Most people don't get fetish porn filmed in your neighbourhood. When I did, that shit went global. Just saying.
Can someone give me a DOB breakdown so I properly know who's side to take?
Is that an Arundel cage on the left arm? Good choice
I always thought this look suited you more
Let's be honest - both of them require far more shaving effort than I'm prepared to give.
That does look like my undershirt has become an overshirt though.
You've got to appreciate the moisture wicking properties of a stainless steel base layer
v boomer response
Gen x 1965-1979
Gen z 1995+
But all pretty subjective really.
A boomer response would've been to ban/sack you all and then suggest you didn't work hard enough to get onto this glorious forum.
Smart enough to know we've been fucked and not apathetic enough to think Mr Gov will fix it.
Anyway, bike forum, did I mention 1x is fucking dumb yet?
Yeah, I'm an edge case. Very fucking edgy case. Send the guys with the white suits
Has anyone on here got a bokeh?
Today was windy AF by the coast so I took a shortcut.
Of those two, the Sutra is more suited to bikepacking and touring and the Ritchey for general riding + bikepacking, if that makes sense.
I'd go for the Ritchey.
I like that picture.
Cheers, think I'm going to have to pass on the Outback due to budget. Was going to get the Kona but the LBS told me 13kg so I held fire. Now looking at the Condor Bivio potentially but again budget and delays... wonder if the Brother Mehteh is the go or is the Croix de Fer 30 worth settling on (11.44kg)?
If you care about weight why buying a steel frame at all?
Dolan told me this was available about a month ago. It's a carbonda fork from what I can tell. Also, it was in black, not green.
Have you looked at Spa Cycles Elan?
Looks like they're getting new colours in stock this year too. Edit: added full build option.
Genesis CdF seem to be out of stock until 2022 in most places. If you're not averse to building a bike up I'd go with @Fforiwr 's suggestion of a Spa Cycles Elan (though you might have to look high and low for some parts).
Just put down a deposit on a mason bokeh ekar. Hopefully arriving in june. I am rather excited.
at risk of being a "get this totally different thing person", might be worth considering an alloy cx bike? especially if weight is a concern, along with longer rides day rides?
most take 35-40c, easily built sub 10kg, big tyres make them more than compliant, can be had for next to nothing because they're terribly unfashionable. love a good steel gravel bike, but between all the ones i've ridden none were light/ exciting for a mixed surface day ride, often found my alloy caadx done that a bit better.
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Be nice to find a zolder pro in small lurking in a unused cx cupboard.
You can like steel and not want a 13kg bike. Aluminium is great though.
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