Dibs super c and bagman...pm sent.
Here's the one I bought, best bike I've owned and the cheapest by far.
I like Werthers originals....does that mean I'm old?
Don't forget as well, it's not a race and depending on your fitness levels, should still easily make the controls.
I've had quite a lot of measured (and audited) success with clients who suffer from paranoia and / or psychosis - by simply working collaboratively on anxiety (cognitive restructuring and behavioural activation finishing off with Padeskey's 'Personal Model of Resilience). Quite astounding really, that CBT has come so far from humble beginnings.
I agree that does sound a bit short for the flat lands.
This is useful and I've had clients who've found it interesting...
Sheldon agrees...1/8" x 4 = 1/2". Theoretically I've enough for 6 tooth difference.
Tried the 19 tonight, no slower, no faster. Which is a good start.
Oh nice, I was thinking off sticking a 15 on for the flat coastal bits. Now I know it is do-able.
5 tooth on a double fixed or did you change at the hill climb?
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