Is anyone doing steel dropouts for SRAM UDH yet?
FYI, the 'well established component supplier' was Conti. Their belts couldn't take the cold.
Fair enough. I'm not genetically inclined to have any experience of cycling with a beard so I can't comment there.
Would the lenses not just get filled up with sweat dangling there?
Something like : https://chums.com/ should work.
imagine the sneeze...
Not really, as long as it's a nice flat sheet. There's no reason for it to be tight to the headset cup. and as long as the headset cup is long enough, then it'll have plenty of grip in the frame still.
My 2014 Giant TCX has done all of those things. Agree with the other posts saying adding / removing mudguards is a faff especially when they need a bit of bodging with no seatstay bridge.
They say in the article that they wrap it in foam.
Whilst I'm here, who has managed to turn off the 'virtual partner' on the latest gen of Garmin units? My virtual partner is able to ride up 20% gradients at 30km/h so isn't much fun to ride with... That's certainly one annoying notification beep I'd like to disappear.
Mine (530) was the same now I come to think of it. Haven't looked for a solution yet though.
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