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This^^^, Both wool and or neoprene in thickness determined by temp are best at maintaining warmth.
No but it's coming.
Not to be inflammatory or anything like that, but my Italian bike, purchased in 1976 and my sole ride until 2004, now still my dominate ride, is made of columbus double butted steel, has been ridden...
I think it's about how good steel bikes are and how bad CF and AL frames are.
Because we are smart enough to remember the first cycling boom in the seventies when cell phones and distracted driving, not to mention less crowded roads, were the rule and dumb enough to think that...
Once you get in synch though...what a blast. So fast with another decent rider, like a perfect pace line.
Christ, I'm in Hobart every Tuesday with work.
Doing the lake front trail, from Northwestern doun to south 81 and back is a spectacularly beautiful ride....if, and this is a very big if, if done with the rising of the sun. Otherwise the mup...
Where do you live?
Well the natural beauty of clouds, even obstructing clouds, certainly rises over the fodder of 41.
Fodder of 41, kind of like that....I feel a poem coming on.
Thats when all the destroyed carbon frames rise into the sky, the clouds unfurl with a trumpets blare and a chorus singing Holy, Holy, Holy and they arise, not as broken and imperfect carbon frames,...
Good job. Nothing like the locomotive feel of a tandem at speed.
I hope more than luck is involved. Good luck.
You know how at the end of each month my jerk titers start rising to unpleasant levels.
Truly. I was very hurt. Very.
I was just being a troll. If it were not superior it would not be the frame of choice in the peloton.
Personally I don't like Lizard skins. They feel great and have a good grip, But the color comes off leaving white areas after a bit. I go with Fiziik.
Maybe, But I have never seen so many reports on steel failing. Steel is real, the rest is plastic crap.
Making cycling a full time endeavor probably helps. Thats where most of us fail.
A nurse I work with, young and quite attractive asked me what I liked to do in my free time. I said cycling. She responded- Not in those lycra outfits I hope. I said yup. She burst out laughing. So...
Makes me think of the Krebs cycle from cell physiology. Except the Krebs cycle was a bit less complicated.
Good thing there is nothing dorky about cycling.
Never bought a frame from them. Mostly clothing, looks good, much cheaper but it always fails.
I have bought two bikes in the last 40 years and still ride both extensively. One is an Italian steel...