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    Quote Originally Posted by Drone 5200
    You are a sexy beast!
    Grrrrrr baby, very grrrrrr...

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    My new 2006 Madone SL 5.2

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    I also have a 1999 5500 in USPS colors...
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    Quote Originally Posted by montyw2
    I also have a 1999 5500 in USPS colors...

    Nice, how much does she weigh? I really like the understated 'Trek" graphics on the downtube.
    Tomorrows battle is won during today's practice. - Samurai maxim

    In the course of achieving anything, nothing is more important than persistence.

    Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollinrob
    Nice, how much does she weigh? I really like the understated 'Trek" graphics on the downtube.
    Thanks!
    16.4lbs without seatbag. I think it is a reasonable weight.
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    P1 5.9 Sl

    My 2006 Project One 5.9 SL. D/A drivetrain, mostly Bontrager bits, with Chris King headset, Speedplay zero Ti pedals, and the "Sabreline" paint job. I think I'm going to change the tires to Michelin Pro Race 2's, and the saddle is still on probation. Other than that, though, it's pretty much the bike of my dreams.
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    Renewed 2002 Trek 5200

    >12,000 miles and still love it.
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    06" Madone 5.2

    Here is my 06' Madone with a few upgrades.
    2500 miles and and still lovin' it. It is like
    riding a magic carpet.


    FFF
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    Quote Originally Posted by fafaafooie
    Here is my 06' Madone with a few upgrades.
    2500 miles and and still lovin' it. It is like
    riding a magic carpet.


    FFF

    ...And Seinfeld on in the background. Excellent....

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    Soup Nazi episode to be exact.

    No soup for you!


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    2006 5.9 Sl

    Easton EC 90 SLX Fork
    Chris King Headset
    Zero 050 Wheels
    Zero Gravity Brakes
    USE Alien Seatpost
    Easton EC90 Handlebar (being shipped)
    Ritchey WCS Stem (being shipped)

    15.2 lbs hopefully 14.99 after bars and stem












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    Beautiful.
    Mi piace la mia pasta al dente..

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    USPS 2002 Trek 5200

    This is my 2002 Trek with Mavic Ksyrium SSC SL, Ultegra, USE carbon alien seatpost, Selle Italia SLR Trans Am, ITM Millenium stem, 3TTT prima bars, ultegra pedals. Kind of old schoold, but if it ain't broke...
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    My Dream Build is complete

    Here are the Specs:

    2001 USPS Trek 5900 Super Light 54cm
    Everything else is either 2005 or 2006
    Shimano Dura Ace 10 Speed Group
    Shimano Dura Ace pedals
    Shimano Flight Deck 10 Speed Wireless computer
    Garmin 305 HRM/GPS (super cool)
    Easton EC 90 SL Carbon Fiber fork (straight blade)
    Easton EC 90 Zero Set Back Carbon Fiber seat post
    Selle San Marco Aspide saddle
    Bontrager XXX OS carbon fiber stem
    Bontrager Race Lite Handle bar (couldn't justify price for carbon fiber bars)
    Mavic Ksyrium ES Clincher wheelset (totally sweet)
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    2005 Trek 5000

    Here is a picture of my 2005 Trek 5000. A mix of Bontrager, 105 and Ultegra. This is the first Trek 5000 posted on this thread. Not sure why, seems like the Trek 5200 and up are more popular. Any way my bike is stock except for Michelin Pro Race tire and USPS Selle San Marco saddle.

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    nice bikes ya'll, keep posting!
    Tomorrows battle is won during today's practice. - Samurai maxim

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    Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret!.

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    thanks for posting that 5000... Looks nice.

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    how much does the trek 5000 weight?

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    just brought 2006 madone 5.2 Sl ( midnight blue ) instead ultegre 10 triple stock, i replaced with dura ace 10, with orb II pedal, my bike weight less than 16.5 and soon replacing race light wheels with zipp 303 tubular, my bike should weight less than 15.5 lbs. in the future might also replace x-lite seatpost, race light stem and handbar, throwing zero gravity ti brakeset to sweeten the final piece, by then my bike bike might weight in a 14.90 and change.

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    my 06 5.9
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    2006 Trek 5200

    I just purchased this today from a private owner for $1,120. Can't wait to take it out after I tune and dial it in.
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    here are my two...
    good weather/road race bike: 05 5.2 sl with some DA 10 stuff taken off an 04 5500
    bad weather/crit bike: 04 5200 with the Ult 10 stuff that came on the 5.2 sl

    saddle position is identical (thomson post is coming for the 5200) but I'm torn between the racier 130mm -10 degree stem on the sl and the slightly more recreational 120mm - 6 degree stem on the 5200. If I ever decide which I like better, I'll get another and set the two bikes up the same.
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    2006 5200
    stock for now.
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    'If I had a hammer...I'd hammer your face.'

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    Awesome bike yessl

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    Quote Originally Posted by footballcat
    my 06 5.9
    Dude, that is an awesome paint job. I love it. Good choice!
    Tomorrows battle is won during today's practice. - Samurai maxim

    In the course of achieving anything, nothing is more important than persistence.

    Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret!.

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