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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Zodiac, Jul 10, 2006.
Cool! Thanks for the info.
thats gonna leave a mark.
What's the consensus here on Nashbar bicycles? I'm thinking of recommending a complete bike for a mate.
cheap chinese bikes for cheap. which beats cheap chinese bikes with a brand name for $$$$.
edit: which is to say.... consider them a bicycle kit. I would want to true up the wheels, regrease all the bearings, etc etc. assuming that your friend can do that sort of wrenching, they are a good deal. catch-22 in that you can't try the frame sizes out for fit and feel.
Looks like the whole front end broke off and he's still hanging onto the bars! Iiiiiiieeeeeeeeeee!
the guy in the red banadana is cringing
the guy crashing, his face is already deep imprinted on his front wheel :eek1
I think that might be Goo Mee.
waddaminute. the guy doing the tire plant isn't wearing a helmet. what kinda event /was/ this? I see spectators, so it must be some sort of event.
Probably made in the same factories everyone else's stuff is made in. Performance is a big enough company to back it up.
Try also: pricepoint's house brand, November, Performance (going to be same/same as Nashbar but with different decals)
how'd you like to have to shift like this:
Loosen the QR, move the rod that changes gears, retighten QR, try not to pull the wheel out of the dropouts, repeat as necessary
From Campy's 80th Anniv page
Thanks Gumme! That is awesome.
I have a friend who basically has all the stuff from say late 60's through the early 90's. Full Colnogo funny bike full Campy. And a Campy 50th anny groupo to boot. I think that is on his Colnago America. Full set of Campy tools too. And the cork screw.
You know where I'm at.
[Monster truck announcer]Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! [/MTA]
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Don't forget! RVV is Sunday.
More good stuff
Finding all kinds of good stuff tonite:
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This month's "Bicycling" has an excellent article on "The Passion of the Velodrome". It's worth a read.
I've said it before - and my wife is well aware of my dream but if I were to come into a significant amount of money, the lottery for example, I'd build a velodrome and establish a program that would benefit both locals and visitors.
A velodrom in Phoenix would be a wok in the summer.
But, a cool idea. The little bit I got to play on the training center track was very cool.
INDOOR! same as any other sports stadium in Hell-err-thesouthwaste.
Where's the fun in that?
Fewer critter issues I guess too.
You and I have the same dream! Wife also aware and approving here!