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Road Cycling It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle. -- Ernest Hemingway

Addiction LXXVIII

Old 06-09-20, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
They should be stricken from the record.
Ditto.
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Originally Posted by ls01
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hee hee ho ha ha ha ha ha ha ha .....heh hoo....


Good one
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Originally Posted by Trsnrtr
A few of us are going to get our share of Cristobal today. High winds and storms. Looks like wifi is going to get the worst of it with abshipp and I getting a piece, too.
My gardens would love some rain right now, it's been dry.
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Originally Posted by seedsbelize
The surgeon went as far as calling the original surgeon incompetent.
Wow. Refreshing, but that's not really something you want to hear about your surgeon's work. In other words, your finger could have been done a lot better. Damn!
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
With everything?
The penman is a weight weenie. Dontchaknow?
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
I didn't think Ti bikes are that light.

[haven't been paying attention, though]
Its certainly small enough to get down that low.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
I didn't think Ti bikes are that light.

[haven't been paying attention, though]
Pay attention. The weight of a frame is only a fraction of the whole bike weight. So if an uber light crabon fiber frame weighs 1Kg while a Ti frame weighs 1.8Kg, you can see that it's still easy to get a Ti frame to be part of a lightweight build.
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Originally Posted by datlas
The penman is a weight weenie. Dontchaknow?
I didn't think Tisters are generally weenieish.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
I didn't think Tisters are generally weenieish.
Weenieism is rampant, no matter the frame material.

Even the steel is real crowd suffers.
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
I didn't think Tisters are generally weenieish.
They can be.

Originally Posted by abshipp
Weenieism is rampant, no matter the frame material.

Even the steel is real crowd suffers.
Exhibit A, above.
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Originally Posted by BillyD
Ditto.
Rode the ebike at lunch, to run some errands. I did not Strava it.
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Originally Posted by rjones28
Rode the ebike at lunch, to run some errands. I did not Strava it.
If you had a 14 lb bike you could probably get by without a motor
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BTW, it's easier and cheaper to have a weight weenie body than a weight weenie bike.

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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets
If you had a 14 lb bike you could probably get by without a motor
Hitting segment PRs on a cargo bike would be less satisfying than doing it on the Allez (16#).
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Originally Posted by datlas
Pay attention. The weight of a frame is only a fraction of the whole bike weight. So if an uber light crabon fiber frame weighs 1Kg while a Ti frame weighs 1.8Kg, you can see that it's still easy to get a Ti frame to be part of a lightweight build.
And then you put 2.5 lbs. of water on it.
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha
And then you put 2.5 lbs. of water on it.
Pre-hydrate. Less water on the bike.
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Originally Posted by rpenmanparker
Yes, 54. 14.5 lb.

Just a few minutes ago I heard the bike calling, "Trainsnorter, Trainsnorter." It was pitiful.
Dang, thats light. When is it going up?
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Originally Posted by Trsnrtr
Dang, thats light. When is it going up?
Asking for a friend??
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha
And then you put 2.5 lbs. of water on it.
Sounds like a bad cycling joke: What does a weight weenie put in his/her bottles??

edit: fixed for grammar #PedanticMan
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
With everything?
Sans pedals, computer gear, and bottle cages. Basically the way a bike would appear in a bike shop. Only you can know what your add on riding gear weighs so I provide the base weight. Heck the steel bike I'm selling only weighs 16.4 lb. I don't (whoops, I mean I didn't) screw around.
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha
And then you put 2.5 lbs. of water on it.
Then I put my 200 pound ass on it.
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Originally Posted by datlas
BTW, it's easier and cheaper to have a weight weenie body than a weight weenie bike.

#Thrifty
Dunno about easier.
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Originally Posted by rjones28
Pre-hydrate. Less water on the bike.
Not a believer in that, especially in the morning for an old codger with a dose of caffeine on board.
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Originally Posted by MoAlpha
And then you put 2.5 lbs. of water on it.
Still better than putting the water on a bike that weighs 10 lb more. You have to ride a 12.5 lb bike like the crabon one I just sold to understand how good it feels.
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Originally Posted by datlas
BTW, it's easier and cheaper to have a weight weenie body than a weight weenie bike.

#Thrifty
But it doesnt feel as good when you push the pedals. And really, my weenie bikes were very reasonable to put together. I really work it hard.
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