CyclingLocations.com [13 posts] 5 years ago
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#LoveYourBike

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mattbuckley [9 posts] 5 years ago
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Moda Finale custom build. LBS found a frame only deal and went from there. Zipp 60 wheels, Ultegra 6800 group, zipp bar/stem and specialised romin eve saddle.

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movingtarget [144 posts] 5 years ago
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The second love of my life after the spousal unit although it's really close  3

2014 Pinarello Marvel Think 2 with Ultegra mech and stock Fulcrum 5s

Upgrades:
Selle San Marco Caymano saddle
3T Ergonova Team bars
3T ARX Team stem with cushy, sticky Bike Ribbon Eleganza tape

Next upgrade:
Custom wheelset with HED C2 Belgium vs Velocity A23 rims and Chris King R45 hubs

N+1: Titanium Motobecane Fantom Cross with Ultegra mech and Avid disc brakes for mucking about in the winter and pummeling myself with a foray in 'cross

Any recs on how to convince my better half of the dire necessity of the above greatly appreciated  4

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Cambat [12 posts] 5 years ago
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My trusty Cannondale Synapse, praying to the sun gods and now happily out of its winter woolies.

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edd23 [47 posts] 5 years ago
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R3 now upgraded with Reynolds Attack  16

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Chubby [6 posts] 5 years ago
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Boardman Pro Carbon

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il sole [98 posts] 5 years ago
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My new Wilier zero.7  1

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heinzoconnor [2 posts] 5 years ago
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Cannondale Supersix Di2 for the road and Cube Reaction for the trail

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s_lim [222 posts] 5 years ago
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Fully upgraded Experience:

  1. American Classic Victory 30 wheels
  2. Conti GP4000 tyres
  3. Record chainset/front mech
  4. Chorus 10 spd shifters/rear mech
  5. Fizik Cryano bar
  6. Selle Italia SL saddle
  7. Chinese no-brand carbon stem/seatpost

This baby flys!!

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RussianMichael [2 posts] 5 years ago
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Just joined - first post  103

Here's my 'green machine' Felt AR5 2011. Notable upgrades are Schwalbe Ultremo ZX tyres, 140mm -17deg 3T Arx Pro Stem, Speedplay pedals and Fizik Arione saddle, all of which I recommend! Fairly aggressive, pro-looking position but no comfort issues at all thankfully.

Bought it in mint condition a couple of months ago and it's already bagged its share of fast rides and Strava KOMs! I was a firm disbeliever in marginal aero gains on road bikes but ever since upgrading from an old aluminium Trek 1.2 and starting to wear a Castelli Speedsuit on regular rides, I've felt an advantage too big to ever be a placebo effect...

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Yorkiechan [42 posts] 5 years ago
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My De Rosa summer bike and my Dolan winter training bike.

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Heiny [1 post] 5 years ago
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My first road bike purchased in Feb this year. Orbea Aqua T105

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JackBuxton [47 posts] 5 years ago
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You could put any bike with that scenery in the background and it would be beautiful! Great looking bike though  4

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JackBuxton [47 posts] 5 years ago
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You could put any bike with that scenery in the background and it would be beautiful! Great looking bike though  4

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Derny [113 posts] 5 years ago
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The iron battleship in a state of moderate filth.

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Derny [113 posts] 5 years ago
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HMS Bridgestone. Her special talent is triggering inductive loop traffic signals.

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Noelieboy [92 posts] 5 years ago
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Thought I'd chip in with my Wilier Izoard.
105 Groupset
Swiss side Franc wheelset
Adding the wheels & the Tri bars has helped me cut my 10 mile TT down by 1m 40 secs on last years time.

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RussianMichael [2 posts] 5 years ago
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I realise position is a very individual thing (ie comfort and saddle tilt-related issues) but it seems that your saddle is quite far back for a TT position, no? It closes the hip angle and reduces the power you can put down, sort-of handicapping your main power-generating muscles. Also, if you have no flexibility issues, you can really benefit from a lower or more stretched-out position on the front end, provided elbows are not too far off 90deg. Basically, there are mountains of 'free speed' to be gained by experimenting with position. Yours might already be optimal for you, I'm not a bike fitter, but just suggesting shifting saddle forward and dropping the stem lower if you haven't tried it already.

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