🌞 It's obviously still there
There's no cross country skiing-gravel in Lida
Took a dive trough the parts bin and built this up. Had forgotten how much riding fixed was, also as risk averse/coward the discs really adds to the enjoyment. Come ice I'll put a studded tire up front and lose the reflectors up front.
The Roubaix bike is up and rolling. It's not fully dialed in but I'm really happy with it. Satisfying feeling riding something of your own making (albeit with a tremendous amount of help)!
Due to a broken SRAM shifter, I had to make a last minute change of plans and bikes. Fairly happy with the set up even if there are some things that I want to change, on the top of the list is to bring some paracord for raising the bivy top (the humidity was bad) and adding a traditional sleeping mat, as my cheap inflatable one kept on leaking air through the night...
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