Gloves. Finally need something on my hands for night riding. This is the extent of my winter gear.
I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.
For the new race biek:
for the vig. matching seatpost to come.
Phil Wood cogs for my Phil flip-flop track hub: 16 and 18 x 1/8.
Those 44RN rings are damn cool looking. Glad Prolly has brought 'em back.
Unrelated to SS/FG but I just scored a 2012 Felt F1X frame w/ matching ENVE fork for only $460. Stoooooooooked
trying to score a new bike altogether if the deal works out.
I bought a pair of wool hiker socks by Champion for $5 at a local store. They're 80% wool 19% nylon 1% spandex, made in USA, pretty warm and elastic, and not loose like some socks. I'm thinking they don't make them anymore as I can't find them online anywhere.
riding my bike is about to get way more comfortable
paul bolt on hubs are really nice but keep slipping on the trail.
For the Surly
For the Fuji
For the SIDIs
Finally got tired of my feet flying off the pedals, and I've been sharing one really beat up set of M520s (they wobble on their spindles, and the plastic bits are shattered) between both bikes. I also bought (but don't have a picture of) a second set of mounting hardware for my Ortlieb saddle bag. Next will be a new set of Gatorskins and whatever chemicals I need to strip the braking surface on the Fuji's wheels. The goal is to be able to switch bikes without having to wrench around beforehand.
Some of the wicked winds we have been having lately have made me want to lower my gear inches so another EAI it is. I should be stronger then I was last year but maybe the winds are just that more wicked this year.
Last edited by ThimbleSmash; 12-20-13 at 12:44 PM.
A new rear tube and some tire irons.
“A mans heart can be judged by his treatment of animals.”
I just bought a H+SON front wheel , a decent brown saddle and a vintage style drop bar with deda tape.
Surly fat front end, for my SS mtb....
Modified front rack for my 29er, works out great and sturdy.
I bike every day for fun.