Big brevets: http://www.randonneursmondiaux.org/30-Calendrier_2017.html
should get the 2018 calendar shortly, I guess a couple might be unsupported/x-rated
https://huntbikes.com/pages/the-hunt-bikes-snowy-mountains-1000-26th-nov-2016 in a couple of weeks
Guess the TINAT 600 might be worth including, not a race, relatively short. but feels appropriate to include.
https://bikepacker.wpengine.com/events/ < seems to be a bit fucked at the moment but bikepacker.com has an events calendar with a load of stuff on it
Sweet. Should be in Melbourne in time for most of the riders passing through :)
Unless they've changed in the last couple of years the shape of the chainstays on a Steamroller don't give you any more clearance with 650 than with 700. I have a feeling you might even end up with less clearance if you convert it, it was a while ago when I checked though.
Thanks, fixed and now with links!
I remember you sending that to me last time I was visiting super handy when not in the mood for street/park drinking...
@hippy I'd recommend Heidenpeters, Hopfenreich, Hops & Barley, also this place isn't on the map but they did a fucking delicious pizza beer the last time I was there:
and this is a pretty good bottle shop, with a little step/table outside if you can't wait to get home...
yep! had them out for a couple of nights in yosemite and then ~90 nights here march to june
I have standard length with hindsight I probably would have gone for a long.
I ran 3 sets of RS7's on assorted length Shimano UN55 bbs without any issues.
Uno is the ring, not the arms.
The RO1 and RO2 arms had a narrower Q factor than the RS7 and RS8 respectively but I don't know if they actually ever made any or are still making them.
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