First he makes hangovers, and now half women half sharks that won't even sleep with me. Thanks for nothing, God!
(Tried to find some answers for this, but got nothing. Sorry if it's been asked before.)
With the inevitably ****ty fall and winter coming up, I got curious on how to store my bike through the days, during these wet and cold months.
Never thought about it earlier, but that probably comes down to that I've never had I bike I really cared for.
Is it best to park my bike indoors after my morning/afternoon ride or is it better to leave it outdoors the whole season long? Mainly thinking about rust and whatnot.
Anybody have any feedback on suzue track hubs? I am saving up for dura ace hubs but then I came across a wheel build on instagram using these hubs. I liked the look of them.
Does anyone know what type of hub this is?
Quick Q about those crappy $99 Target fixies ; do they use standard cogs ?
I'm heading to the states for a week and a half next month, and rather than shipping my bike both ways I was just going to buy a Target fixie and give it to some kid when I go, and I'm curious if I can bring my gear bag (from the track, all Dura-Ace Track kit) in order to have some better gearing choices
lol, target fixie with DA cog.
You guys are underestimating how much it costs to properly ship a bike to a different country. Not to mention the hassle it can be.
To ship it perhaps (wouldn't have a clue if I'm honest), but surely not to bring it along, as you'll be traveling yourself.
Whatever the problem, buying a Target "bike", and I use that term in the broadest possible definition of the word, is never the answer.
Last edited by kriwhe; 09-19-13 at 03:36 PM. Reason: Obligatory typo
If you must, just do what you said yourself; buy the damn bike, ride the s*** out of it while on holiday (cross your fingers and hope it'll hold) and dump it on some random kid. Don't bother bringing your DA track kit.
What the actual **** is that.
Originally Posted by johnnytheboy