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    I have a Felt 50, It is a 2003 with all Aluminum...

    I have a Felt 50, It is a 2003 with all Aluminum frame and carbon Fork. All Ultegra triple gruppo with Cosmos Wheels. I added a Flight deck, Look Pedals and a Body Geometry Seat.

    I love the...
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    You could saw the frame into with a hacksaw...

    You could saw the frame into with a hacksaw almost as fast as disassemblying my Ritchie.

    I never leave it unwatched (except on Cycle Oregon where there are lots more expensive bikes also...
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    I would like to buy a set for my 1969 PX-10 that...

    I would like to buy a set for my 1969 PX-10 that I am cleaning up. The Paint is good, but the Reynolds decals have mostly come off.
  4. I still have my 69 vintage PX-10 which I ride...

    I still have my 69 vintage PX-10 which I ride occasionally. I got a new set of Clincher wheels for it so I wouldn't have deal with sew-ups. It is a little heavier than my newer bikes, but I rides...
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    I have had mixed results with the glueless...

    I have had mixed results with the glueless patches, especially if the hole happend to be on one of the molded "seams"

    I carry one spare tube, and after that, I have to patch. "No flats in the...
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    The Ritchey BreakAway is a full sized Steel Bike...

    The Ritchey BreakAway is a full sized Steel Bike with Tom Ritchey's coupler design. They look and feel like a normal bike, with a great ride. Cheaper than a Co-motion or Waterford with S&S...
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    As you probably know, it is a Ritchey Breakaway,...

    As you probably know, it is a Ritchey Breakaway, with slightly different components. Read the Ritchey Reviews. Most owners seem to like them very much.
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    Not really answering your question, but if you...

    Not really answering your question, but if you want a transportable bike with virtually not cycling compremises, look at a Ritchey Breakaway.

    They are even more of a pain to pack, but when they...
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    The Saddle is the original Brooks Pro. It is...

    The Saddle is the original Brooks Pro. It is still in good shape, and I used it one day on Cycle Oregon on my Felt.

    The original Mavic tubular rims don't have good braking surfaces anymore, and...
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    It is about 24 lbs with the Clincher Tires...

    It is about 24 lbs with the Clincher Tires (Hutchison Carbon Comps) and Shimano (Look Compatible) pedals. I thought they were supposed to weigh 21-22 lbs when new, but the only thing that should be...
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    PX10 Mods

    I have a 1969 or 70 PX10 which I have upgraded with Simplex LJ Derailures, Cinneli Stem, New TTT (wider handle bars) and a second (extra) set of clincher wheels (6spd Campy Hubs)

    I also had the...
  12. Sticky: A Ritchey BreakAway 58 cm. Not really a folder,...

    A Ritchey BreakAway 58 cm. Not really a folder, but breaks down for airline travel

    It was upgraded to DuraAce Triple and brakes. Has a great ride. It has become my full time all around bike even...
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    I just finished a Century on my Ritchey BAB (my...

    I just finished a Century on my Ritchey BAB (my first on this bike) I was really pleased with it. It is a custom setup with a Dura Ace Triple and Brakes.

    I also have a Felt 50 (2003 all...
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    I'm 62 and my max observed HR is 188 My resting...

    I'm 62 and my max observed HR is 188 My resting is about 50-55 first thing in the morning.

    I asked my doc wether I should be concerned about the max number being so high, and he replied that "it...
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