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ARPRINCE 10-08-13 12:03 PM

I got this one....

http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/4176/14ai.jpg

So I'll have this one...

http://imageshack.us/a/img706/2236/tpar.jpg

SpeshulEd 10-08-13 03:26 PM


Originally Posted by just dank (Post 16142688)
where'd you get this?

http://www.amazon.com/Sugoi-Lumberja.../dp/B009RS6VPE

More colors but $10 more on the Sugoi site:
http://www.sugoi.com/usa/2013/fall/b...ck-jersey.html

And then there's the Ted King one with the King of the Road graphic on the back and a bottle of maple syrup instead of beer sticking out of the back pocket:
http://www.sugoi.com/usa/2013/fall/b...ad-jersey.html

bakeoh99 10-08-13 03:33 PM

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This for the rainy weather in Oregon. Showers Pass 2.0

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=344905

LuMax 10-08-13 03:36 PM


Originally Posted by ARPRINCE (Post 16143384)

More info (manufacturer & part numbers) on these two parts please. Thanks

gridplan 10-08-13 04:31 PM


Originally Posted by gc3 (Post 16123736)
These are pretty but look a little damn finicky, let us know if you run into installation issues...

My LBS said they were easy to install and surprisingly stiff on the test ride they took. The German-only instructions weren't a problem (plenty of pics).

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y56...ps526e9e2d.jpg

gc3 10-08-13 05:36 PM

They definitely are good looking and super lightweight, but OMG just way way expensive...

ARPRINCE 10-08-13 06:33 PM


Originally Posted by LuMax (Post 16143993)
More info (manufacturer & part numbers) on these two parts please. Thanks

[h=1]Contour Conversion Adapter Standard Gopro $12.60 @ Amazon[/h][h=1]K-EDGE GO BIG Handlebar Mount for GoPro Hero[/h]

LuMax 10-08-13 06:52 PM

Thanks

CALE262 10-10-13 03:26 PM

For the other roads...

http://i251.photobucket.com/albums/g...psa7225e68.jpg

dgasmd 10-10-13 04:04 PM

-36 BonkBreaker to get me by for the next few weeks.
-Lube for both bikes
-Vittoria PitStop x 2. It has only worked about 20% of time for me, so it begs the question of why even bother!!

ethan.g75 10-10-13 07:01 PM

unfortunately, my trek is done for (der hanger probs).
Enter the new reign:
http://www.feltbicycles.com/Resource...FC_FRAME_1.jpg
I might talk to our felt rep about getting last year's model, the structure hasn't changed, just the paint job (last year's had less logos)

daihard 10-10-13 09:25 PM

Finally received the Tioga barends this afternoon. Here they are, installed on my FX. Had to move the grips, shifters and brake levers all inwards to accommodate them.

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

Jakedatc 10-12-13 09:39 AM

REI garage sale score.. Giro Air attack for much less than retail :) It came with the shield but it doesn't really work with my face so i'll leave that off.

gridplan 10-13-13 12:47 PM

Replacing my aging Garmin 705 with this 800. The 705's mount, which used cable ties, I hated. This one's mount looks to be much better.
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y56...psff679145.jpg

spdntrxi 10-14-13 09:45 PM

Roval CLX40's for my wife's bike...

bianchi10 10-14-13 09:58 PM


Originally Posted by Shinjukan (Post 16161527)
Another thumbs-up vote here for BDop Cycling on their Offset Brake Pad Holders. A bit expensive according to my budget, but it was worth it.
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=346114

what do they do?

gc3 10-14-13 10:03 PM


Originally Posted by bianchi10 (Post 16161554)
what do they do?

... Provide offset? http://www.bdopcycling.com/BDop%20Offset%20Holders.asp

bianchi10 10-14-13 10:08 PM

Edit: Got it

TexMac 10-15-13 08:52 AM


Originally Posted by ethan.g75 (Post 16150757)
unfortunately, my trek is done for (der hanger probs).
Enter the new reign:
http://www.feltbicycles.com/Resource...FC_FRAME_1.jpg
I might talk to our felt rep about getting last year's model, the structure hasn't changed, just the paint job (last year's had less logos)

That looks like my felt F5. Speed, comfort, endurance. Welcome!

TexMac 10-15-13 08:57 AM

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NEW MISTRESS...as my wife calls her. Giant propel advanced 13'.http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=346154

daihard 10-15-13 09:16 AM

The Specialized helmet I bought earlier this month didn't fit me too well on a long ride, so I returned that and got this one...

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

mikemayhem 10-15-13 12:30 PM

Just picked up a Delta Michelangelo Gravity stand to stack my 2.1 and my ST400. My condo can't hold more bikes!

PatrickGSR94 10-15-13 12:36 PM


Originally Posted by mikemayhem (Post 16162957)
Just picked up a Delta Michelangelo Gravity stand to stack my 2.1 and my ST400. My condo can't hold more bikes!

pics or it didn't happen :lol:

Jakedatc 10-15-13 12:39 PM


Originally Posted by Jakedatc (Post 16154953)
REI garage sale score.. Giro Air attack for much less than retail :) It came with the shield but it doesn't really work with my face so i'll leave that off.

Rode it the last 2 days and feels great. straps are so much nicer than my Ionos. A few friends have assured me that I don't look like the bomb turtle on Mario so i'm happy. Shield makes you look like a power ranger so I will only use that if i'm goofing around.

SethAZ 10-15-13 12:58 PM

In anticipation of our trip up to the top of Mt. Lemmon (7300 feet climb, 61 mile round-trip) I got a new 12-27 cassette, and a 38t chainring on my standard crank. The drop from 39t to 38t may seem small, but this was a long climb for me and I wanted every benefit I could get. I've got a 50/34 compact crank on order now, and I think it will really set me up.

Also replaced the chain at the same time as the new cassette. During that ride on Saturday I just kept thinking the new gears were money well spent.


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