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    Funded by yours truly:


    Funded by the parents for their bikes:




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    --Shimano Ultegra 9-speed derailleur (12-27) from my LBM (mechanic not store) (price matched PBK!)
    --Rapha long sleeve merino jersey (on close out from cc w/ free shipping)
    Big tex is going to jail. Fingers crossed.

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    New 517 Mavic rear rim built by my trusted mechanic , new chain, new rear cassette. Basically, my touring bikes' yearly overhaul...
    Pray for the Dead and Fight like Hell for the Living






    ^ Since January 1, 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by umd View Post
    this

    You are going to love it. Got one about 6 months ago to video the kids riding bikes and such. Great quality. The only true pain in the ARZ is finding a way to mount it on the helmet that consistently keeps it aligned the way you want it. Once you do, and it will take several try and see, it will be golden. Enjoy!
    Arguing with ignorant people is an exercise in futility. They will bring you down to their level and once there they will beat you with their overwhelming experience.

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    Just bought these for my new race build. Wanted something cheap, light, and reliable.






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    CO2 cartridges.
    Cyclists of the world, unite! You have nothing to lube but your chains!

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    LIVE FAST, RIDE FASTER
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    ... See you on the podium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    Just bought these for my new race build. Wanted something cheap, light, and reliable.





    Please do a review....I've been thinking of getting these!
    Jared-
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Jared View Post
    Please do a review....I've been thinking of getting these!
    I will. I currently run the Nashbar shifters with DA7800 because they are a bit smaller than the 7800 ones. They seem to work fine. This will be my first try on the "whole" gruppo. $233 for everything is cheaper than just shifter for most groups.

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    2 long sleeve jerseys, 2 base layers, wheelset, 2 inner tubes, 2 rim tapes
    coasting, few quotes are worthy of him, and of those, even fewer printable in a family forum......quote 3alarmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Jared View Post
    Please do a review....I've been thinking of getting these!
    +1 never heard of them, curios to hear how they compare to any of the big three in any tier.
    "...I thought about evening when the boys wash up, sing, eat, raise a cup of wine in honor of love and life, and waiting at the door, the bicycle, stilled, because only moving does it have a soul, and fallen there it isn't a translucent insect humming through summer but a cold skeleton that will return to life only when it's needed, when it's light, that is, with the resurrection of each day." -- Pablo Neruda

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    Matt in Kansas

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    inner tubes.


    shades


    saddle


    brakeset


    quill stem adapter


    gloves


    and this... i use my camera most of the time for taking pics while riding. my last one just gave out after a crash.
    Last edited by a_phat_beat; 04-06-10 at 10:38 AM.
    "...I thought about evening when the boys wash up, sing, eat, raise a cup of wine in honor of love and life, and waiting at the door, the bicycle, stilled, because only moving does it have a soul, and fallen there it isn't a translucent insect humming through summer but a cold skeleton that will return to life only when it's needed, when it's light, that is, with the resurrection of each day." -- Pablo Neruda

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    Oh... a CO2 *** thing to toss in my jersey.

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    almost forgot, this too...
    "...I thought about evening when the boys wash up, sing, eat, raise a cup of wine in honor of love and life, and waiting at the door, the bicycle, stilled, because only moving does it have a soul, and fallen there it isn't a translucent insect humming through summer but a cold skeleton that will return to life only when it's needed, when it's light, that is, with the resurrection of each day." -- Pablo Neruda

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    After attempting to true my rear wheel and noticing a ding in the rim from the day last summer when some a$$h0le pulled the group through a minefield of potholes and I flatted, I'm springing for a new Kinlin niobium 27.

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    Psimet wheels.
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    Shimano long-reach brake caliper (front).
    Let your freak flag fly.

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    I had a very rare day and spent some money on something other than groceries or race entry.

    Giro Havik II- GREAT price, fit really nicely, amazing lenses, look awesome. My other glasses have good lenses, but the frames are not good for riding.


    TruVativ GXP BB- Because my other one is shot after 5 months.


    Vittoria Rubino Slick 25mm- Great tires, cheap, light, comfy.


    Shimano 105 10 speed cassette 11/25- Cheap, works great.


    McDonalds Banana Milkshake- Overpriced, but delicious. I've had a decent week. Suck it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonKarter21 View Post
    TruVativ GXP BB- Because my other one is shot after 5 months.
    Take a good look at your crank, too, if it's the current Truvativ/Sram type with the spider press-fitted onto the axle. I had one of those develop a wobble as the spider worked its way loose, and it then trashed the BB. My experience is limited, honestly, but when three out of four GXP cranks I've ridden (two on my bikes, and the third was a shop bike) start wobbling enough to rub the chain on the FD in a tall gear combo, I'd rather use something else.

    McDonalds Banana Milkshake- Overpriced, but delicious. I've had a decent week. Suck it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    I will. I currently run the Nashbar shifters with DA7800 because they are a bit smaller than the 7800 ones. They seem to work fine. This will be my first try on the "whole" gruppo. $233 for everything is cheaper than just shifter for most groups.
    The exact reason it appeals to me....lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarracksSi View Post
    Take a good look at your crank, too, if it's the current Truvativ/Sram type with the spider press-fitted onto the axle. I had one of those develop a wobble as the spider worked its way loose, and it then trashed the BB. My experience is limited, honestly, but when three out of four GXP cranks I've ridden (two on my bikes, and the third was a shop bike) start wobbling enough to rub the chain on the FD in a tall gear combo, I'd rather use something else.
    nah, it's a Red crank, the bearing cartridge wobbles from side to side inside of the shell. I'm imagining that cyclocross, a few spills and a liberal dose of cobbles does that,

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonKarter21 View Post
    nah, it's a Red crank, the bearing cartridge wobbles from side to side inside of the shell. I'm imagining that cyclocross, a few spills and a liberal dose of cobbles does that,
    Ah, ok. In my case it was two Truvativ Elita cranks and a 2010 Rival that all developed the same symptoms.

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    Just ordered a Sella Italia Prolink saddle, in white:



    To replace the narrower, harder (but just as white, and probably a tad lighter) saddle that came with my Scott CR1.

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    36v 500w 26 Inch Rear Wheel Electric Bicycle Motor Conversion Kit

    I bought this 500w conversion kit for myself this week. http://www.thelashop.com/catalog/36v...-Ki-p-719.html Learning and Trying to install it now.

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