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Working on a new project. Going disc and sticking with Campy and ordered h11 eps shifters and rotors

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rainerhq wrote:
Nefarious86 wrote:
Fri Jun 29, 2018 10:12 am
Soudal Dry Wax
How many km´s it lasts?
No idea yet. Over loaded the chain with it yesterday and once it settled in today it was the quietest I've ever had a bike.


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DT R23/32 wheelset for daily duty and a P2M NG eco so I can run Q rings. ImageImage

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@Nef: Looking good. Interested to hear what you think of those DTS wheels and their weights :thumbup:

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Gearjunkie wrote:@Nef: Looking good. Interested to hear what you think of those DTS wheels and their weights Image
The original plan was a set of the 1500g SLX24 Rovals but then these poped up in a local marketplace, they're 17XXg so definitely not WW but for $450Aud with a pair of ice tech rotors and new 25/27mm Challenge Roubaix tyres... Was disappointed that the Ice tech and centernline rotors had different offsets (checked a few) so I'll sell my remaining shimano rotors and stock up on SRAM ones because I'm too lazy to shim/adjust everthing to mix and match.

18mm internal with Bladed DT spokes and bomb proof hubs (pawl not star driver) they are perfect for life under a full size human haha.

70km Yesterday on some pretty crap roads at 80/80psi and 88kg they more or less disappeared from my thoughts which is exactly what I want from training gear. They don't seem to flex even with some low cadence big gear efforts and they took some of the edge off that the 64s with 26mm tyers seem to have on the more chopped up tar. I'll drop the psi a little more today and see how they go.

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Omnium road trainer for less complicated TT warmups compared to the Lemond I usually use and thru axle compatibility for road warmups without having to use my V3 Kickr and a battery pack.ImageImage

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I'm developing a slight addiction to new Jersey, for this who like anime and cycling checkout Yowamushu Pedal, bought the Jersey's Image

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Cockpit for the C64

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Lightweight hoody, the logo matches my Obermayer's. ImageImageImage

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Finally - 3T Bailout 9-32t cassette:

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New Superleggera RS cockpit for my c64 build

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Had a bit of spare cash, so decided to buy a decent watch that I can use for long Audax rides. Ended up getting a Seiko Prospex SRP777J1 dive watch.

Waterproof, glows in the dark, automatic movement, and it has a rotating bezel.

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Ooh, I can play this game too. I just got this Tissot PRC 200. It has a tachymeter so I can calculate speed or distance if my Garmin breaks down. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
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Mom: He was very sickly until he started riding around on that bicycle.
Dad: Yeah... well... now his body’s fine, but his mind is gone.

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ManekiNico wrote:Ooh, I can play this game too. I just got this Tissot PRC 200. It has a tachymeter so I can calculate speed or distance if my Garmin breaks down. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
Lol you can keep that story for the missus too

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