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Posted By JuiceWillis

I think you might be right, so the owner of the...

I think you might be right, so the owner of the company has to OWN the mistakes made, not treat them like they are not a big deal. For instance, I was told that the 105mm spaced fork would "be fine"...
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I get all that, but at the end of the day, the...

I get all that, but at the end of the day, the final quality check has to be done by the OWNER of the company. I shouldnít be receiving a bike with a 105mm spaced fork and messed up drop out plates....
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I had heard only good things, which is why I...

I had heard only good things, which is why I ordered from DF. If you are questioning your order (as I felt there was definitely something fishy going on a few weeks after my order) PM me. Iím not one...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

The lack of quality control and lack of prompt...

The lack of quality control and lack of prompt communication sealed the deal for me. I will never purchase something bike related sight unseen again. I guess you get what you pay for. I ended up...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Ok, here we go with my Dixie Flyer story: I...

Ok, here we go with my Dixie Flyer story:

I ordered a 62cm BTB frame the beginning of May. It shipped 3-4 weeks later after not hearing anything. The frame arrived, the fork spacing was 105mm +,...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Iíve decided any solution isnít really worth it...

Iíve decided any solution isnít really worth it at this point, i put some longer reach bars for now and will stick with the upward 140, Iím waiting on a new frame with a much longer top tube, itís...
05-18-19, 04:48 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Aftermarket fork question

this might sound stupid but that is because I am stupid... I am looking for an aftermarket fork for my langster Pro (which has an integrated headset.) I bought the bike used, so the fork was already...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I am currently using an upward 140mm 17deg stem,...

I am currently using an upward 140mm 17deg stem, i really need a 150 -6 deg, but havenít been able to find one yet.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Thanks!

Thanks!
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Aftermarket fork question

ok this might sound stupid but that is because I am stupid... I am looking for an aftermarket fork for my langster Pro (which has an integrated headset.) I bought the bike used, so the fork was...
03-25-19, 03:54 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

This. I pretty much quit road racing, and focus...

This. I pretty much quit road racing, and focus on the gym and the occasional track race (maybe a shorter crit or two.) The side effects: my training rides are like 3-4 days a week, barely ever over...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Cannondale makes some "traditional bend" road...

Cannondale makes some "traditional bend" road drops that are cheap and should work.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Yes that looks like an updated version. All my...

Yes that looks like an updated version. All my seated interval stuff is done on it, and it has the ability to adjust to 120mm spacing. I do not have a power meter on my track bike so for dedicated...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I train exclusively on my track bike. I have...

I train exclusively on my track bike. I have rollers and a cycleops magnus smart trainer that has 3 different settings for different drop out settings. To train standing starts, I go outside on a...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

The bottom line is that itís a man competing in a...

The bottom line is that itís a man competing in a womenís field...period...end of discussion. It doesnít matter how much surgery, hormones, etc. you take or how you dress, itís a MAN....in a womenís...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

That is what I am thinking...

That is what I am thinking...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

wondering this too...

wondering this too...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Yeah i would wait a few days and just take it...

Yeah i would wait a few days and just take it easy and spin around, then re-test when you are fresh
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Posted By JuiceWillis

So were your power reading lower than expected as...

So were your power reading lower than expected as well? Maybe just take whatever the results were and set your zones, do your structured workouts based on those zones and see if the harder workouts...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Did you use a PM or only go by HR?

Did you use a PM or only go by HR?
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Does anyone have any experience/insights into the...

Does anyone have any experience/insights into the Holdsworth Roi De Velo track frame that is available on the Planet X website? I might be in the market for a new frame, but have heard nothing about...
07-19-18, 12:01 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

If you are racing (in my case primarily crits and...

If you are racing (in my case primarily crits and occasional track) how often are you actually ďtrainingĒ during the season? Trying to avoid the burn out that happened to me last year around this...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

i agree, this was more of a curiosity question....

i agree, this was more of a curiosity question. Iíve run what most consider ďbigĒ on the local level (96-98in) in enduro events and had some success. Once i got away from 88-92in I started to have...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I am aware everyone is different hence the...

I am aware everyone is different hence the post... and why flying 50s?
05-31-18, 01:19 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Cool if youíre stepping on stage...for an athlete...

Cool if youíre stepping on stage...for an athlete i would say hell no.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

This is a question based on pure laziness and...

This is a question based on pure laziness and being cheap...Does anyone NOT wrap their sprint bars? I wear full fingered baseball gloves that have plenty of grip. I am also the most anal bar wrapper...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

tell me more...since all my workouts are now...

tell me more...since all my workouts are now cadence based this lack of accuracy on my sensor really sucks.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

To anyone that uses a wahoo cadence sensor and...

To anyone that uses a wahoo cadence sensor and wahoo Elemnt bike computer, has anyone had weird readings when doing higher cadences? I was doing cadence drills on the rollers, and i was hitting...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Thanks guys!

Thanks guys!
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Posted By JuiceWillis

do Dura Ace chain ring nuts/bolts (the knurled...

do Dura Ace chain ring nuts/bolts (the knurled ones) work with sram omnium cranks? Sorry if this is a stupid question, but using 2 tools to remove chain rings is a PIA. If not, what glue do you guys...
11-21-17, 03:03 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I love the Zwift races. They are a great...

I love the Zwift races. They are a great threshold/hammerfest for those of us with limited training time. That being said, I am grouped as an "A" and if the race is longer than 17mi or has any climbs...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Interval Training

During the offseason, those focused on points and scratch races, how much of your on the bike training is doing high intensity intervals (power zone 6, and Vo2 Max)?
09-20-17, 08:30 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I have a wabi lightning SE. Its my favorite all...

I have a wabi lightning SE. Its my favorite all around bike to ride. I've used it for commuting and even raced it in some fixed crits.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I agree 100% with you, just wanted to see if...

I agree 100% with you, just wanted to see if there was something I was missing. I gave up base miles 2 years ago, probably do 80% of my training either on the trainer, gym, or at the track. Intervals...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I asked and got the "breathe better" answer lol....

I asked and got the "breathe better" answer lol. No real explanation and I never had trouble breathing anyways, 38cm bars FTW?
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Question: I was under the impression that...

Question: I was under the impression that narrower bars were the way to go, however, my coach told me he wants me on wider bars? He’s a former Olympian (Munich 1972) so I wasn’t about to argue with...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I ended up selling the Mavics (350 bucks) which...

I ended up selling the Mavics (350 bucks) which is what I paid for them. I’m going to use the wabi standard wheels I have for training/Street, and my shop is building up the HED Belgiums laced to...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I sold them today, getting some HED Belgiums...

I sold them today, getting some HED Belgiums laced to Dura Ace, wabi wheelset for Street.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Now you're talking!

Now you're talking!
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Yeah its really annoying, I already cracked the...

Yeah its really annoying, I already cracked the axle once (luckily a friend of mine had a replacement.) I guess its a really durable wheelset, but I don't understand why they just don't build them...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Unfortunately I can't find that tool :( so ill...

Unfortunately I can't find that tool :( so ill have to order it. I'll try just finger tightening first and then using the wrench. I know I'm being a big baby about this I just wish it was as easy as...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I have been using the ellipses they are just a...

I have been using the ellipses they are just a pain in the ass for quick gear changes (I am also lazy as hell)

Anyone who has ellipses please chime in: when re-installing the rear wheel, I put the...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Agreed about the weight factor. I'm more just...

Agreed about the weight factor. I'm more just done with the ellipses because they are a pain in the ass to do gear changes with since you have to hold the axle in place with an Allen key while you...
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Wabi sub-15s for racing/training

Any drawbacks from using these wheels for racing? My stock wheels on my Langster pro are sluggish and heavy. Ive been swapping my wabi wheels back and forth from my lightning se and am considering...
08-03-17, 11:47 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I am 6'1 but have long legs and arms (inseam of...

I am 6'1 but have long legs and arms (inseam of 36in). I did all my measurements in competitive cyclist and sent them over in an email to wabi. I also measured my track bike (which is a 58 w/ 130mm...
07-29-17, 09:07 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I'll let you know when I get mine Wednesday! I'm...

I'll let you know when I get mine Wednesday! I'm having it set up pretty aggressive.
07-11-17, 05:36 PM
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Posted By JuiceWillis

I'm between the vigorelli or the wabi lightning...

I'm between the vigorelli or the wabi lightning for a fixed crit build...can't decide
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Posted By JuiceWillis

its funny you guys say this...I had a cord pop...

its funny you guys say this...I had a cord pop out twice yesterday...Just ordered lace-ups.
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Posted By JuiceWillis

Carleton, in between races, how does a 48x16-17...

Carleton, in between races, how does a 48x16-17 for keeping the legs moving and warmup? I have cogs ranging from 14-17 and the before mentioned 48,49t chainrings.
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