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BSD Flyers X Funday Cinelli Mash 2010 @ismail

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Cinelli Mash X BSD

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That's weird cause this frame is like 500 and it looks like theirs some good money in it as well. To me it looks and shows that its a spendy piece of metal. I actually wanted this frame for a while.

Wow. Everyone needs THREE

Wow. Everyone needs THREE aluminum mid-range track bikes, all built up differently, but pretty much the same.

For the cost of the three builds you have, you could have ONE incredible high-end custom track build.

Maybe...

he doesn't want one obscenely expensive build that he would be afraid to ride on the street. Not everyone can drop a g on every bike in their stable.

irony

yeah, this one is definitely a budget build.

oops

I guess I should have made my sarcasm more evident.

Surely not a "budget build"

Surely not a "budget build" by any means.

I'm not saying everyone build up a several grand bike. But when you have three bikes, all worth at least 2 grand each… and they are all the same but different… it's un-nessasary.

It would make sense to have a track bike, road bike, mtb bike, etc. Or with track bikes… one for the street, one for the track, one for TT/pursuit… but this is absurd.

How people spend their money, I could care less.

I wonder why he split the wheelsets up on several different bikes, instead of riding a matching wheelset per bike. Mismatched wheels like this look bad.

its not mismatch, were just

its not mismatch, were just bored so we mix it up a bit.

Seems like he isn't a roadie

Seems like he isn't a roadie or MTB guy. I guess you can chalk this one up to the old adage: "whatever tickles your pickle."



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