Friday, October 24 2008, 10:40 PM
Hang in there Nicole... you can do it! After all, we'll have to follow at least five more ODAT sites from BC.com before long! SandalSanctuary, DopeShades, SteezeTickers, SurfinSafari, HideousOakleyMart, and MORE!
I'd say jfaye21 has it right... if you've got room on your CC, they'll keep it comin', and likely from more directions. I also appreciated the link. I can start to prepare to resist now. I have faith that BC.com will manage to order more bike gear soon, and that more and more of it will fail to reach CL.
Hopefully they can pick up there handling quality though, as I've had more frequent ordering mistakes lately (hopefully just some flukes). I still love ya, BC, but irreparable mistakes hurt.
Thursday, October 23 2008, 11:53 PM
Thursday, October 23 2008, 11:38 PM
probably better spelled as hijorhea... my bad
Thursday, October 23 2008, 11:30 PM
That's some serious hijoria.
Thursday, October 23 2008, 10:53 PM
Dang... that's WAY lighter than my bike! I wonder what pressure they run the tires at with helium.
"Weight: 0lb 0oz (0000g)"
Thursday, October 02 2008, 02:33 PM
See their web site for more info, but what I can tell is that there are three basic cover types in various colors: solid PU, perforated PU, and gel, with the PU covers in slightly different thickness too, from what I have been able to gather. I am surprised that the PU covers are selling as well as they are... color matching for folks? *shrug* I got the Choice Double last week, which came with the solid and perforated PU in 11mm (I think) which both weighed 56g - total saddle @ ~220g w/ solid ti rails. I haven't had time to test the saddle yet.
Thursday, October 02 2008, 02:04 PM
CL has offered Prologo Choice saddles several times, FYI.
Friday, September 26 2008, 02:41 PM
Hey Kevin, glad we could help! :-)
Saturday, September 13 2008, 03:54 PM
Anyone ridden a Prologo Choice saddle on longer rides? Feedback desired. Thanks.
Saturday, September 13 2008, 11:43 AM
Yup... is still less than retail. They make great gifts - get three, less shipping per item. I doubt BC can do much about its S&H costs, but at least they cut a great deal on good equipment, eh? There will continue to be lower-cost items offered where shipping is a cost issue for some. Try to tough it out.
Friday, September 05 2008, 05:29 PM
Once I manage to sell my WRX, I'll be back into the cyclist car-to-bike value realm. My '03 WRX wagon is pimped and in excellent cond. if anyone is interested? :-)
Friday, August 29 2008, 10:21 AM
I've got some training-wheel tires that I haven't used in decades that you could have... or were you looking for something specific?
Thursday, August 28 2008, 05:20 PM
When begging appears to work on occasion, it can be a slippery slope for some. *shrug* Thanks for the killer gear deal wallet siphon... I think. ;-) :-D
Wednesday, August 27 2008, 09:56 AM
RE: Continental Spike Claw - Studded Tire
They only have two pair in stock, and they're deluxe tires... good luck with that. (not that it wouldn't rock, CL)
Friday, August 22 2008, 09:27 AM
Personally, I like the quiet. It reminds me of peace. Questions and good answers about gear are obviously more important, but I do like the calm.
Thursday, August 21 2008, 04:46 PM
It could work for an aggressive Xterra tri, eh. Matching is what really counts, right?
Wednesday, August 20 2008, 03:38 PM
I see the 26" and wonder if that would be close enough to qualify as a 650c tubular. Hummm... too cool (rich) for my blood, regardless.
Friday, August 15 2008, 02:35 PM
Yeah?!? Well... I really appreciate that!
- stuck at desk job 'til 5
Friday, August 15 2008, 11:22 AM
Literally with your Q, I'd say the Epic. I would say that the Spider and Epic are in a bit different leagues, but I've already shown my modern ignorance, so those 'up' on the goods, please chime in.
.oO(I'm surprised these haven't sold faster)
Friday, August 15 2008, 11:04 AM
Thanks for the heads-up, Forkboy. I've been out of the XC racing scene for a while. *shrug* That was heavy back in, uh... forgot what decade that was.