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  1. deja vu... ...

    deja vu...

    http://www.bikeforums.net/recreational-cyclocross-gravelbiking/1027235-handlebar-suspension.html
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    Poll: I have a pair of Clement LGG's (tanwall, 25mm) on...

    I have a pair of Clement LGG's (tanwall, 25mm) on my road bike. Already a fan of Clement's cross tires, I figured I'd give the road variety a shot. So far so good with about 1000-1500 miles of use....
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    i heart coffee

    i heart coffee
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    The Nano's are 40's. For me and the majority of...

    The Nano's are 40's. For me and the majority of my riding, these work great.



    There are eyelets at both dropouts for fenders. The seatstays also have eyelets for a rack too. The fork crown...
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    The biggest tire I've squeezed in mine are the...

    The biggest tire I've squeezed in mine are the WTB Nano's. The front might take something larger, but the rear isn't giving up much more. The chainstays are definitely the limiting factor, and with...
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    Lighter tires will spin up and accelerate...

    Lighter tires will spin up and accelerate quicker. Since you're putting the power down at the rear wheel, that's where you'd want the lighter one in this case.
  7. i think that was an April Fool's article at CX...

    i think that was an April Fool's article at CX Magazine...
  8. I'll definitely post something when it's all...

    I'll definitely post something when it's all done. I love ride reports, especially for the local stuff. Fresh info is always good, so happy to contribute my piece.

    For now though, it's list...
  9. Thanks for all the info and tips. I spent some...

    Thanks for all the info and tips. I spent some time looking over your other posts and pictures. I also saw the comments in the Oregon Bikepacking Forum. I think that's been the most useful...
  10. Were you ever able to find a map? Would also...

    Were you ever able to find a map? Would also love to hear how the ride went.
  11. I had a pair of XG's and they only measured 29mm...

    I had a pair of XG's and they only measured 29mm across, so yeah, not very wide.

    Right now I'm using WTB Nano's for dry races and Clement PDX's for the wet ones. Both sets work well for their...
  12. Just making an educated guess... If you like...

    Just making an educated guess...

    If you like the way the CAAD10 fits and want to mimic that fit with a CX bike, go for it. It's your bike, ride it the way you want to.

    I don't think it's...
  13. If you have one of those tall Cannondale bearing...

    If you have one of those tall Cannondale bearing covers and/or spacers under your stem on the CAAD10, I bet the 53cm BSB would fit very similarly. Most people would probably want to put you on the...
  14. For essentially the same price, the V85 is a...

    For essentially the same price, the V85 is a better spec'ed bike. It's newer 11 speed 105 vs. 10 speed 105 on the Tricross (the Ultegra rear derailleur isn't going to do much for you). Nothing...
  15. Agreed. I kind of want to test ride one though...

    Agreed. I kind of want to test ride one though...
  16. that price is entry level aluminum... ...

    that price is entry level aluminum...

    Cannondale Slate gravel bike prices and specs revealed (video) - Cycling Weekly
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    +1

    +1
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    ooof. that's a tough one. i guess when you're...

    ooof. that's a tough one. i guess when you're 5'8" those sorts of things rarely cross your mind.

    all things being equal, just pick the one that looks the best to you. i honestly don't think...
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    test rides dude. i'd be wanting to form my own...

    test rides dude. i'd be wanting to form my own opinions on bikes at this price point regardless of what the interwebz says.

    better get on it soon too. cross season is right around the corner. ...
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    go find a park/field/whatever and start taking...

    go find a park/field/whatever and start taking some hard, fast turns in the grass. you'll start to get an idea of how the bike will play on a cross course.
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    Poll: I commute between Northeast and the Pearl more or...

    I commute between Northeast and the Pearl more or less daily, and try to avoid using the Williams/Vancouver corridor for these reasons.

    As to your original post, I don't do it personally and...
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    how are you using this bike? the clutch might be...

    how are you using this bike? the clutch might be overkill...
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    The rims are great! I noticed a huge difference...

    The rims are great! I noticed a huge difference in ride quality from the previous wheelset (some cheap Alex's) right off the bat. They track well, are stiff, and take some abuse. They started life...
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    I got a pair of H+Son Archetypes laced to 105...

    I got a pair of H+Son Archetypes laced to 105 hubs from them last fall. The rear wheel was way out of true, but a quick trip to the LBS had everything looking good. I had them take a look at the...
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    how are the bars? on paper they look amazing. ...

    how are the bars? on paper they look amazing.

    edit: awesome photo too :thumb:
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