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    Poll: :speedy:

    :speedy:
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    Poll: 16.5 but I cheated-Wabi scandium Lightning made...

    16.5 but I cheated-Wabi scandium Lightning made for the vertically challenged with 650c wheels. That's with pedals and two cages. I was surprised that my Lynskey Helix XS frame is only .8lb heavier...
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    Thanks TS-all good points.

    Thanks TS-all good points.
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    thanks. might as well start unloading some stuff...

    thanks. might as well start unloading some stuff I don't need
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    Timing of Ebay Sales?

    I want to sell off some bike stuff I don't need. I have waited until March in the past under the theory biking season is beginning in most parts of the country and the market may be better for the...
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    Howeeee congratulations. Keep at it. I find...

    Howeeee congratulations. Keep at it. I find riding fixed a lot of fun if the climbs are not serious and the wind is 15 mph or less. I live in roller country and climbing isn't an issue.

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    I have a SA on one of my three bikes I may pick...

    I have a SA on one of my three bikes I may pick up another one on sale which last through December. I doubt you will notice the weight but it is picky as to setup and the nose has to be elevated. ...
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    I replaced the Tektro levers with SRAM 500 (900...

    I replaced the Tektro levers with SRAM 500 (900 is overkill IMO). They work great with the Tektro calipers which I think is a Shimano knockoff. The 500/900 levers are great if you have small hands...
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    If you are 200+ go with the NSX. I think you may...

    If you are 200+ go with the NSX. I think you may have sagging issues with the X-at least the saddle may:D
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    I wanted the cut out not for pressure relief but...

    I wanted the cut out not for pressure relief but to allow the sit bones and saddle to move independently.
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    I have three bikes and a SA on one of them. I've...

    I have three bikes and a SA on one of them. I've tried several Brooks and my sit bones broke in before the saddle did. I weigh 140 and have the SA Trueleather X. I'm use to hard racing saddles and...
  12. Thread: 48T or 46T?

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    a rear cog is a lot cheaper than a new chainring....

    a rear cog is a lot cheaper than a new chainring. I would buy a descent 18T and 19T. This would give you 68", 72" and your current 76". Change cogs for appropriate terrain and wind. I can run 5...
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    76" v 73" I agree with JohnD. For a significant...

    76" v 73" I agree with JohnD. For a significant difference in climbing crazy steep hills or just a lot of climbing I think you would go with an easier cog. I'm not saying you need one but you would...
  14. Poll: conti gantorskins have held up really well on the...

    conti gantorskins have held up really well on the trainer. I often take the bike off the trainer and ride on the road without having to change tires or wheels. Also I save used tires for trainer...
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    Sticky: my first group ride in eight weeks. 50 miles,...

    my first group ride in eight weeks. 50 miles, 1850' of elevation 19 mph, running single pace line. lots of rollers and short climbs but nothing long or hard.
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    as do I

    as do I
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    lol-+1

    lol-+1
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    In an hour I leave for two weeks in Alaska :D

    In an hour I leave for two weeks in Alaska :D
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    :deadhorse:

    :deadhorse:
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    Great job. I can't imagine going such distance...

    Great job. I can't imagine going such distance and climbing fixed!
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    today I retire from lawyering after 41 years. ...

    today I retire from lawyering after 41 years. with the extra time I'm sure to make a
    TdF team next year.
  23. Thread: Cleated Shoe

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    Ouch!

    Ouch!
  24. Thread: Cleated Shoe

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    bike riding sandals for SPD cleats. Guy on our...

    bike riding sandals for SPD cleats. Guy on our Saturday morning ride uses these. Not as stiff as my CF sole road shoes but a lot cooler in Texas heat.
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    My Wabi and two road bikes have SpeedPlay ...

    My Wabi and two road bikes have SpeedPlay pedals. DMT shoes with SP Zero cleats. Prior to the DMT I wore Sidi for 20 years with Look cleats or SP. I have a "European" foot, not an "American" foot...
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