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Pictures of your Bike

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!

If you're new please join in and if you have questions pop them below and the forum regulars will answer as best we can.

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SpeedSter99 | 2 years ago
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Cannondale 2.8 Crit Frame with 105 Groupset - 11 Speed

Recently overhaul

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David9694 | 2 years ago
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My Spa Audax 2017 build. Ultegra, home-built wheels, running Gator Skins.
Sorry for the ungainly pose, but it decided to stand up by itself when I was doing a post ride rub down. 

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David9694 | 2 years ago
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my 2014 Genesis Equilibrium commuter. It was originally metallic dark grey with a green and yellow stripe - I had it resprayed by Mercian; decals by Ebay.

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paslemeilleur | 2 years ago
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2001 Terraliner: main transport & touring.

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matthewn5 | 2 years ago
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New winter bike! I bought this Spesh Allez Sprint Comp frame as 'new other' from a chap in St Albans in December 2020, then we locked down and it was months before I could organise to get it... Over the spring I built it up with an old Athena group I had off the commuter I no longer needed since we all started WfH, and some Pacenti rims handbuilt on nice old Campag hubs. Then we were supposed to go back to the office so I bought mudguards as a commuter, and then we didn't go back to the office after all.

Anyway, in December 2021 I signed up for the Festive 500, so I finally put the mudguards on and rode it  through mud, fog, rain, fords, bridleways and tracks over the last week to complete the 500. To sum up: this has proved to be a brilliant fun bike, stiff and lively, with plenty of clearance for guards and bigger tyres, and it absolutely flies. Who said winter bikes had to be boring?

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Oldfatgit | 2 years ago
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My Cannondale Synapse Neo 2 ebike.
Wouldn't be riding without it, that's for sure.

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andystow | 2 years ago
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Today was a fatbike sort of day. The front tyre is studded, which makes an enormous difference on ice.

Temperature was -10 °C, and I had bare hands under the pogies.

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Tom_77 | 2 years ago
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Ribble Gravel Al, my new commuting bike for when I'm allowed back in the office. Hoping to do some light off-roading too when the weather improves.

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Jimwill | 2 years ago
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Ribble ultra ttr

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Jimwill | 2 years ago
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Boardman 8.9C, Ultegra R8000. Edco eight 2s that have since been swapped with the mavics that came with my ttr

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Jimwill | 2 years ago
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Workhorse/winter bike. Carrera Vanquish. Only frames original, wheelset groupset handlebars and saddle are taken from boardman 8.9c slr and a cheap carbon post

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mark1a | 2 years ago
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Morning all, long time lurker on this forum, here's my S-Works Venge... photo taken before bikefit could be arranged, so saddle is a little high.

 

 

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AlessandroFabrizio | 2 years ago
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I purchased a Factor OSTRO VAM, from an official dealer in Italy. 
Factor’s official distributor delivered to me a damaged frame with no CeramicSpeed bottom bracket installed arbitrarily replaced with another component.
They agreed to replace the frame but in assembling the new frameset Factor’s technician damaged the handlebar and scratched the frame.
When I claimed Factor’s service center for damage, it denied responsibility claiming that the damage on the frame had not been reported by me at the time of delivering the bike.
This is not serious on Factor’s part. 
I believe that blaming customer for not having discovered a damage that has been clearly caused by the incompetence of Factor’s technicians in assembling the frame is not only unprofessional but also grossly offensive to the customer.
I filed a complaint to Factor but Factor did nothing to protect my rights.
I look forward to hearing from Factor Bikes.
 

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srchar | 2 years ago
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Mason Definition with Campagnolo H11/Chorus/Zondas and Deda finishing kit. I bought the frame from eBay and it looked pretty sorry for itself on arrival. However, after a wash and polish, and some new inserts, it looks great. The reviews on here are accurate; it really does make you want to ride everywhere like you've just sat on a wasp. I plan to do LEJOG on it later this year, if I can find the time.

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Rick's Bike | 1 year ago
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My EVO I restored this 2014 Cannondale EVO from the beat up mess it was. It looked like the previous owner threw it into the back of a truck everytime he used it. I rode it for a summer. It's currently for sale on eBay...

https://www.ebay.com/itm/165392045471

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Rick's Bike | 1 year ago
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This is my curent 2016 Cannondale EVO... it's a Hi-Mod and restored as well...

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datcat | 1 year ago
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My 51cm Habanero Gravel bike- 35mm Pirellis, 3T bars Selle SMP seat.  Love how tough it is and amazing to ride.

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Ronni | 1 year ago
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!!! UNICORN ALERT !!!

1997 Specialized S-Works M2 Team issue!

   Not a bike available as a model for sale in 1997. Only people to have them would have been the racing team. These would be extremely limited in numbers. Painted from the factory in race team livery.

 

*No, it is NOT a 1997 Specialized Allez Comp M2. This bikes serial follows the S-Works serial numbering system!

 

willing to rehome for the right offer. Beau joseph on Facebook.

 

cheers from Sudbury ontario canada

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Tazio | 1 year ago
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My Mercian king of Mercia 

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moonfruit | 1 year ago
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Trek Emonda SL4 2018 now with a few upgrades ~ well to tell the truth not much of the original bike remains.  I bought this new old stock from Solent Cycles in June 2020 at a bargain price. (thanks Mike!)

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Cyclox22 | 1 year ago
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New Bike Day 😊
Well my Ribble Enthusiast CX SL arrived today after waiting just under 6 months for it to arrive, and thankfully it has come before the start of the new Cyclocross season.
Took it today on her maiden voyage and I am well impressed with it, there was no feeling that I was sitting on top of the bike like some have reported, on the contrary I felt as if I was part of the bike and it didn't feel at all twitchy which some cyclists have also complained about. Full Carbon frame and level five integrated handlebars make this bike a real mover and I took her on the road, gravel and on rough uneven terrain and she passed every test. I couldn't be happier....👍🏻

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Christoperhm | 1 year ago
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My new bike with a Chi**ses wheels,It is a new venture for using this type of staff,I will report back if something go awry,a total 7.66kg gravel.so far so good.

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S13SFC | 1 year ago
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Merckx San Remo 76 with Cero RC 50s and Campagnolo Potenza.

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Halx00 | 1 year ago
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Looks like Raleigh had the gravel bike sorted in1995

 

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The Larger Cyclist | 1 year ago
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Had a gardener round to tidy up and he got my old bike out from the undergrowth. It's over 30yrs old but I think it'll buff up ......🤔

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andystow | 1 year ago
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I've wanted a Brompton for a long time, and now I have one. Shown here with the Bickerton it replaces, the Brompton is much nicer.

Flat bar, 6 very useable speeds, no rear rack. It weighs the same as the Bickerton, but folds significantly smaller.

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KDee | 1 year ago
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My 2021 Scott Addict 10 (not the RC, this is the "endurance" version). Swapped out the aluminium bar for a carbon Control Tech one, Supacaz bar tape, Fizik Argo Tempo saddle, Prime RR 38 wheels with Conti' GP5000 32c TL's.

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MB | 1 year ago
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Custom randonneur designed with @SimonStanforth. Love it!

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nordog | 1 year ago
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Had this bike now for four years and 8000 miles and counting I ride for shopping, hauling recycling stuff to the Tip, off & on-road pleasure rides etc. I took the photo on the most stupid highways junction lane marking a complete waste of time & money as they are allowed to park stopping the traffic that the markings were put there for.

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IanMSpencer | 1 year ago
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Well, now I'm down to 2, here is one post-ride today. Comfy Giant Revolt Advanced in gravel mode. It doubles as my winter road bike with a switch of wheels and full Flinger mudguards.

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