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I'm glad you're alright!
Cool video, thanks for sharing it! I got in to cycling in the early 80's, so that brought back some memories. For those of us who are used to almost all of the bikes being black, white, and red...
I was joking about over analyzing things. ;)
What do you mean by that?
I have been using the Selle Italia Max Flite since the mid to late 90s. I did briefly stray to the standard Flite and to a Fizik model, each for about a year, but the Max Flite just fits me the...
First, the disclaimer: If you choose to go that route, it's not really hurting anyone and it is easy enough to change if you decide you don't like it.
Having said that, the last time I used...
Nice! I wanted to have "Organ Donor... Some other day!" but I ran out of space.
This is an important point. Years ago, someone on here noted, "If you need one, you need two." I have had two instances recently that confirmed this. If I know I will be out after dark, I usually...
Of course he wasn't there to purchase EPO. He was there to pick up HGH, a few testosterone patches, two bags of blood that they had kindly agreed to store in their refrigerator, and a Happy Meal.
Nice picture, and welcome to Bike Forums (even if I am a little late in seeing your post). I hope you're enjoying it here.
I ride with my Road ID and insurance card. No one ever plans to have an accident.
Welcome to Bike Forums Yannick. Have you ridden Alpe d'Huez yet? ;)
Asking if you want a new wife, or a new bike? If it is the latter, does she have any sisters who are single?
Perhaps that explains why David Extebarria picked up the descending style pictured to the left?
I guess I am a bit of a retrogrouch, but many of the modern carbon frames don't appeal to me aesthetically. However, I really like this one! Perhaps the celeste appeals to my retrogrouch side.
knobd, what did you finally decide upon? I am in a similar position, and considering many of the same wheels that you were looking at. I am mostly debating between the Vento and Scirocco wheels,...
Apparently there may (and I emphasize "may") be bad news for Enrico Gasparotto due to the investigation of Dr. Michele Ferarri. If so, that would be another mark against Astana.
If it is something that I want to try on before buying (clothes, shoes, helmet, etc), then I will purchase it locally whenever possible.
I stopped ordering from Nashbar when they took 3 weeks to deliver three in-stock items from Ohio to PA. I've had orders from the UK (Wiggle and ProBikeKit) get here in a week!
I've had good luck...
Thanks for the laugh! Don't forget to include the Grip Shift knobs that went on the end of conventional handlebars.
Yep. Basically it is an opportunity for them to expand their wheel market to Shimano or Sram equipped riders, without them needing to be putting Campagnolo-labeled wheels on their bikes.
Does anyone have feedback about the durability or performance of rear wheels with the Campagnolo G3 lacing pattern vs. Fulcrum's 2:1 pattern? I am just in to the Clydesdale category, and some of...
It depends. Were you on a bicycle at the time?