Not your regular LBS hey?
That Parlee is very cool -- or very weird -- or very cool... I can't quite tell.
There's something refreshing about seeing a commuter taken to the absolute max.
These are the nicest kids' bikes that I've ever seen.
Those matte finish Indy Fabs really do it for me.
Someday I am going to have to make a trip to NH and order me one, and pick it up a few months later at Justin's shop.
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so that parlee is a Di2, SRM, long cage RD, full carbon commuter with lightweight tubulars... I like it when people spend a lot of money on bikes, but I don't get it.
I really like the IF. A lot. The restored serotta is nice too.
The IF is rad.
That IF kills.
I think that Serotta is one of Paul's bikes.
Justin - any chance that you can shoot your pics against a lighter background? The darks tend to blend a bit much.
Loris bike is way nice.
Lori's bike is fantastic. How much do you think those panels weigh?
I like the Parlee with the DA wheels.
Too much black and white for my liking. Get some more cool paint like the old Serotta. While your customers seem to have been guided in the right direction, I think the bikes seem a little blandoleum. I've never really been that big a fan of Parlees. To me, the external headset and fixed hanger makes them look like a more agricultural version of an early OCLV trek. These bikes seem to represent a whole lot of money and a decent amount of taste, but still more of the former than the latter.
Why the penchant for non-matching bar-stem-seatpost combos?
Also, the black white and red Parlee has to be the firt bike ever to run an Ultegra groupset with Lightweight wheels.