Nice blings knee...but your wife actually let you bring the bike into her kitchen? She's a keeper!
$30 for a team jersey would have been a steal but for both jersey and bib is almost a crime. Great deal!wild said:The BMC jersey and bibs that I got for $29.99 yea for both XXL
You got the stem already? I didn't think it would get there till Monday.rynoman03 said:Park CT-5 and an Easton 80mm stem. Awaiting handlebars to come in before mounting the stem. Got some Lightly used TruVativ Husslefelt White risers for the SS.
Hey jeepster, thanks for posting the link earlier :thumbsup:, I also got the same toolkit from Nashbar. I didn't even have to pay any tax since there is no Nashbar/Performance Bicycle stores in my state. I was going to post some pix of the toolkit but you beat me to it.My tool kit arrived. It is of good quality, it seems. Fairly complete:
Now...a couple of those tools...
What are they for?
At least you don't have my problem. My legs work too hard......at complaining that I am working them too hard. I keep having to tell them "shut up legs!"Oh, and I hate my legs... They don't work hard enough.
Hey rola, tell your friend if he rides a 52cm and he ever got tired of that bike to contact meOh I know...the guy I ride with works for the local Trek store (http://bikebeatonline.com/) and well...I need a part time job
He just ordered a Domane 6.9 Di2 blah blah blah. I could probably afford it at the price he is paying for it. His won't be in for another couple of weeks yet.
Yeah sure, I am sure mommawarrior had to twist your arm really hard to get you to agree to thatbut she twisted my arm and talked me into the sweeter bike.
About two weeks. I am spoiled by Amazon Prime shipping where I order something from them and get it within two days so two weeks is forever for me .I ordered from them too.
The website is out of New Zealand. Not sure where they ship out of. I hope my order comes soon. I need a new rear tire.
Couldn't beat those prices.
How many weeks did it take yours to arrive?
I got that sampler box of High5 too Dos. I was thinking of trying them out yesterday on my century ride but thought better of it. They always tell you to not try anything new on century ride and stick with what you know will work with your body. Last thing I need on a long ride is stomach cramps or worse .From www.probikekit.com
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Two continental 4000S tires, one cold weather jersey and they threw in a sampler box of sports nutrition.
Cannot beat these prices.
Free shipping, but it took about two weeks to arrive. My package was shipped out if Sweden.
Tires alone were about half the normal price.
Yup, you are right Hack. It is way overkill for normal riding. I plan on keeping it on the lowest setting (300 lumens) which will give me a whopping 6 hours of lighting on something that only weights 216 gm. Even at that low setting, the beam is nice and even with a good spread and plenty bright.1200 lumens on a bicycle light is a bit overkill. I bet you 400 is more than enough for the job.