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Discussion in 'Cycling Department Forum' started by Bram, Jun 26, 2016.
Do you cyclisti have any specific bike you are dreaming of?
Too many to list
Today I only added a few more to the list
One more for the list:
I don't have the money for it, but if my budget wasn't an issue I would immediately order a Canyon Endurace CF SLX 9.0 SL for E6,299. What an awesome carbon bike in black or red.
I have ordered this Travelbike. Next week it will be here. JOY...
Koga Worldtraveller KS-TR 29
IN DUTCH...sorry, couldn't find any video in english...
That one is classy @arthur666
I gave up on speed a long time ago.
I have a Hewitt Cheviot touring bike, which I love, but if I was to get another bike, would probably be one of these, for the flexibility it would offer:
These new bikes are to expensive even to dream about, but if money was no option It would be something like this an electric hybrid bike for my daily commutes Clean. Fast. Efficient. There aren't many better ways to get about than the Specialized Turbo. With its direct drive pedal assist motor, neatly integrated battery, and quality components, only about £1800 its the ideal companion for the city.
Next on the list of things i need to own and pedal - Challenge Fujin sl2
This would likely do it for me.
GTECH electric bike, I really really want one and If I hadn't just bought a new pc with Oculus, I could've had this lol
This is the bike I am currently dreaming of. The Open U.P. which allows tires and wheels for road, mtb and cyclocross cycling. The all in one bike.
A ROSE X-Lite CRS-5000
Looks fantastic, has good components, only 6.5kg and at just 2800€, also really affordable.
Who am I kidding, I'll just sell my car.
This one would make me verrrryyyy hapyyyy
Great bike indeed @Flaviu but that fork is a bit... weird?!
It is a litle weird, but it is mine . And it is "carbon blades"
Fork: Synapse SAVE, Carbon blades, 1-1/8"
This is the younger sister and the name of the fork is ever hotter:
Synapse, SAVE PLUS, BallisTec Hi-MOD Carbon, 1-1/8″ to 1-1/4″ tapered steerer
(I think it is a part of a future space ship)
That is a simplistic yet so beatiful bike. Especially the crank looks very classic, something you'd find on a 80s road bike. I love it!