|Interesting Ebay Auction||jromack|
Jul 17, 2002 1:36 PM
|re: Interesting Ebay Auction||flying|
Jul 17, 2002 1:46 PM
|Yeah thats the Ital Techno guys.
They use to have a website but now the site seems down?
They seem to have some good deals. As for this one I dont know Im not into "collector type bikes"
|It could be the real deal||Pack Meat|
Jul 17, 2002 2:29 PM
|It's Lance's set up right down to the saddle and pedals. I'd like to know how they got it and if they can prove it was the bike he roade during the Championship road race. Maybe the bb still has water in it.|
|Would it be wrong...||PMC|
Jul 17, 2002 4:02 PM
|Would it be wrong to buy it and want to ride it? If I bought it, not that I would, I'd have to ride it. Probably every day...|
Jul 17, 2002 7:33 PM
|I have one of Bjarne Riis' team bikes, it has more miles than I could ever |
put on it, so what I ride won't make much of a difference. It's a trip though, you go faster whenever, wherever, or at least it feels like it. Something about having respect for the bike and it's previous travels , I guess.
|re: Interesting Ebay Auction||merckxman|
Jul 18, 2002 1:24 PM
|The February, 1994, ROAD BIKE ACTION magazine edition reviewed Lance's MOTOROLA bike. The article refers to it as a 58cm; the engineering drawings show a 57cm seat tube and a 57.3 cm top tube (both center to center). However, the "Lance Armstrong" decal on the ebay auction bike is the same as on the bike reviewed in 1994.|| |