When I called them they said "well within 10 days". Mixed messages don't help in managing expectations, innit.
Not that I can use the wheel right now, I'd just like to know what g'wan.
Still nothing from Powertap, I wonder if SRM will beat them to it? (Posted off SRM yesterday).
Here's this mornings run - I'm in Z3 where I'd expect to be Z2: strava.com/activities/201864052/heartrate
TW- yes, of course.
I'm in Colorado at the moment and have been for a number of short (5k) runs, HR is higher for the PE level and climbs are harder work than they should be at the moment.
Interested to see if I will adapt, and if so by how much over the next week and a half.
I'll be using R685 on the new cross bike, with either 105 or Ultegra mechs.
Thinking at the moment is 105 due to being the cheapest to replace, but "because showbike" we might go Ultegra.
I have some room in my suitcase, for hub sized boxes at least.
However- 9 working days into my 10 working day repair of my Powertap and total silence still
It's about the bike, but there's certainly room to appreciate all those that helped - which you did, for free, on your day off.
I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the photographs.
I'm flying to Colorado tomorrow, I'm hoping that I'll spot a '68 912 parked up on the side of the road with a sign saying "for sale, $9,000", and I'll strike a bargain on the spot for one of our bikes in exchange for the car.
In other news, 242:
It is, but sadly that's too much work for me to take on at the moment - thanks for posting it.
The BB7 MTB caliper that is on the fork is part of a pair, both of which are available- £50/pair.
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