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Looking for a new roadie bike(11 posts)

Looking for a new roadie bikeBillyBobRoadieBiker
Jun 22, 2001 12:48 PM
What should I get?
get a blue oneHank
Jun 22, 2001 1:13 PM
unless you like red better
yeah, i'm getting a blue one too.WadeOmatic
Jun 24, 2001 6:00 AM
but it's metallic blue. I don't want it looking _just_ like yours.
I'm hungry, what should I eat?sidley
Jun 22, 2001 1:34 PM
Not to sound like a smartass, but without a little bit more help it is difficult to give good advice. What type of riding do want to do? What's your price range? What bikes have you ridden?
re: Looking for a new roadie bikeLazy
Jun 22, 2001 1:57 PM
See fairings on roadbike thread for some ideas.
re: Looking for a new roadie bikemackgoo
Jun 22, 2001 2:04 PM
This will wake people up. I have always been partial to Bianchi, and make sure you get Campy components.
re: Looking for a new roadie bikevoitto
Jun 22, 2001 5:55 PM
BUY AMERICAN , THAT ONES YELLOW
Listen to your butt and no one else.Elefantino
Jun 22, 2001 6:37 PM
Your trusty backside will tell you which is the best bike for you. Ride a few bikes for at least an hour each. And unless you're planning on racing, don't get talked up to a $2,000+ bike. 105 or Daytona-equipped bikes are rock solid. Steel? Aluminum? Ti? It's up to your butt.
Hi get a steel Tommasini with a steel fork and lotsa chrome! nm.calm
Jun 22, 2001 11:20 PM
nm
And never, ever put shimaNO on a Tommasini. It brings bad luck..calm
Jun 22, 2001 11:23 PM
nm
Oh no, I am in big trouble!!!!!!!!frank121
Jun 22, 2001 11:56 PM
I just recently put Shimano Ultegra components on a Tommasini Super Prestige. I have really like the ride thus far, but I guess I was only imagining that! I guess I will leave the bike out tonight for the trash guys...and NO I won't tell you where I live ;-)