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a mediocre bottecchia

Bike tags: Fixed gear | aerospoke | aloha fixed | bottecchia
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Bottecchia w/Columbus SLX

Cinelli drop bars, Nitto bull horns (heat treated)

Fork unknown, Headset Campagnolo

Aerospoke - Bolt On Hub

Mavic Open Pro 36H laced to Phil Wood

Campagnolo

Selle Italia Flite and Ritchey

Campagnolo pedals with Toshi double strap

Phil Wood 19/53 Campagnolo

my bicycle could not have been without the help of these people:

david lum from honolulu, hawaii
j atencio from honolulu, hawaii (http://www.alohafixed.com)
tim from portland, oregon (http://www.abettercycle.com)
gerhardt from albuquerque, new mexico (https://velospace.org/user/872)
dave salinas from albuquerque, new mexico (http://www.bikecoop.com)

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hmm

man you really messed up a really great bike by putting those bars on it and setting it up like that.

ijust watched some thing on

ijust watched some thing on trek on disocovery channel and they were in the factory were they make there "high end bikes" and an old lady was fitting the frame rear end on to the front of the frame ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i dont really need to say more but i dont want to buy a bike built by any grandma trek might have one once but they will never have history like bottecchia

yoyoyo

what up senor! you gotta get some pics of your flashers on that aerospoke!

Sweet bike...

Turn it back into a road machine and lose all the litter in the back wheel. You could lose those silly bars while you're at it. then your bike will be spetacular...

NEVER !

THERE CAN NEVER BE A MEDIOCRE BOTTECCIA. ASK AROUND AND SEE WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME MR.TREK OR MR.SPECIALIZED WON A TOUR DE FRANCE. IT HAS HISTORY, IT HAS SOUL.

ummm.....2005?

ummm.....2005?

Yes, 2005 and for the

Yes, 2005 and for the seventh time in a row, the TdF was won on a Trek-badged bike.

SIMPLE MINDS

MAYBE SO, BUT "MR. TREK" DID'NT RIDE THEM THERE, WHERE AS MR. BOTTECCHIA DID. PERSONALLY. NO POINTS FOR CORP. SHILLS.



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