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Old 08-05-21, 04:46 PM
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

Thoughts??
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Blah....I want to go ride tonight, but everything seems boring, beyond my current fitness level, or just too damned hot. Motivation level: Low.
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Old 08-05-21, 04:50 PM
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Oh, and here's some tire usage that'll make the frugal among us proud. I noticed this when waiting around for the boys to show up last night -



I had inspected my tires last week and thought that I had some good miles left, so this snuck up on me. I'm actually kind of glad that I didn't see this before leaving home - I would have been tempted to stay home. Instead, I just tried to be a little more conservative with rear brake and not hop too many curbs or do anything else dumb.
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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Beautiful stuff. I’d do it.
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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Oh, is Campy doing wireless?

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Old 08-05-21, 05:15 PM
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Oh, is Campy doing wireless?

Silly goose. EPS is a thing but only at the top end. Habanero still designed for external cables and rim brakes.

#KeepItSimpleStupid
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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I have the 10 speed Chorus on the Seven, at least part of it. It's the first time I've had Campagnolo anything. It's good stuff, but a little harder to get parts for and the 10 speed cassettes are limited. I like the new crankset with 48-36? and 12 speed. I'd consider it if I was putting a new bike together.

It's not the prettiest crankset, but I don't look at it often.

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Got invited by a la firm we use to watch the Phillies-Reds game in the firm's box next Friday. Tempting. Don't have to RSVP until Monday.
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Ride in the middle of the lane in Texas and refuse to move to the side when a dually is approaching. That's one way.
Take the lane like this
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rjones28 do this to your fat bike. Report your results.

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rjones28 do this to your fat bike. Report your results.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMUrJhet-1M
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At a rate of 25 minutes per day, how long would it take to cut your lawn?
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It was just a suggestion.
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Got the Cervelo back!

I had cleaned it before I took it to the shop, but I think they detailed it. Looks new bike clean, so that’s super cool of them.

Looks like they added a spacer between crank arm and bb, that wasn’t there before. Not a big spacer, but def wasn’t there. Just wonder if I will notice.






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In other tyre news, I just put fresh meats on the boat trailer. I should probably repack the bearings too, but maybe I'll wait 'til a wheel starts smoking.
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Looks like they added a spacer between crank arm and bb, that wasn’t there before. Not a big spacer, but def wasn’t there. Just wonder if I will notice.
Is that a problem?

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In other tyre news, I just put fresh meats on the boat trailer. I should probably repack the bearings too, but maybe I'll wait 'til a wheel starts smoking.
It's going to be winter before you have this fake lake-worthy.
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Is that a problem?


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I don’t know?
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Speaking of tires, my Tuesday tubeless flat that sealed itself was still looking good yesterday so I topped off the sealant and pumped it up. Still had 80 PSI this AM, so I rode it on our metric today. Guess I'll keep running it until it gets the same tread disease as the tire that wifi had.
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anybody have a 100/110 mm stem 6 degree drop?

I have a ritchey 120 mm I can trade if interested.

With my stem slammed all the way down the 120mm feels a little too long. Want to try a shorter one before I have the steerer tube cut.
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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Do it.
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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I was thinking of that for my next build... Since I got my Merckx I am a fan. Even though its 9 speed its just frikin awesome. The bottom bracket and the hub on the rear tire spin so nice.
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It's going to be winter before you have this fake lake-worthy.
Winter is ideal for sailing Tempe Town Lake.
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Looking into getting a new groupset for the Habanero for next year. It might be nuts, but I am leaning towards Campy Chorus.

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You sound Chorus curious.
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I installed the new tire this evening. It went on the rim easily, as had the previous. Just for gits and shiggles, though, I decided to try seating it with just the floor pump, something that I've never done. After the first couple of strokes, I didn't think it was going to happen, but then I noticed the tire filling out a bit more with each pump, despite all of the hissing. The encouraged me to pump a bit manically. The tire kept hissing, but also kept filling out until both sides finally snapped in to place at the same time - sweet!
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You sound Chorus curious.
Curious about transitioning.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
anybody have a 100/110 mm stem 6 degree drop?
I have a few stems laying around that might be in that range. My recent efforts to dig up spare parts haven't gone well, but I'll take a look and let you know.
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