That Cherubim is classy.
Do you happen to know the seatpost ID?
Got semi-vintage Litespeeds on the brain..
oh yeah, that's brilliant
^^^why is it guilty? Asking for a friend.
It's all getting a bit too picky isn't it. That Eriksen rocks, always wanted one of them. I'm guessing the pink anodised parts are a bit 90's MTB, but if that's all its marked down for that's harsh.
What is that Cinelli Laser-y track marked down on too? Looks cool as fuck and I thought that would be holy grail type porn for LFGSS?
The Cinelli - The crank arm is rotated out of alignment with the chainstay, and the rim valves & logos are positioned at an angle considered 'jaunty' by the gatekeepers of the Bike Porn thread.
Leave them to it, this is altogether a better thread.
Haha well if that's all it is that's tragic. There must be more to it....
I find it odd that cranks and valves are a total blur of motion when the bike is ridden, so to judge the bike on one single position of those things, seems a weird barometer of hot-ness.
I think if I ever found myself saying 'if only the valves were aligned and the crank was horizontal I'd fucking love that bike', I'd just walk into the sea as life would have clearly lost all meaning.
I don't really care tho so whatevs, as you were.
Eriksen looks perfect. Only possible improvement would be ti stem to match seatpost, or or carbon seatpost to match stem.
Pink stuff started with Chris King making pink parts to support the "Think Pink" breast cancer charity.
For a while you could get all kinds of pink things, we got a pink KitchenAid mixer.
There was a pink fire engine at the station down the street from us.
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