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    Official Specialized Picture Thread

    Bushpig suggested we start one.

    Post pictures of your Specialized!



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    1992 Specialized M2 Team - Ned Replica



    My 06 E5 Road Bike


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    Love that M2 Ned replica.
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    I just heard a huge alarm go off when I scrolled to amybrook's second pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed
    I just heard a huge alarm go off when I scrolled to amybrook's second pic.
    I know, road bikes... stupid right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    I know, road bikes... stupid right?

    Don't listen to those guys - road bikes rock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    I know, road bikes... stupid right?


    It just shocked me to see something so modern and skinny on these sacred pages. Yours could be the first modern road bike ever posted here...

    I personally ride them. In fact my legs are aching from our local crit held last night.
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    Here's a few of my Specys There's 2 more but dont have pic's handy, a '83 Stumpy and '01 S-Works FSR

    '92 S-Works Carbon (cro-mo lugs)


    '91 Stumpjumper M2


    and my only roadie bike '01 S-Works Festina E-5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed
    I just heard a huge alarm go off when I scrolled to amybrook's second pic.
    Yep, I say leave the road bike pics out of the thread. IMHO CX bikes qualify here, barely...

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    RockCombo

    the rockcombo cleaned up pretty nice.
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    Was that on Boulder CL a little while ago for $75?

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    I always wanted a RockCombo and got this '89 awhile back, a very nice riding bike, alittle heavy but fun. It was alittle big so it went the Ebay way

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    Was that on Boulder CL a little while ago for $75?

    yes, that's the one. it was a lot rougher than they described it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surly357
    yes, that's the one. it was a lot rougher than they described it.
    Damn. I was second from calling the guy and jumping in my car from the Springs.

    Hopefully this wont derail the thread too much, but in the past couple weeks I've noticed a couple Colorado VRC folk. I'm thinking a Colorado vintage gathering is in order. Fruita?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    Hopefully this wont derail the thread too much, but in the past couple weeks I've noticed a couple Colorado VRC folk. I'm thinking a Colorado vintage gathering is in order. Fruita?
    Not a bad idea. Some years back I considered going to the annual Yeti Tribe meet in Snowmass, when people were still showing up on rigid Yeti bikes, but I see now that the flavor has changed. Not sure I could make it to the western slope these days. I'll refrain from posting a Yeti photo in the Specialized thread.

    I own a Stumpjumper with 24" wheels that's all original and a first year M2 frame.

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    '83 Stumpy Sport

    heres my contribution. I've got a few more but not yet complete.
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    "I won't sell these for a penny less than $60.00. I'd rather put 'em back on the shelf and keep 'em! "

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    My '87 Stumpy Commuter...

    Complete with a Swobo basket and copious Colorado goodies!!

    Best coffee ever... www.copperdoorcoffee.com/

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    I found a pic of mine, doesnt everybody have one of these?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinjin4131
    Complete with a Swobo basket and copious Colorado goodies!!

    I think thats the coolest one yet. I never knew kb11 was such a Special Ed Head.

    Sinjin, did I see you on a Discovery Channel program about a rockclimber that had to use his adrenalin to lift a huge rock off of himself? (not many Sinjins I dont think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinjin4131
    Complete with a Swobo basket and copious Colorado goodies!!

    stranahans

    looking for 20-21" P team

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    '89 Stumpjumper Comp

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    S-Works Carbon

    My 1992 S-Works Carbon



    and showing that beautiful purple hue


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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook
    Hopefully this wont derail the thread too much, but in the past couple weeks I've noticed a couple Colorado VRC folk. I'm thinking a Colorado vintage gathering is in order. Fruita?
    I'm in.

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    still unsure what to do with this. the finish is beat & it's sad to see something so exotic looking so trashed. may strip it & turn it into a minimalist urban thing (sacriledge, yeah).


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    [QUOTE=xy9ine]still unsure what to do with this. the finish is beat & it's sad to see something so exotic looking so trashed. may strip it & turn it into a minimalist urban thing (sacriledge, yeah).

    That would be one option. Seeing as this frame has Ti lugs it probably would be worth it to retore the finish or just build a rider out of it. I love the way these ride, waaaay smoother than a steel or aluminum frame. I'd just build it and enjoy it. You can use anything for a minimalist urban thing.
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