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Musiclover

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Bicycles have style too. Post your pics of your bicycle. Here's mine:
My beater:
 

ken

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Steel is to aluminum as cotton is to polyester.

Nice bikes, though.

Edit: How do you like riding a fixed gear without toe clips? Is it scarier to stop?
 

Musiclover

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I now have toe clips on that bike. I've rode that bike all over the US with this bus:



Here's my others:



Can you tell I love riding?
 

aragon765

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not a fixie, but I think my cervelo has some bike style going on...



 

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First road bike I owned, a bastardized Alan Super. Lugged and glued anodized aluminum frame.
I built a singlespeed a while back.
My current bike is a fairly low-end Trek road bike. It gets more kms on the trainer than on the road.
 

spoiledone

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26" OM Flyer
26" PK Ripper
24" Cruiser built by me
I also have a generic mountain bike like everyone else that I barely ride anymore
 

lakewolf

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My three babies

Road : Bianchi 928 SL, full Dura Ace, Ksyriums


Cross : Ridley X-Fire, full Dura Ace, Open Pros


TT : Bailey, full Dura Ace and Cosmics
 

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Bumping this because I just bought this bike off Craigslist for $40.

 

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