I've just seen the new limited edition Lemond carbon bikes,I'll be buying one and posting a pic on here in 20 years time..
I've jsut been looking at those too... I'd love one but I suspect they are well outside my price range http://bikepure.org/2013/09/lemond-bike ... interbike/
Here is my 1997 Lemond Buenos Aires. Not as nice as the bike above but I like it.
I know... it's a Trek era 853 frame but I've owned it from new. I loved watching Greg race BITD so when I wanted a road bike I bought the best Lemond I could afford. I bought it new in 1997 and used it to ride with the local roady club (Fleet Feet Triathletes) for a year while I was training for the Scottish Cycling Union XC series. After that year I drifted away from racing and road riding. I didn't sell the bike but I did lend it to a few friends over the next bunch of years. This year I started training for the Trans-Savoie Big Mountain Enduro race and used it to ride to work - 29 miles with 1,700ft of climbing according to Strava. Its been great to get acquanted with it again and we've been climbing up the local Strava rankings together. As far as I can remember its pretty original... one new chain, a new seatpost, some new tyres and tubes... and I had to replace all the spokes in the back wheel. Its all the roady I need although the weight and old school gearing is a bit of a bitch on the big local hill (Cairn O'Mount).
He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy.
95 Kona Explosif Singlespeed/Fixie - 100% Thrashed since new and it's still very well loved (and it looks it).
Dave Lloyd C.A.T.S W.I.S.K.A.S - Built, ridden, loved, and sold.