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I wish this was my bike...
#1
I wish this was my bike. This is what Team Radio Shack is probably riding in the Tour of California going on right now.

Of course, you wouldn't be able to leave this bike anywhere. If you used triple U locks, that probably wouldn't even be good enough.

Nice wheels! Seen on http://www.complex.com/art-design/2011/05/interview-shepard-fairey-talks-about-his-new-lance-armstrong-collaboration

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#2
That is beautiful, although if I got my hands on one, I would take apart because I'm nosey then it would go into a large glass frame and framed on the wall never to be used again.
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#3
great bike ... would look great in cali .. parked up cos of all that snow lol ... cant believe the tour of cali got snowed off !!!!


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(05-17-2011, 05:35 PM)jinxy72 Wrote:  great bike ... would look great in cali .. parked up cos of all that snow lol ... cant believe the tour of cali got snowed off !!!!

Well, Tahoe is at a super high elevation compared to the rest of the state. A small storm, not uncommon for this time of year, came through on Saturday/Sunday and chilled things down enough to snow way up high. In San Jose, the daytime temps are mid 50's, and normally low to mid 60's.


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#5
Both coasts had something in common this past weekend. This weekend I participated in the MS 150 Citrus Tour. Saturday was a great ride and excellent weather during the ride. The afternoon brought a very nasty thunder storm that went across the state (west coast to east coast) and gave us 20-25 mile winds for pretty much all of the 50 mile return trip to the starting point. It was absolutely brutal, but everyone on my team completed the ride.
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(05-18-2011, 07:37 AM)JohnV Wrote:  Both coasts had something in common this past weekend. This weekend I participated in the MS 150 Citrus Tour. Saturday was a great ride and excellent weather during the ride. The afternoon brought a very nasty thunder storm that went across the state (west coast to east coast) and gave us 20-25 mile winds for pretty much all of the 50 mile return trip to the starting point. It was absolutely brutal, but everyone on my team completed the ride.


Congratulations on the ride. Pity about the weather, over here even though we are going into our "summer", we expect 4 seasons in a day - always makes it exciting whilst out on bike.
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