Old 07-29-19, 07:32 PM
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audiomagnate
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985 View Post
There's something very special about those bikes. I think of mine as my Formula One car. Not a daily driver, but a frame to push the limits on days when I wanna ride HARD. Everything is faster on that bike, uphill, downhill, sprinting, cornering. But it sacrifices just a little in comfort.
Exactly. I can't tell you how many times I got on it and said to myself I'm just going to take it easy and then ten seconds into the ride I'm like, "screw it, I'm going for it!"

Originally Posted by ryansu View Post
Lots of 54cm out there in C&V, I sense an opportunity
I like the way you think. Same bike, same color correct size.

Originally Posted by Headpost View Post
Had the same bike back in the day--I had a lower end one with the steel fork--and also wish I'd never sold it. Even with its heavy Wolber rims that was indeed a fast bicycle. Mine fit me just fine.
Mine had the steel fork too. I'm convinced that's the way to go.

Originally Posted by OldsCOOL View Post
Iím 5í9 and ride a 54 Criterium Series. Fits me perfectly. No other bike rides like it. There is no chance of a casual ride when mounting this beast. Pulse quickens, aggression builds, adrenaline dump occurs and the assault on hills begins.
See above. You don't take a thoroughbred for a trot in the park.
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