Not to worry it is my room mates build who I had initially split the geared bike with the intentions of sharing... Any and all decisions about parts or setup will be his choice
I was contemplating moving to Canada.
I've been, but it'd have to be the West Coast.
Vancouver's beautiful and gets four proper seasons.
I've been to Toronto and the lakes. Would bang. Skrtluv is putting me off.
Highly likely you'd never bump into him.
Montreal is the best city in Canada.
Plz give this your best srtluv, some people don\t have faith
I've heard this. Can vouch for vancouver. Lovley people
Born and raised in the "peg" then moved out to the Best'coast....
I'm wanting to up my rain game with some fenders
skrtluv machine spotted out in the wild the other day, always a pleasure to run into the man himself!
There's another one of you - cool!
Any suggestions on how to anchor down front end in 45 mph winds?>
As we all know, air is very light. How much air do you have in your front tyre? Let some out and it will become heavier.
keep doing you skrtluv
Fill you handlebars with lead - failing that sand.
Glad to see you've survived the bachelore party unskathed... Can't wait to see your serotta rolling
This thread reminds me of The Bing Bang Theorie; 'Shame on all of you'. But still, so funny.
Talk about upping the rain game....
Just picked up some propper raizors for the rain monkey bars to match up with thomson stem..
Oh and another recent hand me down,...
Black 170mm vero cranks along with sugino 42 tooth messenger chainring
Triple post bonus combo....
Planning to find the widest possible tire to fit into the felt since the seatpost is siezed into the frame due to the 3years of dedicated wet weather use
You own a wet weather bike? You appear to be one step ahead of the game.
Not entirely sure I've ever owned a bike that was built solely for inclement conditions.
My hope is to muck around on this build in order to save/prolong the life of the gearsets on the other bikes
How does the wide tyre counteract the stuck seat post? Maybe due to increase in torque?
I think I've answered my own question. Thanks
Words mean nuthing without pictures...
Might be fun relearning pop wheelie bar spins with 650c front wheel
Went a different route with bar/stem
I was going to ask why you have a setback seat post yet have your saddle mounted at the back of its rails (and pointing downwards too). Then I remembered there is no logic to your bike setups.
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