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Jamie

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Daniel wrote:

“I was looking around and found this site…and well i just built my wife a Pink bike:

My wife’s name is Jamie and she will now ride:

Orbea Aqua frame
Sram force group
pink selle marco saddle
pink Aerospoke wheels with pink stelvo tires
ritchey stem and handlebars
pink speedplay pedals
And finally a pink helmet

She is a converted mountain biker and is looking forward to the open road.”

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Nancy Cruz

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Nancy Cruz sent this great photo along with this note:

“My name is Nancy Cruz and reside in Rahway, New Jersey and I would like to submit my photo of my pink bike that my husband gave me for my birthday last year.  I love riding it to the flea market in my town.  People stop me and ask so many questions about it.  As you can see from the photo, my husband even spray painted the rims pink.  LOL. The best part of my bike is the Basket. I can remove it and carry it about if I wish. “

Karen Frank

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Karen Frank writes:

“My Bike is a custom painted Kuota.  I use it to do Ironman Canada Race and training. I have the Michellie Jones Pink Tires on it and my nickname Buffy is in pink on the Wheels as well as painted on the bike.”

Sara

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Sara writes:

“I ran across your site right after I order my new bike. Its a Pake frame with bubble gum pink Velocity rims and matching pink wrap on the handle bars.  I’ve had it for about one month and already I ride it every day to work (brooklyn to manhattan) and have road it out to montauk.  I love it, I feel like its pinkness makes it all the more fun to ride.”

Elizabeth McSweeny

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I call her “Tomboy”

It is a Black/PINK Orbea Diva
Black/PINK Selle Italia Diva gel Flow seat (very, very comfy by the way),
ZIPP Zedtech 404′s with PINK decal, (Spoiled Rotten)
PINK rimmed tyres,
Clear/PINK camelback drink bottles (very practical),
PINK bike pump,
PINK gloves,
PINK socks,
PINK/Black bike bag,
PINK catlike helmet,
35 PINK jerseys to match! Seriously!!!!!!!!
& a Silver/PINK princess crown from my two Triathlon coaches Shannon & Hannah (Thank you!)
& all the swimming & running gear to match……PINK
Mmm I think I might get help … I’ve been struck by the PINK Fairy

All of that aside very nice bike to ride

Cheers

Elizabeth McPink! Hehe (McSweeney) Perth Western Australia

Claire

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From Claire:

“This is my pink bike.  The frame is a beautiful steel lugged Univega from the late ’80′s.  I got it for free when my work found it in some abandoned basement office space.  My b.f. spent hours cleaning it up and replacing everything on it.  Now it’s got pink rims (Velocity), pink Chris King hubs and headset, pink handlebar tape (cinelli) and pink brake cables.  The fenders are black, but they have pink reflective stickers on them.  It’s even got a pink bell.

“I live in Alaska and ride it to work every day.  In the winter it gets studded tires (not pink).”

Lisa Cotterman

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Lisa Cotterman writes:

“This bike started out as a 1987 Centurion Dave Scott Master Triathlon 12-speed with Tange No. 1 double-butted tubing. I wanted an all-pink single-speed, and its quality frame and Shimano 600 brakes, crank, and headset made this a good candidate for renovation and conversion. After dismantling the bike and sawing/filing off the shift lever mounting lugs on the downtube, the frame and fork were powder coated pink. I left the rear derailleur hanger on in case I ever want to convert it back to a multi-speed. My husband reassembled the bike with wheels he built from Mavic Open Pro rims, pink Milwaukee high-flange hubs, and DT Swiss double-butted spokes. The 42-tooth chainring is Salsa, and the 17-tooth freewheel is Shimano. The Noah’s Ark handlebars from Soma are wrapped with pink tape and equipped with new Shimano brake levers. A pink seat and pink toe straps complete the theme. Its light weight and tight geometry make the bike a quick handler for my daily commutes to the office.”

Jady Enomoto

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Jady sent photos of two gorgeous bikes: “Here’s my purple and pink custom single speed built by Duty Fabrication. It’s become more candy like over the years w/the latest add on being my limited edition hope flower brakes. see engraving. I get lots of compliments not only on the unique frame design, but of course the color palette!”

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“Here’s my other pink bike. This one is all pink. It’s a Ventana x5 bought at the path in Tustin, CA. They also built up my custom Duty frame that I [also] sent you photos of.”

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Seth C.

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“hi Crystal, .. here’s a link to a few pics of my ‘girly’ fixed gear bike, that my wife is jealous of but is too short (and scared) to ride. the aluminum track frame is built by a small company called LEADER, and it’s fitted with sugino 75 cranks/bottom bracket, easton EC90 carbon fork, truvativ carbon riser bar, thomson stem, velocity wheels and hubs, and extra girly bianchi (faux) leopard fur trimmed saddle.”

Seth also writes that he collects pink skateboards.

Morgan’s wife

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Morgan writes: “I just wanted to add a bike to your site. I just finished putting this thing together for my wife’s birthday. I checked your site to see how girlie I could make it since my wife loves pink. I started this project last October and was able to pay for it all with plasma donation money. And I made just in time since her birthday is one week from today! We’ll be having tons of fun ridding up the canyons here in Logan, UT this summer! Thanks for your cool site!”

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