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    Yup. Used. Last year built in USA. XL. Thing is huge. Almost big enuf for me.

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    '87 Cannondale S/T (Commuter)
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    '10 Cervelo S1 (Pretending I'm faster than I am)
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    The only one of mine worth sharing:

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    Custom Paint, 2012 Felt B12

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    My Cannondale Six13 built with SRAM Force and my wife's tiny Giant (ha!) OCR2

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    Cannondale CAADX in fighting trim...

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    ...and for grocery-getting...

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    Vassago Bandersnatch 1x9 (frame soon to be replaced - anyone got a tool to press a headset in?)

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    It would be way too embarrassing to respond to this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    '87 Cannondale S/T (Commuter)
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    i've always loved the older cannondale frames


    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Kelley View Post
    The only one of mine worth sharing:
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    beauty, although i usually spot you by your bikearlington jersey and super height


    Quote Originally Posted by DaveK View Post
    My Cannondale Six13 built with SRAM Force and my wife's tiny Giant (ha!) OCR2
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    nice shot, i think my wife's bike may be smaller:



    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnoftheDread View Post
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    post your ride! this isn't a bike porn thread, i'd like to see all types of bikes

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    ...I'm having problems scrolling past the LeMond. Niiice.



    I don't have pictures of all my bikes yet. This is probably the only interesting one anyway:

    Swift Folder, 1x9 Tiagra shifter with Capreo hub/cassette giving a Bill Killing 36-103 gear inches (though it's 26lbs). Could use a chain retention device.

    This is the one I first started commuting regularly on in London and DC. Frame's bit big for me though.

    I still like the stuff this company puts out. http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/

    This is the first nice bike I ever owned. Commuted on it a fair bit when I lived in Brisbane, and did the odd off-road excursion in Sydney:

    It currently lives in a basement in Australia gathering dust. It may be too big for me.

    The first non-Kmart/garage sale/etc bike I owned (until stolen) was a black Diamondback Outlook (early 90s, rigid, and I think steel) bought from a LBS. I loved it, and I wish I still had it: it'd make a nice beater-commuter! I saw one on Craigslist once and was tempted. Not my bike, but I think this was the model.

    My other bikes are a GT GTR Series 1, Kona Jake and a rusty GT Avalanche 3.0. They're mostly stock. I just noticed all my bikes are aluminum. I guess I need a nice steel SS/FG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vvill View Post
    I guess I need a nice steel SS/FG.
    yup.

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    I don't have any real glamour shots...but here is what I call my "commuter", a 2012 Bianchi Volpe. I just swapped out the tires for Michelin Citys though.



    And this is the road bike. A 2003 Cannondale R400 that I picked up off CL. It has actually served me extremely well, and I've used it for I think 4 century rides this season, plus I use it for commuting on nicer days. This is a somewhat older photo, as I've since swapped out the saddle and bottle cages:


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    35 POUNDS of STEEL, baby!

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    Yes, I know this picture is taken from the wrong side.

    Don't worry, you aren't missing anything by not being able to see the awesomeness of the drivetrain.

    Really, you aren't.

    Oh, and because I know you all have been waiting breathlessly to find out, this is a 1993 Giant Rincon, which I believe was the first model year of this fine, fine steed. Its sleek 18" frame is TIG welded from the finest cro-moly steel, while the fork was lovingly hand-crafted by skilled artisans from "Giant steel". The paint job is best described as "black with pink sparkles".
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