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It's a road racer so take it out and stomp on it!
Congrats on a fine bike.
Same here. The difference is noticeable, especially under acceleration and hillclimbs.
Must have been something strange with the phone lense.
You just never know. :)
Sad news. His contributions to bicycling have been internationally appreciated.
Certainly. There is no reason not to. I have first generation Cyclone on an '80 Centurion.
Camo duct tape.
I'm saddened to hear of this.
My pleasure, thank you....
I get a visual of this right away. :)
Just an aside, y'all are describing my '88 Cannondale Criterium series. The 74.25deg headtube, 38.25" wheelbase and 10.75" BB on a 54cm frame. Twitchy? This...
You must be a real beast on the hills over there. I need a 14-28 for my area. Dang, I swapped the FW on my Trek 760 because I didnt like it and needed that 28t.
My fast bike has a 12-28 cassette....
Lots of hillclimbs. Then learn to ride aero.
If he's riding an an old Varsity with bars flipped up and a square package under his arm......I'm going the other way.
Thanx for the info. I knew this crap had a name. Anyways, only a bit of a cough remains. Sunny and 12F here on the 45th.
I would have given him the cash so fast he would wonder if he should have asked for more. Nice bike. Seriously.
You are definately the hippest. "Suicide fixie"? I thought that was redundant.
Mine isnt white but it's still in the original pkg. :) :)
Wow, is that like a 2 meter wheelbase??
For me, there is the increase in metabolism that makes it easier to burn calories and the warmer weather to keep me busy rather than sedentary lifestyle. And the warmer weather. :)
"The Wait" is evil but can be fun to recall, later on.
You could also categorize within a certain decade or era. In each era you have the racers (crit, road etc), touring bikes and general purpose. I dont mean to exclude mtb's or others.
Anyone have a 4sp freewheel laying around?
Thank you, kindly.
Dreaming about that next ride...