If the "in field" sections of the course aren't muddy bog, does it count as wet?
I enjoyed the muddy bog race (Fayetteville), but in general I'd agree, maybe not enough features to make things truly interesting.
in the mounting instructions pdf (below the picture in the link you posted) it shows dynamo cables exiting the vertical support by the seatstay/rack eyelet mount.
looks like a very well engineered rack.
Could you use something like this:
Combined with something mounted to a stem face plate, or, perhaps better, somehow mounted underneath an out front garmin mount? I've done similar with a go pro,I'm sure someone here has done similar with a dyno light.
Edit: have a look down this page:
Yes, valid argument for Swanley, Herne Hill, and Crystal Palace
Just build another bike
Tom Gloag and Isaac Mundy on the Senior men startlist for CP tomorrow :/
It's true, overshadowed by Colbrelli's celebrations etc.
It doesn't seem like too many young pros excel at PR, maybe andyp has the scoop. He's had some decent results this year already.
Me too :(
Big Phil is back!
I'm not sure me or my basement can sustain 3 tyre systems D:
I am tempted though, But I only have the brakes, and not a bike to put them on thus far
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