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Forum: Foo 08-19-16, 08:32 PM
Replies: 6,659
Views: 766,976
Posted By AnthonyG
Definitely longer doors. I'd hazard a guess that...

Definitely longer doors. I'd hazard a guess that they are Charger doors. Lots of body work in that vehicle.

Anthony
Forum: Foo 08-10-16, 03:48 AM
Replies: 32
Views: 452
Posted By AnthonyG
Do you have separate internet access and what's...

Do you have separate internet access and what's your access to WiFi like?

At the moment my mobile phone data is my internet access. I tether my laptop to my cell phone and my cell phone account...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 08:37 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
Modern bikes with 700c wheels only "Work" down to...

Modern bikes with 700c wheels only "Work" down to medium sized. The "Small" or 48cm, 50cm or even 52cm is always a fudge.

Nominally, when you reduce the top tube length or more accurately the...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 06:53 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
The thing though with modern frame design, the...

The thing though with modern frame design, the next size up isn't really bigger or should I say the this frame isn't really smaller than the size up.

The difference between the two is a taller...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 06:43 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 858
Posted By AnthonyG
Flip the stem up if its currently flipped down,...

Flip the stem up if its currently flipped down, yes. Try a new stem also. Try a stem with quite a bit of rise in it to bring the handlebars up, particularly if your having neck issues. Changing...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 06:16 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 858
Posted By AnthonyG
I don't put that much weight on Manufacturer...

I don't put that much weight on Manufacturer sizing charts.

I don't think that you need to change sizes either at this point. You rode both bikes so you can say better than most.

What are you...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 05:51 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 858
Posted By AnthonyG
Nominally, most people find larger frames more...

Nominally, most people find larger frames more comfortable to ride long distance while smaller frames are used these days by riders looking for better performance but honestly its up to how you feel....
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-03-16, 01:22 AM
Replies: 30
Views: 858
Posted By AnthonyG
There is a modern trend in fitting for small...

There is a modern trend in fitting for small frames with lots of seatpost showing and big drops from the seat to the handlebars. Older fitting standards would have had you on a larger frame with a...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-02-16, 12:58 AM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
Unfortunately this is another trick to make the...

Unfortunately this is another trick to make the top tube length shorter on paper as well as reducing the likelihood of pedal overlap. Unfortunately everyone uses the same tricks. There isn't a...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-01-16, 08:21 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
A 75 degree seat tube angle is BONKERS! Its got...

A 75 degree seat tube angle is BONKERS! Its got nothing to do with good fit. The 75 degree angle is there so that the manufacturer can list a shorter top tube length on a specification sheet. Its...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-01-16, 06:57 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
Assuming that you are in front of KOPS, then yes,...

Assuming that you are in front of KOPS, then yes, you should try a seatpost with more setback. I'm not a fan of current trends in frame geometry. 99% of small frames have steep seat tube angles of...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 08-01-16, 04:50 PM
Replies: 27
Views: 973
Posted By AnthonyG
The bike doesn't look too small to me either. ...

The bike doesn't look too small to me either. Yes, its on the smaller, more aggressive side but not TOO small. If you are in fact in front of KOPS then the first thing I would do before changing...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 07-18-16, 05:58 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 775
Posted By AnthonyG
The truth is what the truth is. Just because...

The truth is what the truth is.

Just because the industry is happily limiting the consumers choice over crank length and has no interest in offering more choice doesn't mean that I'm going to stop...
Forum: Foo 07-18-16, 02:26 AM
Replies: 23
Views: 435
Posted By AnthonyG
First step, insulate the ceiling, second step....

First step, insulate the ceiling, second step. insulate the walls, 3rd, window treatments, maybe an awning.

Anthony
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 07-17-16, 06:37 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 775
Posted By AnthonyG
Something that's rarely mentioned in discussions...

Something that's rarely mentioned in discussions of KOPS and equally important to the discussion is crank length. If you consider the same rider with different crank lengths then longer cranks will...
Forum: Bicycle Mechanics 07-15-16, 06:55 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 533
Posted By AnthonyG
If you go back far enough ALL shifters were...

If you go back far enough ALL shifters were simply friction shifter and its was up to the rider to "Index" them properly. When Index shifting was first introduced most professional riders were...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 07-07-16, 05:39 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 608
Posted By AnthonyG
Formula's such as this can be useful but this...

Formula's such as this can be useful but this formula is not taking into account tire size. Generally larger tires run lower pressures and smaller tires run higher pressures. What size tire is this...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 07-05-16, 10:58 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 608
Posted By AnthonyG
Theoretically the correct tire pressure is...

Theoretically the correct tire pressure is defined by tire deflection under load. Simply, the lighter the load the less PSI to achieve the desired deflection, the heavier the load the more PSI to...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 07-03-16, 06:50 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 832
Posted By AnthonyG
I'm a short guy with small hands. I grew up with...

I'm a short guy with small hands. I grew up with drop bars from about 13 years old so I'm used to them. I will say though that I DON'T brake from the hoods. I brake from the drops only unless its...
Forum: Training & Nutrition 07-02-16, 08:40 AM
Replies: 50
Views: 2,147
Posted By AnthonyG
My two bobs worth is that what your suffering...

My two bobs worth is that what your suffering from could well be Magnesium deficiency. That or another mineral deficiency/imbalance.

Your muscles need Magnesium to relax and calcium to contract. ...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 06-28-16, 09:50 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 833
Posted By AnthonyG
How much setback does your current seatpost have?...

How much setback does your current seatpost have?

25mm setback on a post is pretty standard. Zero offset posts are available and some seatposts come with35-40mm of offset. What's being measure...
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 06-24-16, 05:05 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 468
Posted By AnthonyG
The factors that effects steering response most...

The factors that effects steering response most are head tube angle and fork rake. If these measurements are different between the bikes then they will feel different. If the Cervelo has a slacker...
Forum: Foo 06-15-16, 07:37 PM
Replies: 45
Views: 915
Posted By AnthonyG
A simple, firmish innerspring mattress without...

A simple, firmish innerspring mattress without any fancy top is my preference. This kind of mattress breaths and doesn't let you sink into it. Your milage may vary.

Anthony
Forum: Australia - New Zealand 06-12-16, 05:35 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 411
Posted By AnthonyG
Hi, I'm an Australian so I cant help you much by...

Hi, I'm an Australian so I cant help you much by try sending a personal message to Gnome. He's a New Zealander. This forum is a bit quiet these days.

Anthony
Forum: Fitting Your Bike 06-03-16, 03:10 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 407
Posted By AnthonyG
I can't say for certain but my best guess is that...

I can't say for certain but my best guess is that its a cruiser BMX frame ((24" wheels) Large BMX) with a suspension fork added aftermarket.

Anthony
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