BUT hanging dura-ace and fancy threadless stems, etc. on it just seems wrong. Why not wait for a nice frame to put your nice parts on? It would be much better suited for beater/townie bike duty. Put a basket and some northroad bars on it and you have yourself a great bike that you never have to worry about.
1988 Miele Azsora (sports car)
1986 Kuwahara Cascade (apocalypse-ready expedition ATV)
I like the centurion, its a good looking frame, though its cheap. People put sugino 75/thomson posts/dura ace hubs on kilo tt's all the time, same story here. Though nashbar's house frames are quite decent for the price..
the cost of a new crankset/bb wouldnt offset the margin of performance gain id get back. but then again this is bgssfg
we are off on two different sides of the available crank length spectrum and neither is pretty. keep an eye out for 210mm cranks while i wait for 160s.
haha yeah. but then id get pedal strike! and im not into that
ive struck my pedals with my 180s but one of the small beauties of geared bikes is the ability to coast
but im already riding a custom frame haha
then another one shouldnt be an issue!
"Never argue with an idiot. He'll only bring you down to his level, then beat you with experience..."
Secondly, while it may be helpful post workout, I doubt it shares the same benefits for a mid-workout beverage.
Thirdly, the reason it is said to be helpful, is because it helps you consume water "slightly" more efficiently. And if I recall correctly, he didn't have any water, only a gatorade.
But thanks for the enlightening article talking about a study that seems to be brought up every time anyone says something negative about alcohol, no as a non drinker I've never heard about it before...