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i need a roadie. bad.

If you can. find a Litespeed: titanium is by far the best material I have ridden. I've done carbon, steel, aluminum and titanium and I love ti.

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QUOTE(matt b @ Aug 2 2007, 10:17 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
If you can. find a Litespeed: titanium is by far the best material I have ridden. I've done carbon, steel, aluminum and titanium and I love ti.

dude i eat top ramen.

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hahahhahahahhhahahaha

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What you guys don't know is that Larry is about 9' tall. Look at how high he has to adjust his seats.

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DMR 4130 steel frame, Pike air U-Turn fork($$$$$)(145 psi!), Holzfeller crankset, Saint brakes 8" front 6 rear, saint rdr, saint hubs, rhyno lite rims, Holy Roller tires for summer....

I'm pretty proud of it :P

Eats 5 foot drops for breakfast, I can climb if I want tho too.

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My bike protests this thread!

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OK, actually I was taking this to DC for a long-term loan, there was a demonstration, so Towery and I played along.

That's one of my single-speeds in the background. Aluminum frame, Hyd. discs and tubeless Michelins.

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The second SS I built

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The 3rd

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The boy at age 15-ish, with 2 of his that I built. He is now 20. My FSR is one year older, but nicer. He also has an Allez Elite and a P3 which is sold.

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Current road ride. 1988 Columbus CrMo Atala, Campy Record C.

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Favorite hardtail I owned, sold it to a professor. CrMo, of course.

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Parts of my current fave. Reynolds CrMo

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I also have a few others, the wife rides a Raleigh Mojave 8.0

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bwahaha.

this person speaketh the truth

He calls it a 10 speed, but it has a triple on the front. It must have a 3.33 cluster on the back.

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Here's my MTB, an Iron Horse Maverick with a few upgrades ;)

EDIT: the Maverick was dismantled, and now lives on a Jamis frame

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Here's my Son on his brandy-new Ibex Ignition...

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Here's my cobbled together El-Cheapo, buzz around the neighborhood bike, made up spare parts accumulated over the last decade or so,

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Are those BB-7 calipers on the Iron Horse? They work well.

I have had Oury grips (blue bike). Very cushy. I'm partial to Salsa grips, too.

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I was about to mention the Oury grips...

I'm going with Big Cheese grips. I've heard nothing but good things from people.

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Mikep,

yes, those are BB7's...

I just installed a 6" rear rotor & bracket, as the 8" rear was overkill, and about 140 grams heavier!

We're big Oury grip fans here, been using them for 10+ years. My Kid just got some Lime Green one's for his Ibex

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the ibex is nice, I always wanted to ride one, but never see them here.

When I was looking at FSRs in 2002 I rode a Sugar 2. I liked it a bit better than the FSR, but my friend (owner of the bike shop) made me the deal I couldn't refuse. Can't argue with "at cost".

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