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    They gave up too many 7s! I'm hurtin' over that one.
     

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    Can anybody beat a pair of Seven's? :-)
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    The pink one is really sweet.
     

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    She's the newer one. The steel training/commuting/ beast to go along with her matching gemoetry Ti counterpart. :-)

    Just for you I'll have to post up a pic of my old '88 DeRosa Professional.
     

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    As a Seattlite, I love fendered bikes. What fork is pinkie wearing? Looks like a Seven 5E, but I didn't know they had one with eyelets.
     

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    Well if you love fendered bikes..keep your eyes peeled for this one, I'm a Seattlite as well! The fork is a 5E, they have the option to have tabs on them.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haldy View Post
    ....keep your eyes peeled for this one, I'm a Seattlite as well!
    With that pink paint, I won't be mistaken if I see you out there on it. I'll make sure to give a wave.
     

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    I'm new around here... Wanted to show off my new pride & joy. Got it a couple of weeks ago.

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    Default Re: Seven Cycles

    Sweet! what fork is on it?
    "SHUT UP LEGS"

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    Quote Originally Posted by redturbo View Post
    Sweet! what fork is on it?
    Thanks. It's the Seven 5E fork. They now come standard in the carbon weave finish rather than flat black paint.
     

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    Default I can't beat your pair, but I'll call

     

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    Then I guess I should show my other one. 2006 id8 that has served me well for years.

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    4ster
    that is one of the better looking 7's i've seen. i have a similar paint scheme on my spectrum. i think yours looks great. i have a 7 cross bike i just repainted and converted to a dedicated rain bike i'll get around to posting.
    great job
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    ERDR, thanks for the compliments. I remember seeing your Spectrum when reading the Spectrum thread Friday. It looks really nice. Yes, please post a picture of your repainted Seven.
     

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    Here's mine, still missing in action... working on a replacement, i'm thinking an Axiom SL
    this is a 54 c-c, 56 top, classic geo. If someone got it for cheap...
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    Default Re: Seven Cycles

    Here's an old school Seven Axiom Ti (circa 2001) with horizontal top tube and quill stem.

     

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    Here's an old school Seven Axiom Ti (circa 2001) with horizontal top tube and quill stem. It's 57cm x 56.5cm TT. A very able rig to propel not so able legs.

     

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    Here's another. Axiom S for 2010 development squad. I asked for it to be built around the overall design of my vanilla road bike that I've had since '07 because well, its still the best-fitting/riding racing bike I've ever been on.

    Neil in the design shop is great to work with and he even suggested we try the BB30 option with this frame to be able to maintain the desired stiffness in the drivetrain yet still be able to build the rear end comfortable enough for crap roads and conditions. Shedding a few ounces is an added bonus especially in this straight-guage tubed bike.

    If I can get some 26 or 27 mm tires on there, some of you will be seeing this puppy at D2R2.

    No races on it yet (which is its intended use) but it fits perfectly and I'm sure it will excel in both crits and climbing/road courses.
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    Just put this one together yesterday and took it for a 45 mile shakedown run. It's set up single speed, but has capabilities for gears should I want them.
    New wheels soon for actual cyclocross usage. Until then it's Open Pros and road tires. Bottle cages and saddle will be switched out once a few more parts get in. It's not that the Arundels don't hold bottles, they just don't do it as nice as King Ti cages do.

     

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    who's making seven's carbon cx fork? is it an asian job or is it from edge?
     

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