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My Commuter

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Eighth Inch Scrambler / 53 / 2010

3T Ergonova Pro / Thomson X2

Stock / Stock

Origin 8 Track Pro / Vittoria Zaffiro 700c x 23

Origin 8 Track Pro / Vittoria Zaffiro 700c x 23

Sram Omnium / Sram External

Specialized Phenom 143 / Thomson Elite

Shimano SPD SL R540 / KMC

Tektro / Tektro RL520 Ergo

17t Cobra Track Cog / 18t Dicta Freewheel / Sram 48t Chainring

Using this as my commuter, so I can save some money on gas. Currently saving for Framebuilding school...either UBI or Yamaguchi. I haven't made up my mind yet and am welcoming any suggestions.

People who friended this bike mikeys, mapleleafs-13, trigzz, campystamp, REMspeedwagon, Franzen

Nice

I like this very much

why are you selling it? it

why are you selling it? it looks good

Road bike

Need a roadie. I live in Anaheim Hills, and a road bike would just be more practical.

Cool hopefully you can build

Cool hopefully you can build something up like the masi haha

Ya

I'm picking up a 1990 Trek 2300 Pro on Tuesday. Its carbon with aluminum lugs and full shimano 600 group. Should be pretty fun!

nice!

I'm building up a retro-modern roadie right now... 60% done. lol, let's ride when I get er all set up. The first thing I'm going to do is go hill hunting up in orange; probably starting with cannon. I know what you mean when you say you're over riding fixed (or at least on the screet).

Downski!

can't wait to see your build. What group are you going with?

Campy

Veloce.. Not the siqqest group, but probably (hopefully) more than enough for me. & looks pretty handsome.

saw your post on LAF..

what's in the werx?

Road bike

Tired of fixed for now. Plus I live at the top of cannon street in Anaheim hills so itd be more practical and efficient.

Looks nice in raw!

Looks nice in raw!

Thanks!

I love your stable of bikes!

Thanks!

I like to think I've had some good ones over the years. I'm down to two right now (the Surly and the 'Dale) for practicality but with a tax refund around the corner there's no way I'm not building up a new fixed gear in time for spring. Mo' $ = mo' wheels!

very nice and solid

very nice and solid

nice bike, very clean

nice bike, very clean

Thank you

Your Bianchi is extremely nice.



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