A.Mutt wrote: ... cause nobody wants to see a pile of parts from a 10 year neglected bike.
uNicedmeMan wrote:Yous guys wanna recommend me a rear rack? I have an ancient blackburn rack on my mt bike but I dunno if it will cut it for the bike camping.
marmoset wrote:uNicedmeMan wrote:Yous guys wanna recommend me a rear rack? I have an ancient blackburn rack on my mt bike but I dunno if it will cut it for the bike camping.
I don't know if a rack will hold everything you need for camping. I guess it depends on how minimalist you are.
My suggestion is the BOB trailer
marmoset wrote:A.Mutt wrote: ... cause nobody wants to see a pile of parts from a 10 year neglected bike.
But but but... those are the best ones!
uNicedmeMan wrote:So I've decided that I need to start doing some sort of routine exercise and that running is definitively not for me...
I'm rooting around on craigslist trying to find something to get for a reasonable price. I will be riding around in the city but would maybe like to get something versatile enough that I could take it to a trail or two.
Also, whats the deal with fixed gear and single speed bikes? When I was in Portland they seemed like all the rage...
marmoset wrote:Did you get that Tassajara? Or did you go straight fot the LHTrucker? Either way, I'd say you ended up with the perfect bike for your needs.
Have you tried the fixed gears? They're fun but I can't do them for distance riding.
marmoset wrote:Chiggins, uNicedmeMan-
I noticed you are both running the Brooks saddles.
How much maintenance do you have to put into them? Have you noticed oily/greasy spots on your shorts? How long do they take to break in? I've read lots about them but everyone I know that has one just got theirs. They don't have many miles on them.
marmoset wrote:Also, how comfy is the LHT frame?
uNicedmeMan wrote:Nice thread find and thanks again for your help / advice during that time.
uNicedmeMan wrote:There was a little buyers remorse early on as it was by far the most I've ever spent on a bike.
uNicedmeMan wrote:I've always wanted to try a legitimate road bike on some real smooth pavement.
uNicedmeMan wrote:Where did you get cammo bar tape?
uNicedmeMan wrote:How much do you weigh?
uNicedmeMan wrote:Also, how do you like the brifters?
uNicedmeMan wrote:O and I've yet to try a fixed gear but I wouldn't mind.
uNicedmeMan wrote:Very. Baltimore has some shabby roads but the trucker rolls along and absorbs everything thrown at it....
Short answer- I love it more with every ride.
uNicedmeMan wrote:I wouldn't mind getting the handlebars up a little higher without a crazy stem or extender. Any thoughts on good ways to bring the bars up a bit?
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