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    g, what's the SKU for white on white?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by csbmo View Post
    g, what's the SKU for white on white?
    sku#11

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    PMP 34/46 rings on Campy Centaur everything else down to the hubs. I had the Stella Azzura fork it sitting around. It works.


     

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    Wow, great looking bike
    How do you like the shifting on the PMP rings? I thought about them and went with a TA 46 up front on my campy cranks
    what cassette size you running in the back?
     

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    I put road tires on and went for a 30ish mile ride today. The shifting is excellent, even for the sub-optimal ST pulley setup. I have heard that the shifting gets better as the ring wears in. I think it's a 12-25 in the back. I also have a 46 TA ring I'll try on another bike, but the workmanship on the PMP is way nicer.

    Quote Originally Posted by rosss View Post
    Wow, great looking bike
    How do you like the shifting on the PMP rings? I thought about them and went with a TA 46 up front on my campy cranks
    what cassette size you running in the back?
     

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    CX is cool...

    My steed...

    Seven Tsunami...good fun.
     

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    Love that Tsunami. Have you been at the NCCX series this year? What cat.?
     

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    Default Mrs. Mustache rides her seven.

    Quote Originally Posted by swoop View Post
    if you race your seven.... post a pic. i wanna see sevens being raced. lets debunk the doctor's bike myth.
    Braved Detroit's south east side, the barracks, and the cavalry man firing a muzzle-loader much to close to the field. On the left.

    http://chicky.smugmug.com/2009/Cyclo...845_HhxQH-A-LB

    Last edited by Mrs. Mustache; 11-17-2009 at 08:49 PM. Reason: where da pic-toor??
     

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    My SS Seven. A fun bike to putz around town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by legacysti888 View Post
    My SS Seven. A fun bike to putz around town.
    jeezus khrist. pretty!
     

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    Boi yoi yoing!!!!!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by legacysti888 View Post
    My SS Seven. A fun bike to putz around town.
    Really nice. I'm going to do something like that to my Axiom next year.

    p.s. It's "futz", not "putz". Futz means 'to fart around'. Putz means penis, and not in a good way.
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Really nice. I'm going to do something like that to my Axiom next year.

    p.s. It's "futz", not "putz". Futz means 'to fart around'. Putz means penis, and not in a good way.
    is penis in a good way "schmekel?"

    thank you,

    jerk
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by davids View Post
    Really nice. I'm going to do something like that to my Axiom next year.

    p.s. It's "futz", not "putz". Futz means 'to fart around'. Putz means penis, and not in a good way.
    http://www.randomhouse.com/wotd/inde...?date=19981027

    From where I grew up, it meant puttering around.. hahahah..

    I suppose to penis around town or puttering around town is one of the same.. I really mean just to bike around without any real purpose other than exercise.. the ride is muy nice as a SS...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by legacysti888 View Post
    My SS Seven. A fun bike to putz around town.

    That is, by far, the coolest ss/fixed bike I have ever seen. It hits all the notes in my world.

    Odonata - a game changing test ride
    Deltas - coolest brakes ever. ever.
    Campagnolo Super Record pedals - 'nuf said
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    is penis in a good way "schmekel?"

    thank you,

    jerk
    Why yes. Here's an illustrative phrase:

    GO!

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    Default Goldfish Elium

    Cold outside and no kids activities today, so I had some free time to catch up on some tinkering I wanted to do with my bikes and thought I would post some pics of a couple I hadn't put up before.

    Here's the Elium in goldfish orange. Nice bike, a gift from my wife and kids. Unfortunately, it only gets ridden to basketball on Sat mornings and with the kids around the neighborhood.
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    That's a helluva neighborhood bike! Nice pedals BTW with the straps!

    You've got quite a wife - she seems to keep giving you nice bikes. Sevens and Speedvagens, etc. Not a bad gig you've got there.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saab2000 View Post
    You've got quite a wife.
    Thanks Saab. She is a wonderful wife and mother and I count my blessings everyday that she agreed to marry me!

    BTW...Good luck to our Packers today. Will you be able to watch it, or will you be in flight?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by moran View Post
    Thanks Saab. She is a wonderful wife and mother and I count my blessings everyday that she agreed to marry me!

    BTW...Good luck to our Packers today. Will you be able to watch it, or will you be in flight?
    I'll be watching! 'bout time I get a Sunday off to watch football.
     

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