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New dig camera, pic of my bikes(6 posts)
|New dig camera, pic of my bikes||toronto-rider|
May 24, 2003 10:34 AM
|Bike area/ dinning room|
|Your pic composition needs a bit more color...||Akirasho|
May 24, 2003 11:59 AM
|... care to share with us some of the details?
Be the bike.
|Is this better?||toronto-rider|
May 24, 2003 12:32 PM
|How do I do that, should I give the pic more color in editing, or is the problem with taking the picture.
Thin Blue Line(Local shop house brand) 853 steel
Kyserium Elite wheels
Cannondale F1000, xtr/xt 517 wheels
|... sorry for any konphuzion...||Akirasho|
May 24, 2003 1:45 PM
|... I merely meant to say that you have a very colorful frame along with a colorful dining room!
I was curious about the brand... do they weld their housebrands or contract them (one of my local shops is selling 853 housebrand frames made by CoMotion)?
Me got's an older 'Dale F500... rarely sees dirt, but is still a blast to ride.
Be the bike.
|Thin Blue Line has been discontinued.||Eug|
May 24, 2003 8:17 PM
|They did not weld their own, but I dunno where they got the frames.
I wanted a 105 or Ultegra TBL from them, but 2002 is the last production year. (I looked last year too but it was too late in the season to get the right size.)
OTOH, now they have similarly spec'd Norco bikes for the same price. CAD$1999 IIRC for a Norco RD Two. (A few months ago that was about US$1300, but now that the CAD$ is climbing, it's about US$1450.) Full Ultegra with Mavic Cosmic Elite. A similarly spec'd Trek or something would cost significantly more around here.
|hey to-rider check the TCR thread from a couple days ago (nm)||Frith|
May 24, 2003 7:06 PM