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    Guess what I'll be doing in February.




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    Quote Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
    Guess what I'll be doing in February.

    Drinking beer?

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    New cables and red (!) bar tape for my bike. Campy cassette lockring tool. Performance Toe-sties toe covers. Life is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soma5 View Post
    Drinking beer?
    Correct.

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    Now I can take an actual ECG each morning to see if I'm "too tired", and it will tell me to take a day off.



    No such luck yet. It's usually telling me to do high intensity and go anaerobic....

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4rrest View Post
    Now I can take an actual ECG each morning to see if I'm "too tired", and it will tell me to take a day off.
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    No such luck yet. It's usually telling me to do high intensity and go anaerobic....
    At least it doesn't make disparaging comments. I would be worried about that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyLerDuRDeN_187 View Post
    Just got a set of H plus son rims laced to novatec hubs from hoopswheels and some new tires and tubes also. Can't wait for spring, the trainer is getting boring.
    I built up a pair of H Plus Son rims last year and absolutely love them.

    The pleasure is momentary, the position ridiculous, and the expense damnable.

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    2014 Felt F4, waiting to get it now.

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    Just got my "Two Wheel Cool" silicone toe covers in the mail. Pretty nice! They are pretty thick and have a toe bumper. Just need some warmer weather for me to get out and try them out. If nothing else, I like that you can still see the entire shoe, unlike traditional sets that cover it up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi10 View Post
    Just got my "Two Wheel Cool" silicone toe covers in the mail. Pretty nice! They are pretty thick and have a toe bumper. Just need some warmer weather for me to get out and try them out. If nothing else, I like that you can still see the entire shoe, unlike traditional sets that cover it up.




    where'd ya get these?????? how much (if I can ask you that?)
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    They are from "Twowheelcool.com" and only available from Australia. The toe covers are $29, but the shipping to the US is $22!! I contacted them and they said they can fit 3 toe covers in their shipping box/bag. So I sold a couple buddies on them as well and we split the shipping to ease the sting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi10 View Post
    They are from "Twowheelcool.com" and only available from Australia. The toe covers are $29, but the shipping to the US is $22!! I contacted them and they said they can fit 3 toe covers in their shipping box/bag. So I sold a couple buddies on them as well and we split the shipping to ease the sting.
    And how do they work? Up to what temps?
    Cat 6 going on PRO....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsberrios1 View Post
    And how do they work? Up to what temps?
    I just got them today but I imagine they would be fine around 45f-50f to whatever. Depends, I hate being cold so I use full shoe covers till about 50f-55f. They are a nice snug fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi10 View Post
    Just got my "Two Wheel Cool" silicone toe covers in the mail. Pretty nice! They are pretty thick and have a toe bumper. Just need some warmer weather for me to get out and try them out. If nothing else, I like that you can still see the entire shoe, unlike traditional sets that cover it up.


    Resemble a prophylactic somewhat, but I'd wear them if they're easier to get on/off than traditional neoprene covers. How easy is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4rrest View Post
    Resemble a prophylactic somewhat, but I'd wear them if they're easier to get on/off than traditional neoprene covers. How easy is it?
    Definitely not easier than traditional toe covers.

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    Just got and installed this on my F75 but have no pictures of the bike yet. Sort of a weight weenie with this bike and saved almost a half pound (7.5 ounces) over the Gossamer pro. This will be my rain bike when the F4 shows up.
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    new brakes. Impulse buy. They only come with campy cartridges so I'm waiting for the pads to arrive... try as I may, I couldn't make shimano pads fit


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    Quote Originally Posted by gadabout007 View Post
    try as I may, I couldn't make shimano pads fit

    Strange, I got my shimano reynolds cryo blue pads to fit just pressing in by hand

    You may need a pad press, but they are super expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by bianchi10 View Post
    I just got them today but I imagine they would be fine around 45f-50f to whatever. Depends, I hate being cold so I use full shoe covers till about 50f-55f. They are a nice snug fit.
    Wear them with windstopper socks and you can go lower

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    I got 4 Power Gels for a dollar at Grocery Outlet (PNW chain of grocery stores).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rousseau View Post
    I built up a pair of H Plus Son rims last year and absolutely love them.

    I love your bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjones28 View Post
    Guess what I'll be doing in February.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f4rrest View Post
    Now I can take an actual ECG each morning to see if I'm "too tired", and it will tell me to take a day off.

    No such luck yet. It's usually telling me to do high intensity and go anaerobic....
    Do you train with a PM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleng View Post
    Strange, I got my shimano reynolds cryo blue pads to fit just pressing in by hand

    You may need a pad press, but they are super expensive
    I was trying to fit new zipp tangente cork pads and could only get it a quarter of the way in by hand. The thickness of the lip was too much and could probably be saved. I ordered a set of swissstop racepro for campy for $45. Figured it was easier than wrecking a set of $70 pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leukybear View Post
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    The pleasure is momentary, the position ridiculous, and the expense damnable.

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