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Old 07-13-22, 10:27 AM
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We had a good ride. The course and pace were a bit faster than ideal, but we stayed together and no one got dropped or butthurt.
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
What is this "need" ****?

current needs, include cycle cross bike, not an 8 speed with friction shifters.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
current needs, include cycle cross bike, not an 8 speed with friction shifters.
Well, then you're in luck! It's probably 6 speeds, with indexing!

Also 126mm spacing and being aluminum, no safe way to spread the stays.
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Well, then you're in luck! It's probably 6 speeds, with indexing!

Also 126mm spacing and being aluminum, no safe way to spread the stays.

Speaking of which, i’ve have already started thinking about Christmas this year. Besides a couple more thermal bibs, and maybe one more thermal jersey or base layer. I’ve been thinking A, 105 11 mechanical for the ritchey. Depending on how much the price drops, B. Super team wheels for the Ritchey. Thinking 35-45 mm deep. C. Power meter for the Ritchey, Single side pedals D, Easton carbon bars for the Cervelo. E, A spare set of superteam wheels for the cervelo.


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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
I blame my training.
Wordle 389 4/6

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4/6 also. Almost the same progression.
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Thats an absolute steal for that bike. Not many Crest bikes out there IIRC.

Very long top tubes on those FYI. I think 61cm on the 63cm frames.
Screaming deal indeed. Looks barely ridden. If that crankset isn't scratched up, you could probably sell that alone for the price of that whole bike.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Speaking of which, i’ve have already started thinking about Christmas this year. Besides a couple more thermal bibs, and maybe one more thermal jersey or base layer. I’ve been thinking A, 105 11 mechanical for the ritchey. Depending on how much the price drops, B. Super team wheels for the Ritchey. Thinking 35-45 mm deep. C. Power meter for the Ritchey, Single side pedals D, Easton carbon bars for the Cervelo. E, A spare set of superteam wheels for the cervelo.


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Whyfi will inform me that all of these are stupid except for the power meter.
Based on 500 miles experience with mechanical Ultegra/rim brakes and ~2500 miles with mechanical 105/discs, I'd say the new 105 mechanical groupset for the Ritchey is definitely NOT stupid.
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Old 07-13-22, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
Screaming deal indeed. Looks barely ridden. If that crankset isn't scratched up, you could probably sell that alone for the price of that whole bike.
And probably should, since it's not a match, AFAICT. Should be 1055 generation 105. That's some kinda Campy.
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
And probably should, since it's not a match, AFAICT. Should be 1055 generation 105. That's some kinda Campy.
The legendary Mavic “Starfish” crankset!

I’d buy it just for that and resell the rest.
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Originally Posted by abshipp View Post
The legendary Mavic “Starfish” crankset!

I’d buy it just for that and resell the rest.
The C&V guy with whom I organized the monthly C&V rides has been known to buy entire bikes for a seatpost.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Speaking of which, i’ve have already started thinking about Christmas this year. Besides a couple more thermal bibs, and maybe one more thermal jersey or base layer. I’ve been thinking A, 105 11 mechanical for the ritchey. Depending on how much the price drops, B. Super team wheels for the Ritchey. Thinking 35-45 mm deep. C. Power meter for the Ritchey, Single side pedals D, Easton carbon bars for the Cervelo. E, A spare set of superteam wheels for the cervelo.


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All of these are stupid except for the power meter.
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All of these are stupid except for the power meter.
They're actually not, but I didn't want to disappoint him.
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All of these are stupid except for the power meter.

Noted.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06 View Post
Speaking of which, i’ve have already started thinking about Christmas this year. Besides a couple more thermal bibs, and maybe one more thermal jersey or base layer. I’ve been thinking A, 105 11 mechanical for the ritchey. Depending on how much the price drops, B. Super team wheels for the Ritchey. Thinking 35-45 mm deep. C. Power meter for the Ritchey, Single side pedals D, Easton carbon bars for the Cervelo. E, A spare set of superteam wheels for the cervelo.


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Add training wheels for crash prevention.
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add training wheels for crash prevention.

hilarious!
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hilarious!
Not a laughing matter.
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Not a laughing matter.

I am still laughing.
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Add training wheels for crash prevention.
Maybe instead of aero handlebars for the Cervelo, he should get aerobag handlebars?



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105 mechanical rim is still 675.00, more than I want to spend.
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Originally Posted by Mojo31 View Post
Add training wheels for crash prevention.
Or substitute a set of MTB pads for the new thermal bibs - the pads will keep him warm enough.
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105 mechanical rim is still 675.00, more than I want to spend.
Do what I did for the R8000 - buy it piecemeal and never total it up.
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105 mechanical rim is still 675.00, more than I want to spend.
I haven't kept up - is Shimano expected to offer a 12sp mechanical 105? If not, R7000 might not go down.
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All of these are stupid except for the power meter.
There were quite a few Garmin PM pedals on those Treks I serviced Monday.
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Do what I did for the R8000 - buy it piecemeal and never total it up.
Brilliant!
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Originally Posted by genejockey View Post
Do what I did for the R8000 - buy it piecemeal and never total it up.

Sounds expensive, but I guess I don’t actually need brakes, and I have a spare 11 speed cassette. So I really just need, chain rings, cranks, derailers and shifters.
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