Tuesday, November 25 2008, 12:00 AM
Bottomless CL Day!
Sick deals back to back all day long.
god that hats ugly
Phew, someone bought the last L. I'm safe for now.
So tempted...so very tempted. If only I didn't already own a MTB that I absolutely love and that's 5lbs lighter than this thing. Still tempted. I guess after all the shit I've talked about full sus if I abondoned my hardtail I'd seem like kind of a hypocrite.
But it really was that sad. Three times as sad!
It was a slow race between CL relisting the Merlin, or me finding a deal on a new TV.
The TV won.
ya,the other day everything was Auto refreshing...today I gotta F5 it or Refresh All.
I'm kinda lazy and reaching for the mouse or f5 key hurts my rotator cuff.
Thanks for the update...I gotta get my jabs in about the workstand from time to time though.....
Thanks Chainlove. I really like these shorts, now I've got two more pairs for a total of four! What a clothing whore I am...
I noticed there are still 14 CycleOps Fluid 2 trainers in stock.
well it's a good thing I'm home all day marking assignments in the hope that the intense you mention is an m6. This new countdown timer has drastically increased my addiction to chainlove.
There isn't much I can do about getting a workstand.
Ha! Yes! Finally someone understand me!
I (among others) still need a workstand btw...
Now if you only had a work stand to clamp it in...
That'd keep it from moving in the future.
wow is right. i think it moved.
Wow. Thanks Grant!
Colnago, Merlin, Quintana Roo, Pinarello, Opera, Atom Lab, More from Titus, More from Intense, Litespeed. Carbon fiber and titanium mostly.
There will be more to come as well. Spread the word to your cycling junkie friends that the big scores are on the way.
Any hints as to types of bike upcoming? brands? frame materials?
I would definitely recommend going down to the local bike shop to get professionally measured. Alternately, this online bike measurement tool can be fun...
but sometimes gives some wonky results - and is not really a substitute for the real thing. It is cool though that it gives ranges for different riding styles. wrenchscience.com also has a pretty basic (but good) calculator, but requires a login to use.
A 48 or 49 inch bike??
I guess you would need a short stem...and a short ladder.
Those bikes I told you about should be rolling sometime in December. Maybe as late as January when the site splits into Road/Mountain so you might want to hold off until then. Unless you're getting super antsy to get a bike. It could very well be worth the wait.