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Fendertele 06-02-21 09:13 AM

Specialized power arc saddle.

WorldIRC 06-02-21 06:50 PM

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IcySwan1 06-03-21 10:14 AM

Tubelss 25c Bontrager R3s on Domane 4.0

Mike

primov8 06-03-21 05:29 PM

We’ve got a month long, family trip starting in July coming up. We’re driving cross country and back, with our bikes in tow. I decided to get a Feedback Sports Omnium portable trainer w/progressive resistance. Just something to have for those days I can’t ride on the road.

WorldIRC 06-04-21 05:39 AM

I bought the Specialized Stem Accessory Mount to replace my K-Edge.


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surveyor6 06-04-21 06:08 AM

New sissy bar. I had a little structural issue with the old one.
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jadocs 06-04-21 06:31 AM


Originally Posted by Sy Reene (Post 22067347)
Made the $1/gram cut by shaving 35 grams against the older pump (that was getting a bit hinky with the hose). Nice and tiny nestled in its cage mount bracket, but I hope to never have to use it :thumb:

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Lezyne Grip Drive HP

I just picked one up too as a backup to my Co2 system. I've actually been re looking the tools I am carrying and wanted two things...The first that the tools were actually usable. In other words, I didn't want some multi-tool that could have problems accessing a bolt or problems getting a grip on. The second was everything needed to be compact and fit in the back of my jersey pocket (I dislike saddle bags). Finding a tool that was really usable took a little research, but I found this ratchet with extension and all the bits made by Prestacycle. The ratchet mechanism is rated to 60Nm which means you can take off a pedal if needed. It also has a calibrated torque mechanism on the end which can be used for tightening anything from 2-10Nm. Everything fits in the neoprene sunglass case at the top.

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GBK233 06-07-21 07:39 PM

Muc-off tire sealant
Air Shot tire booster
A few smaller jerseys and a smaller pair of bike shorts(lost 38lbs so far)
Pedal wrench
Helmet rain cover
Chamois cream

Esthetic 06-11-21 08:24 PM

New shoes for the Felt.
 
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Picked up these lightly used cl50 wheels locally as my rear zipp 30 alloy with Felt brand hub was on its last legs . Regreased the internals on these, centerlock rotors i had socked into the parts bin last year for a rainy day (oem setup was 6 bolt) and the Conti clinchers just showed up today from westernbikeworks. Tomorrow morning i'll deal with the rotor rub and take it for a tester.

gios 06-12-21 09:41 PM

these two are on the way...

Sidi Genius 7 SR Mega 43 (Open Box)

SH-51 SPD cleat set

sjammer 06-12-21 10:23 PM

Pick this up today.

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momoman 06-12-21 10:36 PM

Just received a 50/34 silver FSA 110 BCD set of chainrings I bought on EBay. Silver FSA chainrings for that BCD size are hard to find. The set is a takeoff and never used.


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Sy Reene 06-13-21 06:50 AM

10mm hex for the crank
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primov8 06-13-21 02:02 PM

Not that my wife would ever notice, but I swapped out the OE thru axles on her new Liv Avail AR for a set of thru axles from RAP.

Broctoon 06-13-21 02:26 PM

Carbon fork from a Pinarello Dogma F10. It was previously owned but as-new condition, for a very reasonable price. I put it on my Parallax track bike.

Schweinreiter 06-13-21 07:49 PM

A tossup ...
 
I just received some eBay goodies. A Positron FFS rear derailleur shift lever and a NOS rear derailleur shift cable to go with it. Both bought after I decided that the kludged* repair I made isn't fitting for the 1980 Schwinn Suburban I'm riding lately.

I just bought (but haven't received) a repair stand on Amazon because I'm tired of working on a pair of plastic sawhorses.

* If you understand the plastic sawhorses, you'd know what a 'kludge' is. In this case, a barrel shaped cable connector screwed on in place of the original end that broke off. This necessitated hogging out the socket in the shifter lever to accommodate the larger diameter barrel. Also, cutting off the screw head to fit.

Danhedonia 06-14-21 08:54 AM

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Esthetic 06-16-21 05:26 AM

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First experience buying from Lordgun.com
Best prices on the net i found on these parts, shipped Fed Ex Global offset just some of the savings however arrived in 3 days to NJ and still saved well below per item compared to other options atm.

WhyFi 06-16-21 07:05 AM


Originally Posted by Esthetic (Post 22104249)
First experience buying from Lordgun.com
Best prices on the net i found on these parts, shipped Fed Ex Global offset just some of the savings however arrived in 3 days to NJ and still saved well below per item compared to other options atm.

Yup, I've ordered from them a few times, and pretty much the same experience. They can have some great prices, but you've gotta factor in the shipping - for one or two items, it might not be worth it, but if you're buying a handful of items, you might not find a better deal.

GBK233 06-18-21 11:51 AM

when you ride wearing that…do you routinely run late and end up arriving at the wrong house?

Danhedonia 06-18-21 04:12 PM


Originally Posted by GBK233 (Post 22107712)
when you ride wearing that…do you routinely run late and end up arriving at the wrong house?

Lately I've been enjoying the pleasures of lab-to-table EPO - you really ought to try it. You really can sense the terroir of the lab. My EPO had overtones of reused disinfectant, and notes of kidney failure on the finish.

Sy Reene 06-19-21 05:36 PM

I've been intrigued by their Speedplay adapter, and will eventually give it a try. But for now, just looking for a mid-priced summer shoe. A bit of bling can't hurt. Right?


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Northwave Mistral Plus

Russ Roth 06-19-21 08:18 PM

Found I needed a shorter, 165mm crank for the track bike, the picks have been slim but I found a stronglight crank. Wish it'd shown up yesterday but it arrived 10 min after I got home from TTown. The BB was nice but the crank is jewelry with lots of machining on the back of the chainring. Could only get a 49t so I'll try a 49/14 but probably have to get a 52 to run 52/15. Took 1/2# off getting the bike down to 21.78, think I need a new frame next. Didn't get any unboxing pics.

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surveyor6 06-20-21 10:03 AM

New single ring crankset for my Flightliner. I bent a crank arm on my existing cheap crankset during cornering.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/29392822557...53.m2749.l2648
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jaxgtr 06-21-21 07:02 PM

Set of Pirelli p zero race Classic in 28mm.

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