34 - pretty flat chested.
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34 - pretty flat chested.
I hope you're being sarcastic - clothing fit is one of the most important aspects of comfortable riding, right behind a good bike/saddle fit.
OP - I'm 5'7, 125lb's so I feel your pain. XS "Aero...
Had a totally opposite experience. I went a full size up - the heel cup is significantly snugger than the previous gens.
Also, by far the best shoes I have ever worn. You're going to love them.
What's the conversion rate between sockeye salmon and carbon fiber?
You shouldn't need to swap BB's if you're staying within the Shimano family?
That 280/Old Page Mill intersection is terrible - I'd heard about some planned measures to make that area safer, and I'm hoping this tragedy is enough to spur its completion.
The victim was identified: Cyclist killed on Page Mill Road identified as Palo Alto man
Seriously tragic - condolences to his family and any friends that might be on BF.
Similarly - lady ran a stop sign and t-boned me a few years ago while texting. Insurance company claimed, for months, that I was at fault and had failed to take the proper precautions to not put...
Sorry to hear - echoing what cmh said, hope things work out for the better.
The more you know - thanks!
Only exposure I've had to the Gran Fondo term is Levi and Jens's charity rides up here.
I don't get what gave you the idea that we were mocking them. More confusion than anything else.
Exactly what I thought - I didn't think you could "win" one.
I don't understand what a grand fondo is.
Keep the F1 - it's a modern tour level frameset. The geometry is identical to the F5, so play with the fit and you'll get it to a comfortable position.
Selling + buying a bottom of the barrel...
For a triathlete, a powermeter will be invaluable with pacing.
Figured it was time - screwed up the chainring:
The humble steed:
That's quite the philosophical question..
I suppose I am defined by many things: my job, my family, my hobbies. But to say I am only a summation of those characteristics wouldn't be fair.
I've been absent from Bikeforums for ~3 years, but the 41 is still arguing about the exact same things.
Ate a breakfast burrito the size of my head this morning, then proceeded to go into a food coma all day at work.
If you guys are ever in SF, be sure you stop by Caramba for this:
I'm not arguing steel vs. carbon - whatever floats your boat there.
And that's fine - your friends don't care if they get pipped at the line on their heavier bikes. They can live with that - some...
First post in this thread that's OK with the fact that different people have different needs.
2 lbs matters to every single racer on this forum.
Great to see more people hopping on bikes! The Defy 5 is a good choice. You might want to budget an extra $100-$150 for a pair of shoes and pedals.
What size are you (height/feet)? I have some...