Then there is the "steel is real" crowd that ride a standard geometry in steel when they could just as easily get a standard geometry in lighter and stiffer aluminum for the same $. It doesn't do them any good.
Also, it amazes me how some people think that anything older must be better. But, that comes from hipster values being that anything old and rare is something that another person probably won't have so it is automatically more valuable. If it's foreign it's even MORE valuable.
it is clearly growing its own brain
anything measured by the gram is going to be more exciting than something measured in pounds.
EW>.< thats gross.
anyonehere have this problem?
Last edited by evilcryalotmore; 07-10-11 at 07:21 PM.
Not me, but Sean Yates also had some pretty gnarly vein-age.
Crash fest today...sad day for many riders, including Vinokouruv.
Though, this is kind of lulz.
Is it ok to run 28-spoke 2x lacing on the street.
And what is your opinion of 7710 DA hubs for the street as well? (urban environment with occasional rain and potholes)
Last edited by toosahn; 07-11-11 at 03:28 PM.
Interwebs doesn't receive respect.
It would have been funny if you accidentally spelled his name wrong when telling other people to respect him.
jeez, give me a break. forearms are tired from climbing and heavy bag so it's hard to get everything typed out correctly.
and i don't think them varicose veins are contagious
It also may help to put your bike in a stationary trainer and make minor adjustments in a controlled environment instead of on the street.
Also, your stem has nothing to do with this. The relationship between your butt and the bottom bracket is set first. Then you set your relationship between the bars/hands and your butt. The saddle placement is the anchor of your bike fit.
Though I've been riding for a couple years, I'm just getting into components and mechanics, (hope to build some wheels someday as well... it's good to have goals) all that to say, if i'm missing something, i wouldn't be surprised.