The official : "what have you bought today" topic

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jsprbcn
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by jsprbcn

is it really needed to quote everytime the pictures of a post?

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by Frankie - B

Gents, ladies,

Please, please, please! I ask you to show that the people who visit Weight Weenies have got quite a lot of common sense.
When you see something you like and you want to respond to that, ask yourself if it is necessary to hit the quote button. Try hitting reply and refer to what you have seen, as you were going to type something anyway.

It is getting annoying to clean complete threads from multiple times quoted pictures and conversations between members who constantly quote each other.

Thanks!
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by jsprbcn

...in addition you can quote in order to make a direct reference to a reply and change the [img] tag to [url].

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by ghisallo2003

Frankie - B wrote:Gents, ladies,

Please, please, please! I ask you to show that the people who visit Weight Weenies have got quite a lot of common sense.
When you see something you like and you want to respond to that, ask yourself if it is necessary to hit the quote button. Try hitting reply and refer to what you have seen, as you were going to type something anyway.

It is getting annoying to clean complete threads from multiple times quoted pictures and conversations between members who constantly quote each other.

Thanks!


Quite agree.

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by drainyoo

Back on topic. Scooped these up today at the Rapha shop.

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by djm

Thanh, MBT shoes, that's that Masai shoe thing right? ;-)

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by drainyoo

Roel W wrote:Please tell us something about the sizing and fit and also the quality of the padding.


I did my first ride today with the SAS kit and it's really great.

The quality is top notch, nothing feels cheap.

I'm 6ft/208lbs and XL in both the jersey and bib fit me perfectly. The inseam on the bib legs is a good length, they end about 2" above my knees. I hate when the legs are too short. The back pockets on the jersey are nice and tight. I have my phone in there and never felt like it was going to fall out.

The padding is the best I've felt, but that's not saying much. It comes up to the front a little covering my junk, which I like.

Overall, great products. Will definitely be buying more from them.

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by ANV

Super stocked, just ordered a stages DA9000 power meter. Really looking forward to training with power!! :)

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Just bought a second hand 2013 specialized cyclocross bike. You know you're getting a good deal when the bike still has the pie plate, stickers and reflectors on it.
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jimborello
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by jimborello

Today I bought an AX lightness vial evo with the Scapula fork. I hope they deliver it soon!!

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by dereksmalls

Ride Magazine Tour Edition. I find this the most definitive magazine for the tour out of all of them in the shops.

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Nice jimborello!
AX Vial Evo: 4970g
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by Saoi

New toy for the CAAD. Excellent looking bit of kit... except the non-drive-side crankarm has a bunch of debris inside it and it sounds like a rainstick. Going to see if Cannondale will let me swap the arm.


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Got these goodies from Tenspeed Hero.

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