Thursday, December 11 2008, 12:00 AM
Bottomless CL Day!
Sick deals back to back all day long.
I dig theses knicks too!!
Here's size info:
Cold weather gear (man) to go through winter, such as
- arm warmers (black)
- skull cap or something to keep my ears warm
- cold weather gloves
- knee warmers
Any info on the sizing for the Swobo knickers?
nice women's bibs would be great! and how about some knee warmers?
Just got in a P3C and a torque wrench is a necessity........Kind of hard to find one in BFE South Korea but good ol chainlove items make it here in less that 7 days........ This one would do just fine:
They're on sale at the outlet.
Puh-leeeeze hit us wif some Castelli Unico gloves.
I second that!
Unfortunately, from Grant's response last week we shouldn't be holding our collective breath for trainers or work stands.
Easton 26.0 42cm carbon bars again - missed last ones...
Cycling Knickers - non bib
Knee Warmers - black
Arm Warmers - black
25c winter tires
I second the need for NON bib, but good quality cycling shorts. Pearl, Castelli, Santinni, LG etc...
I second the need for NON bib, but good quality cycling shorts. Pearl, Castelli, LG etc...
a bit of a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it they are way better for performance building than trainers.
a lot of people are afraid that when they lose their balance that they'll go flying off into a wall or something. that doesn't happen. you fall straight down, and it will probably happen once, and you'll learn not to do that again.
also, if you're new to rollers, put them inbetween a door frame or a hallway so you can hold on to something while getting on and off.
Not bibs that is. Am I missing them? Any chance we could see more of them. This is one item we have to wear over and over!
You really have to be alert with rollers.
Things not to do when using rollers
1) Try to watch TV, unless you don't get too into the show or movie.
2) Ride while sleepy
3) Ride while having an ear ache.
4) Close you eyes!
All will most likely lead to you ending up horizonal with the floor unexpectedely.
About Colorado - at least my corner of it. The snow and ice are off the roads about 24-36 hours after it falls.
You got rollers? I picked up a set of those last year. After the learning curve, they are WAY more fun than a trainer. Same misery of riding indoors, but you are a little more engaged with the experience.
road fenders (full or race-blade size)?
a tempting SS/FG frame/bike for me to ride this winter?
the castelli lycra booties look nice....(any booties in black would be nice)
those would be good next week, after that if you could just stop the deals that would help me out.....these site is nothing but trouble for me.
I ride all year round and have no problem with cold.
But here in the north east, we have snow and ice to contend with. I can't ride when the roads are covered with ice and snow.