Go Back  Bike Forums > Search Forums
Reload this Page >

Search Results

Notices
 
Search: Posts Made By: TNCLR
Showing results 1 to 50 of 877
Search took 0.42 seconds.
12-06-08, 09:45 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,818
Posted By TNCLR

http://www.micklarkins.com/news/uploaded_images/pa...

http://www.micklarkins.com/news/uploaded_images/pancake_rabbit-757968.jpg
12-03-08, 10:18 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,142
Posted By TNCLR

Big money Zipps.

Big money Zipps.
12-03-08, 01:13 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,142
Posted By TNCLR

They are one-offs made for trade shows, etc. Not...

They are one-offs made for trade shows, etc. Not offered for sale.
11-29-08, 01:01 AM
Replies: 9
Views: 868
Posted By TNCLR

What diameter is the seattube? Is the bottom...

What diameter is the seattube? Is the bottom bracket/fork English or Italian threaded? From the photos, I'd say any number of local Aussie builders is a safe bet.
11-29-08, 12:52 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 494
Posted By TNCLR

It takes several weeks of riding before a Brooks...

It takes several weeks of riding before a Brooks even begins to break in. Patience.
11-28-08, 03:18 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 374
Posted By TNCLR

Welcome to the 1990's.

Welcome to the 1990's.
11-20-08, 12:16 AM
Replies: 17
Views: 7,688
Posted By TNCLR

I've had several Hatta headsets go ****ty on me....

I've had several Hatta headsets go ****ty on me. The locknuts easily strip and they became pitted after barely 2 years of use. Not exactly a $100 headset, IMO. The Tange is an affordable workhorse,...
11-18-08, 12:55 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 1,018
Posted By TNCLR

Both IRO and Mission Bicycles are made by Maxway,...

Both IRO and Mission Bicycles are made by Maxway, a Taiwanese company. There is no "re-branding" going on.
11-12-08, 04:05 PM
Replies: 38
Views: 2,023
Posted By TNCLR

Nothing in cycling is standardized. The closest...

Nothing in cycling is standardized. The closest you'll get is probably a 5mm allen bolt.

The only sure thing when mating cranks/bottom bracket is to keep it all from the same manufacturer and...
11-12-08, 01:36 AM
Replies: 24
Views: 1,000
Posted By TNCLR

Ammonia. And it's spelled "steel" for christ...

Ammonia. And it's spelled "steel" for christ sakes.
11-06-08, 09:11 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 2,591
Posted By TNCLR

I've used those Torelli tires. They are the...

I've used those Torelli tires. They are the equivalent of an entry level, no frill tubular. Nothing special in terms of tread, puncture protection, etc. They do ride nice though. I'd happily buy...
11-05-08, 11:53 PM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

Send them an email: Somec...

Send them an email: Somec (http://www.somec.com/index.php)
11-05-08, 11:50 PM
Replies: 19
Views: 5,137
Posted By TNCLR

Looks like a Falcon to me too.

Looks like a Falcon to me too.
11-03-08, 01:39 AM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

They've always done the tulip cut-outs AFAIK....

They've always done the tulip cut-outs AFAIK. Those lugs with the "hearts" were used by many different builders.
11-02-08, 02:02 PM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

Ultimate Somec: ...

Ultimate Somec:

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1216/1184604780_07068a7991.jpg
11-02-08, 11:09 AM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

No, not necessarily. Tenax was made from the...

No, not necessarily. Tenax was made from the factory seconds of the heavy duty PS(?) tubing. Definitely not the lightest tubing Columbus ever made, but certainly good for an entry level track bike...
11-02-08, 10:52 AM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

In the Bay Area, $350 for a Somec is a good deal.

In the Bay Area, $350 for a Somec is a good deal.
11-01-08, 11:25 PM
Replies: 32
Views: 3,034
Posted By TNCLR

Oh it exists. See the original Schwinn Madison...

Oh it exists. See the original Schwinn Madison with Columbus Tenax. I'd also rank Aelle, Gara, and Thron as part of Columbus' "economical" offerings.
11-01-08, 04:45 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 694
Posted By TNCLR

EAI = Euro-Asia Imports. They are a supplier.

EAI = Euro-Asia Imports. They are a supplier.
10-26-08, 12:56 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 8,386
Posted By TNCLR

That's correct. 111mm is definitely C-Record. 109...

That's correct. 111mm is definitely C-Record. 109 is for NR/SR chainsets.
10-26-08, 12:53 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 449
Posted By TNCLR

Bernie Mikkelsen could help you. He's out on...

Bernie Mikkelsen could help you. He's out on Alameda. http://www.mikkelsenframes.com/
10-20-08, 11:03 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 323
Posted By TNCLR

They do not require cleats. You'll be fine with...

They do not require cleats. You'll be fine with regular sneakers.
10-09-08, 02:49 PM
Replies: 30
Views: 3,077
Posted By TNCLR

Most people avoid those hills (unless you're...

Most people avoid those hills (unless you're filming a dramatic scene for a video). There are several alternative routes that circumvent some of the gnarly climbs. It's also important to realize, the...
10-05-08, 10:31 PM
Replies: 38,868
Views: 4,472,547
Posted By TNCLR

Is that at Bloomer Park?

Is that at Bloomer Park?
10-05-08, 09:12 PM
Replies: 26
Views: 1,853
Posted By TNCLR

I'm with Adam on this one. ...

I'm with Adam on this one.
http://velospace.org/files/IMG_1648_pedal.jpg
10-03-08, 01:54 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 2,272
Posted By TNCLR

You might want to get in touch with the builders....

You might want to get in touch with the builders. They're still in business.

http://www.dentibiciclette.it/
09-29-08, 06:45 PM
Replies: 91
Views: 8,114
Posted By TNCLR

Those lugs are not the same. Yours have a nice...

Those lugs are not the same. Yours have a nice "curl" on the side of the headtube. They look like Cinelli lugs to me. Cinelli sold frame building parts to many, many builders FYI. That said, others...
09-29-08, 12:40 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 1,130
Posted By TNCLR

Sounds like a worn chain or cog to me. One of...

Sounds like a worn chain or cog to me. One of those two pieces isn't being seated properly causing it to "skip" when under pressure.

Sheldon Brown says:
"A new chain on a worn sprocket. Most of...
09-28-08, 04:55 PM
Replies: 91
Views: 8,114
Posted By TNCLR

That doesn't look like a Colnago to me either. Is...

That doesn't look like a Colnago to me either. Is there a serial number on the bottom bracket?
09-28-08, 12:38 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 457
Posted By TNCLR

You could say that if you knew how much steerer...

You could say that if you knew how much steerer tube he has to work with. But since we don't, you can't.
09-28-08, 12:37 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 457
Posted By TNCLR

Campy still makes a threaded Record headset. ...

Campy still makes a threaded Record headset.

http://www.dotbike.com/A_Resources/ProductImages000/P168_125.jpg
09-28-08, 11:40 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 457
Posted By TNCLR

The best I could come up with is from the 1998...

The best I could come up with is from the 1998 catalog. The Veloce headset, which appears to be a similar design to the C-Rec headset, is listed to have a stack height of 40.5mm.
09-28-08, 11:28 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 457
Posted By TNCLR

I've dug into some old catalogs and can't find...

I've dug into some old catalogs and can't find the stack height either. You're probably going to have to try and see.

I once switched out an old FSA threaded headset which looked to have a...
09-26-08, 05:27 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,172
Posted By TNCLR

Yeah, that seems wrong to me as well. I just...

Yeah, that seems wrong to me as well. I just checked Campy's site and they fail to disclose what BCD this years model uses. Business Cycles and QBP still lists them as 144. Doesn't seem to make a...
09-25-08, 06:23 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 1,630
Posted By TNCLR

I rode tubulars on the street for about a year. I...

I rode tubulars on the street for about a year. I never had a flat or any problems. I kept an extra tire in my bag, but never needed it. For tires, I used the Continental Gatorskin Sprinters. Hope...
09-23-08, 08:48 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,172
Posted By TNCLR

If it's not 144bcd, it's not a track crank....

If it's not 144bcd, it's not a track crank. Campagnolo has only used 151 and 144bcd for their Pista crank arms. 144bcd being the one used during the C-Record era.

Sounds like they were road cranks...
09-20-08, 01:34 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 709
Posted By TNCLR

I believe the Surly cogs are stamped, whereas the...

I believe the Surly cogs are stamped, whereas the EAI/DA cogs are laser cut. My first and only experience with a Surly cog required the use of a spacer to push it out from the hub flange far enough....
09-19-08, 11:12 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 709
Posted By TNCLR

Surly cogs are not good. Whoever is recommending...

Surly cogs are not good. Whoever is recommending them doesn't know what they're talking about. A standard EAI or Dura-Ace cog is far superior. They are also available in black. DA is probably cheaper...
09-19-08, 10:55 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 521
Posted By TNCLR

Need more info, pics, etc.

Need more info, pics, etc.
09-19-08, 02:26 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 799
Posted By TNCLR

http://velospace.org/files/IMG_1546_chainring.jpg

http://velospace.org/files/IMG_1546_chainring.jpg
09-19-08, 01:05 AM
Replies: 192
Views: 14,641
Posted By TNCLR

Very great.

Very great.
09-18-08, 10:54 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 799
Posted By TNCLR

Haha. I wasn't going to say anything!

Haha. I wasn't going to say anything!
09-18-08, 09:49 PM
Replies: 872
Views: 212,701
Posted By TNCLR

Hitoshi Konno made Cherubim Special ...

Hitoshi Konno made Cherubim Special

http://velospace.org/files/cherubim_complete.jpg
http://velospace.org/files/downtube_decal.jpg
09-18-08, 03:11 PM
Replies: 112
Views: 12,439
Posted By TNCLR

Last I heard, Mario Camilotto was still building...

Last I heard, Mario Camilotto was still building all the SC's at Cinelli. I believe he has been there since the late 70's. Mercian's are built by Derek Land who also started in the 70's. I don't know...
09-18-08, 12:35 AM
Replies: 112
Views: 12,439
Posted By TNCLR

It's important to note that what you're paying...

It's important to note that what you're paying for on a Vanilla are all those cute little details. It's definitely an "artisan" bike for people who can afford all those bells and whistles. If that's...
09-17-08, 11:25 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 799
Posted By TNCLR

111mm is the correct spindle length.

111mm is the correct spindle length.
09-17-08, 05:20 PM
Replies: 35
Views: 6,032
Posted By TNCLR

Torelli makes a nice old school skinwall...

Torelli makes a nice old school skinwall clincher. Availability online is spotty, unfortunately.
09-16-08, 06:54 PM
Replies: 164
Views: 8,717
Posted By TNCLR

Newsflash: No serious professional cyclist...

Newsflash: No serious professional cyclist competes on a lugged steel frame outside of Japan.

To discount a saddle with some "it's not what the pros use" analogy is laughable. Sadly, it's not...
09-16-08, 11:59 AM
Replies: 164
Views: 8,717
Posted By TNCLR

How many REAL riders use lugged steel frames? And...

How many REAL riders use lugged steel frames? And before you say "Keirin", there was a blog written by an Australian track cyclist who attended the Keirin training school in Japan. In that blog, he...
09-16-08, 12:52 AM
Replies: 164
Views: 8,717
Posted By TNCLR

Sheldon says: ""Revolutionary" saddle...

Sheldon says:

""Revolutionary" saddle designs come onto the market every year, and these new technologies have much to offer for many riders. Nevertheless, many others may be best served by a...
Showing results 1 to 50 of 877
 


 
Forum Jump

Contact Us - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Do Not Sell My Personal Information -

Copyright 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved. Use of this site indicates your consent to the Terms of Use.