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daihard 09-23-13 09:46 AM


Originally Posted by bmcphx (Post 16094736)
Treks are fed bikes and only Chris Froome can look at stem.

What are "fed bikes"?

bmcphx 09-23-13 02:21 PM


Originally Posted by daihard (Post 16095226)
What are "fed bikes"?

Shut the **** up idiot. You understood the post even with the typo.

daihard 09-23-13 02:55 PM


Originally Posted by bmcphx (Post 16096257)
Shut the **** up idiot. You understood the post even with the typo.

Well maybe I _am_ an idiot for not understanding it. It didn't even occur to me that it was a typo. What was it supposed to be?

lsberrios1 09-23-13 02:58 PM


Originally Posted by daihard (Post 16096385)
Well maybe I _am_ an idiot for not understanding it. It didn't even occur to me that it was a typo. What was it supposed to be?

Fred bike? or federal bike? as in police bike?

zacster 09-23-13 03:02 PM

Topeak Road Morph G pump. It can actually bring my tires up to full pressure.

Ghost Ryder 09-23-13 03:05 PM


Originally Posted by bmcphx (Post 16096257)
Shut the **** up idiot. You understood the post even with the typo.

I guess I'm an idiot too I didn't get the typo, & didn't know that Trek made Defy's now.

I must be a "Giant fed" on my Defy too.

vikz 09-23-13 03:15 PM

hmm??not sure what you meant but I'll play , no i don't..Just wanted my bike to fit me better..

Originally Posted by bmcphx (Post 16094692)
Wow do you cry every time you see nice stuff?


vikz 09-23-13 03:17 PM

thanks for this answer..

Originally Posted by Ghost Ryder (Post 16094253)
Thanks

The length, & angle is more for fit, & comfort.
You can find this out when you get a bike fit done.
IMO there's no standard size.


PatrickGSR94 09-23-13 03:29 PM


Originally Posted by PatrickGSR94 (Post 16095041)
Just saw this in the Hot Deals thread and decided to pick one up, have been looking for a 6 100mm stem to replace my current 17 stem for awhile now.

http://penncycle.com/images/library/..._team_10_m.jpg

Aw man, they're out of stock (website said in stock) and had to cancel my order.

Would have liked to have a nice 3T stem for little money, but looks like I'll still have to go Bontrager, so I'll likely order the 7 version of the one I have now (17 version).

look566 rider 09-23-13 06:25 PM

Lazer Helium for my big head. UCI Colors. One of the few helmets that come in XL size.

http://www.lazersport.com/index.php?...mid=17&lang=en

bianchi10 09-23-13 06:30 PM


Originally Posted by PatrickGSR94 (Post 16096498)
Aw man, they're out of stock (website said in stock) and had to cancel my order.

Would have liked to have a nice 3T stem for little money, but looks like I'll still have to go Bontrager, so I'll likely order the 7 version of the one I have now (17 version).


Wish I would have known! i just sold one for a friend for $35 shipped and was nearly new. But, I'm not on the upgraded membership which allows me to post in the classifieds here.

PatrickGSR94 09-23-13 08:36 PM

Yeah I've been waiting around for a bit for a deal to come up on a stem. I've dropped my 17 stem one spacer from where I was originally fit, and I feel like I could drop down to a 6 or 7 stem now. Plus I can't put my computer on the stem and remove it easily with a 17 stem. Should work better on the 6/7. The Bontrager ended up being a bit less than the 3T sale price, is only a few grams heavier, and the advertised weight is still a bit less than my current stem.

SpeshulEd 09-23-13 08:45 PM


Originally Posted by daihard (Post 16095226)
What are "fed bikes"?

C'mon man, fed bikes, you know...


Ghost Ryder 09-23-13 08:51 PM


Originally Posted by SpeshulEd (Post 16097545)
C'mon man, fed bikes, you know...


Lmfao!!!
I remember that show too!
:D

gc3 09-23-13 09:22 PM


Originally Posted by daihard (Post 16094239)
Thanks! So by shortening it to 90 mm, your handlebar gets closer to your hands?

Do they not teach Geometry in high school in Seattle?

daihard 09-23-13 09:26 PM


Originally Posted by gc3 (Post 16097671)
Do they not teach Geometry in high school in Seattle?

I have no idea... I didn't go to high school in Seattle. :roflmao2:

daihard 09-23-13 10:22 PM

Topeak D2 SmartGauge...

http://home.comcast.net/~daihard/ima...smartgauge.jpg

woodcraft 09-23-13 11:16 PM

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itrsteve 09-24-13 12:49 PM

today's money burn... zipp service course sl bar & stem combo from backcountry for $148 shipped.

Also got a successful RA from Stages to swap out the Ultegra Crank for a DA 9k Arm... A+ customer service with those folks.

Nachoman 09-24-13 12:58 PM


Originally Posted by gc3 (Post 16097671)
Do they not teach Geometry in high school in Seattle?

:lol:

SirHustlerEsq 09-24-13 01:05 PM

http://****************/wp-content/u...0-cordless.jpg

Nachoman 09-24-13 02:17 PM


Originally Posted by SirHustlerEsq (Post 16099618)

you'll love it.

robbyville 09-24-13 02:35 PM

Got some PI arm warmers for this weekend's fondo (and fall weather).

redtires 09-24-13 02:59 PM


Originally Posted by SpeshulEd (Post 16094820)



This....................is funny.

pdxtex 09-24-13 03:01 PM

i bought these http://www.biketiresdirect.com/produ...4-length-short, as far as i can tell, the only knickers on the planet that are as water resistant and come with pockets and belt loops. the perfect winter pant for portland urban cycling. fittingly the come from scotland whose winter weather is just like oregon.


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