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    Quote Originally Posted by WFSTEKL View Post
    Wow!

    Zank makes a good white bike, eh?
    White's for getting dirty;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFSTEKL View Post
    Monster Head Shot
    Cool stem!
     

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    These are the best I can find on my new computer (have yet to transfer the photos over)...not much bling here, and I'd do some things differently, but they're what I have for now and i don't see anything new in the future...
    One of these days I'll find a pic of the custom tandem too...
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    Jason
     

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    I have 4 left, but two of them are on the chopping block.




    Now, you Irish cops are perking up. That's two sound theories in one day, neither of which deal with abnormally sized men. Kind of makes me feel like Riverdancing.

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    @handsomerob... i like your collection. can you give us some history on the last one?
     

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    @ergott... what bars are you using on the white zank? looks like a good fit with the DA levers.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by musgravecycles View Post
    My main squeeze...
    *now with a Regal and white tape



    My knees just got a little shakey.....:adore:






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    A pair of mine. Lugged and Fillet brazed, in steel of course.
    We can even inset text between pictures here:adore:


    It works:thrasher: Thanks TT. Frank
    Last edited by rydesteel; 06-25-2008 at 08:20 AM.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    dave,

    i dig that spectrum. cool setup and love green.

    thanks, it's called mango green in the dupont fleet color selector book. it's fun to have a bike that reminds you of some of your favorite foods. let's say you like kit kat bars, for example, and get a bike fashioned around different browns - which, by the way, is such a cool color palette for steel. :cheers:

    this thread is really becoming quite the collection. :thrasher:
     

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    almost forgot this one . . .

    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    the only bike i wish i never sold

    Man I remember that one!

    I wanted that one, but think I was going through some bs at the time.

    There were two right? One with the carbon rear end and one w/o?

    At least that is what I remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ergott View Post
    no longer with those wheels.

    Amazing bike.



    -Eric
    i still have the first version of this on my desktop at work. Inspired my white bike.

    One of the gotta get bikes on my list.
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    Steel is real....




    And so is aluminum...


     

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    Yer a certifed BA. Great shots too. :adore:

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    Archibald,

    Is that your son dropping in on that Brooklyn? I am in awe of the rider and the pics!

    How does that extra left-side gear work? Is it a huge travel rear shock deal? Specific to downhill machines? Never seen one like it before.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by handsomerob View Post
    I have 4 left, but two of them are on the chopping block.

    I'm feeling this fellow here.
     

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    Those gold pedals look like they'd remove half your leg if you're not careful.
    :frown:
     

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    In chronological order:

    1. A Steel Axiom, acquired from eBay. I bought this in '03 after I started getting serious about road biking. It's been through a few iterations. I think of it as my "worst" bike, but it's the bike that I use for all my long, tough rides in Maine. Here it is at its summer home:



    2. A Serotta Nove, bought late in '05. It is 'stock' Serotta race geometry, a bit low and very stable. This is a lovely bike - smooth, comfortable and fast. It's the bike I grab for long rides:



    3. A Pegoretti Love #3 in Team Nerac colors. Although I bought the frame in late '06, it just reached its first birthday as a complete bike. Solid, smooth and perfectly balanced. This is my 'everyday' bike for those 6:15 am group rides:



    4. The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp. I bought this a few months ago, after testing a whole passel of mid-priced mountain bikes. I only rode the Stumpy because the shop's loaner Epic hadn't been returned on time. I didn't think I was going to like it, but... It's a very canny balance of long(ish)-travel trail bike and cross-country racer - It's perfect for the semi-fast rock & root-strewn trails of New England. It's my crappy weather toy, and will get a lot of use between November and March:

    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saab2000 View Post
    Archibald,

    Is that your son dropping in on that Brooklyn? I am in awe of the rider and the pics!

    How does that extra left-side gear work? Is it a huge travel rear shock deal? Specific to downhill machines? Never seen one like it before.
    That's me on the Brooklyn. My son in the second picture on the Evil.

    The Brooklyn uses a jackshaft so that chain forces are concentric with the rear suspension pivot. Virtually eliminates pedal feedback and bobbing. With the floating rear brake, the whole package is very active and effective yet still pedals well for a 9" travel bike.
     

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