Spartacus' bikes were far from stock.
I said stock pro, not stock.
Nothing HH about a vanilla team bike.
Think he's saying Spartacus got no clue. 😎
There's nothing even remotely interesting about that trek
Even some remotely activated extra-watts ? ;)
you're all wrong. that trek is close to one of the best things in this thread evver. the koppenberg is such a banger
Cancellara bike is glorious. Just before aero, disc brakes and endurance geometries took over. Soon enough we will be all riding some heavy and stupid aero melt
Zoom in on the RD cage, that looks quite interesting no?
Big pulley wheels before they were popular. Just googled it; Berner pulley cage
Does that black and silver Caad10 have clear coated alloy at the rear or is it silver paint?
Any idea which year that was? Looks great.
It’s clear over metal, best looking colourway imo
2013 me thinks
Correct :) I had the white and green one of the same
Dammmm so cool !
That's bloody lovely!
Anyone ID the chainrings on the blue one?
Extralite logo in photo :)
What @svenhöek said.
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