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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by kbasa, Mar 15, 2009.
I am digging the pedals, and the sew up stowed under the seat.
I ain't sayin nuthin. I still a. have the pedals and b. still ride tubies.
The ride. oh my... the ride!
I built a set of tubular wheels for the bike I have pictured. I do like the ride, but ride clinchers.
Motorcycles are dangerous.
Walter Gropius house in Lincoln, Oznerol? Lincoln's a nice town to ride in, isn't it?
It's a Trek, that's all I know.
Me too. Useta be there were guys out on tubies that IF you flatted a few times, you still had a spare. Any more, yer prolly the only one out there on em unless yer racing track or cross.
I've hadta call for a ride a grand total of once. I'm planning on keepin it that way!
Cannondale Rush 5sl
Beater/Commuter/Lock it up and hope it oesn't get stolen, but if it does oh well.
Bianchi Axis Cyclocross bike. I use it offroad, longer road rides, and this summer some touring.
Yep, that's the Gropius House. Nice catch.
Lincoln's a good riding area. The roads aren't always in great condition, but the traffic is pretty minimal and the scenery is pretty great for being only a couple miles outside 128.
I gave up on finishing the GSXR and parted it out, but the Mondonico custom built by Antonio has been ridden constantly the last 6 yarrs.
My Salsa El Santo I built Last year. I am running it as a 1x9 with a 36t front. Great trail bike. I may even hit up a race or two this year.
I'm liking mine. The pinched nerve in my neck made me give up the mtn bike. So far this is OK for the kind of riding I do now.
If your knees give you trouble, try some of the speedplay pedals. Easy to clip in and out if once you are used to them, and lots of float to move your feet.
I've never had knee problems.
You sure you wanted to quote my post?
I rode Speedplays for years. Mtn AND road. Love em. Then I started racing track with dual strap pedals and switched to SPD-Rs. Don't bother. They suck ass.
Right about then, Speedplay came out with the limited float series and I just haven't moved away from Shimano pedals. The SPD-SLs are great!
I'll see what I can do about takin a pic of my shop and bikes here 'soon.'
Didn't know if you had knee problems, but going to the speedplays sure made mine feel better, just sayin'.
I had em when the choice was Ti or steel. I rode steel 'cause I was always right at the limit that they set weight-wise.
We're about to have another bike to show. This one's gonna live in UT...
I'll let the inmate out himself here soon.
Rivendell Romulus, 63 cm: