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I've just bought a bike for some basic commuting / the odd trail ride. I had a limited budget due to blowing my bank on headphones. smily_headphones1.gif

 

It should serve its purpose.
 

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Edited by MonolithNZ - 3/19/13 at 12:58am
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Went for my first proper trail ride today with a few guys from Uni, It was really good, didn't bail much, couldn't keep up with them, but I didn't fall too far behind. Very much enjoyed it, will be doing more as time goes on.
(went to Archill trail in Auckland)

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Finished my commute bike this evening.  Still need some Paul Racing brakes and some pedals.

 

 

 

 

Very sexy!  Brooks bar tape and B17 saddle both in honey?

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After a couple months now of 2 to 4 hour daily rides, I'm very proud to have almost fully worn down the rear tire!

 

 My new thing was to move the break levers so I can use em with my thumbs too. I finally have the seat in a great spin position.


Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/21/13 at 6:08am
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Nice, Redcar! I plan on going on my bike on Sunday to Crystal Springs and biking thereredface.gif I have been riding my road bike just about everyday but its been just around my city.

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Nice, Redcar! I plan on going on my bike on Sunday to Crystal Springs and biking thereredface.gif I have been riding my road bike just about everyday but its been just around my city.

 

Don't forget to take BART and get out to the EastBay! Berkeley, Concord, Dublin, Danville, Pleasanton, Walnut Creek, Lafayette and so on... some good livin'. biggrin.gif

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First few days of Spring and 2" of snow on the ground.  Western New York......Guess I'll be on the trainer today.

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First few days of Spring and 2" of snow on the ground.  Western New York......Guess I'll be on the trainer today.

 

That's not bad. We received 2 feet of snow on the first two days of Spring. College actually closed for a whole day because roads were a battlefield. And here I thought I'd be swapping out the studded tires earlier this year... rolleyes.gif

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Will take my first ride of the year Monday. Things are fine in Cali... wink.gif

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The pride of my bike quiver.

 

A Zinn titanium custom with Brooks furniture and a few other goodies.

 

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Those Enve forks are pretty rad looking. Every bike I see with one.. I'm all.. drooling_homer-712749.gif2.png
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sounds so lame, but bikes are great :D

Motercycles a technically bi-cycles very_evil_smiley.gif

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sounds so lame, but bikes are great :D

Motercycles a technically bi-cycles very_evil_smiley.gif

What's with this big electric assist bike craze. I just saw three people all with em. I then checked the price and decided I would rather have a bike like they used in the Olympics for the same cost!


Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/23/13 at 9:17pm
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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

sounds so lame, but bikes are great :D

Motercycles a technically bi-cycles very_evil_smiley.gif

What's with this big electric assist bike craze. I just saw three people all with em. I then checked the price and decided I would rather have a bike like they used in the Olympics for the same cost!

They look cool, if your tired and want something to do. Other then that specific example coming up about 10 times a year, its a stupid thing. I saw one where I went to get my bike; $2500.

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