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Old 11-01-05, 09:41 AM
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I had to get a photo of my dashboard in motion, because that's so cool. Unfortunately, it didn't work out to well. Amazingly, as the camera was flung from my hand, it snapped this photo.

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How do you like the naviion?
Like it so far. The grphs are very useful.
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Old 11-01-05, 12:11 PM
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Originally Posted by gcasillo
Amazingly, as the camera was flung from my hand, it snapped this photo.
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Old 11-02-05, 02:20 PM
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Ok, snapped a couple shots of my dash:

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Old 11-02-05, 05:15 PM
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that bike is very well, old school shall we say

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Here's mine:
Cinelli Ram with Cateye Micro Wireless mounted on a Cinelli Control Center...


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Old 11-02-05, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by STEPPINTHEFUNK
Here's mine:
Cinelli Ram with Cateye Micro Wireless mounted on a Cinelli Control Center...


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how do you do with the bare carbon? In the sense of grip?

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moustache cockpits of my commuter, fast bike, & fixie....
Wow, you sure love those moustache handle bars.. i did RFTR with a bike with them and didnt like it so much
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Originally Posted by hi565
how do you do with the bare carbon? In the sense of grip?

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So far I have been spending most of my riding time on the hoods - if I ever do hold onto the tops then its just for a quick upright rest... If I were to spend alot of time on the tops then I would probably cover them with tape as I imagine they would get slippery...
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I'm trying to find a set of bars like that too, but with a more triangular stem, like wide lats on shoulders..
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Old 11-02-05, 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by DannoXYZ
Ok, snapped a couple shots of my dash:

If it weren't for the dog, I'd say that bike was undergoing interrogation.
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Here is a sort of dash view from our newest (Trek T2000 tandem):

Ulterga Shifters
Bontrager Bar and Stem
Cateye Mity 8
Italian Bar End Mirror
Fizi:k Gel Inserts with Bontrager wrap
eventually a Garmin GPS, if it ever ships (it was a gift)



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Originally Posted by R900
Here is a sort of dash view from our newest (Trek T2000 tandem):

Ulterga Shifters
Bontrager Bar and Stem
Cateye Mity 8
Italian Bar End Mirror
Fizi:k Gel Inserts with Bontrager wrap
eventually a Garmin GPS, if it ever ships (it was a gift)



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"flip it"
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Originally Posted by magesh
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Naviion Cyclocomputer
Treo 650 in its case (has been very very useful to say the least)
Can the Naviion take and analyze a urine sample?
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"flip it"

I hear you, but it's a tandem. I might pick up a lower rise stem at some point, if I flipped the current 17 degree stem, it would put me in front of the tire...

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I'm kiddin ya
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My new Surly LHT. Still need to add some lights and a computer and a bell.

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Originally Posted by daytonian
I'm kiddin ya
I know, but the OEM stem does reach for the sky, first thing I noticed when we looked at the Trek.

Oh well - John
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Old 11-23-05, 08:11 PM
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Old 11-23-05, 08:21 PM
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LeMond Maillot Jaune with a cateye double wireless.
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Originally Posted by 531Aussie
Y'know, if she pedalled with the balls of her feet she'd transfer power far more efficiently ..

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Christmas is coming up, where can I get some of those shorts for my GF?
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Originally Posted by DannoXYZ
Christmas is coming up, where can I get some of those shorts for my GF?
Its called "paint" available at any art store
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Its called "paint" available at any art store
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Christmas is coming up, where can I get some of those shorts for my GF?
It's not the shorts that matter, it's whats in the shorts that you need to worry about.
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