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what do you guys think of my collection?(12 posts)

what do you guys think of my collection?gsxrawd
Jan 4, 2003 1:51 PM
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Shweet. So which is your favorite? nmSintesio
Jan 4, 2003 2:04 PM
I guess the one with the pedals on... Hi hi! nmtempeteOntheRoad
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
Yawn. Ahem.
Envy, lust, and fear nmContinental
Jan 4, 2003 4:55 PM
Wow, so I guess you're the guy to ask opinion oflonefrontranger
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
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Show Off!Ambishawn
Jan 5, 2003 6:59 PM
Those are all sweet bikes. I like the Seven Best. You're a little one arn't you?
my bikesgsxrawd
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? nmJS Haiku Shop
Jan 6, 2003 6:43 AM
Only 3?ColnagoFE
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.