Weather was nice yesterday but I was super tired from soccer the night before. Sun is out today so will try and get my wife to go out with me and do a quick 10kms.
BTW: Bike looks a little different now. Raised the seat 5mm and swapped a 10mm spacer above the stem so it is a little more aggressive. I needed to do this to shift some of my weight onto the bars because my bum was hurting way too much. That 15mm change made a huge difference.
Another pic (crappy cell phone quality though):
(2011 Specialized Sirrus Sport)
Me bike and I went for a little ride into the mountains today. Nothing has changed lately on it but I was bored when I was resting and took some pics...
Those handlebars are so hawt!
giantcfr1, i know this question been asked several times,where did you get those red dots on the rims? I want some on my black rims,they match very nicely.
He took some reflective tape and a hole punch and that's that. He says he did it on a rainy day. I did it too.
Thank you AlphaDogg.
You would think with all that rain, you would be used to a comfortable being wet by now.
Wouldn't you get soaking wet from the side? My guess the wind would blow straight through those things from the side. I'd imagine they should be much lower, but then you wouldn't be able to safely dismount your bike.
Anyway it must work or you wouldn't have bought two of them.
EDIT. By the way, is it a coincidence that these same pics feature on all web pages relating to this product. This page might be a better spot for you... http://www.bikeforums.net/forumdispl...-Your-Services
Dressing for the weather is still the norm but this is preferred over the constant facial drenching. These are my prototypes and like them or not I'm proud of them just from the standpoint that they work. Perhaps I was being a bit facetious about my hybrid, I should have posted in umbrella hybrid thred
My apologies, I really am that clue less.
this is my hybird...
Base : Polygon Heist 2.0 (Indonesian Brand)
Shimano m495 hubs
Tiagra triple 50x39x30 crankset
Shimano deore 9 speed sprocket
Shimano hg73 9sp chain
Shimano Deore FD (used :D )
Shimano Deore LX RD (old stock)
Selle Royal Alpine Sadle
Polygon Pannier Rack (for long tour)
Eiger Pannier Bad (for long tour)
ps: sorry for my bad english
Man, that's a nice bike. I didn't even know they had a 7.6. I thought they only went up to 7.5. Out of curiosity, what size frame is that? It looks small, kinda like something I'd fit on. I ride a 15.5".