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Old 01-24-14, 05:04 PM
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So...what'd you buy?
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Old 01-24-14, 05:11 PM
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I bought this from Scrod's shop last week for my Izumi V:

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Old 01-24-14, 05:22 PM
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got this for the bk couple weeks ago. love em!
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Endura strike gloves, a tube and a rimstrip.
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300 custom of these:

Well only one is for mine. 108 specifically.
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Worked last Saturday so my paycheck was too big to not spend. It's the Fitzroy and it's amazing so far, fit my old bag+everything in it + a 24pack on top with room to spare.
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cheap 29er fork from REI garage sale that fits the surly knard.
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Ordered a quill stem adapter and another stem for my Bianchi. Should be here today!
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More parts!


Also HED rear track hub conversion with Dura Ace 14t cog and lockring.
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I just noticed the title of this thread.
@carleton is a masochist.
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minus the pedals, plus a bunch of other ish. My bank account cries.
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Worked last Saturday so my paycheck was too big to not spend. It's the Fitzroy and it's amazing so far, fit my old bag+everything in it + a 24pack on top with room to spare.
That bags bad ass I want one. I'm still using a 1 strap R.E Load bag, Not for long though.
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forte titan front wheel, on sale, for the fg
some tubes, a few 60mm stem length for the crabon wheels, a few more regular 700x23x 48mm stem
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minus the pedals, plus a bunch of other ish. My bank account cries.
You got the pedals too?
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minus the pedals
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That bags bad ass I want one. I'm still using a 1 strap R.E Load bag, Not for long though.
Went grocery shopping with it today and I'm used to sizing up what I can/can't carry with my old bag, gonna have to relearn what I can buy now(Used to be only able to shop for 2-3 days at a time).

Bought these since I'm gonna swap to a 3-bolt on my track and touring bike(once I build it).
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Went grocery shopping with it today and I'm used to sizing up what I can/can't carry with my old bag, gonna have to relearn what I can buy now(Used to be only able to shop for 2-3 days at a time).
Once you get a rear rack with basket, you will never look back .
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nope.
Derp a derp derp derp; how did I miss that when I got the bank account part?
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Bought a trainer tire in december. I should get my bike out of the garage and use it
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i just noticed the title of this thread.
@carleton is a masochist.
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