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I Still Love My Windsor Hour!

Old 09-21-19, 06:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Impetus
In an effort to save this thread, I present my windsor hour:



Just moved closer to work so I dusted off the old bike and have been cycling to work for the past three months. Bought some nice upgrades along the way. Super happy with it.
what is that seatpost? i love it!
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Originally Posted by cocoabeachcrab
what is that seatpost? i love it!
Miche Supertype. Love the little mm tickmarks on the side of the post, makes it easy to do adjustments to height without guessing
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Originally Posted by Impetus
Miche Supertype. Love the little mm tickmarks on the side of the post, makes it easy to do adjustments to height without guessing
thanks!
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Has anyone installed a Sunlite Pillar Suspension Seat Post on their Windsor? If so, how much has it improved the ride?
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Originally Posted by HourPlus
Has anyone installed a Sunlite Pillar Suspension Seat Post on their Windsor? If so, how much has it improved the ride?
I doubt it, does it really ride that bad?

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Nah...I"m getting used to it. In fact I kinda like the stiffness of the 95+psi ride. I did, however, get a pinch flat doing a bad version of a bunny hop over a pothole the other day.

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