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    Bauge is like 6'1" and Sireau maybe 6'3". But,...

    Bauge is like 6'1" and Sireau maybe 6'3".

    But, yeah, they probably get custom frames.
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    Nobody knows. Yes, they should make larger...

    Nobody knows.

    Yes, they should make larger frames and no one knows why they don't.
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    Yeah, I've seen people wrench down on them with...

    Yeah, I've seen people wrench down on them with gorilla strength. That stretches the spindle hole (or whatever the proper term is).
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    35.

    35.
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    2009.

    2009.
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    WhatsYoCadence, I don't doubt that you are...

    WhatsYoCadence, I don't doubt that you are feeling a difference. But I think it may be something else in the system.

    Maybe the crank arms are stretched out where they mate with the bottom bracket...
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    But, alas, it is not new to me :D I know what...

    But, alas, it is not new to me :D

    I know what you are doing.
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    Dude, chill. Repeatedly bumping your thread...

    Dude, chill.

    Repeatedly bumping your thread for more info is frowned-upon in any forum.

    Everyone who is going to see this thread has already seen it.

    If your topic is worthy of comment, then...
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    Sticky: I used the Tufo Tubular Clinchers this year on my...

    I used the Tufo Tubular Clinchers this year on my clincher training and race wheels (when I actually made it to the track...rare this year) and they were great. The only clincher that I could pump...
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    No, not really. The Izumi V Supertoughness chain...

    No, not really. The Izumi V Supertoughness chain is OK. It has a screw pin which, speaking honestly, is a pain in the butt to use when you have to disassemble the chain. C-clip master links are...
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    Nice! NJS chains are nice, but not...

    Nice!



    NJS chains are nice, but not necessary. I've found that the cheapest of chains (around 10 bucks) are crap. The $20 and up chains are all sufficient. Like the KMC K710 or K710SL. For...
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    Ya. Pretty much. It's a *very* slippery slope.

    Ya. Pretty much.

    It's a *very* slippery slope.
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    Yeah, that wheel is amazing. I've always lusted...

    Yeah, that wheel is amazing. I've always lusted for a set of the Campy Track Shamals:

    http://goodthingsinternational.com/parts/cannondale_track.jpg

    Gippieme version:
    ...
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    Ha!

    Ha!
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    I've always said that, "Your legs don't know if...

    I've always said that, "Your legs don't know if you are on a track or on a trainer." Take advantage of that fact.

    Only your mind knows. You should be able to handle that. "No man is free who is...
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    Maybe I'm the odd man out. I'm OK with training...

    Maybe I'm the odd man out. I'm OK with training on a trainer.



    Yes.

    Think about it. In order to ride the track (even here in Atlanta) I have to:

    - Get dressed in cycling kit
    - Pack up...
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    The bike trainer is no different than a gym. You...

    The bike trainer is no different than a gym. You can make it what you want. It's an effective training tool.

    Staring at a wall is no fun. I will do longer rides on it and watch movies on...
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    This is probably just as much about...

    This is probably just as much about cardiovascular fitness as it is about cycling. The nuance of the points and elimination races come with learning how to conserve energy in a war of...
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    Or...hear me out...or you can buy a home trainer...

    Or...hear me out...or you can buy a home trainer for all-out efforts :D

    Save the trail/park riding for fat burning or recovery rides.
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    Please be careful. Riding your bike as fast as...

    Please be careful.

    Riding your bike as fast as you can in a public area like a park can have bad endings. All it takes is a group of people walking 4-across, a group of kids, or a pet on a leash...
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    We mention a lot of great bikes that are easy to...

    We mention a lot of great bikes that are easy to get in this thread: http://www.bikeforums.net/track-cycling-velodrome-racing-training-area/878988-track-racing-frames-complete-bikes.html

    Having an...
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    It depends. You know as well as I do that this...

    It depends.

    You know as well as I do that this is not a "small" track question :D

    It also depends on if you want a real answer to use as input for your decision or if you just want us to...
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    I honestly don't know.

    I honestly don't know.
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    https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1392/5163249110_0002...

    https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1392/5163249110_00028c94df_b.jpg
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    Yeah, I think you are right. Yeah...that's...

    Yeah, I think you are right.



    Yeah...that's the annoying part.

    I don't rule anything. I'm just a user that has been promoted to moderator in order to keep the boards clean of spam and...
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