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Something like that. Actual picture will follow when it arrives.

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Frankie,

That are those things on your brakes??? They look like a part I have seen used to mount canti's on bikes that only have a single bolt caliper mount like a road bike, but in that case I thought they'd be under the brakes.... plus it looks like your bike has canti mounts... so what are those?

Just curious, and the bike looks amazing!

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that's a winter training bike? :shock:

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:?: Sure, why? I don't have a dedicated/separate mtb trainer.

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well, it's just that a winter training bike is usually one that isn't too expensive, one that you don't mind grinding out the wet, gritty muddy miles on such that the decent, expensive kit on your best bike isn't thoroughly shagged by the spring. depends where you live I suppose, California would be different to Northern Europe......

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Frankie,

That are those things on your brakes???

Just curious, and the bike looks amazing!


These are brakeboosters, they prevent the frame, or fork, from flexing to much while braking. So stopping power goes up! Some 10 years ago we used them quite a lot on our canti equipped mtb's.
On my SS they are there for the added coolness ;)

Thanks for the compliment!

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jalapeno wrote:
well, it's just that a winter training bike is usually one that isn't too expensive, one that you don't mind grinding out the wet, gritty muddy miles on such that the decent, expensive kit on your best bike isn't thoroughly shagged by the spring. depends where you live I suppose, California would be different to Northern Europe......


I don't mind treating it rough...if I'm going to train on it and log the miles I prefer to enjoy the ride. :)

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here my two winterbikes, with one serious bad picture, guess I was feeling the winter already :lol:

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bbtheory wrote:
Frankie,

That are those things on your brakes??? They look like a part I have seen used to mount canti's on bikes that only have a single bolt caliper mount like a road bike, but in that case I thought they'd be under the brakes.... plus it looks like your bike has canti mounts... so what are those?

Just curious, and the bike looks amazing!


You are kinda new to this Huh? Those are brake boosters, used to stiffen Canti brakes. They were really common in the 90s.


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erm, Dan...

Three posts above yours ;)

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:?: Sure, why? I don't have a dedicated/separate mtb trainer.


ah, well... being a completely pedantic ass, but in a fun way with no offence intended 'cos it's a lovely bike, then it's not really your 'winter bike' with ref to the title of the thread... it's just your bike.
Don't worry, only having a bit of fun, it's a nice machine and I wish sometimes I lived somewhere where the winter weather wouldn't rapidly eat nice components like that... hence my cheapy fixed gear ride.

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:?: Sure, why? I don't have a dedicated/separate mtb trainer.


ah, well... being a completely pedantic ass, but in a fun way with no offence intended 'cos it's a lovely bike, then it's not really your 'winter bike' with ref to the title of the thread... it's just your bike.
Don't worry, only having a bit of fun, it's a nice machine and I wish sometimes I lived somewhere where the winter weather wouldn't rapidly eat nice components like that... hence my cheapy fixed gear ride.


Ah, I see...thanks for the compliments. I simply meant it'll see most of its miles in the winter since I spend most of the time in spring/summer on the road.

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Yeah it normally has mudguards on.

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good looking GT u got there Bobby



my winter bike:

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its not really WW with 8,5kg but it rides solid
when i have time i will mount the other half of the missing DA parts that are still being used on my tarmac

frame: Gazelle squadra 58 cm
fork: easton ec70
wheels: Bontrager race x lite
stem: Bontrager select
post: Pazzaz carbon
saddle: Specialized Jett 155
bar: Pro
Rear derailleur: DA 10sp
front mech: 105 10sp
Tires: bontrager race lite
innertubes: bontrager
shifters: Da 10sp
front light: cat eye opticube 1500
rear light: cat eye
speedometer: polar cs300
mudguard: Sks X blade
crank: rx100
pedals: keo carbon cromo


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