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johnniecakes 01-24-2020 07:02 AM


Originally Posted by fmradio516 (Post 2647726)
^ if that was a 61.....

Or a 57/58......

jamesdak 01-24-2020 07:34 AM


Originally Posted by KarlC (Post 2647733)

An interesting blend of carbon and steel, when LeMond was still with Trek. Handmade in the US. The bike is a 2006 model and I acquired it in September of 2005.

The bike has seen many miles and it shows. Paint is worn and there are scratches throughout. Please look through the photographs completely before contacting.

I added one of these to my collection of 8 different Lemond bikes. Wanted to turn it into a good climbing bike for my mountain rides. The first few times out on my daily 25 mile flattish route I thought the bike was my worse riding Lemond ever. It was so harsh compared to my other steel framed Lemonds. But once it was sorted out with a Dura Ace Triple setup it did shine on climbs as that harshness meant transferring power well to get you up the incline. That's a good price for one if it's solid.

juanj 01-24-2020 09:03 AM

Titanium Chumba Stella in Austin

Gentleman selling this titanium Chumba Stella in size medium may be willing to ship. He is responsive to emails. If you want to conquer the Tour Divide, this is the bike for the job!

chrismoustache 01-24-2020 09:08 AM

Pfeiffer Phrames
Thought this one deserved a shout-out. Based on a quick search, Pfeiffer Phrames were made in the mid 90's by Mary Pfeiffer in Florida. Looks pretty sharp!

fiamme red 01-24-2020 09:23 AM


Originally Posted by johnniecakes (Post 2647803)
Or a 57/58......

Just slightly too big at 59 cm:

jtakeda 01-24-2020 03:04 PM

Colnago bi-titan

$1400 complete

Greenpea 01-24-2020 03:34 PM


Originally Posted by jtakeda (Post 2648036)

Beautiful bike. Is this the one that had cracking issues?

jtakeda 01-24-2020 03:48 PM


Originally Posted by Greenpea (Post 2648046)
Beautiful bike. Is this the one that had cracking issues?

From my understanding they’re prone to cracking. But I think it varies on so many factors.

Hawker 01-24-2020 04:01 PM


Originally Posted by Greenpea (Post 2648046)
Beautiful bike. Is this the one that had cracking issues?

Too large for me...but love the looks.

C40_guy 01-24-2020 04:46 PM


Originally Posted by Hawker (Post 2648062)
Too large for me...but love the looks.

About ten years ago I bought one bundled with a Colnago Master Pista. The owner had been a serious amateur track racer in south Florida and had the BiTitan as his road bike.

I couldn't get past the weird double down tube...just didn't seem right...and I read some reports that the handling was a bit noodly. So I sold it without ever building it up and riding it.

jimcav 01-24-2020 06:29 PM

PSA for high end 29er trail bike lovers: Alchemy
Alchemy is having a sale on their Arktos full suspension 29er
frame only is 2999 and for 1200 more you get GX, Fox factory shock/fork, and DT swiss wheels. Go for top end 12 spd XTR or XO1 and you get free enve wheels

Having just got my boys new bikes, the N+1 disease is afflicting me and this is a good deal for the components you get:

DCilliams 01-24-2020 07:00 PM

Nice Colnago

Monsieur Toast 01-24-2020 08:35 PM

2018 Canyon Endurace CF SLX – $3,500

This just popped up locally and I've always been curious about how the forum regards bikes from Canyon as I've never seen one in person. Anyone care to share their thoughts?

rccardr 01-24-2020 09:03 PM

I have a 2017 Endurace CF with 11 speed 105. Cost new delivered was right at $2K.

Only carbon/STI bike I own, and easily the fastest bike in the collection. Lovely to ride, easy to ride fast, very stable, decent climber, good all-day rider too. Have run GK 32's and used it on gravel rides, for the road it's had both Vittoria Graphene 25's and GK 26's. Can take a lot of tire.

Never had a problem with it but I'll do a brake fluid flush and pad replacement over the winter just 'cuz it's a good idea.

johnniecakes 01-24-2020 09:49 PM


Originally Posted by fiamme red (Post 2647846)

Maybe not, we'll see if he will ship

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