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    Post your LeMond pics here

    Yeah, Yeah, Madones are real trick, but there are a lot of cool LeMonds out there. So lets see them! Mine is the new Tete built up from the frame. Lets see some of the ti/carbon bikes.
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    no really, post a pic or two.

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    Here's my LeMond Victoire...


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    Very nice, their Ti/Carbon frames look great.

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    99 Lemond Buenos Aires

    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.
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    New stem and bar from 3T.


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    Mj

    LeMond MJ 853.
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    mmmm....853 steel...........
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    Can I have your bike rkb? k thx bye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uzziefly
    Can I have your bike rkb? k thx bye.

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    Not that one, but.....I'll cut you a deal on my Santa Cruz MTB I'm selling


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    TdC

    Tete de Course. This size 57 weighs in at 15.7 lbs as you see it....
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    Just build Zurich w/ Chorus

    Build up this winter, first ride today. A short 10 mile with lots of wind. All Chorus, FSA Crank , Eurus wheels, Ritchey WSC fork, bars, stem and steat post.
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    nice....love the Ferrari decal

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    Here's my 2005 Tourmalet. Just put the crank/FD/chain on tonight. Just need the RD and my campy conversion is complete.
    ETA: Full Campy now.

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    2001 Nevada City

    Here's my Nevada City when I took her down the Natchez Trace last Fall.

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    Tete de Zippified

    Tete with new 404s
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    '07 Alpe D'Huez

    Not as nice as everyone else's, but I love it. Pretty much stock, but with Race Lite bottle cages, WTB saddle, Salsa Short and Shallow bar (not pictured), dark blue Bontrager bar tape and Verdestein tires (not pictured).
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    My Lemond

    2004 Tourmalet
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    I was looking at the sizing on the Tęte De Course and thought that I would need a 57. My Gunnar is a 56cm, but the TT and SO seem to match up better with the larger size. Is this what others have found out when fitting the Lemonds? I probably should go to the lbs and get fit before I order one though. It seems like now is the time to make the purchase in a nice Lemond at a closeout price.

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    02 Zurich frameset purchased NOS last year

    Built up Ultegra 10 compact double, Race Lite wheels, Deda Newton bar and Bontrager stem and seatpost. Not the newest technology, but a fast and great riding bike.
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    I just saw this thread.

    02 Alpe de Huez bought early in 07. I've added the Brooks, generic LBS silver stem, Nitto noodle bar, 105/cxp 22 rims, Gatorskins, early 90's purple pedals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black cross
    I was looking at the sizing on the Tęte De Course and thought that I would need a 57. My Gunnar is a 56cm, but the TT and SO seem to match up better with the larger size. Is this what others have found out when fitting the Lemonds? I probably should go to the lbs and get fit before I order one though. It seems like now is the time to make the purchase in a nice Lemond at a closeout price.
    You definitely want to go and get fitted for the bike. I normally ride a 58cm in other bikes, but the 57 is what was right for me. Because of the head tube angles and such is the difference, I believe. And now is definitely the time to get one. It's a shame what's happening. It's a great riding bike. Maybe not as racey as a Madone, but one of the best fitting bikes I've rode. I work at a bike shop that sells the Lemonds next to Treks, and I've had multiple customers tell me that they like their Madones, but the Lemond is their favorite. One guy even chose his Lemond over the Madone for his two month long trip to Europe.

    By the way, I love everone's bikes. The Lemonds are such a classy looking bike. I wish I could afford to have all of them. Mhopton's is probably my favorite of them all, so far. I love the look of the carbon/ti.
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    Just upgraded the wheels and fork.

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    Nice, I think the SLs are about the best looking wheels going. I really like your "name" on the top tube. Throw on a red Chris King headset and you're money.

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    2005 Alpe D'Huez

    Here's my '05 Alpe D'Huez


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