- Best race frameset under £2k?1 year 47 weeks agoGreat suggestions and
Great suggestions and comments.
I have added a few framesets to review/testride including the Giant TCR Advanced SL ISP which I hadn't previously considered.
Keep going...any more?
- Updated: Sir Bradley Wiggins out of Tour de France - Official1 year 47 weeks agoSD beat me to it. Its
SD beat me to it. Its official now
- Rapha Wiggo Supporter's jersey released1 year 47 weeks agoIf it's same material as the
If it's same material as the standard version it feels horrible to touch.
The basic t-shirt feels nice for £25 though.
- Updated: Sir Bradley Wiggins out of Tour de France - Official1 year 47 weeks agoOfficially out according to
Officially out according to sky site now http://www.teamsky.com/article/0,27290,17546_8744262,00.html
- Alpe d' huez for the Tour in July.1 year 47 weeks agofarrell wrote:chiv30farrell wrote:chiv30 wrote:
majority of campsites and hotels were fully booked by December 2012 and having followed the tourlast year it pays to get a spot early if you want a good one.
II'm based at the bottom of alpe dhuez for this year so it's up out the campsite and start walking up about 8ish
We've still not sorted a campsite as we couldn't find anywhere that didn't want to charge for a full week, we're only in Bourg from Tuesday to Friday so we're hoping that if we turn up on spec someone may sort us a space out for 3 nights. If not, we are roughing it, I can see it being more fun and more comfortable than kipping in Euston and St Pancras.
And warmer and less windy than the platform at Sheffield.
Just be aware that if you are roughing it a lot of the area around bourg is covered by the ecrins national park and camping there is frowned upon unless it's a recognised spot.
As mentioned above le grave isn't a bad idea but again it's the traveling in on the day that you may suffer with the only other option I guess is get upto dutch corner a day or so before the stage , get friendly with the dutch and see if you can pitch a small 2 man tent next to one of the camper vans , as long as you have beer or wine they should welcome you in
- Lynskey Cooper / Enigma eclipse1 year 47 weeks agoI have a lynskey sportive
I have a lynskey sportive similar to th cooper. I test rode an enigma but I thought the lynskey was better, not sure why now. Test ride them if u can ti is a lot of money and you don't want to regret the bike you get.
- Rapha Wiggo Supporter's jersey released1 year 47 weeks agoheck yeah!
admittedly its off-peak now, but why would I pay £42 for a jersey when I can pick one up from sports-direct et al for £15 (as i did, full kit as well
I dont think £35 is too bad, but for the tiny amount of material involved in a kids shirt I am pretty sure the margins are enough to drop the price and get the youngsters hooked really early
and re. the recent forum debate about Teamsky kits, as a cycling dad I would be more than happy for my boys to wear a team sky top instead of a football shirt!
- DAUPHINE1 year 47 weeks agoI'll be honest this is the
I'll be honest this is the hardest race of the year to date that I've had to pick for std wise for the 1st stage , Ithink iit's a tougher stage than people here are expecting and tbh I don't think gerrans will get a look in , I read it a lot like some of the Giros mm stages where some of those lumps just crippled the peleton
- Updated: Sir Bradley Wiggins out of Tour de France - Official1 year 47 weeks agoI suspect that people who
I suspect that people who don't like Wiggins have reason to do so, and to dismiss them as 'haters' reveals more about those commenting.
Wiggins has not exactly shone in PR terms; a fairly disreputable exit from Garmin, ill advised comments regarding Armstrong, and the on going silliness with Froome and the Tour.
Being the darling of the new-to-cycling fans because he's British wears thin very quickly...
...and if you live in Chorley, rain really shouldn't be a surprise.
- Updated: Sir Bradley Wiggins out of Tour de France - Official1 year 47 weeks agoToo much play eh? I reckon
Too much play eh? I reckon Chris Froome has done a Tonya Harding
- Sabotage will not be tolerated warning from Hampshire Police ahead of Wiggle Spring Sportive re-run1 year 47 weeks agocat1commuter wrote:Good tocat1commuter wrote:
Good to hear, but what criminal offence could someone who threw tacks on the road be charged with?
I'd start with this...
"If a person, without lawful authority or excuse, in any way wilfully obstructs the free passage along a highway he is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine"
If anyone were to have an accident, then various levels of "assault" might be applicable, perhaps actual/grievous bodily harm, perhaps wounding with intent. Would depend how brave the CPS were and how much evidence of malice...
- Advice for the correct size1 year 47 weeks agoit turns out the measures of
it turns out the measures of B and C are inverted, as a result for the M the B is 535 mm while the C is 550 mm, for the L the B is 560 mm while the C is 575 mm
I've just spoken with battaglin customer service
- Updated: Sir Bradley Wiggins out of Tour de France - Official1 year 47 weeks agoWell, of course we can all
Well, of course we can all speculate all we like, doesnt do any good. Let support Froome at the TdF and Wiggins for the Vuelta (where maybe being an underdog might suit him psychologically?). Yes, there are a lot of haters of Wiggins here - shame that.
- My side project1 year 47 weeks agoAfter doing a search you give
After doing a search you give the option of picking a brand or retailer on the left, how about adding a product category? It's an evolution of the MTB/road toggle that Ben mentioned.
- Cyclist's Output Power1 year 47 weeks agohttp://analyticcycling.com/
http://analyticcycling.com/ All the calculations you need for these sort of the questions and more
I am 83kg and generate about 200W. I think that's why I am a bit slower than the Pros
- Strava abroad1 year 47 weeks agoThe iphone has data roaming
The iphone has data roaming switched off by default these days. Someone with the first gen iphone complained about an £8k phone bill or something after watching youtube vids on holiday.
So you shouldn't have to do anything.
- Anyone used bike discount.de1 year 47 weeks agoAlso Rose Bikes, bought some
Also Rose Bikes, bought some spare wheels off them; incredible value and really quick delivery.
- DAUPHINE1 year 47 weeks agoray silvester wrote:You couldray silvester wrote:
You could get a fair few points in scrabble for my team!!
Stuck with Kwiatkowski then?
- Sabotage will not be tolerated warning from Hampshire Police ahead of Wiggle Spring Sportive re-run1 year 47 weeks agoDo the morons who throw the
Do the morons who throw the tacks on the road clean them up after the event is over ? If not surely there is a risk that locals will suffer punctures, both on bikes and in cars.
- Best race frameset under £2k?1 year 47 weeks agoSimon E wrote:notfastenoughSimon E wrote:notfastenough wrote:
Raleigh started racing for the VO2 Dev Team, so that's understandable.
Ah, I missed that. Good luck Raleigh!
Cheers, it's going pretty well actually
Always think about starting a blog, but have never really gotten round to it.
A lot of sponsors have pulled out this year; eg. Met (Helmets) and Holmes Couriers. (Don't buy any of that stuff.)
I've got an affiliation to the Wheel manufacturer PHIAN. (Buy that stuff).
Also I think Cervelo's are simply fantastic. (Also buy that stuff).
- Sabotage will not be tolerated warning from Hampshire Police ahead of Wiggle Spring Sportive re-run1 year 47 weeks agoA Public Order offence for a
A Public Order offence for a startoff.
- Rapha Wiggo Supporter's jersey released1 year 47 weeks agothemartincox wrote:My kidsthemartincox wrote:
My kids (ages 4 and 7) had to wear a Team jersey to school last week to show their support to their favourite team.
In the end they were Nottingham Forest jerseys, but had this been out then, and priced sensibly for mini-humans I would have been sorely tempted
£35 is good for Rapha indeed, but for the little-uns it still seems a bit expensive - a £10 drop and bosh, done deal!
Interesting comment Martin. Now, I'm not in any way defending Rapha, but seeing as you mentioned football jerseys, I had a look at the Manchester United website and a kids jersey there costs £42. Is that too a 'bit expensive'?
- DAUPHINE1 year 47 weeks agoI have a Bretagne, just hope
I have a Bretagne, just hope its the right one
- Richard Ballantine RIP1 year 47 weeks agoRIP Richard, greatly missed.
RIP Richard, greatly missed. If it wasn't for him I wouldn't know how to adjust my brakes without help. (I also wouldn't know how to kill a dog...)
- Lance Armstrong tweets about his new bike… and it's not a Trek1 year 47 weeks agoI've boycotted Trek & ShimaNO
I've boycotted Trek & ShimaNO for 8+ years since I felt he was too good to be truemattsavage wrote:
I'm going straight out and buying two Parlee's! (if I have to sell my child and whore out my wife...!)
So therefore I'm thinking of selling my my three Parlee's after reading this...... then again they are sublime, and I'd have to change my forum name. Nah best ride them
Actually I do already have a Z5 for sale (£1400) which looks a lot like the finish on the one the texanscum has bleatweeted.