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Because that's what are already on the bike. No one is suggesting to buy 2300 shifters separately.
Golfers only wear 1 glove ?
Has it ever been worth it ?
Yo, don't be messin' with Rtc's wimminz.
I know someone who dated his teacher when he was in middle school (8th grade ?) They have been married for 20 years now.
Not sure what cost would be, but you could replace just the rim. It would have to have the same "effective rim diameter" to reuse the spokes.
An option to consider, factoring in wheel quality and...
Is this a NEW bike ? If so, you should not have ridden it, because you'll be sending back a used bike. That's not fair to the seller, even though they made a mistake.
As for fit, I suppose it...
Consider getting a matching stem if it's hard to find bars for your current stem. Inexpensive ones should be plentiful. You'll need new brake levers & cables.
A carefully applied black Sharpie would make it even nicer. At least on the stem & fork.
Why so much crashing ?
I'm sure there are "witty" names for every company.
Awwww, poor baby had to wear long sleeves ?
OP Summary: I'm doing something practical, and want to start being impractical. Opinions ?
You could try moving the shifters down or up a little bit. A slightly different angle may help.
If you crash, don't stick you hands out.
I rode my bike 2 days this weekend. Lots of short little bumps . no flat roads around here. being very out of shape sucks.
Most people measure time, not distance if they are training. It is a more useful number to show the amount of effort. All our team & group rides are measured in time. I have no idea how many miles...
The quickest "fix" is to remove the front brake caliper and loosen the stem, then spin the fork a rotation or two until you find a smooth spot. That will reposition the ball bearings relative to the...
Pssst. Want some Fine Woodworking back issues ?
Overall, a lighter bike will feel livelier, and maybe handle a bit quicker. Will you "notice it" ? It depends on how much lighter. Hard to quantify perception. I can tell a bit of difference...
Thanks, I will give it a try and hope it works better than the one on the bike.
If you try using them, bring a wrench with you so you can tighten them mid-ride if you have to, until you're sure they are either good or not good.
I have another mystery Campy derailleur on my newly built up 10 speed bike and I cannot get it shifting properly across the cassette range. I wonder if it is a non-10 speed of some sort .........