Friday, April 17 2009, 02:05 PM
I am pretty sure there is some price assurance on this stuff; at least that is what people in the forums say. You may have had to actually purchase it though as I am not sure they can give you such a good deal just by calling in.
Wednesday, March 18 2009, 04:48 PM
A giro E2 Mens (M)?? It'd be great for trail riding!
Wednesday, January 14 2009, 05:32 PM
I'm so out old school then. I still run RF Turbine LP's. They are still sick! Can't ever say anything bad about the sweeeet CNC work... ISIS kinda sucks but people dump their ti bb's all the time these days. Stay real; stay old school; ride like you don't give a damn what's trendy...
Sunday, December 14 2008, 03:17 PM
I just had an exam and I was checking out Chainlove.... But, just because it's Sunday doesn't mean this pump is worth it.... It doesn't even have a pressure guage; and 100psi? for road biking?
Friday, December 05 2008, 11:56 AM
These Moab lights are very nice the HID's put out amazing light, very clear and blue too, and they look great on the trail. I have both a moab and flight light. I like the flight more because of the very light battery pack. It last 1.5 or so hours on high and longer if you switch modes. I know NR's service is good too.
While led's are nice, I think these HID have their place.
Monday, December 01 2008, 11:46 AM
Say they are equally priced? Then what? I am always into trying new tires... but I hate flats!
In general, I think the Fusion's are cheaper?
Monday, December 01 2008, 11:07 AM
So, they have tires up here sometimes. I saw the hutchinsons many times a while ago but never bought them. I have a pair of Conti GP 3000's I like a lot, but I got a flat a while back and it looks like I have a small bulge as well in the sidewall. Not sure if I should stick to riding them. I have heard Conti tires are top of the line (for sure in terms of price). Can somebody give me a reflection on the GP 4000's compared to the Hutchinson Fusion 2's? is there a great difference? The fusion's retail about the same as the GP's, but can be had on nashbar >50% off right now. Any ideas?
Tuesday, November 11 2008, 10:48 PM
ROCK! really, I ride them every day with ATAC pedals on my commuter and they are nice. The shoes are warm for all year riding and very comfortable. The cleats are recessed nice and deep to prevent grinding on sidewalks, stairs, etc. Pick em up!
Thursday, October 09 2008, 05:19 PM
I wouldn't sport them either; just give them as a gift to your pot-head friends. I am sure you have them; if not, you might be hanging with the wrong cycling crew.....
Wednesday, October 08 2008, 09:49 AM
wouldn't ride these things except on wussy xc trails; for real mtb wheels should be burly so you are not afraid of dishing out the abuse!
Wednesday, October 08 2008, 09:48 AM
Thursday, August 21 2008, 12:05 AM
I'm not so impressed!
Wednesday, August 20 2008, 03:51 PM
are actually 650's not 26" (maybe the measurements are the same?) Check Conti's website for further confusion. Appearantly there is a 28 size as well. (Maybe this is 700c?)
Well, check it CL! http://www.conti-online.com/generator/www/de/en/continental/bicycle/themes/race/
Wednesday, August 20 2008, 03:19 PM
At least I hope not as I would ream out the MTB'er rollin with these racing slicks! I'd say they are probably 700c X 19 or 22.
Really though, these should be replaced by good clinchers, as not all that many people run tubulars with the advantages of modern clinchers.
Tuesday, August 19 2008, 02:33 PM
Isn't nearly a 'good' deal on bike tools. check performance, pricepoint for a full set of tools for about this much that comes with the rest of the necessary tools such as a chain whip; how do you expect to use the casette tool without a chain whip? How do you expect to use either bb or cass. tool without a nice wrench?
Check out your other options before blowing it all on CL.
Tuesday, August 19 2008, 02:30 PM
Monday, August 18 2008, 04:31 PM
Damn, what the hell. I think I have gotten two warnings for a similar violation. I swear that's rediculous. Might as well have spent that ~300 on gasoil huh?
Anyway, Schedule a meeting, talk to the DAA (Assistant District Attorney). I bet you can talk it down. F$ck the police. In this town (Madison, WI) they are notorious for the most bs stuff.
Friday, August 15 2008, 01:50 PM
Was ill. I wanted an intense Spyder for a while but found a good deal on a complete Klein Palomino XV (2005) with full xt and the maverick bits. I did upgrade the main pivot and bearings after the first full season I rode it. It's pretty sweet but I would love to have been able to pick that one up anyway. Good job CL!!! Rock out this MTB stuff; let's see some nice forks next!
Wednesday, August 13 2008, 12:44 AM
We've had enough. Some of us have moved on past the eighties and furthermore have realized that it wasn't the greatest decade in the history of man kind. I implore you to cut this spam out.
Wednesday, August 13 2008, 12:42 AM