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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

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    Many years ago with Shimano 7900 and tubulars on a Mt. Riga ride.

    Nice seat binder bolt!
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    first ride this morning. in love.
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    Wow, Dylan H, what a nice bike and a nice picture of it to boot.
    Every time I see a clean Sachs that just sits/looks right, I realize how much I'm overthinking every aspect of my next ride.
    I would be ecstatic if that was mine sitting downstairs waiting for me to ride it.
    Thanks for posting that great pic of it.
     

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    Another 50 or so miles on the blue bomber.

     

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    still one of my favorite paint jobs. I love the yellow accents on contrasting blues.

    also, great spot for a picture!
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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    I have quite a few bikes, this one is my favorite.

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    Smiles for miles...

    IMG_5344.jpg
     

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    I have quite a few bikes, this one is my favorite.
    How do you like the White Ind VBC crankset? Thinking about those for my Cielo.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly View Post
    How do you like the White Ind VBC crankset? Thinking about those for my Cielo.
    Love em

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    Currently.

     

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    Default Re: Richard Sachs Bicycles

    Blue Bomber resprayed...?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by INDECS View Post
    Blue Bomber resprayed...?
    No this orange one is brand new.
     

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    No this orange one is brand new.
    Well done.

    So basically same as the blue bomber with Di2 and current generation paintwork?
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    Pay attention please. This bike is eTap ready ! DCT got a discount because Richard did not have to braze on the cable stops.
     

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    DCT: Nice!
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    Untitled by dlcorr, on Flickr
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    First ride. Weather could have been better, but there's no way the bike could.
    There isn't one thing I'm going to change on this bike except get it messy and
    beat the snot out of it.

    The Etap took about 10 seconds to get the hang of. The ride of the steel frame and
    fork combined with the carbon wheels, fat tires, and solid geo that Richard does it
    a winner.

     

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    david corr

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCT View Post
    First ride. Weather could have been better, but there's no way the bike could.
    There isn't one thing I'm going to change on this bike except get it messy and
    beat the snot out of it.

    The Etap took about 10 seconds to get the hang of. The ride of the steel frame and
    fork combined with the carbon wheels, fat tires, and solid geo that Richard does it
    a winner.

    So perfect! And isn't it nuts how easy eTap is to get used to. I haven't ridden mine in a week or so and took it out for a couple hours this morning. I didn't even have to think about the shifting. Congrats on the new addition, D, a "winner" is an understatement.
     

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    Darren, what tires did you put in there ?
     

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