No wonder he's pissy.
Type: Posts; User: OneEighth
No wonder he's pissy.
"Cuz, let's face it, driving around here sucks."
Exposure Diablo mounted beneath the bar so you can easily thumb through the settings without having to move your hands from the tops.
Pain is only weakness leaving the body.
Hose down/clean up with WD-40.
Lube with 3-in-1.
Run a rag between the rollers to clean each link when WD-40 doesn't cut it.
Like Pete, I use the Exposure light and mount it beneath the bar to allow me to use the tops close to the stem. I keep the light on a lanyard just in case. Front brake on the right.
Or just line the inside of your helmet with it.
Shared the road and trail with DCV and Co. for a bit.
Also sighted Culimerc but have no evidence.
Check your chain slack. (Regularly)
And ditch the rear brake!
That's about what my steel Surly Steamroller weighs. Unless I put the Chukker wheelset on and then it feels twice as heavy.
Saw that coming!
Just unclip and drop a foot as needed. Immediately grab the front brake, pop the back wheel off the ground, and spin the still-clipped foot to a good starting position. Becomes second nature.
Hit the trails a little befor 0700. Custis to W&OD to 4MR to MVT to Lynn Street was pretty decent. Some run off had turned to slush and there were the ocassional icy or frosted patches, but nothing...
He didn't respond to me shouting as he pealed off the MVT onto the Crystal Connector this evening either. Serves me right for not catching him beforehand.
Did I mention the heated grips?
I know, right? Gone are the days when I would shovel a path from my drive to the nearest plowed street because my street rarely got plowed and I felt compelled to motorcycle to work. Now I prefer...
Sweet. Can't wait to hear the after action report.
I use track drops on both my bikes. Nice and narrow. Not having hoods hasn't been a problem---just look at it as a chance to improve core strength.
I had bullhorns for a while and really liked them especially for climbing but eventually had to switch back to drop bars because my wrists started to hurt.
I used a bar end lever for the bullhorns...
But why did RCannon100 cross the road?
Weakness is always near---lurking patiently.
I suspect that the eagle(?) perched above Hains Point was motionless because it was frozen in place.
Either that, or it was watching me for signs of weakness.
Betcha ArlingtonRider was smiling when she typed this.
This morning, too