HH groupset, anti bike
I use a chopped bearing bottle that just fits over the valve. Works better than the siringe and many other proper applicators.
TBF, weight does make a difference. Just calculate your power to weight ratio with the added weight of the bike.
Of course for most people is just easier just eating less pies, but not everyone can lose weight easily.
Cannondale, BMC and others do this setup, it should be fine if the DT is deep enough to fit the bar end with the cables plugged
Is that the plastic piece you have in one of the brakes? Couldn't you get another 3D printed?
You don't need a carbon post with 45c tires. Just drop some pressure
Sounds like there's not enough pressure on the system. Get it to someone good with hydros and will sort you out in 10 minutes.
CAAD13 does mudguards. BMC road machine did too, not sure if new one does.
Been looking for a race bike with mudguards, but I need a low stack. Outside "endurance" geometry there's not much.
You can, but if you go by Shimano manuals you need to overcomplicate stuff with an Y cable. In that setup you need an exit to the Y. If you run both shifters to the barend and one shifter to the frame should work with less internal faffing at the cost of losing one port.
But I may be forgetting something
Longer, taller bike will be more sure footed off-road.
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