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I had the same issue with 6600/7800 ones. Must be a Shimano feature to make sure you change cables before they break all the way :)
Yeah, part of the fun of owning them was keeping them on the road, but as I've gotten older I like spending my time on other things...
so going to put this back on the road soon. :bang:
I got rid of my Volvo 240 wagon with 250k, not because it was worn out, but because I was tired of it and it and the random failures of various things.
I miss it now. Only two cars I've owned that...
Did a ride called burn your buns today... they had hot dogs.
One of the greatest inventions of our time.
...and a halo bike floats a few feet above water.
I had these tires for a short while. I loved how they rode, but they had a tendency to blow off the rim and have sidewall blow outs.
The issue was not because they had tubes, it was because they...
"John Wick"... fun flick with a good message... kill a puppy and you are all gonna die.
Have they ever made sense?
Possibly, but I was referring to the dork disk being split open.
I have trouble visualizing how the chain coming off the high side of the cassette could do that.
Six weeks since smashing a helmet, breaking a bike, concussing myself and lacerating a kidney... just starting to feel a little like myself again on the bike.
The journey is the thing.
Mrs. Herbie has a QR. She likes it.
I saw that result on FB. I know that guy from when he lived on the other coast.
Nice work doing something to impress him.
We had an air leak in the Wauquiez. That thing drove me nuts for months, bringing 30,000lbs into the slip without an auxiliary is exciting... not really good exciting, just exciting.
It looks more like malt liqueur with those chrome wheels.
I do get all the whinging about Garmin. I have a 500 and an 810. Both work well and I have not had issues pairing with multiple power meters and HR straps.
My only beef has been the mounting tabs...
The convenience of not running shifter cables or wires is attractive.
How about wireless brakes.?. :eek:
Yeah, I did the Saturday BB ride and thought, hey my fitness is coming along nicely.. so I did the Sunday hammer ride and found out exactly where I stand. The Sunday ride is good for me at the moment...
Definitely warm enough.
Struggling a bit to find good routes that don't involve tons of traffic, but I think mostly that is me not knowing the roads. Working my way back from the trauma and did my...
Team mate has the new 11 speed Di2. It has failed 4 or 5 times. Bad connector at the battery, bad firmware, bad RD and a bad left shifter. On the plus side, everything was warranty and it prevented...
I have not seen a hospital bill for my latest yet and hope I won't.
It did cost me a Guru crash replacement though. That sucked, but Guru lets you keep the broken one, which is awesome, since it's...