10/01/2012 at 14:54
Why log yourself in here for the sole sack of posting that rubbish?
I agree with Jack and Shadow.
To get this email, you
must have signed up to receive them, and have been receiving free
advice from Simon on a weekly basis since you did. Yes some of his emails are promoting his business, of course they are, he'd be an idiot if he didn't. So all
he is saying is if
you think he's a good coach then
vote for him.
I get his emails, some of his free tips are good, but I haven't voted for him.
Get a life.
01/12/2011 at 09:55
I've just done exactly that...upgraded from Tiagra to 105, and an ultegra rear mech after I got one cheap off fleabay.
105 is better shifting, although I've not tuned it right yet so can't notice the difference yet.
You can use 10 speed shifters with a 9 cassette, as long as you set the limit screws right. I don't think you can do it the other way round.
01/12/2011 at 09:46
Sorry - just realised I hadn't said, and for those that don't know me. If anyone on here is interested drop me a PM as the price will be significantly lower direct (no feabay fees)
27/11/2011 at 13:50
Hi - next to go is my baby, Giant TCR advanced composite road bike, custom paint job, Dura Ace kit.
also on eBay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/110783280917
? ... 1555.l2649
and pics here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/61577188@N
19/11/2011 at 22:01
Loads of studies to show glucosamine and chrondoitin help with cartilidge/ joint repair.
....Ive no idia how manee words I splet worng in their.
19/11/2011 at 17:48
Last eBay sale fell through (foreign buyer
If selling to someone on here would be looking for £650 + shipping? PM me if interested.
12/11/2011 at 01:47
I did a lot of research on this recently, and it pretty much boiled down to it doesn't matter what length you use.
Longer length = more leverage, but slower cadence as your foot has further to travel
Shorter length = less leverage, but higher cadence as your foot travels less
Overall power remains the same.
The factors that do matter are:
- your prefered riding style, ie do you spin, or do you mash?
- your body position - a shorter crank lets you position your seat higher, so more aero
30/10/2011 at 17:15
Put my TT bike up on fleabay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/110766377192
? ... 1555.l2649
If you're interested let me know, and if we work something out I'll take it off there.
There's a few other bits on there too.
03/09/2011 at 09:43
So it depends how much you love the Vengence? If you're putting in loads of training miles (which you'll need to for IM) it's going to get damaged/ worn out, and you'll need more replacements.
It also depends if you are racing for the best time possible, or just to do it?
In terms of what's best to race on, hands down it's a tri-bike. There are a few decent entry level tri-bikes for £1000 I think, but it will be a compromise on frame, kit, or wheels (or all of them).
...my first few years of tri I raced on a roadie with aero bars and good wheels, I've only switched to a tri-bike this year, and so far I haven't seen a huge improvement in time tbh.
03/09/2011 at 09:37
The other forum, the one that shall not be named (BC3xT) seems to have gone down? All I get is a clusterf*** page???
Discussions started by Tesseract
Last Post: 01/12/2011 at 09:46
Last Post: 19/11/2011 at 17:48
Last Post: 05/09/2011 at 19:54
Last Post: 18/02/2010 at 13:42
Last Post: 06/11/2009 at 22:54
Last Post: 30/10/2009 at 18:07
Last Post: 07/08/2009 at 13:41
Last Post: 07/08/2009 at 12:25
Last Post: 07/08/2009 at 12:21
Last Post: 31/07/2009 at 15:36
Last Post: 21/09/2010 at 13:27
Last Post: 30/03/2011 at 21:11
Last Post: 03/09/2010 at 10:17
Last Post: 20/08/2010 at 19:28
Last Post: 24/07/2010 at 19:24