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    Nice One. I'll put new pics of mine with 7700 when my stem arrives from State College, PA. I still kick myself for not getting a 25 Anniversary Group while waiting in the queue for my '11. Too pricey now.
     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Quote Originally Posted by classtimesailer View Post
    Nice One. I'll put new pics of mine with 7700 when my stem arrives from State College, PA. I still kick myself for not getting a 25 Anniversary Group while waiting in the queue for my '11. Too pricey now.
    It was a complete surprise to me, to walk into the shop and see that on the stand. I may have seen one once back then. The attache' case was there but not the watch. They didnt sell that well, and at one time the 25th was the same or less than the current.

    Polished, then logo painted, then clear coated. really beautiful.

    The shop also rolled out a EM70 recently too. One of the ten (out of 70 total) sent to the USA. I gaffed and did not see that in person.
     

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    Another new build on a fantastic bicycle. I've had silver alloy Campy, black carbon Campy, 10speed SRAM, 10 speed Dura-Ace,
    and now 11 speed SRAM Red. It's incredible how planted and comfortable this bike is. With the 202 wheels and the fat tires,
    it accelerates like a rocket ship and has a nice flex to it. The black Chris King headset gets installed next week and this bike will
    be good to go for another 30,000 miles.

     

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    Are you sure the chain stays are not too long ?
     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    My fat tire winter bike is looking pretty good.

     

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    Years ago when I used Super Record. Lionel would be proud.

     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    proper
     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Quote Originally Posted by DeeCeeTee View Post
    My fat tire winter bike is looking pretty good.
    Didn't you mean flat tire winter bike? When are you going to junk those Zipp tires?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by happycampyer View Post
    Didn't you mean flat tire winter bike? When are you going to junk those Zipp tires?
    Actually I really like those tires. The one flat was from bombing down a dirt road with golf ball size rocks going about about 30mph.
    I'm just used to the Evergreen and being able to ride over anything.
     

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    This is another Sachs road bike I had years ago. I sold it to HappyCampyer who I think still has it?

     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    proper er
     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Quote Originally Posted by Vonruden View Post
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    " you waited how long for the frame???!!"
     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    -------------- CUSTOM --------------

     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Sachs and a Gaulzetti. One of these has granny gears.

     

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    Byram Lake and Guard Hill are in perfect shape these days. Disc brakes not needed.

     

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    Red and campy. Like it's supposed to be. Got to change that stem to a more elegant one.

     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Quote Originally Posted by DCT View Post
    Byram Lake and Guard Hill are in perfect shape these days. Disc brakes not needed.

    The "paved" road I used today was much harsher than that stretch of dirt. No wonder you love it so much.

    PS - I still love your bike.

    PPS - Lionel, just acetone the logos off.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Strongin View Post

    PPS - Lionel, just acetone the logos off.
    Nah, I find that stem too big for this bike. Needs something classier
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel View Post
    Nah, I find that stem too big for this bike. Needs something classier
    We are on Cinelli stems, handlebars, and seat posts and you should be too according to my opinion.

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