fnugh, that's fantastic. amazing how well that bike's aged.
Such love for that stage. I genuinely changed my honeymoon plans after watching that stage, to go to Turin purely so I could ride finestre. Then went back the following year and did the exact same holiday. I'll do the same this year if I can.
This is nice too, if a bit of PR guff
that's brilliant, thank you
Also the cable outer would protect your frame from the movements of the cable and protect the cable from any humidity in the tubes (i think?)
you should always pick thyme after dark, as night thyme is the right thyme
canti brakes, 1 1/8 headtube and same geometry as my road bike. turns out for cross I prioritse weight and aesthetics over stiffness
I was just looking for a photo to prove polydrops aren't hideous - but couldn't and found this instead. I think a perfect of example of someone asking too much from a custom frame
that sounds very similar to what I got. The only thing I'd suggest is to reconsider a 44mm headtube. If you're tall then it can add a lot of weight to the frame for not much benefit other than the availability of disc forks. Imo 44mm headtubes are totally unessecary on a steel frame and it's really annoying that so few people make 1 1/8 disc forks.
paragon machine works polydrops are a nice solution for rear drops outs too and to an extent future proof against axle size changes
My local Goregous Brewery are doing 24 bottle cases of Gyrocopter for £40 and other beers for £50 delivered which seems like a pretty good deal to me
I'm in my second week of the Perky Blenders 6 week coffee club and despite the utterly dreadful brand name the blends of the month have been great. Plus they sponsor a bike team (Stayer) so probably are quite nice people.
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