FS: Cannondale SuperX HM Disc Team Replica 54cm
This bike is like new with many upgrades and is a Team Replica of the Cannondale Cyclocrossworld bikes (except the Zipp wheels that you cant buy)
Upgrades include carbon bars, carbon stem, carbon seat post, carbon wheels and carbon railed saddle all in team colours. The 2013 Sram Red groupset is also all in team green colours. Jagwire white cable kit for smooth braking and gear changes. A stunning bike, only done about 500 miles max.
My rear wheel on my road bike has developed a nasty looking crack, necessitating a new purchase. The guy at Evans (only bike shop open today near me) suggested I get a Mavic http://www.evanscycles.com/products/mavic/2012-aksium-rear-wheel-ec03331 as it would suit my needs. I rode 3500km last year, 90% of which was commuting on potholey roads. I'll probably end up stumping up for the Mavic but wondered if anyone has any advice on a good, cheap(ish) wheel for commuting. Speediness it not a major consideration and can be sacrificed for sturdiness.
I am on the look for a folding bike but am on a bit of a budget, I am moving back to Cornwall and need a folding bike for a 4 mile ride to the coach station.
I have been looking at something like a Issimo F100 as I don't want to go for one with very small wheels.
Biggest problem is budget, as I have no more then £100, would prefer to spend less.
within 50 mile of Northwood HA6 would be preferred as well.
Thanks in advance.
I currently have many bikes and looking for a bike that could replace them all, ie, for commuting, centuries, light off road and light touring.
I can't decide between those 2 frames:
Surly cross check or All City Space Horse?
The surly has good reviews but I don't like the look of it.
The Space Horse looks great, but I can't find a single test report online.
Anyone has experience with one of these?
My first time on road.cc so be nice.
I am a London commuter, an amateur TT and MTB enthusiast, a respiratory paediatrician and a pollution researcher and I am interested in the health impacts and determinants of London air pollution exposure.
I'm looking for healthy regular London cyclists (ideally commuters) aged 18-40, non-smoking, who regularly and habitually use an anti-pollution mask for their London rides. I'd like an hour of your time to take part in a research study that will investigate the role of masks in this story.
Usual local media rubbish, but really wound me up so thought I'd share.
The irony is most cycle traffic goes faster along there at peak time anyway - so its pretty unlikely he ever has a problem of overtaking a cyclist, more like getting overtaken by too many!
I ride 25 miles daily from Bracknell to Staines and watching the fumes belch out of larger vehicles is starting to concern me. Are pollution masks worth the money? If so what the best one to get? I don't want anything too restrictive so I turn into a dribbling mess but some protection would be nice. Any review pages or comments welcome! How do I know my size?