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Nachoman 10-25-09 09:37 AM


Originally Posted by mestizoracer310 (Post 9920979)
Just got some more stuff at Performance Bikes in Santa Monica. Got a TransIt small speed saddle bag, a tube, and a co2 chuck. I can finally ride in confidence, knowing I can take care of a flat in minutes and NOT have to call someone to pick me up...

Unless you have more than one flat. (not intending to start a pump versus co2 debate. I'm just being a smartass)

NathanC 10-25-09 04:03 PM


Originally Posted by Torvidicus (Post 9911389)
Nice.

Where did you get it from?

Competitive Cyclist. On sale for $29, but $30 postage to Oz, but with our dollar almost at parity, $60 for a jersey is pretty good. :)

elader 10-25-09 06:47 PM

2007 Madone SSL 6.5 frame and an Ultegra 2009 compact crank. Moved the rest of my dura ace kit off my 2006 Felt F2C. Finally my primary ride fits me.

youcoming 10-25-09 06:49 PM

Handlebar tape and assos spring/fall socks.

adacas 10-25-09 08:56 PM

http://media.rei.com/media/zz/f3998f...2a75ee0eff.jpg
This thing damn near blinded me in the store in broad daylight so I had to get it

deepakvrao 10-25-09 09:19 PM


Originally Posted by adacas (Post 9924460)
http://media.rei.com/media/zz/f3998f...2a75ee0eff.jpg
This thing damn near blinded me in the store in broad daylight so I had to get it

Any link?

Soloist Assassin 10-25-09 09:37 PM

Cervelo Soloist Carbon Frameset 54cm.

tagaproject6 10-25-09 09:45 PM


Originally Posted by deepakvrao (Post 9924624)
Any link?

That's a Serfas TL-ST Seat Stay bike light from REI

Jinker 10-25-09 09:51 PM

Booties.

Now my tootsies are toasty.

http://static2.biketiresdirect.com/i...ct/lpsts-1.jpg

BarracksSi 10-25-09 09:53 PM


Originally Posted by tagaproject6 (Post 9924793)
That's a Serfas TL-ST Seat Stay bike light from REI

Show us a pic once you get it mounted, too. I haven't tried one yet, but from looking at it, I can't figure out how it's supposed to strap on and aim straight back instead of into the trees.

roshea 10-25-09 09:54 PM


Originally Posted by deepakvrao (Post 9924624)
Any link?

http://www.serfas.com/product_details.asp?ID=598

Ed Holland 10-25-09 10:21 PM

New set of CXP33 rims to replace some which have way too much sidewall wear.

Look out for 2 related threads soon: "Help I can't relace & true my wheels" (I'm having a first try at wheel building) and "can you believe I was riding on these" shortly after I take a hacksaw to the worst of the old rims to look at the cross section.

Ed

mvMcfly 10-27-09 10:02 PM

Thanks go out to Psimet. Now I just need to install my cassette and tubes/tires.

http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/2861/powertapwheels.jpg

luker 10-27-09 10:11 PM

The posts in this thread are gonna be pretty cool in about 10 years...

siberian 10-27-09 10:27 PM


Originally Posted by adacas (Post 9924460)
http://media.rei.com/media/zz/f3998f...2a75ee0eff.jpg
This thing damn near blinded me in the store in broad daylight so I had to get it


That looks like some kind of sex toy. Just sayin'....

siberian 10-27-09 10:30 PM


Originally Posted by Steve in MA (Post 9920620)
Latest purchase as of last night:

http://www.specialized.com/OA_MEDIA/.../9003-44_d.jpg

Of couse, that'll be nocked off of the "latest" status in about five minutes....gotta order a new computer for it. :)

Nice! That is the exact same one I am ordering this winter... comp/rival in white/blue.

adacas 10-27-09 11:21 PM


Originally Posted by BarracksSi (Post 9924850)
Show us a pic once you get it mounted, too. I haven't tried one yet, but from looking at it, I can't figure out how it's supposed to strap on and aim straight back instead of into the trees.

http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g6...s/IMG00139.jpg
http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g6...s/IMG00137.jpg

gkelley 10-27-09 11:26 PM

-garmin 305 new with used HR strap and cadence for 150
-Pearl Izumi's nicest bib tights and their leather thermal gloves with a nice 60% off ;)

a_phat_beat 10-27-09 11:39 PM

http://www.webersports.com/store/ima...Wheels2009.jpg

roshea 10-28-09 12:33 AM

http://www.orasea.com/images/grupo_u..._completo.jpeg

Ok, not all of it. Just the shifters, derailleurs and brakes.

ir13 10-28-09 01:57 AM


Originally Posted by gkelley (Post 9938671)
-garmin 305 new with used HR strap and cadence for 150
-Pearl Izumi's nicest bib tights and their leather thermal gloves with a nice 60% off ;)

Where did you pick up the Garmin?

NathanC 10-28-09 04:24 AM


Originally Posted by mvMcfly (Post 9938403)
Thanks go out to Psimet. Now I just need to install my cassette and tubes/tires.

http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/2861/powertapwheels.jpg

Just like mine! Awesome.

umd 10-28-09 10:54 PM

http://www.photoscene.com/kimandsteve/images/8206.jpg

riff 10-28-09 11:14 PM

^ Ooooo.. Nice! I didn't know they were out yet! Where did you find it, umd? Will you be using with Red crankset & brifters?

tallmantim 10-29-09 12:06 AM

Hi

Will get a Bottecchia tomorrow, and have put through an order for the following from Chain Reaction Cycles...

http://www.roadbikereview.com/Channe...uct_403947.jpg

Trying bibs for the first time:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/I...Full/39233.jpg

Getting a primal shirt in colour co-ordination:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/I...Full/36923.jpg

And I am recovering from a back injury caused by a cleat disengaging as I was climbing a hill at full power - hence, not trusting the Bottecchia brand pedals and have gone for something traditional:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/I...ll/13078-1.Jpg

On top of that, bought a new helmet for only AU$60 - Limar 909:

http://www.torpedo7.com.au/torpedo7/...N809_large.jpg

That'll sate my bike spending frenzy for a little while!


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