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  1. No paint...

    No paint...
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    Moving picture.... ...

    Moving picture....


    https://youtu.be/SqfE0p2lhc8

    https://tandemgeek.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/tandem2.jpg?w=500
  3. May 7, 2015 (39,533) Kind of a slow spring for...

    May 7, 2015 (39,533)

    Kind of a slow spring for tandem cycling and I've just not gotten into spending time on the stationary bike this year: GTR could break me!! Oh well, that what doesn't kill us...
  4. I ride a '98 Calfee Tetra Pro as my primary solo...

    I ride a '98 Calfee Tetra Pro as my primary solo bike; simply sublime is how I'd describe the ride. It has an Alpha Q fork and rolls on 32h Mavic Open Pros with Vredestein Fortezza 23's at 125 psi. ...
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    Rule #1...

    Rule #1 of used tandem sales: If the asking price for a tandem seems a bit too reasonable for the age, features, or condition be suspicious.

    Always get the seller on the phone and find out...
  6. The cost of the legal settlement will just get...

    The cost of the legal settlement will just get added into the price of bikes, along with costs for the new idiot-proof designs, buyer orientation training programs, mandatory bicycle shop employee...
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    Really sorry to hear of your possible financial...

    Really sorry to hear of your possible financial loss on a scam. Tandems do seem to be a draw for scammers and I'll be darned if I know why: perhaps we have a reputation for being just a bit too...
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    My bad; me and numbers. The Erickson had a 48mm...

    My bad; me and numbers. The Erickson had a 48mm AME Alpha Q X2. The Calfee was built after True Temper acquired AME and discontinued the 48mm Alpha Q X2, so the Calfee was built around the 374mm...
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    FWIW, my experience with Santana vs Erickson,...

    FWIW, my experience with Santana vs Erickson, Calfee and Co-Motion -- noting the Calfee & Co-Motion tandems have steering geometry more like the Erickson than Santana -- are nearly the opposite. ...
  10. Just received the new X-series saddle that I...

    Just received the new X-series saddle that I bought as part of the jump starter project; seemed like a good deal and will allow me to fit two new saddles to the Calfee and Triplet for Miss Debbie,...
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    Two things to consider: 1. The wheelbase isn't...

    Two things to consider:

    1. The wheelbase isn't really a consideration, but steering trail can be. Santana's have short trail which requires steering inputs to deal with the camber, more so than...
  12. March 28, 2015 (38,719) I can sum up this...

    March 28, 2015 (38,719)

    I can sum up this update in two words: NAHBS / STR 2015

    Yes, those are the highlights. Most of what I wrote about was our weekend trip up to the North American...
  13. NAHBS: Selle Anatomica Composite Saddle / A Stoker's Best Friend

    This is actually part of a larger NAHBS blog entry that I've been chipping away at for a few evenings here and there since the weekend that I decided to pull out and publish ahead of the other entry....
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    Each Alpha Q product was a bit different, both in...

    Each Alpha Q product was a bit different, both in design and dimensions, hence the GS10, GS20, GS30, etc... and came with their own maximum load rating, usually much lower than the X2's, e.g., 225...
  15. February 28, 2015 (38,003) We're definitely...

    February 28, 2015 (38,003)

    We're definitely missing those mild winters from about 10 years ago; cold & wet weekends have been the norm. Hence, it was another month where only one of the seven new...
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    We all have our biases; my preference for tandem...

    We all have our biases; my preference for tandem as well as bicycle frames that are made here in the US is hardly something I've been bashful about. Bear in mind, I've spent 30 years in the US...
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    FWIW, you can get a ready-to-ride Fandango Rio...

    FWIW, you can get a ready-to-ride Fandango Rio from MTB Tandems with a frame that's hand made by Ventana here in the USA with a White Bros suspension fork for about $400 less than the rigid Salsa...
  18. Thread: We got Fat

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    As brother Waynesulak so aptly said, NICE! ...

    As brother Waynesulak so aptly said, NICE!

    Well, let's see... Are all four accounted for or is one a duplicate?

    There's an Orange one in Alaska
    There's a Silver one in Colorado (not...
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    Pretty much unnecessary, but go for it. If the...

    Pretty much unnecessary, but go for it. If the rotor isn't rubbing on the fork or stay, then it's not too close. We've taken our rear rotor to brake fade many times and the stay is unblemished. No,...
  20. February 3, 2015 (37,258) It's definitely...

    February 3, 2015 (37,258)

    It's definitely Winter. Another month where there are only five entries, and the fifth one was actually a February entry. I didn't even bother to include a summary of...
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    As often as possible... usually once if not...

    As often as possible... usually once if not twice on weekends. Mostly from our front door step, but about 4-6 times a year with the local tandem club, 3 days back-to-back during 3-5 tandem rallies a...
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    May 8, 2013... We finally broke a spoke on our...

    May 8, 2013... We finally broke a spoke on our Topolinos: So that?s what a composite spoke sounds like when it breaks?. | The TandemGeek's Blog

    May 23, 2013... Topolino retirement: Tandem Tech &...
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    Wrong?? If it works for how you use it and...

    Wrong?? If it works for how you use it and you're not worried about bumping into the frame while it's balanced on the open clamp's jaw then you're good to go. However, I'm not sure how well I'd be...
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    Any assembled tandem made from any material...

    Any assembled tandem made from any material should be clamped using the stoker's seat post when placed into a workstand. Unless you're working on the headset or have a reason to remove the front...
  25. December 30, 2014 (36,384) It must be Winter! ...

    December 30, 2014 (36,384)

    It must be Winter! Just five entries over the past 30 day, one of which is a year-in-review, another is a cross-posting summary from my other blog and another is a...
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