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Gus90 01-24-15 06:05 PM

Going to reduce the saddle storage and put more things in my jersey pockets. Hopefully these two things will work well.
http://www.lezyne.com/images/product...addy-zoom1.jpghttp://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...L._SL1500_.jpg

percent20 01-25-15 07:21 PM

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New here, but been sick over the weekend because I rode in too cold of weather last week.

So I just ordered one of these fluid trainers from nashbar:
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=430490

antokelly 01-26-15 04:37 AM

Dolan Bikes - Dolan l'Étape Carbon Road Frameset.
building it up with shimano 11 speed either 105 or ultegra.
if it rides as good as it looks i'll be a happy camper.
oh should have said i got the blue/white and black frameset.click pic for bigger pic.:thumb:

znomit 01-26-15 04:54 AM

Got a bloody good deal on a lightly used cross bike. Gravel roads here I come.
http://static.avantiplus.com.au/imag...215_zoom_1.jpg

K100Fran 01-29-15 07:46 AM

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Giro Trans HV shoes, PD-5800 pedals, and some socks...
http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=431223

kansukee 01-29-15 08:07 AM

Two of these:
Veloflex - Tubular tyres - Arenberg

They are night and day compared to Tufo and Conti. You really don't know what a good tubie is until you have ridden these :)

Bunyanderman 01-29-15 09:02 AM


Originally Posted by kansukee (Post 17510590)
Two of these:
Veloflex - Tubular tyres - Arenberg

They are night and day compared to Tufo and Conti. You really don't know what a good tubie is until you have ridden these :)

Why did you get those over the veloflex carbons? The carbons have less rolling resistance, and are 40g lighter.

kansukee 01-29-15 09:06 AM


Originally Posted by Bunyanderman (Post 17510755)
Why did you get those over the veloflex carbons? The carbons have less rolling resistance, and are 40g lighter.

Comfort was the main thing (I have a bad back and do a lot of long distance riding) and these still roll better than most everything else out there. And they are also better than the carbons as far as puncture resistance which really sealed the deal for me.

antokelly 01-29-15 09:22 AM


Originally Posted by antokelly (Post 17500770)
Dolan Bikes - Dolan l'Étape Carbon Road Frameset.
building it up with shimano 11 speed either 105 or ultegra.
if it rides as good as it looks i'll be a happy camper.
oh should have said i got the blue/white and black frameset.click pic for bigger pic.:thumb:

got my shimano 5800 groupset today from chainreaction very impressed looks fantastic, just need carbon spacers/bottle cages/bartape and i'm sorted.im praying my new 9 speed whels do the job i have new tyres on them they look great.

playback2004 01-30-15 01:52 AM

Bought a silver Origin8 brake system + bars and tape for a fixie conversion from amazon. And a feedback stand for the new bike.

JonnyV 01-31-15 11:02 PM

Kinetic Rock and Roll trainer 2.0. So much better than my old magnetic trainer!

Kamau 02-01-15 03:22 PM

5800 Compact Crankset courtesy of Nashbie Bar, last piece of the puzzle :)

zatopek 02-01-15 06:33 PM

Griffen Kompresser boron carbide aluminum metal matrix composite frame from R&A cycles. With some newly ordered parts on the way, I hope to have it up and running by next weekend. After riding my Litec magnesium frame today, reminding me just how great the ride quality of that frame material truly is, I can't wait to ride the Griffen.

asiantrick 02-02-15 11:07 AM

https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7449/...b27a1b1a00.jpg

just picked her up last week. Surprisingly the superSIX is more comfortable than my Felt Z2 Endurance bike.

bouldergeek 02-02-15 11:17 AM

14 tooth fixed cog for my new-to-me track bike.

Picked up a 1080p waterproof sport cam from Amazon for $95. Figured it would be fun for skiing, riding, motorcycling.

jemdet 02-02-15 11:18 AM

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http://i.imgur.com/p5VTZyi.jpg

... And some Dura Ace PD-7401's... and some Look PP-206's... and some Delta cleats. I'm doing a little bit of time traveling

jaxgtr 02-05-15 05:07 PM

Carbon post for my Synapse, SRAM Rival group for my wife's bike.

Lou Skannon 02-05-15 05:36 PM

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Ninja style balaclava; at least the helmet fits over it and I'm not cold. From Marks Workwear.

Torker 02-05-15 07:29 PM

Park PCS-9 work stand

http://i1378.photobucket.com/albums/...pszdcryysk.jpg

bmcphx 02-05-15 08:53 PM

http://www.backcountry.com/images/it...Y/MATNEOOR.jpg

spdntrxi 02-05-15 09:08 PM

EE cycleworks brakes and Aican Bungares

alexaschwanden 02-05-15 09:09 PM

A subway blackforest ham sandwich for lunch.

TACTIC 02-05-15 10:50 PM

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I finally installed the matching Cane Creek 110 Series upper on the Tactic LE.

http://bikeforums.net/attachment.php...hmentid=432716

dvdslw 02-06-15 05:25 PM


Originally Posted by asiantrick (Post 17521924)
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7449/...b27a1b1a00.jpg

just picked her up last week. Surprisingly the superSIX is more comfortable than my Felt Z2 Endurance bike.

That is one Sexy Bike!!!!

dvdslw 02-06-15 05:29 PM

Found a deal on a Fizik Cyrano 00 Carbon bar (Bull) and Cyrano Stem over at Price Point today, Bar $229 and stem $59. The bar alone usually retails for $350-$400. Now if I could just find the new Cyrano 00 Seatpost to match, looks like it hasn't hit the market yet?


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