Lemond

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  1. joshua8

    joshua8 New Member

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  2. TiMan

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    Great bikes....good value
     
  3. Rompinrhino

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    Sure. That would be a good bike to start riding/racing on. Further down the road, you will possibly want to make a few adjustments here and there, a carbon seatpoast on an al frame does a lot. Other such things.
     
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    lemond bikes are great i dont have any experience with that specific bike but my father has a zurich and its extremely comfortable very light and durable
     
  5. miater

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    i have a 2003 tourmalet - the tourmalet was made with steel until the 2004 came out.

    it's a great bike.

    got it for 750 bucks - end of year good price at the LBS - i've since upgraded the tires, handlebar, stem, seat post , saddle, bottom bracket, and crank.

    I have a cervelo dual tri bike and I 'll tell you one thing - steel really does soak up the bumps.

    if i could only have one bike, it would be steel.
     
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