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Bill Talbot

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They're all carrying so much crap on them!
I can say that not ONE of the bikes interests me...

Some of the parts though :ogcool:
 

Bill Talbot

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I feel like it was Tri or Ironman person. I mean, obviously. Biopace was actually pretty cool..but..it led to bouncy cadence at higher rpm. It's like a time-capsule of bike tech for the last 30 years. Quintana Roo made Tri bikes for a while..they were the cat's ass for a while. I don't have any interest in the vintage stuff..but yeah, some funky tech in there!

I still ride with BioPace rings on a number of bikes. I like'm.
 

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I feel like it was Tri or Ironman person.
I'd say Ironman for sure. You don't need that much fuel for shorter tris.

Getting a bike setup is such a process. Seems like so much effort for so little gain with each subsequent bike. Clearly, the owner loved doing it. Given the parts bins, I wonder if it was a bike shop owner or someone in the industry?
 
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