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Posted By tonski

I didn't have luck with honey, I had to eat the...

I didn't have luck with honey, I had to eat the pollen to get any kind of effect. The first couple of granules I took made me flush, turn red, and generally feel like I was fire - now I eat a...
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Posted By tonski

Same is true for most roadies, but there's...

Same is true for most roadies, but there's something reassuring knowing that you didn't PR because of wind and not your lack of strength or that you didn't get the PR because you're weak and need to...
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Posted By tonski

My nose is always too clogged to get a Neti pot...

My nose is always too clogged to get a Neti pot to pour through :-)
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Posted By tonski

I use 165s on track and all road bikes, I'm 5'9"...

I use 165s on track and all road bikes, I'm 5'9" with 33" inseam. What was the +- tolerance % on the power testing?
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Posted By tonski

I'll second the Neti pot sentiment.

I'll second the Neti pot sentiment.
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Posted By tonski

like @Dalai...

like @Dalai (http://www.bikeforums.net/member.php?u=47245) - I also boulder indoors and out except I go year round.
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Posted By tonski

carleton - I also have debilitating allergies,...

carleton - I also have debilitating allergies, even with shots I've slept through most spring/summer/autumns of my life (I have them year round). Eating straight bee pollen (not in honey and not...
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Posted By tonski

That is correct - it's a road crank mated to...

That is correct - it's a road crank mated to track spider
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Posted By tonski

Power2Max offers a rotor3d 165mm for track too -

Power2Max offers a rotor3d 165mm for track too -
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Posted By tonski

That's what I'm saying in a long winded way.

That's what I'm saying in a long winded way.
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Posted By tonski

It isn't an irrelevant number if you're a person...

It isn't an irrelevant number if you're a person that can't burn a match and still go hard afterwards.
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Posted By tonski

I use power2max on all my bikes (including road)...

I use power2max on all my bikes (including road) but you lose some options for cranksets. I didn't care for how finicky the Garmin pods were, I used to calibrate and repair avionics equipment so I'm...
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Posted By tonski

Are the molecules small enough to seep from the...

Are the molecules small enough to seep from the tube faster than what goes in by regular pump?
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Posted By tonski

Does anyone know anyone at Alkek, or at least...

Does anyone know anyone at Alkek, or at least some of the following info? I'm trying to figure out what I need to do to start racing there this year while I'm in Houston for work . I've done some...
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Posted By tonski

Good information. Long TT doesn't often work for...

Good information. Long TT doesn't often work for me. 34" inseam + 69" tall = not a lot of reach.
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Posted By tonski

Good recommends on this one.

Good recommends on this one.
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Posted By tonski

Any reviews on the VISP? I've only ever seen one...

Any reviews on the VISP? I've only ever seen one IRL, he was riding and I was motorcycling way too fast to see any detail -
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Posted By tonski

IP their suits and then stand inspections for...

IP their suits and then stand inspections for uniformity amongst their sales team.

IBM has cool enough stuff, they could go after Garmin if they were so inclined. Not with HUD glasses, though. ...
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Posted By tonski

How distracting would that be to see your power...

How distracting would that be to see your power data on your glasses. How intimidating would it be if you had a HUD with a terminator eye on the outside while you lined up for a match sprint? That...
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Posted By tonski

Is it out already? What's the name?

Is it out already? What's the name?
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Posted By tonski

Carleton likes to do 650's

Carleton likes to do 650's
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Posted By tonski

Here's my second track bike (bought specifically...

Here's my second track bike (bought specifically for Texas), a Felt TK3 - currently spending 3 of 5 weeks in Houston and the other 2 weeks in Sacramento. Yay, 2 velodromes. Here is my TX bike in...
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Posted By tonski

Awesome, thank you. I know it's...

Awesome, thank you.



I know it's getting off topic but what other rims are out there? I'm relatively new to track stuff and plan to commute and race track this season. I've been racing road...
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Posted By tonski

Anyone have experience with the HED Ardennes...

Anyone have experience with the HED Ardennes track?
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Posted By tonski

I'll write the Android version if you need a dev...

I'll write the Android version if you need a dev (for free, because I'm a cyclist nerd). I've written iOS and android apps..send me a PM.
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Posted By tonski

Nice, looking forward to actually seeing how I...

Nice, looking forward to actually seeing how I fare in a real race. Flyers in mock scratch races are fun and all but I don't think I could maintain 30 for again as many laps. You going to the...
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Posted By tonski

Ended up with 100mm stem, so only a cm longer...

Ended up with 100mm stem, so only a cm longer than pictured. I have super long legs and an average arm length, TT bikes don't fit right either hah.
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Posted By tonski

hellyer yes. i'll be out there for race night...

hellyer yes. i'll be out there for race night oct 31.
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Posted By tonski

This doesn't really answer your question; not...

This doesn't really answer your question; not sure if you've had a good experience with VDS but you might contribute to...
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Posted By tonski

I had all the spare parts at my folks' house...

I had all the spare parts at my folks' house during the build and that 90 is the only one I had here - I'll see what the 120 feels like
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Posted By tonski

Hah, thank you. I'm still trying to get the fit...

Hah, thank you. I'm still trying to get the fit right, reach is currently shorter than my crit bikes and I kind of like it. Crit bikes: elbows bent in the drops still mostly forward of knees, on the...
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Posted By tonski

Damn that's a bummer

Damn that's a bummer
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Posted By tonski

For you Planet-X-curious types, here is a pro/con...

For you Planet-X-curious types, here is a pro/con of their road wheels as that's my experience with them (I've had 2 sets for over 2 years and another for 4 years, all tubulars)

Pros:
-...
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Posted By tonski

How do you like that Planet-X? Here's...

How do you like that Planet-X?

Here's another of the Ritte

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Posted By tonski

Sorry to hear man, that's definitely a sickie....

Sorry to hear man, that's definitely a sickie. Insurance going to cover?
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Posted By tonski

Steerer tube makes for interesting fourth point...

Steerer tube makes for interesting fourth point of contact

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Posted By tonski

Glad to hear it. I just got the rotor on the...

Glad to hear it. I just got the rotor on the ritte yesterday
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Posted By tonski

What did you buy? I'm looking at the Power2Max...

What did you buy? I'm looking at the Power2Max Rotor crank ..
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Views: 93,410
Posted By tonski

Roger that. I'm in the queue for an English TT...

Roger that. I'm in the queue for an English TT bike currently. I have a Ritte 8055 that I'm still building but I'm not quite sure how the road fit transforms into a track fit. Is the saddle position...
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Views: 93,410
Posted By tonski

Any advice for a roadie? I haven't met a TT bike...

Any advice for a roadie? I haven't met a TT bike that would fit my legs and arms (extremely long legs, apparently). Is track a case like TT bikes where you just deal with it until it becomes normal?
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Views: 93,410
Posted By tonski

It's personal after doing away with the terrible...

It's personal after doing away with the terrible gel chamois. I prefer Castelli and DHBs chamois and didn't like hincapie. A lot of others do like Hincapie. I also road race and wear skin suits for...
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Posted By tonski

Any of you guys wrap your bars with two layers of...

Any of you guys wrap your bars with two layers of tape for thickness?
07-14-14, 10:17 AM
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Views: 1,937
Posted By tonski

Another one I rode that was decent was Fizik...

Another one I rode that was decent was Fizik Tritone, it's meant for time trialing but it has a wide channel and you can sit further back on it if you'd like (unlike the Adamo), and it's meant for...
Forum: Road Cycling
07-14-14, 10:12 AM
Replies: 26
Views: 2,030
Posted By tonski

Hincapie bibs do it for me, Selle SMP also...

Hincapie bibs do it for me, Selle SMP also relieved problems I was having similar to you
Forum: Road Cycling
07-14-14, 12:04 AM
Replies: 131
Views: 7,260
Posted By tonski

It looks like he's saying that you're putting...

It looks like he's saying that you're putting artificial constraints on the OPs question. Don't really know for sure though and the "study" is flawed anyway, if you wanted to know if you'd ride...
Forum: Road Cycling
07-13-14, 11:38 PM
Replies: 131
Views: 7,260
Posted By tonski

Honestly they'd all fall from a helicopter at the...

Honestly they'd all fall from a helicopter at the same rate, buy what you like and ride it as hard or long as you'd like. Anecdotal evidence in this thread should be enough to tell you there is no...
07-13-14, 10:51 PM
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Views: 3,690
Posted By tonski

what 50mm wheel? i go down to 50mm when its...

what 50mm wheel? i go down to 50mm when its windy on a TT bike and normally ride 65s unless im doing a hill climb tt. maybe thats why im slow tho..
07-13-14, 10:24 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 1,937
Posted By tonski

if youre looking for soft tissue relief and often...

if youre looking for soft tissue relief and often sit on that part (i did on a selle italia slr for years), check out selle smp..they're ugly as hell, they let your pelvis rotate, they're wide(r),...
07-13-14, 06:25 PM
Replies: 18
Views: 3,977
Posted By tonski

This. Adjusting reach with the saddle isn't the...

This. Adjusting reach with the saddle isn't the solution. If you're sliding forward tilt your saddle up (very little makes a big difference), if you're intentionally moving yourself forward because...
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