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Posted By bicievino

This may not be a super helpful recommendation,...

This may not be a super helpful recommendation, but if you're ordering team kit, ordering up a size and asking for shorter legs has worked for me.
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Posted By bicievino

I can only speak to since 2019, but US masters...

I can only speak to since 2019, but US masters nationals hasn't required compliance with UCI geometry restrictions except for record attempts.
Not that that necessarily means anything for what...
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Posted By bicievino

We've run a co-ed Madison for a few years at the...

We've run a co-ed Madison for a few years at the Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome.
Pairings are tough, but we've managed to have some pretty exciting races nevertheless.
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Posted By bicievino

Veloflex Record comes in clincher, too.

Veloflex Record comes in clincher, too.
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Posted By bicievino

tracktiming.live

tracktiming.live
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Posted By bicievino

I don't have any specific recommendations with...

I don't have any specific recommendations with regards to the BMC.
When it comes to matching your road bike's reach/stack, though, I'll offer two things that may be helpful. For general mass-start...
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Posted By bicievino

Guilty as charged.

Guilty as charged.
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Posted By bicievino

Hey, I wanted to come back and thank you for this...

Hey, I wanted to come back and thank you for this recommendation.
I went with the same wheel and love it. The width is... surprising at first, but it tested shockingly fast, and feels really good.
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Posted By bicievino

I ran a trispoke (light bicycle, based on the...

I ran a trispoke (light bicycle, based on the Revolver design) for all the events at masters nationals this past week at T-town. The gamut of wind conditions, and at no point did I have stiffness or...
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Posted By bicievino

I'll be there! Certainly for Barebones, hopefully...

I'll be there! Certainly for Barebones, hopefully for more.
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Posted By bicievino

Can confirm - livin' at the track is great. ...

Can confirm - livin' at the track is great.
It's the last week of our season here in Seattle and I'm very bummed. Dunno what I'm gonna do on Friday nights.
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Posted By bicievino

I use Molten Speed Wax for my track bike. Since...

I use Molten Speed Wax for my track bike.
Since it's never going to get wet, it seems worth the extra bit of hassle for some free watts.

For a drip-on lube, I'd be inclined to go with Squirt.
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Posted By bicievino

Right, sorry if I was unclear. I wasn't...

Right, sorry if I was unclear.
I wasn't suggesting that be a long-term solution, just one that would help you determine how much reach might be best for you, so you aren't buying a frame and then...
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Posted By bicievino

I mean, reach is reach, right? It doesn't...

I mean, reach is reach, right? It doesn't particularly matter how you get there (except insofar as it pertains to UCI geometry restrictions and at some point, handling). Up to 150mm stems are pretty...
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Posted By bicievino

If I were you I'd see about trying out a longer...

If I were you I'd see about trying out a longer stem before buying a new frame, even if it puts you over the +5cm UCI rule. (are you subject to the UCI geometry rules in your racing? If not, you...
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Posted By bicievino

Some manufacturers will provide the sticker for...

Some manufacturers will provide the sticker for you when repainting.
Some painters can vinyl-print a copy.
Or you can just not worry about it, because the sticker isn't required - it's just proof...
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Posted By bicievino

As far as I understand it, USAC rules limit...

As far as I understand it, USAC rules limit juniors age 14 and younger to the following:
1I5. Young Junior/Youth Bicycles
All riders aged 14 and under are restricted to massed-start bicycles as...
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Posted By bicievino

Yeah, the geometry on the long reach version...

Yeah, the geometry on the long reach version looks great!
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Posted By bicievino

Looks pretty cool. Wish they were race legal.

Looks pretty cool. Wish they were race legal.
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Posted By bicievino

Note that the schedule has changed from what was...

Note that the schedule has changed from what was originally up on BikeReg.
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Posted By bicievino

I echo this. I think the current homologation...

I echo this.
I think the current homologation and commercial availability requirements are a good balance of fairness and innovation.
Folks see, for instance, the Velobike NZ "horny bars", and...
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Posted By bicievino

Thanks, that makes sense. Not sure I'll bother...

Thanks, that makes sense.
Not sure I'll bother swapping tires just for masters nats, especially with masters worlds looking like it will be cancelled.
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Posted By bicievino

In the men's teams, the Italians and Kiwis did...

In the men's teams, the Italians and Kiwis did it, too.

But yeah, guess it could just as easily be because folks were seriously not able to follow behind one insane diesel.
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Posted By bicievino

So many teams had a rider pull off from position...

So many teams had a rider pull off from position 2 near the last lap that it has me wondering if there could be some tactical reason for it.
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Posted By bicievino

I'm not what anyone but a roadie would mistake...

I'm not what anyone but a roadie would mistake for a sprinter, but if your goal is numbers that matter for performance, I'd suggest just ignoring 1s power entirely. If you're going to pick one...
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Posted By bicievino

That strap setup is slick, almost as impressive...

That strap setup is slick, almost as impressive as that stem!

How long do Pista Speeds last for you on San Diego? I've always been too paranoid about tire life to run anything more aggressive than...
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Posted By bicievino

Cool - good to hear. Guess I'll check with them...

Cool - good to hear.
Guess I'll check with them about lead times. After what I spent on my new bike I wouldn't mind saving some money on a wheel.
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Posted By bicievino

Oh, interesting. That LightBicycle trispoke is...

Oh, interesting. That LightBicycle trispoke is certainly a nicer price than an iO!
What's the hub like?
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Posted By bicievino

I'm looking for input on mass-start front wheels....

I'm looking for input on mass-start front wheels.
I'm interested in buying a new front wheel for Masters Nationals (so, T-town). My inclination is to go with a Zipp FC 808, but it looks like that...
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Posted By bicievino

Personally I removed mine for mass start racing,...

Personally I removed mine for mass start racing, and haven't ever had an issue that would compel me to put them back in.
I know a few folks who only put them in for standing starts, but I think...
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Posted By bicievino

I ran the vision crank for a couple years and was...

I ran the vision crank for a couple years and was very happy with it (the aluminum one, not the old carbon one that used an ISIS bb).
Only replaced it because of a deal I couldn't pass up on an SRM.
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Posted By bicievino

tissottracktv.uci.org was live, and has replays.

tissottracktv.uci.org was live, and has replays.
03-22-21, 02:48 PM
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Posted By bicievino

Yep, we bought our first tandem after the first...

Yep, we bought our first tandem after the first year of college. Been two-wheeling together ever since.
03-15-21, 10:41 PM
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Posted By bicievino

Oh, this is fun. Beginning tandem age: 37 ...

Oh, this is fun.
Beginning tandem age: 37
Current tandem age (same stoker!): 73

We've almost doubled!
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