My Bikes

I've been an avid cyclist since I was in my late teens, and I build my first serious road bike in my early 20's. Some time in the 90's, I tried mountain biking, and found that I enjoy it quite a bit. For me, it's a good way to cross-train that improves bike handling, gets different muscle groups into the action, and basically breaks the monotony that constant road riding can sometimes bring.

If you live in the DC metro area, be sure to check out my weekend loop, now available in both 60 and 45 mile versions.

Below you'll find a list of my current bikes (not counting Jessica's), and how I've built them up. You'll also find some links that I think are helpful.

My Stable

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Road

Mountain

Scattante XLR Road
Scattante XLR Road
Frame:Easton Aluminum, 7005
Fork:Carbon threadless
Headset:Inregrated
Handebars:44mm Specialized Roubaix
Stem:Forte, 110mm
Saddle:Selle Italia Flite Gel
Seatpost:Ritchey Comp
Brakes:Nashbar
Shifters:Shimano 105 STI 9-sp
Front Derailleur:Shimano
Rear Derailleur:Shimano 105 9-sp
Crankset:Shimano Dura Ace 7400, 53/39, 172.5mm
Bottom Bracket:Shimano Dura Ace
Pedals:Speedplay Zero, Chromoly
Chain:SRAM PC-951
Cassette:SRAM HG970, 12-26
Wheelset:Easton Vista SL
Skewers:Easton
Tires:Vittoria Rubino
Weight:19lbs, 8oz
Mileage:563.1 (41 rides)

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First you forget names, then you forget faces. Next you forget to pull your zipper up and finally, you forget to pull it down.

- George Burns


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