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    Sticky: Yes - shimano hub. Lighted used, took it off and...

    Yes - shimano hub. Lighted used, took it off and upgraded to Sram red.
  2. I remember a thread here a while back that...

    I remember a thread here a while back that someone was selling their STI due to the harsh suspension bouncing their newborn's head around....


    As for the Golf discussion. I had a Golf TDI at one...
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    Sticky: Went through the tickle trunk and tossed a few...

    Went through the tickle trunk and tossed a few parts aside. More coming

    Ultegra rear brake (direct)
    Specialized SL 40 tri tip saddle
    Garmin handlebar mount (for watch)
    Cane creek head set...
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    I've ran nashbar tensioner, and the surly...

    I've ran nashbar tensioner, and the surly singleator years ago. Both will work, but you get what you pay for....
    Both my SS and Fixed gear I have now both have horizontal dropouts and I use the...
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    I've used those kits in the past also. What are...

    I've used those kits in the past also. What are you using as a chain tensioner, or does the frame have horizontal drop outs?
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    Most fixed gears / single speeds come standard...

    Most fixed gears / single speeds come standard with a 46/16 or 2.88 ratio or similar. With that being said, give it a try and if it works for you...go with it.
    I commute on my fixed gear now and...
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    I've seen them a few times. Usually fairly easy...

    I've seen them a few times. Usually fairly easy to spot...
    What happens if you just keep riding?
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    I swear by osprey packs. I have 2 Osprey Talons...

    I swear by osprey packs. I have 2 Osprey Talons in the 11L and 22L. Lifetime warranty, and have yet to wreck one yet after years of daily bike/run commuting.
    Have gone through several other...
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    Damn. Just saw this. Great training tires.

    Damn. Just saw this. Great training tires.
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    Sticky: Thanks for checking. I'll pass. Love the old...

    Thanks for checking. I'll pass. Love the old Endurance tires for training.

    Went through my parts trunk, and tossed a bunch of stuff aside. Will post it up shortly when I have time.
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    thought I would follow-up on this post....and I...

    thought I would follow-up on this post....and I got a flat at IM Boulder that refused to seal. Appeared to seal during the race (noticed it race morning - and rode 180km on it), but every time I try...
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    Sticky: buh_buh Any chance these are the Pro4 Endurance...

    buh_buh Any chance these are the Pro4 Endurance in 700x23 or 25? If so let me know. Great tire for flat protection....somewhere in between the Conti 4000s and Gatorskins.
  13. I store almost 400L of gasoline in my...

    I store almost 400L of gasoline in my garage.......(in the 5 vehicles I don't drive, while I bike to work.) :rofl:
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    Stop by MEC - they'll hand you a set for free...

    Stop by MEC - they'll hand you a set for free also.

    Gave me some for my daughters bike.
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    20kph...watch them clock an elite marathoner out...

    20kph...watch them clock an elite marathoner out on a run and try to hand them a ticket. lol
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    I was racing in Colorado - so immediately...

    I was racing in Colorado - so immediately contacted them. They started the repair Thursday night, and were able to meet the minimum curing time and raced on the bike on Sunday morning without issues....
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    Well - we all train like hell, but you never know...

    Well - we all train like hell, but you never know what the body is going to give you on race day. Just have to deal with it. :facepalm:
    Regroup, and 6 wks til the next Ironman. Have a new bike to...
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    Glad to hear wasa went well. Good work! Just...

    Glad to hear wasa went well. Good work!

    Just got back from IM Boulder. Found a crack in my frame the thursday before the race. Brokencarbon.com did an amazing rush repair, and got the bike ready...
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    Poll: Exactly what I was going to say. The 1st mill is...

    Exactly what I was going to say. The 1st mill is the toughest...:dunno:
    I had kids fairly late and likely won't retire until the youngest is out of the house. That is more of a factor than savings....
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    I have not had a flat in 3 seasons and 4...

    I have not had a flat in 3 seasons and 4 ironmans....
    In all my years of road riding at ~10-15k per year. I've only had a catastrophic tire (not tube) failure twice from road debris cutting the...
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    ...And ya, I'm that guy. After 3 flats in...

    ...And ya, I'm that guy.

    After 3 flats in Ironman Canada a few years ago I converted all my bikes to road tubeless and no looking back. But agree it does come down the the rim/tire combo that...
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    Coworker has a bunch sitting on his desk. They're...

    Coworker has a bunch sitting on his desk. They're pretty cool - noises, lights etc. There's been quite a few tankers over the years I think.
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    Sticky: Have never bothered. Just ride the bike...replace...

    Have never bothered. Just ride the bike...replace when necessary. Repeat.
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    Depending on the age of the kid - I've seen...

    Depending on the age of the kid - I've seen "Lego" pumpjack kits that were handed out as company giveaways.

    There's also the Hess truck toys we get sent at work every year....
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    I'm in no rush to go disc. I do have them on my...

    I'm in no rush to go disc. I do have them on my CX and Commuter bikes, but for Tri and road I've found rim brakes fine.
    Only situation I avoid is heavy downpour with carbon wheels, but even they...
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    ....if its too good to be true. ....said...

    ....if its too good to be true.



    ....said no true cyclist ever. lol N+1
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    Good idea. I have a ton of parts. Enough to build...

    Good idea. I have a ton of parts. Enough to build a few spare bikes (plus 17 or 18? bikes) - very tough for me to find the time to sell them during training season (and coincidentally when people are...
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    Love those winter bike stickers. Missed it this...

    Love those winter bike stickers. Missed it this morning - bagged from my peak weeks of training and slept in a bit. (5 wks til Ironman - can't wait for the taper soon!)

    Bike swap is tomorrow also....
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    Yep - I've seen that litespeed. Was tempted to...

    Yep - I've seen that litespeed. Was tempted to build one up myself also.

    The Cinelli is a great daily beater, a little heavy but really enjoy riding it.
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    Cool. Will keep an eye out. I've been commuting...

    Cool. Will keep an eye out. I've been commuting on the Cinelli Zydeco rainbow that's down there, usually parked by the door. Cheers. :thumbsup:
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    I like 'em. Let me know how you they are. Looks...

    I like 'em. Let me know how you they are. Looks like a good set - no BS, easy to adjust spokes. Great all-rounder.
    I have a love/hate relationship with carbon wheels.
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    I'll check on the BB. I know I have a bunch of...

    I'll check on the BB. I know I have a bunch of them - put a note in my calendar to check tonight. (horrible at remembering...and guess I still have to look the pedals up too as per above ^^)
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    do you care if it compact or standard? I have an...

    do you care if it compact or standard? I have an Ultegra 6800 53/39 crankset (172.5) and BB.
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    Willing to bet MEC will offer a solution, or new...

    Willing to bet MEC will offer a solution, or new bike. Pretty good at standing by warranties, and what they sell..



    Let me check the tickle trunk and get back to you. I know there a bunch of...
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    Sent a PM. :thumbsup:

    Sent a PM. :thumbsup:
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    Had an interchangeable freehub body that allows...

    Had an interchangeable freehub body that allows you to swap to 10 or 11 spd. Will dbl check that I still have it.
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    Reynolds Sixty Six's....

    Reynolds Sixty Six's. https://www.probikekit.ca/bicycle-wheels/reynolds-sixty-six-clincher-wheelset/10782553.html
    They have a history though. Had the rear derailleur take out the spokes in a crash...
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    Was gonna offer also - have a shoe box full of...

    Was gonna offer also - have a shoe box full of pedals. lol (plus a few carbon wheelsets) sitting in my basement. Most are 60mm/90mm though.
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    My issue wasn't the drops - it was the lack of a...

    My issue wasn't the drops - it was the lack of a good hand position on the tops. Hands slid off...and over the bars I went. lol.
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    Very cool build. Looks great. I couldn’t stand...

    Very cool build. Looks great. I couldn’t stand riding with pista style bars on the street. They put you in a very forward position. After going over the bars once I switched mine up for bullhorns. ��
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