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I can't wait! My new frame is supposed to arrive tommorrow!(8 posts)

I can't wait! My new frame is supposed to arrive tommorrow!TNRyder
Nov 4, 2003 6:50 PM
I know that I should not get so excited, but I have never had a bike built for me before. I have been at the LBS so much that I know they are sick of me. This is just crazy, I am an adult and I feel like a kid a Christmas time. The waiting is making me NUTS. Maybe I should have just odered a mail order bike;) NO, that would be crazy. This is close to what it will look like when it is done!
Sorry about the big picture, and mine will be w/DA, nmTNRyder
Nov 4, 2003 6:53 PM
Very niceDave Hickey
Nov 4, 2003 7:04 PM
Is that an S-Works?
Veddy veddy nice... coh-ngrats... :)baylor
Nov 4, 2003 8:06 PM
Allez Pro, As high as you can go before S-WorksTNRyder
Nov 4, 2003 8:23 PM
And I actually meant without the Dura-Ace Grouppo. That will have to wait for awhile, But I do Have Ultegra planned for it. Unless, Campy comes through with a bargain:)
Allez Pro, As high as you can go before S-Worksdickruthlynn
Nov 5, 2003 9:43 AM
Try totalcycling.com for the best mail order prices and service.
Tommorrow never comesCrankist
Nov 5, 2003 6:23 AM
for kids. I enjoy the same degree of enthusiasm for equipment, the same impatience. At the risk of sounding like some bad version of a Harry Chapin song, the waiting can be the best part. Well, except for taking the day off, airing up the new tires, pulling on the gloves, walking it out to the curb, the first clicking in, and a day-long ride making fine adjustments. Oh, and posting a review.
Like a kid on Xmas eve waiting for Santa Claus in brown (nm)cmgauch
Nov 5, 2003 6:27 AM