19.5 pounds with pedals.
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19.5 pounds with pedals.
Here's the most current setup - I swapped tires to Clement X'Plor USH 35mm.
I built it up for The Crusher in the Tushar which is a 70 mile race on dirt and asphalt with 11,000 ft elevation gain. 11-32 cassette comes in handy.
On One Dirty Disco Frame 54cm
Avid BB7 Road...
My build using an On One Dirty Disco Frame.
Also found this Salsa Vaya 2 in my local classifieds in my size - looks new.
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Thoughts on this bike? I like the chrome look.
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Yes, this is what I want to do - I'd prefer to keep my cross bike race ready.
It's a pretty big laptop provided by work - HP something or other.
Hello fellow commuters. I used to commute on this bike when I was 4 miles from work.
It is an On One...
Dang didn't see that...use the trainer to avoid the smog?
Get a trainer and trainerroad for the winter and buy carbon wheels next year for the season.
What's your favorite cream for protecting the goods? I've had good results with Udderly Smooth Udder Cream and DZ Nutz. The Udder cream is cheap and works well for me on rides <50 miles. I use the DZ...
Thanks for the help - I was asking because Trek told me 130mm, and I wanted to make sure I got the right answer. Could have done without your little jab about google searches and reading.
So when my wife wants to ride outside, all I have to do is swap wheels for her. The trainer tires are a beast to take off and put back on again.
Seems a little excessive for my wife's needs. I already have a kurt kinetic trainer that she will be using.
Has anyone put a spare wheel on for the trainer? I am looking to get a trainer wheel setup for my wife's bike. I have looked everywhere and I can't find the spacing size of the rear hub - 130mm or...
I asked the folks at trek and they said the rear wheel spacing is 130mm.
I bought my wife a Trek 7.2FX hybrid bike. I am trying to set her up for the Fall/Winter with a separate wheel for the trainer. Will an 8-speed cassette work on a Shimano wheel that is...
Anyone ever experience lower back tightening when putting in hard efforts on the bike? It has been happening to me lately. I have a history of disc issues in my lower back - and have poor...
Thanks for the advice! I have decided to take the job. I just can't risk being unemployed in the next 6 months. I will buy a beater Honda Civic and suck it up and make the commute. A house in the...
The new location would be Salt Lake City - excellent riding and huge climbs anytime I wanted. I lived there for 4 years as a college student and loved it. The market is good - My house would probably...
Ok guys/gals - I need some input from a cyclist's perspective on a job change. I currently work for a financially unstable place that could go out of business by the end of the year. The schedule is...
Got in 100 miles this week. Got 30 in yesterday and another 25 in today. Pretty sad that I am sore, but that's what I get for slacking the last month. Nice ride to Utah Lake and back was my favorite...
Nice day for a ride yesterday.
Thanks for the help guys. I think I do need to work on my short term power numbers. I have always been terrible at the shorter efforts. Losing weight will obviously help too - I've never been able to...