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She WILL Be Mine(10 posts)

She WILL Be Mineflying
Jul 7, 2002 2:53 PM
http://www.cyclingnews.com/tech/2002/features/probikes/once.shtml

Oh lordy major...major.. Bike Lust!!!!
lol
re: ... all's U need is..Akirasho
Jul 7, 2002 3:04 PM
... that contract with ONCE

http://www.once.es/ciclista/
http://www.once.es/ciclista/prehome.cfm?opcion=3
re: ... all's U need is..flying
Jul 7, 2002 3:12 PM
Yeah that & a way to subtract 20 years ;-)
Oh well I could be like the father errr the big brother figure on the team ;-)
well, me too...weiwentg
Jul 7, 2002 3:51 PM
I swore my TCR would last until I could save up for a Seven ... but it seems the upgrade path will be TCR -> TCR Carbon -> Seven Axiom
950 grams for a medium frame, they say.
re: She WILL Be Mineseamus
Jul 7, 2002 6:03 PM
Saw that at Interbike this last year, and it's even nicer looking up close. And not that it's any big surprise, but it's fricking light, too.

Save your lunch money...
An LBS has one in the window. Beautiful. $4500, whichbill
Jul 7, 2002 6:26 PM
struck me as not unreasonable, considering that there are supposed to be only about 40 of them in the US (may have that wrong, but that's kind of what I remember the guy's telling me).
and you just happened, by chance, upon 1 of those 40 in US? (nm)ET
Jul 7, 2002 7:46 PM
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just repeating what I was told, ET. I'll go by there today andbill
Jul 8, 2002 7:07 AM
give your regards, if you wish.
well, D.C. is important, so maybe, just maybe...ET
Jul 8, 2002 7:53 AM
I take it you're buying it and, uh, selling your Pegoretti? :-)
uh, no. pretty much decided against selling the LS, either.bill
Jul 8, 2002 10:03 AM
I've been riding it and liking it. Can't really figure out a reason why to keep both the LS AND the Pegoretti, but I'm not seling the Pegoretti and maybe I don't really need much of a reason to keep the LS. I'll see.
I detect a certain skepticism from you, ET, about this TCR, and I can't really figure it out. Now, if I said I saw Bigfoot, I could understand it, maybe, but it's a friggin bike. I thought it was just a slick-looking CF bike, and the guy started telling me about it.
It's actually perched in a window in Arlington, Virginia, if you must know.