And I've bought a decent table saw! Just a 600 km round trip, but I get to see Handsome @Hulsroy which is always nice.
A tiny birch ply update.
I'm in Denmark, so a specific recommendation is probably useless. I'm not even sure I used the right term, but it's the straightedges used by pavers(?).
A cheaper alternative to a full length track and track saw is a builders straightedge (sorry if that is not the correct term). My 3 meter one was less than £20 and I've used it both to just run a regular circular saw along and as a guide to slide my 1400 mm track for my track saw along on longer cuts.
Yeah, they're not the lightest. But it'll have a full carbon Ritchey fork on come spring. And the brake judder seems to have disappeared going from original to CdF forks. Which was the main reason for changing.
Plain old GXP
The weird thing is that these had an uncut steerer, but are still slightly too short, even with a relatively low stack headset, but as long as you haven't got an XL it should be fine
Winter mode. Still need to sort the dynamo lights.
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