Show your bike! if you have one course

Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health, Fitness & Food' started by MaKo´s Tethan, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. ExplorerMike

    ExplorerMike 60% of the time...it works every time.

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    Here’s my 2016 Terrible One Barcode. I’ve been riding bmx since 1995. 61C3603F-0060-4398-B080-939A945C3C7E.jpeg
     
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    will_shred Wannabe audio engineer

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    I got huge into mountainbiking over the summer, currently I ride a trek Marlin 6, but I quickly caught the bug I'm looking at upgrading to a Giant Trance 3. Full air suspension, dropper post, 27.5 inch wheels, ect. This thing is one mean machine.

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    Got a fatbike 1.5 years ago. Big fun in all conditions, even snow! :fever:
     
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    So, this happened last night:

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    2020 Venge Pro in gloss teal over carbon (overcast conditions so it looks black, but it has these awesome blue-green highlights in the light). The thing smokes - it isn't even up on the Specialized site yet, but it's basically the SRAM eTap bike, but with Ultegra Di2. I've only had time for a quick shakeout spin so far, but it feels VERY slippery in the wind, and way more comfortable than a racing aero frame has any right to be. It's LIIIIIGHT, too - I haven't weighed it myself, but it can't be more than 17lbs, and will be a bit less once I swap out the stock crankset for their S-Works carbon power meter set with a pair of Absolute Black rings, maybe a hair heavier than a Dura-Ace Madone build. Surprisingly compliant over rough pavement, but stiff enough to take off like it's got an afterburner when you dig in. It's gonna be a blast. :D
     
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