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Old 07-15-2013, 01:11 PM
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I think it gets fun when you record rides on strava and try to beat your sectors and over all time.
I have runkeeper on while I ride so I can see how slow I was afterwards.
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That guys wins the prize of the most oddball fan running alongside so far in this years tour.
Do you know of any affordable, American, aluminum frame builders? I've been looking at Spooky frames but that's $2800 and I don't necessarily need an Enve fork.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
Do you know of any affordable, American, aluminum frame builders? I've been looking at Spooky frames but that's $2800 and I don't necessarily need an Enve fork.
Dunno. I always seem to buy big brands that are made in Taiwan. Cervelo, Pivot, Specialized. Hate me.
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Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
Got on my mtb for the first time in years and did about 7 miles before I felt I was dieing. When does this cycling thing become fun?

Bike in question added for posterity.
When you fix the label on your bike. You need to change the "D" to a "C". Then you will be riding a 'Murica bike, and it will be fun.

Originally Posted by emilio700 View Post
That guys wins the prize of the most oddball fan running alongside so far in this years tour.
Does something random like the generally happen during every Tour De France?

Also did you ever get a chance to ride in the Tour De France?
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Originally Posted by shuiend View Post
Does something random like the generally happen during every Tour De France?

Also did you ever get a chance to ride in the Tour De France?
Tour spectators are about like soccer fans so yeah, lots of crazy stuff.

I was never a paid pro. I had enough talent to be a solid mid level domestique had I started when I was young. Domestique is the guy that fetches bottles, shelters the team leader from the wind, maybe never wins a race but is still hella strong. Did a few small time local pro races and even won a few. The pros hate it when an amateur that's 10 years older than them wins their prize money
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Keep riding your China-bike because it hasn't failed you yet.
Thanks. I almost credit card slammed a Cannondale Supersix poverty rival bike last week. I'm glad I didn't.
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Thanks. I almost credit card slammed a Cannondale Supersix poverty rival bike last week. I'm glad I didn't.
Me and muh rig
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
Would pedal after removing the Mexican flag.
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It's poverty, but I'd ride it if a Parlee weren't available.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
Do you know of any affordable, American, aluminum frame builders? I've been looking at Spooky frames but that's $2800 and I don't necessarily need an Enve fork.
What's affordable?

Primus Mootry PM Cycle Fabrication
Tsunami Bikes Tsunami Bikes

Curtlo comes to mind too but he mostly does steel I think.
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I don't know who changed the title of my awesome thread but the internet police are notified and consequences will never be the same.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
I don't know who changed the title of my awesome thread but the internet police are notified and consequences will never be the same.
I'm guessing Joe since out bikes are prehistoric compared to the technological marvel of his bike.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
I don't know who changed the title of my awesome thread but the internet police are notified and consequences will never be the same.
Ban for contemptuous intent.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
Ban for contemptuous intent.
Don't be so hard on yourself dude.
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Today I saw what looked like a homeless man keeping up with 40mph traffic while peddling leisurely on his e-bike.
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The ******* evolution of the thread title!
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Originally Posted by Full_Tilt_Boogie View Post
Today I saw what looked like a homeless man keeping up with 40mph traffic while peddling leisurely on his e-bike.
Me too
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Old 07-17-2013, 11:57 AM
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Living near ASU I see e-bikers all the time. I won't lie on the really hot days I'm quite jealous.
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Originally Posted by Full_Tilt_Boogie View Post
Today I saw what looked like a homeless man keeping up with 40mph traffic while peddling leisurely on his e-bike.
Could you visually confirm their soullessness and disingenuous motives?
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