Down the rabbit hole of Riding the Spine (including gear reviews from 2006 - at least 8 gears and V-brakes recommended) - awesome stuff.
I think that this is a pretty cool idea, from Simworks.
It’s been done before, Blackburn I think?
Thanks, hadn't seen it previously.
This one is made by Nitto.
Yeah I own the previous version of the Potluck, SimWorks since added the adjustable doodads to that one also. It’s a good rack.
Nice, Nitto makes some good stuff.
I always have to click twice or thrice to move it up to the big ring/small ring. So I guess that would mean minor clicks? :)
Yeah, trim to be precise! The older shifter doesn’t really have a set click (ratchet friction like the left hand shimano bar end shifter) mean in theory it may able to run a triple if there’s enough to pull the cable through all 3 chainring.
@bankiren Oddcycles T.G.A.C superfunctional
holy pie plate, batman.
the Eagle has landed
^^^ 9/10 needs silver RD and cassette
Spotted this in the bike racks at work. I figured it belonged either here or in the 'how not to lock your bike' thread, but the racks and dyno tipped it. Not sure how functional the (fake?) leather bikepacking bags are, mind...
Leather looks too #supple to be fake to me.
I'm hoping it rides a lot better than it looks.
Bar end mirror takes it straight to beardy-weirdy territory for me.
The true heroes of this thread
Fork for the 931 CDF, saucy.
Oh, definitely, all the details point that way (Thudbuster seatpost! Whatever the hell's going on next to the cable ties on the bars!); I realise I also inadvertently cropped out the horizontal milk bottle mudflap coming off the read mudguard...
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