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Old 02-29-2020, 09:23 AM
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Old 04-04-2020, 09:59 PM
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Been waiting for a proper bike shot with the Darimo Seatpost and the longer 110 Extralite stem. I'll keep the 100mm Extralite around for the day my back convinced me that I need something shorter!

Still not a day goes by where I don't look at her in the garage and smile!

13.91lbs



And an updated photo of my pain cave now that it is finally finished (For now at least )
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Old 04-05-2020, 08:06 AM
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Video idea - I would like to hear a review of those rollers. Looked into them once, but got very mixed reviews online.
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Old 05-13-2020, 10:48 PM
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For the last year I've thought about getting CLX50, but was recently offered something similar. A smoking good deal on a used set of Roval CLX32 that are in like new condition. With the hub, they came in at 1344g. Little heavier than I was anticipating, but still a significant weight savings compared to my Enve 4.5.

-Swapped out the DT Swiss internal 18t star ratchet with a 54t. Has instant engagement and sounds like a swarm of murder wasps that ate up a Chris King R45!
-Using 42mm Tubolitos
-DA 9100 cassette 11-28 (I know I could save wieght going to a sram cassette, but it is SO much louder)
-GP5000 28mm clinchers
-KCNC TI Skewers

New bike weight (Everything minus Garmin computer) - 13.39lbs/6.07g
I'm pretty happy with that.







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I've never been a fan of shallow wheels (Aesthetically speaking), but the more I look at them on my bike, the more I like them!
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Old 05-14-2020, 12:56 PM
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That is a 'pain cave'?!??! Mine is a converted carport that has a gravel floor, no power and spiders crawling everywhere - now THAT is a pain cave!

Cool bike!

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Been waiting for a proper bike shot with the Darimo Seatpost and the longer 110 Extralite stem. I'll keep the 100mm Extralite around for the day my back convinced me that I need something shorter!

Still not a day goes by where I don't look at her in the garage and smile!

13.91lbs



And an updated photo of my pain cave now that it is finally finished (For now at least )
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Old 05-14-2020, 04:12 PM
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sweat looking all around
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Old 05-16-2020, 12:13 PM
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That is a 'pain cave'?!??! Mine is a converted carport that has a gravel floor, no power and spiders crawling everywhere - now THAT is a pain cave!

Cool bike!

So what you're saying is our pain caves are exactly the same
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