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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by veinbuster, May 31, 2020.
That’s heavy dude!
I wasn't convinced by Quaker, start the day with this instead
I think you just kilt the thread.
He's just skirting around the main topic.
Ha Ha-ggis a new joke for once!
Hey, look! A bicycle!
Nice ride as well!
Superbly beautiful day and got in a 45km ride around Pitt Meadows greenway.
Went out with the friend I sold my Fathom to.
There were a veritable crap ton of ebikes.
State Bicycle Co. 4130 Road. A modern version of a classic road bike with a unique 1x8 down tube shifting drivetrain.
State are all about nailing style with their bikes, but on the cheap. Thus, it arrived in need of a few upgrades.
It got the Brooks saddle off my other steel bike, the pair of barely used Gatorskins from my wrecked road bike, and a set of Kool Stop salmon brake pads I had laying around. Next up, wheels need truing and I'll likely upgrade the brake cables & housing.
Already a super fun whip. Feels fast and nimble and a very respectable weight for steel.
Classic look! Don't know how long it has been since I have seen downtube shifters on a bike!! The Brooks and handlebar tape look fab with that green!!! Congrats!!!!
Really nice, congratulations.
A hint of things to come for me. How freakin' nice is this SRAM XPLR cassette? Skeletal structure all pinned together into one piece, chrome plating. I almost don't want to get it all dirty and greasy...
What you putting it on?
It's 10-44, for use with the SRAM wireless 12-speed gravel derailleur. I decided to go full modern for my main rig, so this will go on a road oriented carbon wheelset to complement a carbon gravel bike with electronic shifting.
My son gave me these. Will put them to good use soon.
Nah, they're nice and warm right now, but thanks for asking!
First mountain bike ride of the year with my son. A very foggy, dark New Years' day in New England:
My head felt like that New Years morning