Tuesday, August 05 2008, 12:00 AM
Bottomless CL Day!
Sick deals back to back all day long.
Nice. Not only do you have to worry about the CF breaking with this stem you get the added benefit of having to worry about it debonding, in two places! I think I'll order three! :-)
Not sure if I've seen anything but the light&motion solo all day...anyone else? The RSS keeps changing...
...ah, but will you have the baggy O shell over top of them or will you wear them as women are supposed to wear them, for all the word to see?
btw, had to check your username twice because my fingers kept typing Tuna Scott...
thanks for the solidarity
Just doing what I can...
My fantasy of a fit young lady in 3" hotpants was quickly shattered by that post.
As an act of solidarity with female riders everywhere, if they throw up another pair of women's bike shorts with a 3" inseam I will buy them and wear them.
There seem to be plenty of O shorts for men on lately. How about some for women, any brand, any color?
Preferably not hot pants with a 3 inch inseam (unless they are for the beach not the bike, but don't call 'em bike shorts if they have less than a 4.5 inch inseam).
I remember when I used to order from backcountry I could count on a good sticker or two in my package. How come that doesn't happen anymore? Also, are there any plans for Chainlove stickers? I'd throw on the car for sure. Just a thought.
Are these new Oakley offerings as good as the previous "Compression" shorts we've seen in the past? I'm super happy with those.. already have 2 pairs. One can never have too many pairs of riding shorts however.
Don't forget that this will require an ultegra BB
BC has them http://www.backcountry.com/store/SHI0071/Shimano-America-Ultegra-Bottom-Bracket.html
A compact cranset would be a route I'd like to take. Then I could switch down to a 12x23 cogset and have few jumps in between than with my 12x27. However this model would also require a new bottom bracket thus decreasing the value of the deal.
34 x 50T compacts are actually quite nice for the roads that go up through the mountains.
Not too shabby, but too big for my legs.
I think a 167.5 would work.
A 172.5 is definitely too big.
Haven't tried a 170
The Ultegra Hollowtech compact ain't too shaby, IMO.
Today must be "crap you don't want" day.
Okay, these cranks are too big for me.
I'm tired of seeing the same lights that haven't sold at all.
I wnat the gloves, but you should switch to something else so that I can share shipping.
Of course, I need gloves like I need a hole in the head.