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    Heres mine .......................................

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    My new project. A big nod to the GF for her allowing me one final bike in the house


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    One final project bike?

    nice swan song

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    e13 grape chainring,
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    NICE! looks familiar!!!

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    Finishing my 1x9 finally.
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    Surly 1x1 fork

    Quote Originally Posted by longfinkillie View Post
    My new project. A big nod to the GF for her allowing me one final bike in the house

    Sweet Johnny T!!!

    I went and got one-a deez..

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    I've been using Crank Bros since 2005....I got sick of breaking them constantly. Upgraded to Time ATAC. No rides on them yet but they feel much more solid just pedaling around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    I've been using Crank Bros since 2005....I got sick of breaking them constantly. Upgraded to Time ATAC. No rides on them yet but they feel much more solid just pedaling around.

    Nice, I've been thinking about switching to these when my current pedals go. Looks like the bottom of your crank arm has seen better days....ouch. You must have some rocky terrain where you are at. I know we have plenty of it here in TX.

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    Shimano PD M520


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    Quote Originally Posted by egapal View Post
    Shimano PD M520

    How well do you like the PD M520. My research has told me they are bullet proof and fairly reliable/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowboarderdude View Post
    How well do you like the PD M520. My research has told me they are bullet proof and fairly reliable/
    Just picked them up today and won't be able to try them out till Sunday. But, I'll you know.

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    Here is my latest project......












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    My current ones ripped after 3 rides. But they have great reviews, so i'll give a second chance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Pumper View Post
    Here is my latest project......
    UUUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM, how about giving us the real pic... LIKE THE ONE IN YOUR AVATAR!!!

    C'MON your killing us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    UUUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM, how about giving us the real pic... LIKE THE ONE IN YOUR AVATAR!!!

    C'MON your killing us!

    MTBP

    Ah yes,, my infamous avatar. It was a project in itself since it is a Photoshop image that I did. I purposely kept it small so the model can't be identified to avoid any copyright issues. Also, that way I did no have to be really precise when I cut and pasted the pictures over my bike. I could however do a Photoshop of my wife's greats legs with my bike if you like.
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    New BB Or .. Almost new. Bought it used, but only slightly and in very good condition.
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    Why are my shins so scarred..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowboarderdude View Post
    How well do you like the PD M520. My research has told me they are bullet proof and fairly reliable/
    I can speak for these. Affordable, and hold up really well. My wife and I both use them, and have had absolutely no issues with them at all.

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    Fresh out of the box. Finally managed to track down a 27.2 dropper seatpost. The only two hydraulic ones made are out of stock everywhere.


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    but with it came a pair of Giro gloves, Shimano shoes, Eggbeaters, white saddle, Mr Tuffy liner and a Woodman post on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
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    Sweet rig right there... That will be my next bike for next season
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    Looks like Giant bikes are a theme right now... Got this one on Sunday.

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    Nothing fancy. Just some Oury grips and red ODI lock on clamps.


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    New frame last month, shoes a couple weeks ago and a new BIG bag yesterday.
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    bought some real cranks for the single speed:

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    Here's my ride!
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    Recently sold my Trek 4300 and got my SC Superlight!


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    Fixed gear cog


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    Quote Originally Posted by skrap1r0n View Post
    My latest toy and first FS. Rocky Mountain Altitude 50 RSL.

    Looks like Centex with the ledges and junipers.

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    Got these first (HomeBrewed) still waiting on a big shipment from UPS that's supposed to be here today too.


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    Here's the rest of the goods!









    Cobalt 11 XC 15mm Riser


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    On-One Inbred 2nd gen Slot Dropout
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    Some Ti goodness for my new baby...





    220 gms., 185 lbs. rider weight limit...i better not gain weight or better yet, lose some.

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    The C-Dale on the left is 6 months old, but the Specialized I got last week.
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    Riding Buddy!

    10 weeks old!
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    Doh wrong pic...insert pic of used F29 fox fork...use your imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksechler View Post
    10 weeks old!
    That is a great bike related purchase!! Very cool looking dog.

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    Purchased a cheapo rim and spokes for my fixie to build up a vintage track hub that I had laying around. My first complete wheel build. I've laced many wheels before and trued numerous (I work at a lbs) but this is my first complete build. Pretty good, good tension, especially for doing it at home without shop tools. Dish is off about 1 or 2mm...not a big deal for a fixie There are a couple vertical hops (small ones) that I'm going to try to finish truing out on my next off day from work. They aren't bad though. I'm pretty proud of myself on this one.





    *edit* I even thought I'd be cool and make my key spoke silver and throw a red nip on it
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    Here's mine from today and this weekend.
    Unfortunately (for my wife and wallet) I have a Pearl Izumi store nun-too-far from my house so I picked up a pair of Pi X-Alps Drifts this weekend.
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    Then went to my LBS and was going to pick up a pair of PD-M520 pedals to go with the shoe when their mechanic came up to me and was like, dude you want these!!!
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gfisicaro/5907104406/" title="Untitled by renofizz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6018/5907104406_c2a2d93023.jpg" width="500" height="374" alt=""></a>
    Handed me a pair of new PD-M530s! Apparently, same exact mechanism as the 520 but has a lower grade outter body that is the exact same mold for the XTRs. Figure for only $10 more I might as well give them a try. First clipless so should be interesting.

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    Diadora X-Country 2 shoes.

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    A brand new XT cassette for $40. It was an out of box clearance at a local shop.

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    My latest pickup -- the stand, not the bike.








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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    I've been using Crank Bros since 2005....I got sick of breaking them constantly. Upgraded to Time ATAC. No rides on them yet but they feel much more solid just pedaling around.
    I switched to Time about six months ago, from SPD. Much more consistent clip-in and clip-out. Plus, they just look sexy.

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    [QUOTE=joe_bloe;8211805]My latest pickup -- the stand, not the bike. *SNIP*[QUOTE]

    What stand and price? I am in the market here soon for one... Tired of working on the ground!

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    Got this on craigslist... cheap. It looked like dooty...



    A little effort and some parts and it looks like this...



    Only road bike I'm interested in at this point... gives me something to ride when I'm not actually "riding".
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    I have a couple. EC90SL bars and Fox gloves



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    Quote Originally Posted by gregnash View Post

    What stand and price? I am in the market here soon for one... Tired of working on the ground!
    It's a cheap-o from Commercial Bargains --
    http://www.commercialbargains.com/pr...air-stand.aspx.

    List price on the website is $89, but they have it on eBay, too, with an opening bid of $72 w/ free shipping. I was the only bidder. Here's another one they've got up there, with 14 minutes left:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/CBI-ADJUSTABLE-P...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Pumper View Post
    Ah yes,, my infamous avatar. It was a project in itself since it is a Photoshop image that I did. I purposely kept it small so the model can't be identified to avoid any copyright issues. Also, that way I did no have to be really precise when I cut and pasted the pictures over my bike. I could however do a Photoshop of my wife's greats legs with my bike if you like.
    Id like that

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    Got these yesterday:

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    Now waiting on the pedals to arrive...

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    Kings laced to ZTR Arches...and the XX cassette...blingy.
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