I know the "real" cyclists think racks are for girly men and DUI riders but I carry stuff all the time and I don't race and may never race so it makes sense to me. Plus that is where I keep the pistola and ammo when I ride the South end.
mendelman said:All this talk of commuter bikes makes me jealous.
I have a 1996 Trek 970 that I would love to convert to a more friendly commuter bike. What is the best means to getting a rack on the rear, without having the requisite mounts on the rear triangle?
martini said:This is one of the coolest headbadges I've seen. Neat bikes to boot.
donk said:My favourite head badge is from columbine bikes
I love good bike eye candy.
JNA said:I have wanted one of those !
1st ? what is it called?
2nd? recommendation on purchasing one?
Queen B said:I am going to work out at the Y this winter and then am hoping to get into some biking next spring, sshh, that's a goal I have set for myself personally, no body else knows yet. We'll see if I can structure myself.
any options on using a trainer at home vs going to the Y for spinning?
The Irish One said:How loud are the rollers?
JNA said:Sunday temps were in the 70's great afternoon for a bike ride.
Damn frozen SPD'S and worn out shoes.
donk said:Damn frozen SPD'S and worn out shoes.
martini said:I know donk is out with a collarbone issue right now. I've had kidney stones before, and they sucked, but it was only temporary pain. This pain is constant and worse.
Mike D. said:So I'm working on starting a new team for next season, and was hit with the question last night..."Which bikes do you want? Orbea, Giant, or Fuji?"