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    It's finally here....and it's gray!

    The bike showed up today and here it is all built up...now the snow just needs to melt!!!

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    Nice bike, is that a small or medium? The Ano Gray is the perfect finish.

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    Twinsies! Yours is already built, though. Mine's still in progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    Twinsies! Yours is already built, though. Mine's still in progress.
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    Very nice - I was watching it being built and packaged. I am sure you will have tons of fun on it!!
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    I like the Chumba racing stickers on the rims!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    Twinsies! Yours is already built, though. Mine's still in progress.
    Seriously, I've had mine for over a week and all I've managed to do is get the BB and FD mounted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wankel
    Seriously, I've had mine for over a week and all I've managed to do is get the BB and FD mounted!
    Judging by your avatar I'm guessing we have the same reasons for delay. Cute kid but ain't it hard to get anything done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    Cute kid but ain't it hard to get anything done?
    Dude, I'm pickin' up what you're puttin' down. 4 1/2 month old here...haven't been able to work on my bike in, oh, about 4 1/2 months.
    Extreme stationary biker.

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    2 months and 2.5 years here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    2 months and 2.5 years here.
    2 Months and 3 years now... But I work after he sleeps... Or he helps...



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    Quote Originally Posted by scruffylooking
    Judging by your avatar I'm guessing we have the same reasons for delay. Cute kid but ain't it hard to get anything done?
    Ya, she's a year old. Too damn cute! Definitely taxing my bike time though. I have to wait until she goes to bed, which means night skiing and probably a lot of night riding this summer.

    Oh yeah, because I bought the XCL, my wife wanted something of equivalent value for her. Fortunately, I have the best wife in the world...she wanted a new 50" plasma TV and surround sound system! So, I've spent a lot of time getting that all setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wankel
    Ya, she's a year old. Too damn cute! Definitely taxing my bike time though. I have to wait until she goes to bed, which means night skiing and probably a lot of night riding this summer.

    Oh yeah, because I bought the XCL, my wife wanted something of equivalent value for her. Fortunately, I have the best wife in the world...she wanted a new 50" plasma TV and surround sound system! So, I've spent a lot of time getting that all setup.


    Lucky.

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    I have 5 year old twins and a 1 1/2 year old. When the twins were born, I did not ride for 2 years. I was so exhausted, just the thought of pedaling up a mountain on a bike was enough to make me almost puke. But they're bigger now and it's all good.

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    It is..now my husband is smitten with it! I have a sneaking suspicion that we'll be adding another one this summer!

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    Hah. He should get... ano gray!

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    nice biiike....i like...the yarrrr factor is lower with that long stem and third chainring, but still a descent yarrr factor

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairygut
    nice biiike....i like...the yarrrr factor is lower with that long stem and third chainring, but still a descent yarrr factor
    The stem is long...it's getting switched out with a shorter one, but the big ring is staying...not because it's going to get used a lot, but because it's pretty and looks cool with the cranks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaclynj
    The stem is long...it's getting switched out with a shorter one, but the big ring is staying...not because it's going to get used a lot, but because it's pretty and looks cool with the cranks!
    You can install a nice bashring and there are many colors available...

    That bike would look killer with a transparent bashring. My choice would be black, but that can be kind of "me too" for some people.

    White is fashion now, but a bashguard will get scratched and bruised and white will look old and crappy... not to mention grease sticks ugly to white.
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