I'd replace the valve cores and remove big boogers. Getting it all out is too much work.
They're bulky, they're ugly and they rattle. But new hose it's expensive, plus bleeding and all that jazz.
Nice, doing this as soon as I get my gravel bike back into riding shape.
WTB is a lot more durable, but not as fast. Not great levels of grip in the wet.
Fair, it's hands where I suffer. Also, I found having a bit of wiggle room does a lot, constricted feet are cold feet.
Winter boots + merino socks is the best combo, and I've tried many. These chemical warmers are good too, if wasteful.
If you're moving an internally routed handlebar to another frame I'd disconnect the calipers, if you using a new bar, or externally routed unplug the shifters.
That's good... For an orangutan
Half a scoble of drop and massive bottles aren't very hip hop. Just needs a big saddle bag to complete the look
It was incredibly cheap as frameset when I was working there, maybe you can still get a frame? Looked pretty decent built as a gravel/rigid MTB thing
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