marmoset wrote:Anyway, anyone know a good retailer along the lines of Rivendell or Velo Orange? I don't like the sport aspect of cycling anymore, I just do it for commuting, errands, loaded touring, and health. Basically I guess I'd call it lifestyle cycling instead of sport cycling. Apart from the 2 I mentioned, are there any good retailers aimed at this crowd?
uNicedmeMan wrote:ppps. Instructables is an awesome website.
marmoset wrote:Nice Surlys!
I've been wanting a LHTrucker.
I like my stuff ultra-personalized and I've got the skill set/knowledge base so I'll probably braze up my own.
I'll get some pics of my other bikes soon. I have way waaaay too many.
EDIT: Dig the Schwalbes! Where'd you get them? How many miles do you have on them?
chiggins wrote:uNicedMeMan: Truckaccino! What a sweet Trucker, love the Grip King pedals. I put a pair on my Xtra, they're comfortable with anything from slippers to boots and they're rebuildable.
chiggins wrote:I have this dream that one of these days I'll ride the C&O up to Paw Paw and back over the course of a week or so. The ride seems easy enough, it's finding a week to do it that's the hard part.
uNicedmeMan wrote:I'd like to start doing some spontaneous sub 24 hour over night stays from time to time.
marmoset wrote:uNicedmeMan wrote:I'd like to start doing some spontaneous sub 24 hour over night stays from time to time.
I'm just getting into this myself.
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