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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Zodiac, Jul 10, 2006.
I don't recall where I read it.
That led me to the Vertical Limit series at the same site and way more than I ever needed to know about bike manufacturing and marketing.
Just got back from 4ish hours on the bike. Flat. No headwind. Nope. None at all.
...and if you believe that, I've got this great bridge!
If you're looking at a bike at the "thousands" price point, what are you looking at?
Spent 3 hours on the mtb trails today... with a Stihl chainsaw. Lugging that think around was like . Now I feel like . An external frame pack would have come in handy. Forearms and shoulders are shot.
There's a backpack out there that has a chainsaw holder built into it. The brand slips me, at the moment.
Probably the most obvious reason they all look so similar is that decades of experimenting with different frames and suspension designs have taught engineers the basic 'formula' guaranteed to produce the best results. After that, it's just a matter of testing and refining it using sophisticated computer analysis. In any type of design, if you begin with a well known set of engineering criteria which everyone else is using, the results will necessarily be very similar. In some cases they may be so close as to appear identical.
5.5 hrs in the saddle today for 100.4 mi. I had 95 mi. when I got to the house, so I rode around the neighborhood to make up the difference. Garbage miles, but I really wanted my first century.
Everything from my navel to my knees is on strike. I'll be in my bunk.
It is kind of pricey.
The external frame pack is not a bad way to go.
Does anyone else bemoan the loss of grease nipples? Fresh grease in from time to time pushes out dirty grease and provides a barrier from water and dust ingress
maybe if your ENTIRE BB is full of grease, *AND* all the vent holes to the other frame tubes are plugged.
and with modern sealed cartridge bearings? hah. would be useless.
I don't miss cottered cranks, either.
That's the one.
I love it!!
File this under WTF?!
165mm stem?! :eek1
Didn't know such a critter existed.
Caption said 'custon made.'
Uhh yeah. I'd say!