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89’ Miyata 914
05’ Specialized HardRock
14’ motobecane Fantom Trail DS


Classy! :face_with_monocle:


That’s my man!


With that stable of high end carbon, why did you go with the CAAD 12 over another carbon frame?


Chapeau! It’s hard to believe so few ride Scott Foils (newest models). I had a 2016 Scott Foil 10. Best bike I’ve ridden to date. Very sorry I got rid of it.


My bike :grin:



Trusty 2015 Diamond Back Podium Étape

2016 Felt B16 that will make room in 2019 for the Giant below

2018 Giant Trinitiy Advanced Pro 1

2015 Fuji Captiva


My ‘pub’ bike, outside a pub


This bike now lives on the trainer as the frame died:


I would advise against the Mercury M5’s. I have a pair and encouraged two buddies to buy them as well (At under $1000 on CC, we thought they were a steal) but I’m noticing SIGNIFICANT wear on the brake tracks after less than a year’s worth of use. My buddy’s rear rim also blew out and when he sent it in to Mercury for warranty, they said heat damage is not covered. Kinda ridiculous considering they were also under a year old and we have all only used the stock brake pads. They’re also very narrow which make for harsher riding - +1 for going wide and tubeless.

IMO, you’re better off spending $1500-2000 and getting something with a real reputation (Zipps are stronger than the M5’s will ever be, and they have years more experience designing bomb-proof wheels).

That said, the Hunt 50’s look interesting!


2014 Fuji Altamira 2.3
2017 Fuji Cross 1.5


Must… have… ahhh! This is on my bucket list :heart_eyes:


My lady:

Canyon Lux 8.9 2016 (XL, I’m tall and medium skinny :joy:)

Changed from original 2x to 1x. 32T in the front and a massive 10-48 in the back from Garbaruk. Who needs 12-speed with 11 speed like this!

In her natural habitat :sunglasses: :


Good looking bike…not sure the mud flaps worked though. :joy:


My 2017 Orbea Orca M20i.

Ultegra Di2, Stages LR R8000 power meter, PRO Vibe Aero bars, Zipp 303 Firecrest clinchers, PRO Stealth saddle.

I love this bike :heart_eyes:


I just built up a new to me single speed. Since i had a Chris king single speed hub on carbon rims i found a used frame and fork that was still qr. The bolt on rear hub is already stronger than standard qr.

Everything else but the handlebar is new though, xt brakes, new stem, next sl crank, and one up dropper post. Current weight with an old pair of atac aliums is 19.8 lbs. There’s definitely a weight penalty having those king hubs.


My triathlon bike:

Just bought this bike second hand only 3 months ago, have done 2 races on it so far and I’m fairly happy with it!

2013 Giant Trinity SL 0 (Small frame)

  • Dura Ace Di2
  • Zipp Firecrest 404s
  • Continental Grand Prix TT 25mm tires
  • ISM adamo saddle
  • CeramicSpeed bb
  • CeramicSpeed UFO chain
  • Quarq 170mm crank powermeter
  • Lizard Skins bar tape
  • Dura Ace pedals
  • Dura Ace 11/28 cassette
  • Dura Ace 39/53 chain ring
  • TorHans front aero hydration
  • Garmind Edge 1030


That is a sweet bike rack!


Wow, some really nice rides you all have. My family and I just started riding in the spring of 2017 - we just ride mountain bikes on mainly single track trails. My son started racing with NICA this summer so we did do some bike path riding when the trails were closed. Here is my “quiver” so far…

My hard tail that my son now uses as he quickly progressed past the capability of his REI Coop DRT 1 he got last year. A great bike that has held up well to all he and I can dish out so far…

My fattie - we liked riding so much last year, we did not want to stop riding…

My first full squish… The perfect bike for the trails in our area…

Finally, our training setup - not nearly what you all have, but got the job done for us last winter…