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Old June 17th, 2010, 06:39 PM   #1
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My cycling photos!

Well I figured I should post some pics over here of some recent bike photos

Over the past few weeks I have had a chance to photograph some of my bikes. Hope you enjoy!
Starting with my recent addition of about a month ago.

2010 Trek 6500Disc...Added the Bontrager FR3 tires and tubeless in front, along with new handlebars. Tires are a beast at 26x2.35

Link to all of my bike photos
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First night I had the bike


Then this was from Tuesday night with the new additions



Then some recent photos of the road bike.

2003 Trek 1200 with Michelin Lithion Tires, Bontrager Racelite front wheel, Trek 2.3 front fork, Bontrager Racelite seat, Gold Crankbrothers headset

New additions will be Bontrager Racelite rear wheel with some customization, along with some LizardSkin handlebar tape which is AMAZING, and then maybe a compact crank




Needs to be lubricated badly

Focusing on the B logo




Insane Trek Bike from work...Trek Remedy


Then some old photos..





I think I have found an area I would like to focus on with my photography!
My goal for this summer is to get out and photograph other bikes and try my hardest to get some action photos on the trails. And if i can get off work then photograph some local races
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Old June 17th, 2010, 07:51 PM   #2
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I'm amazed. Just great stuff man.

They got nothing on my Huffy though!
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Old June 17th, 2010, 08:33 PM   #3
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Old June 17th, 2010, 09:13 PM   #4
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Thanks for the comments

Hopefully I will continue to photograph bikes..We usually have a decent bike in the shop every few days. So maybe I should throw in a business car and ask if I could take pictures of them. Thoughts?
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Old June 19th, 2010, 07:09 AM   #5
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Old June 19th, 2010, 10:13 AM   #6
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wow! cool bikes. i just bought a GT peace single speed mountain bike. it's just for occasional riding right now. my BMX days we're way back in the late 80's and i need a break in on riding again. tripled my weight and haven't ridden' in years, need to get back into shape. lol.

bought the bike to divert my attention form the accord but it's not working
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Old February 18th, 2011, 10:51 AM   #7
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I'm in the market for an entry level MTB and remembered your photos. I had to come back and look again. Sooo nice.

I can't decide between a Trek, Specialized, Giant, or Cannondale. Too many choices! I'm heading to some shops tomorrow to check stuff out in person.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 11:39 AM   #8
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I'd recommend a 29er.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 03:08 PM   #9
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I'd recommend a 29er.
Okay, I see. I did see some of those. Besides creating more leverage when encountering rocks/obstacles -- thus making navigation easier -- what is the additional benefit?
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Old February 18th, 2011, 03:42 PM   #10
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Well, if you're just starting, then it may be hard to describe. I'd recommend a test day at your lbs and feel the difference.

My current ride is a custom Niner Air 9. (coming from a Specialized Hardrock and a Santa Cruz Blur LT).

In my case:
- HUGE boost in confidence
- Climbs like no other (this will put a huge smile on your face)
- It rides very different from your normal 26 inch bikes. May require skills lol.
- Since I have a hardtail, the disadvantage from a full suspension is the comfort when going downhill. But who cares about comfort when you can fly faster with a 29er

In the end of the day, just as long as you have fun and keep riding, that's all it matters.

GL!
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Old February 18th, 2011, 05:09 PM   #12
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^

E won't mind I don't think. At least it's on the topic of bikes.

I did some reading and think I like the concept of the 29ers.

I'll definitely be going hardtail. Full suspension is out of my price range and beyond the riding style I'll be doing for the most part.

I like the Trek line of bikes and am really liking this GF Marlin, which is a hardtail 29er.

Trek Bikes | Bikes | Gary Fisher Collection | Marlin

EDIT: Wow, the image was huge so I killed it. (note to self, we should install some auto-downsizing software to the forum)

Another EDIT: And another Wow, the Niner stuff is siiick. Out of my price range, but real nice. Maybe one day I could grow into something like that.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 09:48 PM   #13
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Yeah 29er are nice, I have only been on them once on an actual trail. But they might be harder to find a good one at your price range. Fisher bikes look sick though. I have been in love with all of their 2011 models. Just wish we kept them in stock, and not just special order.

Marlin is a good bike for base. The best part about Fisher 29ers is that they are going to handle much better than your average 29ers, which is their downfall. If you are just wanting a base bike, than I would maybe just stick with a 29er since it is the new fad. Maybe grab some slick spares to throw on if you know your not mtn biking for awhile.

Oh and like you said, I could careless about the threadjack. Kinda glad to see some bike talk on here
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Old February 18th, 2011, 10:03 PM   #14
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Some updated pics

Fisher Hi-Fi Pro....Owner also has an amazing Niner with some crazy Hope Hubs
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Fisher Hi-Fi Pro by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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Swiftwick Socks by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

Sweet Waterford build from last summer.
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Night Riders by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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Singletrack by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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Over the Edge by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

Madone 6.9 Pro
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Trek Madone 6.9 by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

Custom Project One Madone 6.9 with Campy 11 speed...only 9000 haha
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The 9K Bike by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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Madone 5.2 Chain by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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My mtn bike from two weeks ago
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Trek 6500 Snow Ride by Eric.Renshaw, on Flickr

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my pride and joy (at the moment)


nothing special, just your average build

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more pics of the robots on the table please??
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Old February 19th, 2011, 05:05 PM   #19
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now it is threadjack......haha
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Eric your photography is amazing!
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Old May 2nd, 2011, 03:13 AM   #21
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Don't want to start a new thread so gonna keep jacking your thread Eric.

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Nice pics! I did the Five Boros of NYC yesterday and it was great. 42 miles of carless streets in NYC, filled with 32,000 riders. Only problem was the clusterf*ck of ppl bottlenecking. But still def a great time.
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Came across an older frame; couldn't resist.

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Nice! So are you building these up or just buying frames as decoration?
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They're going to be my wall hangers.


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