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Old 08-11-2012, 02:39 PM   #31
Aug 2011
Philadelphia, PA
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Beer: Blind Pig IPA (at this exact moment, may change from minute to minute)

Bikes: Surly Pacer and a cheap Citizen Tokyo folder

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Old 08-11-2012, 02:49 PM   #32
Sep 2010
Indianola,IA, Iowa
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Beer: depends on the mood.

Bikes: Scott cx team
:Panasonic steel single speed
:trek 1500
(and hopefully something new soon)

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Old 08-11-2012, 05:15 PM   #33
Apr 2012
Posts: 284
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Beer: ranger ipa

Bikes: schwinn s-30 converted to single speed.
Japanese beach cruiser.

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Old 08-12-2012, 01:26 AM   #34
Jan 2011
Fair Haven, VT
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My favorite beer is Heady Topper, and my bike is a Cannondale M-500. It's about 20 years old, but for $75 on craigslist I'll take it! It's decent for singletrack, but I'd like to upgrade to a suspension fork at some point.

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Old 08-12-2012, 02:58 AM   #35
Dec 2011
Denver, CO
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Beer: Odell IPA, Sierra Nevada Torpedo Tallboys (better than the bottles)

Bikes: Ground Up custom steel road bike, Built by Eric Baar of Colorado Springs, Full Dura ace components. Its pretty
Ground Up custom steel Track Bike - for track racing. Also very pretty
Ground Up custom steel Track Bike - converted to a fixie for training a few years ago before fixies became a big trend. It has front and rear brakes so it looks like a road bike anyways.
My mountain bike done went kablooie a few years ago and I havent been able to afford to fix or replace it.

I recently got back to riding after a few years off. Really enjoying being back on the bike again. Might even race when the new track near Boulder opens!

Heres the Track bike. I had a deep dish front wheel that I had to sell a few years ago
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:23 AM   #36
Jun 2012
Chicago, Illinois
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Beer: I love bourbon aged stouts.....but my favorites change

Bike #1: Trek 1.2 - commuting
Bike #2: Trek Custom TT for triathlon
Bike #3: Trek 800 Sport - for guests and winter

I think Trek should make a bourbon aged stout actually....

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Old 08-12-2012, 06:07 AM   #37
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Apr 2010
Kailua, Hawaii
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Black Butte Porter or Ballast Point Calico Amber.

2011 Cannondale Trail. Switched to street tires and use it to commute daily. Also rigging a kid trailer to haul dive gear to some of the local dive spots.
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Old 08-12-2012, 03:11 PM   #38
Jun 2011
Pueblo, Colorado
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What ever beer I brewed that's ready to drink. And....

The photo of a bottle in the water bottle cage reminded me of the time a friend of mine road up to my house. He handed me his bottle and said, "Try this." I took a swig. It was seven and seven. I said not really being a whiskey fan, "Why not beer?" His reply was, "We tried beer but it kept foaming out of the bottle."

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Old 08-12-2012, 04:07 PM   #39
Dec 2010
Aurora, CO
Posts: 20

Beer: Dead Guy

Gary Fisher Rig
Bianchi MUSS
Bianchi DOSS
Bianchi Giro
Bianchi San Jose
'94 Trek Mountain Track
'55 Schwinn Hornet

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Old 08-12-2012, 04:11 PM   #40
Oct 2011
Cornwall, Ontario
Posts: 371
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Stone's Sublimely Self-Righteous Black IPA or Mill Street Tankhouse

2002 Haro Escape 8.1 (retrofitted with full XTR group, Manitou Black 120mm fork, Avid Juicy Disc brakes etc) - That's my freeride/screwing around bike
2006 Falardeau scandium hardtail (with Sram X0 components, Avid bb5 disc brakes, Manitou r7mrd fork, XTR hollowtech cranks and carbon everything) my XC bike... weighs just under 20lb but is sadly in bits right now.
Back off man! I'm a Scientist.

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