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Where'd you get the top tube break line holders? I've been searching everywhere for those exact ones, no luck.
Where are you located? In BC, Canada I see lots of IRO's pop up on used websites.
Non-stick gauze pads and a liberal amount of polysporin do wonders when you're trying to sleep and not stick to your sheets.
Polysporin then cover then wrap with tensor - it's like nothing is...
Fizik Ariones on Chainlove for 75 for the next 7 minutes.
Catch: they're lime green.
Eminem, Cypher, Yelawolf, Salughterhouse freestyle
Pretty sure it's a tool wrap: fill pockets with tools, fold top over, roll up, attach to bottom of seat with Velcro or belt.
Crazy pictures, thank you for sharing. I hope everyone is going to be okay.
Blue Lug has a ton of pictures of them running brake lines like that, maybe its a thing to some people.
I'll bite... how and what class?
Thanks for that fun journey. If only I could ride my bike that fast, maybe mushrooms and kaleidoscope goggles will help.
I've got the exact same setup, pedals and shoes. They work well I wouldn't worry about it. Pedals are big and heavy but they do the trick.
alt-J - Breezeblocks
That Young Cycles is sexy.
This song makes me want to dance:
^^ Looks good, funny how cheap easy conversions can become one of your favorite bikes to ride.
Are both your left and right levers connected with the front break? If so, how? That looks awesome, and would like to run that setup on my bike.
^^ That thing is awesome, on so many levels.
Casio G-shock wave ceptor: amazing.
"Casio Wave Ceptor
We also carry the radio controlled Atomic...
Cyclemeter is the go to app. If you already have a belt clip attachment for your phone, you could always tape the "clip" part to the frame and insert your phone into its holster.
Great thanks! I'm considering picking up a (couple?) 18650 powered lights, from what I can see between my insane amount of studying (4 midterms, 2 weeks) these are the recommended way to go. I see a...
The mountain rig: