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#230

Here’s my Emonda ALR, I got a used frameset and built it up with the parts bin. It’s definitely not as baller as most of the other bikes in this thread, but it’s all mine and it’s rather light for being a budget bike.


#231

Here 3 of My 5 bikes. The last 2 being My winter Road bike and the last one being a dedicated trainer bike. (Always mounted in the kickr or Neo.


#232

How do you like the Emonda? What kind of riding do you use it for?


#233

That year/color Defy is still my favorite. I keep hoping one will pop up on ebay or something.


#234

Haha Thanks @firemunki !


#235

I love my Emonda, I find it to be very comfortable. I’m always surprised at how compliant it is over small cracks in the road. I’m also stoked that it built up to just about 15 lbs with pedals given that I didn’t put much money into it.

As far as what I use it for, I don’t race road so it’s mostly just for long training rides, riding on my rollers/trainer, and attacking Strava KOMs. This thing feels like a rocket ship going up short punchy climbs compared to my other bikes.


#236

The Rose…cheap and German!


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#238

I love my Emonda, I find it to be very comfortable. I’m always surprised at how compliant it is over small cracks in the road. I’m also stoked that it built up to just about 15 lbs with pedals given that I didn’t put much money into it.

As far as what I use it for, I don’t race road so it’s mostly just for long training rides, riding on my rollers/trainer, and attacking Strava KOMs. This thing feels like a rocket ship going up short punchy climbs compared to my other bikes.


#239

I got lucky. I wasn’t planning to spend that much but it was still a year closeout. I love this bike.


#240

Hi, new on here and loving the forum.
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#241


And my caad 12


#242

Firefly Road Disc

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#243

Bianchi Aria
Stem is now cut and slammed


Cube Stearo 140

Cube Arieal turned into a SS
(has a new bigger chain ring now)


#244

Love that Litespeed


#245

I know I’m late to the game here, but how do you like that Fuji?


#246

Just got the Tri Bike. A 2008 Felt S32. I’ve done a lot of upgrades over the past year. Completely replaced the frontend. New cranks etc. I love the wheels for their versatility. Just wish I had the deeper 78/twentyfours from Profile Design, but I got the 58’s for a steal so I’m happy with them.

This is at Powerman Zofingen this year


#247

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#248

I like it, I’m a tall, heavy rider at 75 inches and 210 pounds. It does everything I want it to do for now. In the distant future I will be upgrading to a more integrated bike but for now, this is doing everything I ask it to do. For the price point it was a no brainer. Since I bought it, I’ve upgraded to Di2, the seat and wheels, but that what most people would upgrade anyway.


#249

Stanford Skyelander 650B Randonneuring bike.