Pictures of your Bike

by Raleigh   May 30, 2012  

So, I figured that no bicycle forum would be complete without pictures of bikes! Post your photos here, no bike will be refused: Road TT Triathlon Cyclocross MTB BMX Shixie Fixie And anything else! Lovely bikes lovely, but everyday bikes interesting too. I won't post first, but I'm taking pictures right now. Smile I wanna see what bikes you're all riding!

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My second carbon road bike:

Frame: fondriest

Groupsets: Shimano 105

Wheels: Tandell(my company brand carbon wheels Applause )

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Design,manufacture and sell bicycle carbon products all around the world.
Email: info@tandellcycling.com
Skype: carbonbicycles
Web: www.tandellcycling.com

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posted by tandellcycling [22 posts]
29th January 2015 - 1:43

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Haven't bought this yet, as undecided about colour. Supersix Evo Ultegra
Any thoughts? Anybody seen one in the flesh?

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posted by busted [1 posts]
29th January 2015 - 10:27

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Ridley noah is a great bike

posted by nigel choy [1 posts]
29th January 2015 - 18:50

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ianrobo wrote:
Finally got my new bike home, fantastic ride in the 10 mins I did. Focus Izalco Max 2.0 2014, Campag Record EPS gearset set to compact.

Only problem is that the charger is a tin pin electric shaver type, how stupid is that ?

Too nice! Cool

The definition of bike porn.

posted by Mrmiik [94 posts]
29th January 2015 - 19:01

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Cross bike in the snow!

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posted by Mrmiik [94 posts]
29th January 2015 - 19:05

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Clean kinesis

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posted by Mrmiik [94 posts]
29th January 2015 - 19:19

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Mrmiik wrote:
ianrobo wrote:
Finally got my new bike home, fantastic ride in the 10 mins I did. Focus Izalco Max 2.0 2014, Campag Record EPS gearset set to compact.

Only problem is that the charger is a tin pin electric shaver type, how stupid is that ?

Too nice! Cool

The definition of bike porn.

indeed, isn;t that what we are about, being able to afford what we want ?

I rode it a couple of days ago on a 50 mile and how jeez the EPS is fantastic. Shimano may be just as good but the thumb lever is so damn good.

posted by ianrobo [299 posts]
29th January 2015 - 19:23

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My Giant Defy Advanced 1 2015 just after it's first ride in November, before being mothballed for the winter. My previous main bike, a Defy 1 2014, was then summarily converted to the wet/winter bike. Can't wait for the Spring to get her out and see what she can really do. The saddle has since been replaced with a Fizik Aliante.

posted by tjm160 [4 posts]
1st February 2015 - 20:31

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Felt Z6 2014

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posted by AliBeshara [12 posts]
17th February 2015 - 20:12

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I see many bikes on racy tyres like Schwalbe ones and ultremos how do you recommend them on long term e.g. punctures etc. ?

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posted by Pret [14 posts]
17th February 2015 - 20:57

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It's not much, but I'm really fond of it, as it's my first road bike and it's served me well for the last 3 years..

My 2007 Trek 1000SL WSD, previous owner didn't mention it was a ladies bike but had swapped out the stem for a bigger one, since then upgraded wheels, tyres, peddles and saddle (now a racier blokier Affinity).

It's still too small for me, and the seatpost has seized so my posture is probably awful, but that hasn't stopped me from doing cornish sportives or claiming a bunch of 2015 KoMs Smile

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posted by cycling_on_a_sh... [7 posts]
18th February 2015 - 9:29

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TT/Tri/Commute


Fun, fun, fun!


Skatepark fun...

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posted by JamieFWCC [5 posts]
18th February 2015 - 9:42

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Pret wrote:
I see many bikes on racy tyres like Schwalbe ones and ultremos how do you recommend them on long term e.g. punctures etc. ?

There is no doubt they puncture more than the likes of Conti GP and G-skins in my experience, but not badly enough for me to no longer buy. Also, I don't use them all year round as I have found they cut badly in the winter with more debris on the road
I get about 2000miles out of then, by which point they are badly cut and have flattened.

posted by Tinternet_tim [119 posts]
18th February 2015 - 12:45

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2015 Croix de Fer stainless taking up Winter duties, promoting the Focus Izalco (not pictured) to light-weather activities.

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posted by flathunt [26 posts]
19th February 2015 - 12:51

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Only ridden the ultremos - but I have a set of Ones on order. I've had one pothole puncture and one thorn puncture. They are not a winter tyre but they are pretty fantastic and wear very well. Highly recommend.

posted by Mrmiik [94 posts]
19th February 2015 - 17:03

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Ecco i miei gioielli Cool

My road bike, Trek Madone 3.1
gruppo: full 105
wheels: Miche SWR Full Carbon 50/38mm
saddle: Fizik Aliante
seat post: Fizik Cyrano R1
bottle cages: Elite Cannibal

My commuter bike, a classic Legnano.
gruppo: Shimano 600 Arabesque
handlebar: 3ttt Competizione
stem: 3ttt Record Strada
saddle: Selle Italia Sprint

posted by FullGas [14 posts]
20th February 2015 - 11:31

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FullGas wrote:
Ecco i miei gioielli Cool

My road bike, Trek Madone 3.1
gruppo: full 105
wheels: Miche SWR Full Carbon 50/38mm
saddle: Fizik Aliante
seat post: Fizik Cyrano R1
bottle cages: Elite Cannibal

My commuter bike, a classic Legnano.
gruppo: Shimano 600 Arabesque
handlebar: 3ttt Competizione
stem: 3ttt Record Strada
saddle: Selle Italia Sprint

My oh my! How are those Miche wheels? Cheers!

posted by Mrmiik [94 posts]
20th February 2015 - 12:34

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Mrmiik wrote:

My oh my! How are those Miche wheels? Cheers!

I've got them as a birthday gift from my wife. They're incredibly fast and roll beautifully with no flex when putting power on them. I do a lot of my riding on crappy roads, and they dampen most of the road noise. Also, my climbing speed improved a lot with them. The only caveat is poor braking power with the provided brake pads. But that's easily fixable by installing some Swissstop Black Princes which make them stop just like aluminium rims. All in all, I'm very happy with this wheel set and I highly recommend them.

posted by FullGas [14 posts]
20th February 2015 - 13:40

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Puncheur-David wrote:
Genesis Volant 30 at the top of the Tumble climb in S. Wales.
Frame n forks brand new £97 from bikeshop on ebay, due to small chip in paint near dropout. Built up with spares as winter bike. Ridiculous wheels for winter bike I know, and no driveside pic as there's a big van to the right.

What wheels are they?

posted by Jeroen0110 [28 posts]
20th February 2015 - 21:59

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Shimano wh-7700
Previous gen dura ace wheel set...so pretty nice Cool

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posted by 2 Wheeled Idiot [57 posts]
20th February 2015 - 22:49

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New winter steed: Boardman Road Comp with a few upgrades.

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posted by Chubby [4 posts]
22nd February 2015 - 12:26

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My custom painted Litespeed Archon C1. Ultegra 11 speed, Bladex Wheels 50/60, Cinelli Ram 2 handlebars (painted black), specialized romin evo saddle.

Henk van der Stoep, The Hague Netherlands.

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posted by stoep67 [4 posts]
23rd February 2015 - 18:58

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My first road bike Smile

Specialized Roubaix
105 Groupset
Have since swapped out to Shimano R540 pedals and a Specialized Oura saddle (white)

Pic taken in Geelong the day before Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

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posted by AngeS [8 posts]
23rd February 2015 - 23:00

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My Wilier K2 De Luxe Pantani 2004

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posted by Sarm34 [1 posts]
24th February 2015 - 9:32

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holdsworth fixie

Mercian 60th special edition 21 of 60

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posted by ciderman_100 [8 posts]
24th February 2015 - 9:40

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stoep67 wrote:
My custom painted Litespeed Archon C1. Ultegra 11 speed, Bladex Wheels 50/60, Cinelli Ram 2 handlebars (painted black), specialized romin evo saddle.

Henk van der Stoep, The Hague Netherlands.

foto vergeten Henk!

posted by Jeroen0110 [28 posts]
24th February 2015 - 10:22

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Nee vaag hij stond er eerst op en nu is tie weer weg Thinking

posted by stoep67 [4 posts]
24th February 2015 - 19:52

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Suggest people strip the embedded GPS data from photos before posting pictures of their beloved steeds or parts thereof (otherwise this public forum becomes a public advertisement of where your steed can be found)

posted by JTE [1 posts]
25th February 2015 - 12:54

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Is there gps data on mine?

posted by stoep67 [4 posts]
25th February 2015 - 15:11

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posted by stoep67 [4 posts]
25th February 2015 - 15:20

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