So is the problem fixed?
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So is the problem fixed?
BIG +1 from me.
I know exactly what you're talking about. All you need to do is remove cable from the "cradle", and using pliers, close up the opening to the same width as your rear brake set up. Re-insert cable and...
But, all this said, just ride somehow. its the best thing I do for my sanity, and my health.
Exactly right, and I am totally in agreement. Ride with whatever makes you comfortable, and be...
I also do not have a noseless saddle, and had been riding on a saddle without a cutout. In April, as part of my annual physical exam, my PSA level was 4.7, more than double what it had been for...
Nice bike - enjoy it safely and in good health!
Like many of the previous respondents, I rely primarily on Strava, the free version on my IPhone, although I simultaneously run Cyclemeter and MapMyRide as well. My main interest is miles ridden and...
For flat pedals with "grip pins", the best shoes, IMHO, are those by Five Ten. I ride Freeriders, and they have almost uncanny grip, and are fairly stiff. Also, because of the generally...
Big +1 from me!
I got rid of the stock saddle on my 7.4FX within 2 or 3 weeks, as for me at the time, it was like riding on a brick -just awful. Last year I got rid of my Bontrager CRZ saddle, and after trying a...
Yes, exactly, as I wanted to know (don't really know why!) its weight without add-ons.
After almost getting creamed by a full-sized SUV this past December (totally my fault by the way), and very badly re-injuring my right hamstring, I decided, with much prodding by my family, that I...
Good morning! I have a 2012 7.4FX, with a 17.5" frame. I too noticed how light it felt, so I weighed it by first weighing the bike plus me, ad then weighing just myself. I did that twice to be sure,...
A BIG+1 from me!
I've done similar things and also ended up at LBS!
He laughed and threatened to take away my tools.
While I am by nature a tinkerer, for most things I'm happy to my LBS take care of them....
Yes, I agree wholeheartedly.
BIG +1 from me!
+1. I also recommend the following equation:
Weight gain or loss = calories out - calories in. And keep in mind that 3500 calories burns 1 pound.
So, do not starve yourself, so as Biker states...
I can tell you that while I am fortunate that I can turn my upper body enough to see what's coming up on either rear side, it is not always expedient to do so. As such I've kind of learned to use my...
I went from a too cushy seat on my Trek 7.4FX hybrid, to a harder, cut out seat and did not like it. I ended up with a Selle Royal Lookin Athletic saddle. This is really a high quality...
While I might have thought that my reaction times per se' seem to be just fine, I have noticed a couple of times where I simply froze, and as a result crashed. In 3 separate instances,...
Very interesting! Within the past 3 months I replaced the rear tire, and very recently the front tire, on my Trek 7.4FX with the Continental Contact tires. These were highly recommended by my LBS,...