Type: Posts; User: motrheadsroadie; Keyword(s):
"save some weight"
i only ride bikes made from 1020 rebar steel because jet fuel cant melt them.
"poor workmanship" and "crappy quality control" for a $300 complete bike. huh.
bars/stem/seatpost should all be from the same manufacturer and also the same color.
that is totally noticeable.
a "track bike" with a bunch of erroneous garbage from your neighbor the triatheletes garage sale spare parts bin =/= class. quit playing.
outboard bbs work like threadless headsets. youll have issues if the pinchbolts are tightened before the preload cap.
i hit it two times
ssd - how much art can you take?
is that a coaster brake? you should prolly post this in the townie thread.
life is too short to ride turd emoji bikes
if money isnt an issue then why is $50 such a deciding factor? both of these bikes are garbage btw.
my psn is motorhed3 and i really only play gta5.
on los padres national forest rte 5n13
according to my garmin this spot is the border between santa barbara and ventura county.
it looks like it needs a shorter stem so that saddle can move back some.
i mean, i used to pedal a garbage bike around too. so whatever.
like, you cant hit the random bike button on pedalroom or velospace and not be grossed out.
for every "nice bike" on here theres got to be at least a dozen entry level frames with mismatched bars and stems. or campy mixed with shimano.
no, a springer boat anchor saddle would not look good on my bike.
32h box section rims are like a flite. they look great on ancient frames with flexy 1" headtubes AND modern tour level bikes.
the only thing a brooks saddle looks good on is a trashcan.
flite. hands down.