This bike actually tests riders for mustache length - anything that can't be waxed gets the rider ejected.
Pegoretti paint jobs always looked like something dreamt up at the last moment by a reefered-up art school student desperate to get their semester project done. But I think Pegoretti has had some recent health issues, so I restrain my critique.
This Cinelli is perched above the rest of the Cinellis, so this frame can smugly look down upon the other frames in their clownish attire.
Finally, someone has just come clean and fessed up to the fact that cyclists want to kill as many pedestrians as possible.
Hmmm, if I were Fuji I'm not sure that I'd harken back to the days when everyone thought their bikes were crap.
If you have no history to 'retro' back to, is your 'retro' actually a step forward?
This is almost nice enough to make me forget the last 10 years of Colnago paint jobs.
Some companies just do retro stickers on new frames, Colnago has raised the ante and has wood rims on their ride. Next year - granite bearings.
Really, why doesn't Colnago just reissue all the paint jobs they had from 1972-1987 and save that extra time for actually learning how carbon works?
This was at the Brooks booth, which was more like a time capsule of awesomeness than a trade show display.
Mike Sherry plans to race against an iron horse with this velocipede.
Do you see a bike here? I just see a saddle and bar grips.
A carbon seatpost holding a leather saddle on a steel frame. This is the equivalent of bike spec-ing Tourette's.
Poo! Butt! Man parts! Bosum! Darn it!
After years of watching DeRosa actively trying to make the ugliest paint possible, this frame is like watching an old DeNiro film and remembering the time before he ever got involved in "Rocky and Bullwinkle."
"Hey Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!"