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Old 07-06-19, 11:24 AM
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...on my Carbon-R. Put some jelly on it, it's toast. Anyone need a nice 56cm polished alloy Tange fork?
Where is that crack located?
Well, might as well do an autopsy to figure out how Centurion put their vintage carbons together.
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That's the upper lug of the head tube, with the TT going to the R.
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That's the upper lug of the head tube, with the TT going to the R.
It had a good run. Rest In Pieces.
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Old 07-06-19, 04:41 PM
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...on my Carbon-R. Put some jelly on it, it's toast. Anyone need a nice 56cm polished alloy Tange fork?
Uuuuuuugg!
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I took and posted this from my phone. I didn't realize she had that frown. She wasn't crazy about me taking her picture. Maybe I should delete it.
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Old 07-06-19, 11:03 PM
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Sorry to hear about your bike. Carbon Ironmen are an endangered species ....
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I took and posted this from my phone. I didn't realize she had that frown. She wasn't crazy about me taking her picture. Maybe I should delete it.
Looked fine to me. It was probably just the Sun in her eyes. I say keep the pic in.
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Speaking of the Sun. It's been raining, flooding really in Texas for months now (probably the whole nation). But it's finally let off enough for them to forecast a whole week of No rain with the high in the 90s. The beautiful weather prediction corresponds with our hometown triathlon a week from today. It'll be a good one.
My favorite weather is blue skies and some white puffy (cumulus) clouds and about 80 to 95 degrees. Where in the World can you find sunny skies and 75 to 100 degree weather year round? Where ever that is, I'm getting me a one way ticket....oh and add a beach.
Today I'll ride a 40 to 50 miler on my Carbon Ironman. The same bike I'll be racing this weekend. The Carbon Ironman is fitted the same as my other Ironman. However the lighter weight is distinctive. Especially or Only when carrying it, or accelerating... it just kinda jumps. I can't really detect much difference on rough roads. Admittedly I'm only have a two mile section of chip seal or possibly crushed limestone, I don't know which one. But I don't like it. It's rough but mostly it Looks like it'll cut your tires. I'll try to take a pic of it today. That two mile section I'll describe as car lane, warning track then the part in ride on. So the car lane is kinda beat down but still noisey Inna car, the warning track is deep and will make your teeth rattle if you ride over it, and the section I'm ride on is not beat down but rather sharp. So I dislike it a lot.
Later Irongents, enjoy the good weather if you got it.
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So what did you do with the HED Jets, Tex?
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Originally Posted by texaspandj View Post
Speaking of the Sun. It's been raining, flooding really in Texas for months now (probably the whole nation). But it's finally let off enough for them to forecast a whole week of No rain with the high in the 90s. The beautiful weather prediction corresponds with our hometown triathlon a week from today. It'll be a good one.
My favorite weather is blue skies and some white puffy (cumulus) clouds and about 80 to 95 degrees. Where in the World can you find sunny skies and 75 to 100 degree weather year round? Where ever that is, I'm getting me a one way ticket....oh and add a beach.
Today I'll ride a 40 to 50 miler on my Carbon Ironman. The same bike I'll be racing this weekend. The Carbon Ironman is fitted the same as my other Ironman. However the lighter weight is distinctive. Especially or Only when carrying it, or accelerating... it just kinda jumps. I can't really detect much difference on rough roads. Admittedly I'm only have a two mile section of chip seal or possibly crushed limestone, I don't know which one. But I don't like it. It's rough but mostly it Looks like it'll cut your tires. I'll try to take a pic of it today. That two mile section I'll describe as car lane, warning track then the part in ride on. So the car lane is kinda beat down but still noisey Inna car, the warning track is deep and will make your teeth rattle if you ride over it, and the section I'm ride on is not beat down but rather sharp. So I dislike it a lot.
Later Irongents, enjoy the good weather if you got it.
I can do you 85 - 110 year round, with a beach. The entire Yucatán coast. The cayes off Belize fit the bill as well.
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So what did you do with the HED Jets, Tex?
Still got em. They're tubular, so I'll use them strictly for racing.
I've mentioned this before but my only experience with deep section race wheels was in an half Ironman. I was using a prototype lent to me by a professional triathlete. It was a little tricky in cross winds. Hopefully these will be fine come Sundays race.
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Looked fine to me. It was probably just the Sun in her eyes. I say keep the pic in.
I deleted it before she saw it. After all I have to sleep with her sister. I'll put the other one back.
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Is this chip seal and is chip seal limestone?
Whatever it is I don't like it. I posted earlier that the Carbon Ironman is not much different than my steel Ironman on rough roads. However the Carbon is actually more forgiving on this shstuff.
It's road, white line, warning track, then section I ride on. Fortunately it's only two miles of it on my regular routes.
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I can do you 85 - 110 year round, with a beach. The entire Yucatán coast. The cayes off Belize fit the bill as well.
Duly noted.
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Uuuuuuugg!
that sucks. I still have not got around to trying to pin mine-
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Tell her we like the leg. After all, many of us are IronMEN.
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I deleted it before she saw it. After all I have to sleep with her sister. I'll put the other one back.
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She said , alcohol you later Robbie .
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Is this chip seal and is chip seal limestone?
Whatever it is I don't like it. I posted earlier that the Carbon Ironman is not much different than my steel Ironman on rough roads. However the Carbon is actually more forgiving on this shstuff.
It's road, white line, warning track, then section I ride on. Fortunately it's only two miles of it on my regular routes.
Yup. Chipseal is basically gravel glued together. It's only as good or bad as the aggregate. Some stuff feels like railroad ballast, those huge chunks of sharp edged mini-boulders.

The plus side, it's quick and durable.

The middling side, with enough heavy vehicle traffic the wheel tracks eventually smooth out a bit.

The downside, that never happens on shoulders or anywhere vehicles don't routinely travel.

I've switched the Ironman to 700x25, and I'd go x28 if they fit. But x25 with lower pressure makes it tolerable. I've had good luck with cheap Conti Ultra Sport II. I run the rear around 85 psi, front around 70 psi, and could probably go lower. A bit higher 2017-'18 when I weighed more, but I'm down to 150 lbs now, almost no risk of pinch flatting.

The Trekenstein feels rougher with 700x23 Conti Ultra Sport II, but that's partly due to higher pressure, lower handlebar and longer reach between the stem and brifters. I'm gonna try 700x25, see if they fit without rubbing. 700x28 is definitely out, no room in there.

Good bar wrap helps tame the hand-tingling vibration on chipseal. Or old tube wrap under nicer padded bar wrap. I scrounge REI and my LBS for whatever bar wrap is on sale. Usually the weirder colors are cheaper if they don't sell. I got some hi-viz yellow Arundel Synth Gecko for $15 because nobody wanted that color. It's as comfy as a triple wrap of tube strips, minus the black smudges on our hands afterward.

REI had some Eclypse "cork" foam wrap for around $7. It's not bad, but not up to the quality of Bontrager, Arundel, Fizik, etc. It's a little slippy when my hands are sweaty from electrolytes (my sweat gets really soapy feeling when I drink electrolytes). Better wrap stays grippy with sweaty mitts.
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With crumbling infrastructure and a much larger % of tax revenue going to entitlements now vs. when many of these roads were built, the solution is to cut costs, and chip seal is cheap and durable (even with the bike-hostile rumble strip) compared to something that is easy to ride a bike on. That "wake-up" strip on the edge of the lane creates more danger for cyclists, but probably saves a few lives of motorists. A real headache for bicycling event planners, by the way, as they try to find routes without it.
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So Monday I start my ride using my '86 classic at 601pm. Now I have 4 stop lights before my main road then one more stop light before turn around. Also I probably should mention I have 2 stop signs. Since it's out and back, After the turnaround I have those same stops.
So I'm going along feeling good and strong. So since I have a triathlon "race" this weekend, I decide to push it a little. I'm going along at a pretty good clip. I don't use a cyclemeter and generally don't care about time but since I was pushing it I thought what the hey, lets see. Also I generally ride 26 miles and cut it to 20 miles.
When I finally get back and check my time. Im guessing 105 factoring in the stops of 3 minutes. Instead I look and the clock says 719 so 118 total time.
What the heck man? So basically 15mph. It doesn't build confidence in my "race" this weekend.
What happened? The whole time I'm thinking if someone is behind me they're gonna hurt catching me if they're by themselves. Funny thing is I wasn't hurting at all but yet still MOVING! well, so i thought.

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So Monday I start my ride using my '86 classic at 601pm. Now I have 4 stop lights before my main road then one more stop light before turn around. Also I probably should mention I have 2 stop signs. Since it's out and back, After the turnaround I have those same stops.
So I'm going along feeling good and strong. So since I have a triathlon "race" this weekend, I decide to push it a little. I'm going along at a pretty good clip. I don't use a cyclemeter and generally don't care about time but since I was pushing it I thought what the hey, lets see. Also I generally ride 26 miles and cut it to 20 miles.
When I finally get back and check my time. Im guessing 105 factoring in the stops of 3 minutes. Instead I look and the clock says 719 so 118 total time.
What the heck man? So basically 15mph. It doesn't build confidence in my "race" this weekend.
What happened? The whole time I'm thinking if someone is behind me they're gonna hurt catching me if they're by themselves. Funny thing is I wasn't hurting at all but yet still MOVING! well, so i thought.
It happens to me all the time. You have those days where it feels like you're killing it. You check your pace/time and it shows you're not. Other days, it feels like everything is a struggle and you are creeping along like a turtle/snail. You check your pace/time and you are killing it. Go figure.
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Tex, the only way to really compare ride times is with a cyclometer- even a cheap, simple one will give you elapsed actual running time, so the number of stop signs and time spent at stop lights becomes irrelevant (other than any time lost in accelerating and decelerating). I've found that keeping records over time (I use a Moleskine so totally analog) on five of the main riding routes I use gives me true insight into my current fitness level. It doesn't always give me good news, but it does give me accurate information.

For example, at the beach each year, I do a daily 20 mile sprint. All out, nothing left on the table rides on the same bike that I've taken to the beach for years. Four years ago I struggled to keep my average for the 20 miles in the high teens. Sure, there's the heat factor, and the wind does change direction and strength from day to day, but over time and a large number of rides, it was clear that 18-19 was pretty much the max and it was HARD. After training with my SiL and daughter earlier in the summer, this year we exceeded 20 several times. Best was an average of 20.4. Without the inexpensive CatEye Strada cyclometer I use, would never have known about the improvement.
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I have a TomTom Spark 3 watch. It automatically takes out periods of stopped time. I don't have to pause it like some of the Garmins, FitBits, etc.
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Then you days like this past Saturday's weekend run. We start out at 6:30 and it is around 75 and close to 100% humidity. Sauna, baby. Everyone knows it's going to suck. I have trouble breathing in heavy humidity. It's like swimming. Luckily, it was a drop back week, so only 6 miles with a SAG mid way. My glasses stayed fogged up till the SAG. By about mile 2, people aren't really talking that much. Mostly complaining about the conditions. Usually with about 3 miles left, I start picking it up. Not happening this time. In fact, I decide to let the people I came out of the SAG with go on. I'm in creeping along just to get back mode. I come upon this young,(and attractive) female running slow 50 to 100 yard intervals. As I go by, she appears to be struggling. I gap her by about 30, then think about it. I stop and wait for her to catch up. I ask if she is a first timer. She is, so I know she will need help getting in. I tell her I'm not feeling it either, so we can run together. In my mind though, I am thinking, "sweet, the conditions suck today. I'm going to get to walk most of the rest of the way." So much for the competitive attitude. Anyway, we start back running intervals at a snail's pace. Suddenly, the girl stops, bends over and says she is having stomach issues. She stands up, crosses her legs and tells me I need to go ahead for a few minutes! She's looking around for a place to go like an animal. I tell her there is a 7-11 a block ahead on our route if she can make it. I run ahead to confirm. She comes slowing walking up in that gait that all of us have been in before. She stays in the 7-11 for what seems like a long time. I'm getting bumrushed outside by a pleasant homeless person. She finally comes out with that embarrassed look that we all have had before. We take off running at her pace. One of the team coaches joins us to make sure she is ok. She actually picks it up the rest of the way and we make it back. I tell some of the coaches to keep an eye on here the rest of the season. She and the rest of the first timers got lucky in that they got a taste of the hot and humid conditions on a short run. It's a wakeup call for what will come the rest of the way. From this weekend on it will be more of the same with no short weekend runs. 9+ every weekend going forward. They will either learn from it and adjust/adapt their pacing, hydration, etc. or they will bonk like she did.

You're going to have good and bad days. If it's a bad day, take it in stride. No use beating yourself up for it. That won't help you in the long run. Learn from it and see what you can do to improve.

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Not my bike and I don't know the owner , also a bad description of what I think is a 85' Ironman . Thru me off for a second with the "Masters" tag , we all know there is no Masters in less of course you are talking plural . So what do you think @texaspandj is this the one ? Is it a 54cm or a 56cm ? Friendly price though .

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