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    Default Hampsten / Tournesol

    I'll start. Designed by Steve, executed by Moots. Love it.

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    good call. execution by parlee, imagination by steve and douglas.
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    just a couple of customer's bikes...
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    this one is my current favorite:
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    i think that i can say without fear of contradiction that i love the hell out of that beige bike. heck, i love all beige bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    i think that i can say without fear of contradiction that i love the hell out of that beige bike. heck, i love all beige bikes.
    but it needs CD dark ano rims!
     

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    Beige bike rocks my world. Lose the bars yo. Puhleeese.

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    I saw this one at the Rhody Ride in Port Townsend, WA earlier this year. Very cool.
    I heart burnt bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Beige bike rocks my world. Lose the bars yo. Puhleeese.
    yeah, i know - i need new bars for next year. what do folks like or should i just do a search? i like classic bend but i don't like the modern/shallow drops.

    the blue bike above was a fun build, good customer
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantM View Post
    this one is my current favorite:
    im getting this exact same bikemo

    love it
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    yeah, i know - i need new bars for next year. what do folks like or should i just do a search? i like classic bend but i don't like the modern/shallow drops.

    the blue bike above was a fun build, good customer
    i like the deda deeps which come os or 26
     

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    That beige bike is one of my all time favorites.

    Deda Deeps (215) here atmo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinf View Post
    good call. execution by parlee, imagination by steve and douglas.
    justin,

    more pix of this pls and thk u
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    im getting this exact same bikemo

    love it
    Nice choice Darren! That is one of those bikes I always take a second look at. You'll have quite a stable.
    I've been thinking of getting a hold of Hampco about something in aluminum, myself.
     

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    Here is my Hampco Tour De Suisse...bought back when I could barely afford one of these carbon beauties. Now I couldn't come close.

    Recent upgrades...and put away for the winter. Rides great and of course, Steve was right on back when had the talk about what I was looking for and fit.

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    I am 100% feeling this one:
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    After the snow and slush clears I'll finally get a decent snapshot of my beloved Hampsten Z2 custom up here...
     

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    Default 2003 Hampsten Z1

    Fireplace shot for the winter ... Steve and Parlee delivered a winner
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    Nice cinghiale on the top tube!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Jays View Post
    Nice cinghiale on the top tube!
    Yep, I love the Hampsten piggy! I got lots of looks on this bike in the Dolomites (though it is a crime the Hampsten did not carry me on my one and only ride over the Gavia/Mortirolo). Once we moved back to the states I decided not to travel with a carbon bike that now costs 3x what I paid for it. It still holds my Ventoux and Maratona dles Dolomites records, though ...
     

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