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No problem, big guy. Where you from?

LA, CA area; about 30 miles due east of downtown. Not many areas to ride in this metropolis, so I have to get out on the road very early to avoid the cars (no offense to Volvo owners). I enjoy my wagons because they're also really nice bike racks. No need to dismount the front wheel. -Wm.

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QUOTE (matt b @ May 9 2008, 11:35 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You're lucky, I'd take any Colnago over my Litespeed, any day of the week!

Thanks, Matt. I wouldn't sneeze over a Litespeed. A quality bike to be sure. Not many are so fortunate. Enjoy it! -Wm.

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great collection 11@47!

I see we have another bike tech.

My girlfriend and I just finished up this build:

Don't worry, a proper one speed wheel set's in the future.

We wanted to get her rolling on a budget.

I LOVE it! That chain is wild! Nice color combinations too. You and Spoony are into the single speeds. I'll need some pointers from you both. Hopefully he'll post his. It's nice! Good work! -Wm.

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I'm late to the party, but here's my baby...DeVinci District 1 D/J

A few mods done to her already, but mostly stock for now...biggest change was to the Camo wheels.

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You kidding me!? I can't afford that thing! I'm broke! I'll let you know how the guy likes it though. He decided to go with the thomson instead of the matching easton seatpost. Kinda weird, in my opinion, since he's so concerned with weight. I've heard good things about the fork though.

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You kidding me!? I can't afford that thing! I'm broke! I'll let you know how the guy likes it though. He decided to go with the thomson instead of the matching easton seatpost. Kinda weird, in my opinion, since he's so concerned with weight. I've heard good things about the fork though.

I currently have the EC70, which has the aluminum steer tube, have thought about switching to the EC90 since it's all carson fibers.

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The one thing I don't trust about carbon fiber is its lifespan. I would feel relatively comfortable with just the fork blades made of carbon fiber but I'm not sure how I'd feel about the steerer tube made of the same material. But then again, I'm in a city environment and I'm assuming you're a little less rough with your stuff.

I can get back to you about the guys opinion about the fork but it probably won't be much help considering he just got it the other day.

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The one thing I don't trust about carbon fiber is its lifespan. I would feel relatively comfortable with just the fork blades made of carbon fiber but I'm not sure how I'd feel about the steerer tube made of the same material. But then again, I'm in a city environment and I'm assuming you're a little less rough with your stuff.

I can get back to you about the guys opinion about the fork but it probably won't be much help considering he just got it the other day.

I've read reviews on roadbikereview.com, so no biggie.

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