Type: Posts; User: dcv
hint 3: it's on your strava
1. Rod Smith, Steve Eunpu, Chris Randall
2. Everyone else
You need to tighten the cog before tightening the lockring. You risk loosening the cog when backpedaling or backward force when slowing down with just your legs. If it's loose you risk stripping the...
you need a lockring tool to remove the lockring, it's reverse threaded
After you remove...
that movie almost made me not want to ride fixed
I have Hozan lockring pliers, works better than the single sided tools
Corner of Monument Dr & Fair Lakes Parkway near Fair Oaks Mall - GB's right, I only know this from driving there
Great showing for the Friday Coffee Club Caravan this morning. Most notably we saw vicegrip going the other way lighting it up like Tron. Post pics please.
you're doing it wrong, it's n+1 not n-1
Upgrading I hope?
sky was on fire this morning
dread is still alive...
Sighted a few folks this morning, Mike, dickie, phatboing, fast friendly guy, and a certain khaki clad economist riding fixed:
I have a lockring tool you can borrow, Matt Aune has it
Switching to gear inches: 71gi and 74gi for my fixed bikes, 61gi for SSCX
Hey Rod, I saw you coming down the Rosslyn hill, it was dark and only realized it was you after we passed. Also saw OneEighth on the Curtis.
A cyclist fainted while waiting to cross. A few of us stopped to help (fast friendly guy was there too). The man hit his head on the ground, looked like he may have needed stitches above his eye. He...
As you had discovered it's harder on your ass, you don't get a chance to coast out of the saddle. ever.
All this talk about fixed centuries, want to do the big loop (key bridge to point of rocks)...
When looking for new wheels check the rear spacing, measure the distance between dropouts. Most road bike frames are 130mm but some older frames may be 126mm.
Also think about chainline, distance...