Guess what I'll be doing in February.
New cables and red (!) bar tape for my bike. Campy cassette lockring tool. Performance Toe-sties toe covers. Life is good.
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....
2014 Felt F4, waiting to get it now.
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.
2009 Cannondale CAAD 9-6
2005 Raleigh M40
Riding the mountains of North Carolina
I do today what you don't , so I can do tomorrow what you can't
"Absolutely imbecilic. But typical." ..... pcad
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.
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.
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
I got 4 Power Gels for a dollar at Grocery Outlet (PNW chain of grocery stores).
angente 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.