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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 11:50 pm 
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On the very rare occasions I ride a TT, I use my track bike with tri bars and a front brake.
I dont use gears, computer, pulse monitor or a bottle. I like that there is nothing to think about or distract me from getting those damn pedals round I fast as I possibly can!

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do all my TT's fixed, even the hilly ones, brilliant fun, and surprisingly competitive in the hills. http://homepage.mac.com/mikesimagination/bikepages/bikes/condortt.html

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That is big gearing! How do you manage steap hills? :shock:

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jalapeno wrote:
do all my TT's fixed, even the hilly ones, brilliant fun, and surprisingly competitive in the hills. http://homepage.mac.com/mikesimagination/bikepages/bikes/condortt.html

Love the bike. Just what I had in mind. Thanks everyone for all for your input. I'm charged up for this project now. TT are rare in my area (Washington DC :oops: ) but I'm hoping to start an unofficial weekly TT and something like this bike would serve me well.....Wahoooo!

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Willier wrote:
That is big gearing! How do you manage steap hills? :shock:


strong legs :D

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