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  1. www.cyclingnews.com news and analysis...

    www.cyclingnews.com news and analysis
  2. Tiemeyer Cycles, Inc. :: Custom Bicycle Frame...

    Tiemeyer Cycles, Inc. :: Custom Bicycle Frame Builder

    You can plug in your numbers and it will give you a pretty good geometry. Your measurements work out to roughly a 55-55.5cm TT. It will also...
  3. Bring your shoes and pedals

    Bring your shoes and pedals
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    I have, but I did it not on 'cross tires, but on...

    I have, but I did it not on 'cross tires, but on road tires that I studded with small screws! :thumb:
  5. Don't order based on your height! You already...

    Don't order based on your height! You already mentioned/learned that Reach is the most important aspect in determining frame size, but you go against that information when you order based on height....
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    Two things were done wrong here. The drivetrain...

    Two things were done wrong here. The drivetrain wasn't installed properly, and you were skidding. Learn how to properly service your bike and get at least a front brake.
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    Bet it sounds even better on a wooden 'drome! ...

    Bet it sounds even better on a wooden 'drome! Like a freight train on a wooden rollercoaster.
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    For the most part, yes. You don't need to feel...

    For the most part, yes. You don't need to feel the burn one you've started the cycle. You just need to get close. Think minimum effective dose.



    5 minutes is good. A 10 second easy sprint...
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    You feel better on these efforts because your...

    You feel better on these efforts because your body is in the cycle of clearing lactate as you produce it. You may feel that these hard efforts deplete you, but if you are doing an event like a TT...
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    + 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000. I don't understand why more people don't practice/experiment with a proper warm up routine. A good warm...
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    I'm no expert on warming up for endurance events,...

    I'm no expert on warming up for endurance events, but the longer the event, the shorter the warm up and the opposite is true for shorter events. An event this short will require a warm-up that...
  12. You can't flip the BB as the cups are threaded...

    You can't flip the BB as the cups are threaded differently (lefthand/righthand). Flipping the spindle won't work unless it's asymmetrical, which it usually isn't (it's rare if it is, this is usually...
  13. 42mm chainline? Seems right. 40.5-42 is normal. ...

    42mm chainline? Seems right. 40.5-42 is normal. Also, you can line up the crank with the seat tube. Measure center of crank to edge of seat tube. Repeat on other side. If your BB is adjustable,...
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    Not to take away the convo from Baby Puke, but...

    Not to take away the convo from Baby Puke, but some of his sprint attributes and some of the things Carlton mentioned pertain to things that used to puzzle me about myself and maybe you guys might...
  15. most likely

    most likely
  16. Depends on which BB. This might help - Park Tool...

    Depends on which BB. This might help - Park Tool Co. ParkTool Blog Bottom Bracket Tool Selection
  17. In this video, Botticher has the better track...

    In this video, Botticher has the better track stand positioning and form. Forstemann is pointing up track and is loading his "go" leg. You want to load your back leg and not your front leg. You'll...
  18. But going back to real trackstanding business, I...

    But going back to real trackstanding business, I think that the ability is underrated. It seldom gets used, but it's a good tool to have. I've benefitted from the ability numerous times. Without a...
  19. The first chance I get to come to SoCal, I will...

    The first chance I get to come to SoCal, I will avail myself to the services of a certain Homeric establishment on a Friday night. The next day, I will make my way down to the track, pin my ass on...
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    You can find a lot of Frank's work on flickr, his...

    You can find a lot of Frank's work on flickr, his blog, and facebook. His abilities as a craftsman truly transcend the art of framebuilding. He machines his own dies to form and shape tubes,...
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    I emailed Frank. Hopefully he replies back here...

    I emailed Frank. Hopefully he replies back here with some info. It's been a long time since I have been this excited about someone making a bike.
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    Did some digging and found the specs: ...

    Did some digging and found the specs:

    http://www.bikeforums.net/track-cycling-velodrome-racing-training-area/915134-reaching-out-help.html

    Y'all have seen these before, just a while back.
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    That would be awesome if you could do that. I...

    That would be awesome if you could do that. I was set on a Tiemeyer (custom) but he stopped taking orders a long time ago. So disappointed, but Dave has more than earned his retirement. This to me...
  24. This has everything to do with how they've set up...

    This has everything to do with how they've set up their business. They're just a drop shipper that uses DMS drop shipping service. So when they say they're waiting on a shipment to come in, or that...
  25. I would be weary of ordering from...

    I would be weary of ordering from velodromeshop.net. Have heard many horror stories about parts ordered not arriving, small items from same order being shipped separately and being charged twice for...
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