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Posted By crashwins

Whew...hmmmm ok maybe I'm being a little hasty....

Whew...hmmmm ok maybe I'm being a little hasty. As someone buy, builds, and sells a lot of bikes, I recognize anything small as a no-go, but I never even thought about selling to a place like Japan....
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Posted By crashwins

Hahha. I actually didn't create these images..For...

Hahha. I actually didn't create these images..For some reason she had them, I'm guessing from wherever she got the bike. Ok, thanks a lot for the advice! I think I'll sit out on this phone. If it fit...
12-03-13, 08:26 AM
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Posted By crashwins

Thanks for the help. Just followed your advice....

Thanks for the help. Just followed your advice. Yeah, looks like a 53cm-ish. I'm 5'11 so this would probably be a resale for me.
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Posted By crashwins

Appraisal help with this vintage Colnago

Could use some advice from anyone in the know. I dabble in road biking, but spend most of my time on a mtn bike. Someone is offering me this bike as a trade for some expensive, custom furniture -...
12-03-13, 07:50 AM
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Posted By crashwins

Appraisal of this vintage Colango?

Could use some advice from anyone in the know. I dabble in road biking, but spend most of my time on a mtn bike. Someone is offering me this bike as a trade for some expensive, custom furniture -...
10-20-13, 07:06 AM
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Posted By crashwins

What to get? Gunnar, Volume, etc...

I need a replacement bike for my Seven. I'm going back to SS for my road rides because I just do much gain/loss anymore. This is really just to supplement my man biking. There are so many...
Forum: Road Cycling
05-22-13, 01:57 PM
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Posted By crashwins

Thanks folks...Yeah I was pretty certain of using...

Thanks folks...Yeah I was pretty certain of using 45s until I checked out the foot guide thing, which placed me at a solid 44. Of course, that's probably not a guide that's shoe specific so I'm a...
Forum: Road Cycling
05-22-13, 08:51 AM
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Posted By crashwins

SIDI Genius 5 Road shoe fit?

Anyone have experience with these? I'm a 150 miles from the nearest retailer to try them on.

I'm a solid size 11 in Nike, Clark, just about everything except Keen where the toe box is wider and I...
05-03-13, 09:03 AM
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Posted By crashwins

Easy..I saw your post. Sorry, I'm not interested...

Easy..I saw your post. Sorry, I'm not interested in a conversion and a 52 is well small, unfortunately. Good luck with the sale.
05-03-13, 07:24 AM
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Posted By crashwins

Ok, sounds good. I think 54 would probably be...

Ok, sounds good. I think 54 would probably be fine and I'm ok with a little gamble. I had a 54 CX bike once and it felt good at that size. I can't get any info on Gunnar's site on their forks. I have...
05-03-13, 06:43 AM
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Posted By crashwins

Thanks folks for the advice. Lots of good...

Thanks folks for the advice. Lots of good information here. I've really liked what I've read on the Gunnar. Finding them used isn't easy, but I did find a frame that's a 54, which I'm a little...
05-02-13, 12:51 PM
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Posted By crashwins

Thanks. Surly is another I overlooked....

Thanks. Surly is another I overlooked. Steamroller is steel and pretty sweet. No experience with the NSF then?
05-02-13, 12:30 PM
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Posted By crashwins

**Shopping for a steel SS road frame

Hi folks. Just joined this forum to get some feedback on a bike purchase.

I'm looking to build up a street/road SS bike. My background is lots of road riding, but these days I'm almost exclusively...
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