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Old 07-28-2014, 10:47 AM   #2261
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Adding 150 miles per week commuting to work must be awesome for fitness.
Oh yeah it will be when I get there. Maybe I'll be able to do 5 days in a row come September, but I'm not there yet. Gotta train the grundle and legs a little more first.

I'm considering the Denver, central CA, and actually DFW area as well. Sounds like one of these is not like the other for cycling.
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I just moved to Denver area- mostly for better riding (mountain bikes, but still)...
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If my GF changes her mind and decides to move, or finds someone better, I'm doing everything I can to transfer to the San Francisco or Denver office.
If you transfer to SF area
and my wife transfers to oakland/berkeley
I've got plenty of bikey friends there. I will go out and buy whatever ridiculous bicycle du jour you guys are into and become a cyclist. Just out of shock that we all ended up in the bay area.

I'll even consider shaving my legs as tribute because I don't even care.
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Someone Finally Built the Ultimate Urban Bike
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Doesnt look like it affords enough adjustability for most people in the seat tube height. At most 4" of post height adjustment. And the middle tube looks too high in relation to the seat, would be a crotch buster when hopping off the seat to put 2 feet down.
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Old 07-28-2014, 03:34 PM   #2266
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Doesnt look like it affords enough adjustability for most people in the seat tube height. At most 4" of post height adjustment. And the middle tube looks too high in relation to the seat, would be a crotch buster when hopping off the seat to put 2 feet down.
Do you think more than one size bicycle could be a possibility?
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Do you think more than one size bicycle could be a possibility?
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Is it totally retarded to run my Ultegra crank on the SS Evo? I don't know what to do, but the only two BB30 cranks I'd consider buying are the SL-K with ugly chain rings for $400 or Hollowgram for $1000.

I think I'm going to use the Praxis adapter and my Shimano crank, thoughts?
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Is it totally retarded to run my Ultegra crank on the SS Evo? I don't know what to do, but the only two BB30 cranks I'd consider buying are the SL-K with ugly chain rings for $400 or Hollowgram for $1000.

I think I'm going to use the Praxis adapter and my Shimano crank, thoughts?
Are you asking literally, or bike elitist etiquette-ly?
I see nothing wrong with the adapters. Seems to be what a lot of people do.
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Old 07-28-2014, 06:43 PM   #2271
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Lol @ your poverty crank.
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My buddy's wife just picked this up today:

She wrote:
I found my sexy beast! I've never been excited about a bike before. BJ is taking the poverty off her right now.
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Anyone got a 6750 crank they want to part with? I have a 130 at the moment and want to go 110. Preferably 172.5 arms.
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I need to live out there.
But if there were hills, could you still crank out sub-5-hour centuries? :P
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But if there were hills, could you still crank out sub-5-hour centuries? :P
In time.
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My buddy is winning at life right now:
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did he get to do the whole enchilada? that trail is epic.
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Old 08-01-2014, 12:48 PM   #2278
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did he get to do the whole enchilada? that trail is epic.
Considering he has a set-up like this:

...with a pressurized shower on the other side, I don't think we need to ask that question. I believe he holds the Dirty Kanza amateur record as well. He's ultra diesel.
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(badass-mobile)
Badass.

(lol at poverty bidon-cage, though.)



Been seeing a lot of these lately in Manhattan:

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Considering he has a set-up like this:

...with a pressurized shower on the other side, I don't think we need to ask that question. I believe he holds the Dirty Kanza amateur record as well. He's ultra diesel.
sweet van.

I love seeing all the ridiculous adventure vans in Moab... always sitting nice and clean on the side of main street. they never actually go off road.


stuff like this:
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