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    Talking out of the shadows

    Wow! I am a long-time lurker...just saw that my join date was in 2003 and that was my 1st post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebatl
    Wow! I am a long-time lurker...just saw that my join date was in 2003 and that was my 1st post...
    Better late than never, welcome. And nice bike.

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    THis is my lemond I posted it before but there has been some changes. 16.40lbs with cages and pedals size 59cm




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    Quote Originally Posted by evs
    with some thiiin reynolds 853 steel and since she treated me so good I gave her a new powder coat this past winter. Over the last 2 years I swapped out everything except the seatpost (would like to get a Thomson Masterpiece Seatpost) and cinelli handle bar. I bought her at the end of 2000. If it works don't fix it.
    It is refreshing to see a rider use Forte' Axis Pro carbon forks around here too.
    Possibly one of the better deals out there for a 352 gram fork.
    You diggin yours still?

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    My '04 Zurich

    Post your LeMond pics here-2004zurich.jpg

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    My 05 Versailles and my buddy's Zurich at the Alpe d'Huez 1 week ago.
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    2007 Buenos Aires

    Just picked up this weekend, haven't even got pedals on it yet. My dream bike. And only $1099. Gotta get a shorter stem, and get that stupid spoke protector off.


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    It's odd. The Madone 54 cm seemed small to me and the 56 cm felt a little bit awkward. The 55 cm feels just right. I'm sure it is probably something else about the geometry, but I love this bike.

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    "odd"

    What's 'odd' is you having BMX pedals on that bike.......get yourself some real pedals. It will make a world of difference in your riding. Believe it and Enjoy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miller_2727
    What's 'odd' is you having BMX pedals on that bike.......get yourself some real pedals. It will make a world of difference in your riding. Believe it and Enjoy!!
    I believe what you say that they would make a difference. The bmx pedals are temporary until the wife lets me spend the money for good pedals and shoes. There are some big bills coming up and the frivilous spending has been capped. Oh well, soon enough.

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    2002 LeMond Bueno Aries
    Full Ultegra except 105 BB, Flightdeck
    Look Pedals, Thomson Seatpost, Terry Ti Fly Saddle
    Mavic Aksium Wheels, Michelin Pro2 Race Tires
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    Quote Originally Posted by PegLeg
    2002 LeMond Bueno Aries
    Full Ultegra except 105 BB, Flightdeck
    Look Pedals, Thomson Seatpost, Terry Ti Fly Saddle
    Mavic Aksium Wheels, Michelin Pro2 Race Tires
    Cool! We have the same bike. Mine has a little bit different set up. I'll try to get some pics up soon.

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    My LeMond Zurich (Redux)

    Here's my circa 2001 LeMond Zurich, recently repainted and rebuilt.



    Got rid of low-spoke semi-aero wheels and went with 32-spoke Open Pros laced to Dura-Ace hubs, spinning 28s. Rides like a dream!

    I turned the black bits to silver (using the lye method) and put on a Brooks B-17.

    Looks old school, but with STI shifters (which I updated to 10-speed from the original 9).

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    '06 Victoire in MD

    My '06 Victoire is stock except for the Selle Italia saddle. Starting to lust after an all Ti Lemond frame now but they always go sky high on ebay.

    Chris
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuenosAires
    Cool! We have the same bike. Mine has a little bit different set up. I'll try to get some pics up soon.
    My setup has morphed over the years.

    I added the Flightdeck when I bought the bike.

    I went through various seats before settling on the Terry.

    I was having some problems with my knees so I went in for fitting. That is when the stock seat post was replaced with the Thomson (no setback).

    I used the SPDs that came on the bike for the first season and then I replaced them with the Look pedals. I got the Looks when SuperGo was blowing them out for around $80. They are the PP296.

    When I replaced the chain I went with a Shimano DA chain.

    When I replaced the brake pads I went with Shimano DA pads.

    The rear Bontrager Select wheel developed cracks around the spoke nipples at just shy of 5k miles. I got a good deal on the Aksiums so I replaced both wheels. I had a new Ultegra 12-25 cassette kicking around so I put that on the Aksium instead of the 105 cassette that came on the bike.

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    2002 Tete de Course

    I recently bought a 2002 Tete de Course frame and swapped out parts from another bike to this one. My LBS put on some great Arundel bar tape to match the paint. I've only ridden the bike about 150km so far and have dialled in the fit. I really love the way it handles and you just can't go wrong with full titanium. I didn't have a chance yet to take pics outside but will so soon!
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    One of these days when its sunny I'll take some full bike pics.


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    some of them are really nice. Too bad they don't sell them in Belgium. Cause I'm a big fan of Lemond I Have to say. He used to live around the corner of my grandma's house while he was still racing. I love his attidude and I he is the only racinghero that actually dears to question armstrongs reputation. I believe what he says. Why don't people listen to this guy?

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    just built some new wheels for her... 32h chris kings on open pro's - is there anything better?

    08 sarthe, 62cm.






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    My contribution

    Greetings, I do more lurking than I do posting here

    Thought I would add a few pics of my ride.

    Bike: 2007 Chambery- (the aluminum/OCLV Carbon Spine frame, 55cm)
    Wheels: Neuvation M28 Aero (had since 2005 and taken off prior bike)
    Pedals: Look Keo Classics (with updated axles )
    Saddle: Bontrager InForm RL

    Seatpost, stem and bars are Bontrager components.

    Drivetrain consists of Shimano Ultegra Brifters, Rear der., and Crankset. Shimano 105 brake calipers and front der. round out the package.

    Thanks for looking.

    DM
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    Finally got around to taking some pics, so here she is.

    2002 Lemond Buenos Aires
    Stock except for:

    Fizik Aliante Gamma Saddle
    Bontrager race x-lite wheelset
    Look keo sprint pedals
    Dura Ace bottom bracket
    Ultegra chain
    Sram 12-25 cassette
    Continental GP 4000 tires



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    Quote Originally Posted by miller_2727
    It will make a world of difference in your riding. Believe it and Enjoy!!
    Got the clipless pedals on there - you were right - huge difference.

    Lemond Alpe d'Huez

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    05 Victoire (also for sale!)

    I'm sponsored locally by giant now, so this has been sadly hanging quietly in my basement for 2 years save for one ride again this early fall. sigh. beautiful ride.

    this is it in full race zoot from 2 yrs ago.


    its now rockin some fulcrums and a different stem/seat





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    I've always wanted a Lemond and these pics are reminding me of getting one.

    My fav is the 05 half carbon half steel Charlie Brown yellow and black Buenos Aires. If anyone has a 55cm and wants to sell it, let me know.

    Thanks for sharing all these pics!
    You can call me "MTP" if my full screen name grosses you out.

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    Time to Post the Creamsicle

    My 05 bone-stock Sarthe- thought I made a huge mistake getting the Double instead of Triple- and could not make it up my hill for first season. After a Winter and Spring of running- made it up hill first crack with one gear left!!!
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