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  1. Thread: TEC Hubs

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    TEC Hubs

    Has anyone ever heard of and/or have experience with TEC Hubs? I cannot find anything specifically on the Ole Internets. My main questions are durability and the compatibility with campy 10 speed...
  2. Thank you, guys. I won't be pulling the guts out...

    Thank you, guys. I won't be pulling the guts out as I plan to convert it all over to new Veloce. Nice to know that I can do it in stages though as the pocket book sees fit.
  3. Using Campy Veloce Shift levers as brake levers only

    Was wondering if I could use 2012 Campy Veloce (or maybe Athena) shift levers only for the braking aspect and not attach a shift cable? I have a old steel Bianchi that I want to upgrade the braking...
  4. Just wanted to let everyone know about one of the...

    Just wanted to let everyone know about one of the new embro producers on the block - Buckler Embrocation. Been testing out some of their products over the past few months and am really impressed. So...
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    With cream-style embro, like Motivation, the...

    With cream-style embro, like Motivation, the embro will work fully into the skin and will rarely leave any residue on your leg warmers. With butter-style embro (Mad Alchemy, Buckler, Etc, etc/) your...
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    PSIMET Psi-clocross tubulars just rolled in... aw...

    PSIMET Psi-clocross tubulars just rolled in... aw yea.

    Fango on the front, Grifo rear.

    285501
  8. Many, many, many bikeforums members rolls...

    Many, many, many bikeforums members rolls PSIMETs. Me included. From a value to performance standpoint, Rob absolutely kills it and makes a wheel that is designed for YOU. never off the shelf. For...
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    Yup, this happens often to those coming from a...

    Yup, this happens often to those coming from a cycling background. Running simply works things in different ways than on a bike. I for instance am very prone to develop sciatica when i start to ramp...
  10. Love that Sienna course. the first drop off is...

    Love that Sienna course. the first drop off is always a crowd pleaser.
  11. Thread: Wind Burn

    by 2005trek1200
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    I use SPORTIQUE Elements Cream on my face in the...

    I use SPORTIQUE Elements Cream on my face in the winter to protect against wind burn. It works really really well and also acts as a moisturizer. Has a good bit of SPF protection as well (~15-20).
  12. interesting comment there about still being able...

    interesting comment there about still being able to put power down when missing a clip-in. that's been my one argument for not getting egg-beaters... hmm/
  13. Agreed, would like to try as well. Looks like it...

    Agreed, would like to try as well. Looks like it would really shed the crap out of mud, but price and weight are a concern.
  14. What kind of Pedals are everyone using?

    Building a new cross bike and thinking about pedals.

    Narrowed down to Shimano XTRs and Candy 3s, wondering what everyone else is running here...

    I have m540s on mine now and even slightly...
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    If you are looking for a race set... PSIMET 38W...

    If you are looking for a race set... PSIMET 38W Tubulars come in a disc hub (add $50 i believe). White industries t11 hub, bomber carbon rim (only true 38mm width wheel on the market), and angular...
  16. If you want to stick with steel. take a look at a...

    If you want to stick with steel. take a look at a SOMA Double Cross. More traditional geometry that the cross check
  17. Yea, I've been reviewing DZnuts recently and...

    Yea, I've been reviewing DZnuts recently and agree it kicks in quickly, though it also absorbs quickly which makes pre-ride massage a challenge. Mad Alchemy is good stuff, for sure; which one were...
  18. If you don't want to shave, you should consider...

    If you don't want to shave, you should consider embro oils. Mad Alchemy's Preride warming oil is some good stuff and doesn't get clogged in hair.
  19. What Kind of Embro is Everyone Using?

    With cross season in full swing now, would like to hear which kind of embrocation everyone is using/prefers and why?
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    When you get done wrapping your bars after...

    When you get done wrapping your bars after repeated first-timer attempts, go find yourself a new LBS.
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    Whoops, you are right there. Didnt see he was...

    Whoops, you are right there. Didnt see he was running clinchers. It's CX peoples, get some tubulars.
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    For roadies, presumably with clipless pedals,...

    For roadies, presumably with clipless pedals, this is fairly easy. Start small and try to pop your front wheel over a crack in the road. do this just by lifting up slighly as you go over it. Then you...
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    Sandy corner or not, you are running way to much...

    Sandy corner or not, you are running way to much psi. Get em down to at least 28 and see how those feel.
  24. ^This. Clogs pour, can lead to infection, clogs...

    ^This. Clogs pour, can lead to infection, clogs your chamois (not water soluble) which can break down foam cells.

    With so many great, clean, and natural chamois creams on the market, why would...
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    Pretty hardcore, but not uncommon. We get a fair...

    Pretty hardcore, but not uncommon. We get a fair bit of that in Colorado too, especially at States.
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