Oh boy, here we go, this will be the kind of thread that forum admins must hate. Seems like every forum I have evere been a part of crashes when a big photo thread starts.
No offense D, just seems like it happens.
Now, if I can get to my resizer (not allowed to access it on this here company laptop) I can add to TT's misery.
The first two are daily drivers and the third is not ridden enough.
bro wowie zowie those are cool bikes
thanks excuse my dumbness but what is the fancy first bike ?
I'm guessing a Giro '88 model.
here goes nothing.....not sure if this is going to work or not.
edit - sorry for the crappy pic........i'll work on it.........
Last edited by shanerpvt; 07-08-2008 at 07:24 AM.
well now, it seems that i've exceeded my quota--and i don't have remote stuff. so nebbermind. it was just a shot of me regaining my senses and water bottle after being launched from the saddle in the season opener, while the bike patiently waited in the muck.
This is my commuter. Since I ride it during the week it doesn't get taken on too many long weekend rides which is a shame 'cause it really shines when I throw on some Open Pros and ditch the carradice. I just switched out the brakes and had to change the fender attachment and it looks like I still need to tweak the fender lines a little.
That's pvc spacer below to keep the bag off the seat stays and my thighs.
I'm riding this one this weekend -
My Kirk on the rainy ride day in NC.
I'm getting a hankering for some steel!
My main squeeze...
*now with a Regal
Last edited by Jason Musgrave; 12-25-2008 at 10:11 PM.
I said it over at the old lunch room and I'll say it again here. That Zero is the platonic ideal. I have never seen a more focused, austere, aesthetically perfect road racing bicycle.