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Bum groove for me?!


Old 07-10-07, 11:21 AM
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Bum groove for me?!

I'm so excited I just had to post...

Tuesdays I have started to do evening rides with someone off BF, just for training/recreational reasons. Two or three weeks ago I received my first pair of SPD shoes on a Tuesday.

This week, today, I've received my (first ever) Brooks B-17 Saddle. I'm beginning to wonder if I should change my ride day - this will be the second time I've been so eager/excited to go home and NOT ride so I can get these new part(s) on/working/tested

So... I won't need a new seatpost/saddle joint as I first thought. As long as I can un-stick the saddle bolt, I'm in business for a nice comfortable bum groove - man I'm excited
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Old 07-10-07, 03:47 PM
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Cool!!! Try to keep that excitement...that's what its all about.
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