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    I use a Kinetic Road Machine along with the...

    I use a Kinetic Road Machine along with the Inride powermeter. I also use Trainerroad and run it with Sufferfest videos. No complaints from me.
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    Trainerroad along with Sufferfest videos. Makes...

    Trainerroad along with Sufferfest videos. Makes an hour go by pretty quick.
    Power Based Indoor Cycling Training Software - TrainerRoad...
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    From last weekend in Niagara Ontario......

    From last weekend in Niagara Ontario...
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  4. There are plenty of campgrounds and state parks...

    There are plenty of campgrounds and state parks that offer tent camping. I prefer the credit card route myself and stay in the cheapest motels I can find. There are still many cool old school Florida...
  5. Lots of bad information concerning riding in the...

    Lots of bad information concerning riding in the Keys. I have ridden the length of the Keys countless times in the past few years and have found it very enjoyable every time. At this point there are...
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    I can help answer a few of your questions..... ...

    I can help answer a few of your questions.....

    3. You are saving much weight when all is said and done but you are gaining tremendous ride quality due to the lower PSI and your also doing away...
  7. Thats not a bad option at all. I am a little...

    Thats not a bad option at all. I am a little worried about the extra setback but that still may be the best option. Thanks
  8. This isn't new technology. I am really surprised...

    This isn't new technology. I am really surprised by the lack of information and products....
  9. Thats what I was afraid of but the "fix" sounds...

    Thats what I was afraid of but the "fix" sounds easy enough. I am also looking at the 1up racks which have an adapter that allows there expander ball to work with a 2.5" hitch but it is a bit...
  10. Hitch racks and class V 2.5" receiver question

    My 2014 Ram 3500 has a Class V 2.5" receiver hitch and I also have a reducer sleeve that adapts it down to a more normal 2". Problem is I am concerned as to whether or not the threaded bolt that...
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    If it were me I would contact Specialized...

    If it were me I would contact Specialized directly and have your serial number ready.
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    Some friends and me at Anne's Beach mid trip on...

    Some friends and me at Anne's Beach mid trip on the way to Key West..

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  13. Rain bikes make sense people. I do not want...

    Rain bikes make sense people. I do not want fenders on my "roadbike" but I do not want to get soaking wet from tire spray either. My Surley is full fendered and is my rain/touring bike. It just makes...
  14. For what it is worth I am using a FC9000 11speed...

    For what it is worth I am using a FC9000 11speed crank on a otherwise 10speed 6700 system including the 10sp chain with 0 issues. Common sense would tell me that if my setup works then a 10sp crank...
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    As for the wheels its the only set i have that...

    As for the wheels its the only set i have that are not being used on another bike besides my HED Jet 6's which would be even more out of place. I have a set of 105 hubs that I need to build into a...
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    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c342/garysol1/IM...

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    My newly rebuilt Cross Check.
    Ultegra 6700 compact group
    Ksyrium ES Wheelset
    Terry Fly saddle
    Specialized carbon...
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    As a previous owner of a Serotta carbon bike I...

    As a previous owner of a Serotta carbon bike I feel like I am in a position to say meh.
    The bike was ok and did nothing wrong but with that said I expect a bike
    that cost as much as it did to...
  18. FC-9000 Crank with 6700 group. What chain?

    My Roubaix is equipped with the Shimano 6700 Di2 10 speed group now but I have a FC-9000 compact 11 speed crank on the way and I am questioning whether to use the 10 speed chain or if I need to...
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    just throwing it out there....

    just throwing it out there....
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    I have had a alum stem/carbon bar interface...

    I have had a alum stem/carbon bar interface creak. Put a little carbon paste on there and all is good.
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    Yes please......explain. All Shimano outboard...

    Yes please......explain. All Shimano outboard BB's are created usual and are sturdy enough for 99% of the TdF field.
  22. Thread: 23mm vs. 25mm

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    A accurate gauge is a necessity not an option if...

    A accurate gauge is a necessity not an option if you want good ride quality and long life out of your tires. Who knows if your running 80psi or 120psi?
  23. Thread: 23mm vs. 25mm

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    The Sequoia is a comfort road bike. With that and...

    The Sequoia is a comfort road bike. With that and your body weight in the equation I think a 25c is a no brainer. Che k out the Michelin Pro4 Endurance for a fast tire with good wear characteristics.
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    6770 Ultegra. My only "complaint" or criticism...

    6770 Ultegra. My only "complaint" or criticism would be that I wish there was not the dead space between when you first start pushing in on the button until it actually hits the switch. I wish it...
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    I never stated that road pedals were more...

    I never stated that road pedals were more comfortable than SPD. All I said was that if your feet dont hurt you will perform better. Road vs SPD pedals are a personal call. I WILL say though that as a...
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