|what do you guys think of my collection?||gsxrawd|
Jan 4, 2003 1:51 PM
|Shweet. So which is your favorite? nm||Sintesio|
Jan 4, 2003 2:04 PM
|I guess the one with the pedals on... Hi hi! nm||tempeteOntheRoad|
Jan 4, 2003 5:10 PM
|re: what do you guys think of my collection?||Akirasho|
Jan 4, 2003 2:18 PM
|... you like blue eh?
Nice collection... what is your rationale for each???
Be the bike.
|Here's what I think you, Akirasho, should say:||Sintesio|
Jan 4, 2003 8:26 PM
|Envy, lust, and fear nm||Continental|
Jan 4, 2003 4:55 PM
|Wow, so I guess you're the guy to ask opinion of||lonefrontranger|
Jan 4, 2003 6:17 PM
|Whenever the following DREADED TOPICS come up on the board:
* Campy vs. Shimano
* Steel vs. Ti vs. Aluminum
* Which $3000 bike should I buy?
Which he has thoughtfully answered with the obvious: the bike that has pedals on (just kidding!).
Nice stable, shows great breadth and depth, and I bet each bike has its own ride personality and merits. The only thing missing is a 'cross bike - oh yeah and a fixed / singlespeed bike. And a TT bike, and a cruiser, and a hardtail, and a FS mountain bike...
|Colnago must be your favorite, it's the only one with pedals.||High Gear|
Jan 5, 2003 8:12 AM
Jan 5, 2003 6:59 PM
|Those are all sweet bikes. I like the Seven Best. You're a little one arn't you?|
Jan 5, 2003 10:51 PM
|To sum it up The Seven Axiom has Dura Ace, the Colnagao Dream has record 9spd, the Bianchi is Columbus TSX w/ the early 105 STI. My favorite is the Seven by far, It's the lightest and the most comfortable to ride. But in a crit race I would choose the Colnago, the Colnago is stiff compared to the other two bikes. The Bianchi is a classic, some say steel is real :) Now most of you probably think that I'm around 5 feet tall or so looking at the small frames. I'm actually 5'7" because of the short legs I end up having to ride little frames. I'm running out of room to store my bikes so I'm going have to sell the Bianchi.|
|what, no ss? nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Jan 6, 2003 6:43 AM
Jan 6, 2003 7:41 AM
|You're not trying hard enough. Nice bikes though. You'll also need a beater (I suppose the Bianchi might qualify given the other 2 you have), 2 MTBs--both hardtail and FS. A cross bike, A cruiser or two, a fixie, and a touring bike.|| |