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Discussion in 'Australia' started by clarky, Dec 27, 2009.
I like a happy ending.
Your back-up bike is better than my best bike.
Don't we wish. But keep if this was the case, another wish would be run down the fuel tank,
Yikes!!! 25 years back, a Dura-Ace group-set was around $3K retail, and that INCLUDED brake calipers, and cransk-set.
With lockdown I've put on weight. Used to ride up it all the time... now I'm getting about half way.
Right angled turn at the bottom ..good test of brakes.
Half your luck, I'm at the top of the hill, so every ride finishes with a climb. A steep climb. A long steep climb. That's why I use amperage for assistance.
I hope you handed-in your man-card Woody.
Hey .. you finish your ride ready for a beer and shower, I start my ride ready for a beer and shower.
Did that years ago Jak, It was the wrong colour and clashed with my blouse....
Meanwhile.....12 yo son was riding my heavebike and I was on the levo sl. Frk that old thing is heavy !
Think I'd need a Cheater bike if i lived up your way too.
Look forward to getting out of the state and doing the Thredbo valley track again, and the new extension track to trout hatchery.
Will need to get some training in before i attempt the whole thing tho.
Jards found some of rocky switch-backs really tough with tired legs when she did the Snowey MTB festival.
No men here.
Show and Tell time
My new CX race bike turned up today YEEEEESSSS!! However, after only getting to 2 races in 2 seasons........... Thanks to COVID and living in metro Melbourne (so NOT the place to be) ......... and maybe, just maybe, the last race of the season in late November may go ahead and I will get to give the newy a spin.......please, please, please
Noice! I just Googled it, even with the cash I got from my last to motorcycle sales, I'd still need to dip into savings.
Nice ride but it would appear that the derailleur cable is exceptionally long and could get snagged easily.
A shorter exposed inner cable = a longer outer. You could zip tie a section of outer to cover the inner .. still leaves the outer to be snagged.
Shorten both by quite a few cm.
It's a pretty thing.
Too old and shoulders buggered to throw bikes on roof rack carriers now (and had 3 mishaps in the past), so towbar carriers it is when taking multiple bikes.
(Just throw my bike in the back of wagon if on my own)
Needed a swing-out rack or attachment to access rear hatch (when rear seats up).
A few manufactures make swing-out racks and/or attachments for pushies.
They are spendy and only rated for pushies.
Decided to make a heavy-duty attachment so i can use my motorcycle carrier and trials bike too.
A few measurements and sketches and then cut loose in the workshop.
40+ manhours later..........
That's very nice Jak. Really nice work.
A couple of questions.
What was the cost code for those man hours and what job were they booked to?
Secondly, did the lightening work on the gusset make a difference to how the MUX handled?
Speed holes man, race shit!