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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermullet View Post
    Here is my "Old Lady". Was my first mountain bike: 1999 Speshy Hard Rock Comp. Rode trails with her for a couple of years and then she laid dormant in the shed for years. 2 years ago she came to life and got me back into the sport and pretty much saved my life. After some trail abuse I got a soft tail and this became my commuter. Treated her to new hoops, tires, crank and a cushy seat for the commute. A blast to ride to and from work.

    So some upgrades I've made to this is I've gone clipless and I put on some City Jet tires and saw an instant improvement. I'd like to get bar ends for a more comfortable ride. My commute is only 9 miles each way, but I'd like to make it a little more comfortable. Anyone have any suggestions?
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    I bet your old buddy is delighted to be back in service!
    Tires are probably the biggest change you can make for efficiency, bar ends should be more comfortable. Is there a particular discomfort you`re trying to fix? And just so you know, "only 9 miles each way" is probably over the median commmute length for us as a group. It`s almost triple mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    I bet your old buddy is delighted to be back in service!
    Tires are probably the biggest change you can make for efficiency, bar ends should be more comfortable. Is there a particular discomfort you`re trying to fix? And just so you know, "only 9 miles each way" is probably over the median commmute length for us as a group. It`s almost triple mine!
    Well the current bar is fairly narrow and I think having that option to go wider when I feel like it may be a little more comfortable. Sometimes my hands get a little numb and there really isn't any option to position them elsewhere so I usually go one handed and shake one at a time.

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    Bar ends help. A road bike helps. Getting the riding position right helps - maybe a shorter reach or less drop. (Or vice versa, now and then.)
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    Update: GT Transeo build
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    Current pic with Nashbar Cyclocross fork


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    I have a couple hundred miles of trouble free service from this bike. Only upgrades will be wider bars and extensions.

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    Oh man... that fork reminds me... might be time to dust off the nashbike frame/fork. It's been hanging patiently in the rafters for over a year now.
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    converted chinese carbon

    I have been commuting in/out of NYC now for almost a year and have recently turned my rigid geared MTB into my regular commute. In order to save some wear and tear on the road bike I set this up with full fenders, big apples, rack with trunk bag and my favorite delta air zound horn. Unfortunately I cant ride to work from home because i live 56 miles from the city so I park at county parks on the NJ side and cross over the GWB. I have 2 options as to where to park with one by the bridge and the other 5 miles from the the bridge. The latter starts off with a nice mile and a quarter climb. My job has limited my MTBing so this was an easy choice plus I still have my SS 29er for dirt days. Next will be converting and old Jamis steel frame for SS/fixed commuting...






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    Very nice! Those BAs look terrific - that's the creme color? When mine wear out I've got to get something like that for my b&w commuter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    Very nice! Those BAs look terrific - that's the creme color? When mine wear out I've got to get something like that for my b&w commuter.
    Thanks, yes cream when I saw them I had to have them

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    Peugeot Canyon Express

    Best $40 bucks I've spent in a LONG time. Bottom bracket is rotten... and paint is crap... love it!
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    I don`t think I`ve ever seen a Peugeot mtb before. Looks like it`s a lugged frame, too. Far out! Did it come with French or Japanese drivetrain before you SS`d it? Any idea what year?
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    My Trek 7.3 fx. Been rididng it daily for the last 2 years. Added Planet Bike Cascadia fenders, axiom racks and panniers, and blackburn light set. I also use a 750 lumien cygolite on my helmet. I am still running the original tires, but recently replaced the rear rim with an inexpensive Alex g6000. damn car ran me into a curb bending the stock rim. I am looking at replacing the stock racelight 700X32 tires with a 700x35 cross tire for the winter. I would like to change the handlebars to either a mustache bar or Jeff Jones loop bars.
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    How many miles on those tires in 2 years? I'm at 1,500 in 4.5 months of riding - I have no idea how long road tires typically last.
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    I have almost 3500 on them. Most has been pavement, with a few minor treks on crushed gravel and dirt singletrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    I don`t think I`ve ever seen a Peugeot mtb before. Looks like it`s a lugged frame, too. Far out! Did it come with French or Japanese drivetrain before you SS`d it? Any idea what year?
    1988. Its a nice double butted, lugged tange frame. (albeit rusty) The drivetrain is Mountain Exage, which I've put aside for some spare cranks. I do want to get it geared up soon, just wanted it functional right away!

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    Latest Edition to the Fleet

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    Being an Army officer, my compatriots in uniform give me no end of greif about the color of my bike... Part of what I like about it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonesy33 View Post
    Being an Army officer, my compatriots in uniform give me no end of greif about the color of my bike... Part of what I like about it!
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    Didn't the dress uniform used to be "pinks and greens"?


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    I don`t think you`ll ever misplace that bike!
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    ^ Reflecto-Bike IV with a full Monday load, about 50 pounds GVW. This is an Access frame I bought on MTBR Classifieds after cracking my old Gary Fisher. It's silver, so silver reflective tape blends right in... in daylight.



    ^ Reflexite V82 on main triangle

    Winter gearing is a 36-48 crankset with an 11-34 in back. I'm using a Nokian Mount & Ground W160 in the rear and a Nokian Extreme 294 in front. V-brakes work pretty well except after extended non-use in ice-up conditions, so I'm sticking with Vs.

    Baseline headlight is a B&M Cyo N dynamo light powered by a Shimano DH-3N80 dynohub. I have a B&M Luxos on order. "High-beam" headlight is my DiNotte 1200+. Taillights are currently a Hotshot, a Solas, and a pair of Bontrager Beacon bar-tip lights. Side lights are amber Sunlite HL-515s and an amber BikeBrightz.

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    Salsa El Mariachi

    I am very happy with how my new commuter/grocery getter/utility bike is coming along. I have yet to put the front low rider racks on for bigger loads.

    Same pics and more words on my blog. Lao Tzu Cycles
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    Just got this running. Commute a little over 7 miles each way on it. It's very comfortable and fast.
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    Just built single speed commuter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaredbe View Post
    I am very happy with how my new commuter/grocery getter/utility bike is coming along. I have yet to put the front low rider racks on for bigger loads.

    Same pics and more words on my blog. Lao Tzu Cycles
    I like it! What rack are you using in the back?

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    I don't think I posted here since the repaint and rebuild of The Duchess. Now with a Star Ship like iBike 'hood ornament'. Found this on the video just before heading out. A candid shot. Ready to Ride.



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    My unused trail bike....

    I bought the alias a few years ago, we have some great single track around where I live. But alas, between a job change and two kids, there is just not time to travel to the tracks, so the Giant has sat in the back of the shed for two years.

    So, a change of riding duties has had the alias dusted off, fitted with street tyres and fenders, lights to come.

    4WD is SOLD!

    My commute is nothing to write home about, but still fun.
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    Looks great The Beige!

    Not seeing your vid, BrianMc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Beige Fraggle View Post
    I bought the alias a few years ago, we have some great single track around where I live. But alas, between a job change and two kids, there is just not time to travel to the tracks, so the Giant has sat in the back of the shed for two years.

    So, a change of riding duties has had the alias dusted off, fitted with street tyres and fenders, lights to come.

    4WD is SOLD!

    My commute is nothing to write home about, but still fun.

    I like! Pratical and "recycle" bike.
    Are those SKS 55mm fenders?

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    Repaint and rebuild from the wheel jam on your Habitat for Humanity ride? Looks the same as before (except the hood ornament). What ended up happening with the fork?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Beige Fraggle View Post
    But alas, between a job change and two kids, there is just not time to travel to the tracks, so the Giant has sat in the back of the shed for two years....

    ...So, a change of riding duties has had the alias dusted off, fitted with street tyres and fenders, lights to come.
    Yeah, back in action! Quite a set of car crushers on her, too
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Repaint and rebuild from the wheel jam on your Habitat for Humanity ride? Looks the same as before (except the hood ornament). What ended up happening with the fork?
    Picture is back in the post. Posted The Duchess in the 'How was your Commute?' thread but not here. So I thought this pre-leg-over view was unusual. Good catch on the wireless speed sensor on the fork. Goes with the heart monitor. New tires, pedals, bar tape, and the iBike since the accident. Rebuilt wheel and reworked and re polished fenders after the water bottle incident.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tkul View Post
    I like! Pratical and "recycle" bike.
    Are those SKS 55mm fenders?
    Planet bike mtb ez fenders, they're 62mm wide - the same width as the 2.5" hookworms.

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    That Alias frame looks exactly like my 2009 Giant Yukon, but with bit better parts spec. I don't think I've ever seen an Alias before though, but I've seen Yukon frames back to the early 90's. Interesting.

    How're the hookworms? I've got 2.35 Big Apples on one of my bikes, and occasionally think that when they wear out I'd like something bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianMc View Post
    Good catch on the wireless speed sensor on the fork. Goes with the heart monitor.
    Sorry to disappoint, but I didn`t notice the wireless pickup . Wasn`t there was some question about the integrity of your fork in the aftermath? That`s what I was asking about.

    Brian, have you been Duchess`s only duke? How long have you been together, anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    That Alias frame looks exactly like my 2009 Giant Yukon, but with bit better parts spec. I don't think I've ever seen an Alias before though, but I've seen Yukon frames back to the early 90's. Interesting.

    How're the hookworms? I've got 2.35 Big Apples on one of my bikes, and occasionally think that when they wear out I'd like something bigger.
    Good, roll well, heavy, I got the single ply side wall ones as they're a bit lighter than the duals, still 1kg each. Not too worried about the weight, id rather have something strong rather than light, ya get that from being a truck mechanic, plus my commute is really short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Sorry to disappoint, but I didn`t notice the wireless pickup . Wasn`t there was some question about the integrity of your fork in the aftermath? That`s what I was asking about.

    Brian, have you been Duchess`s only duke? How long have you been together, anyway?
    The water bottle incident on the Habitat ride left us vertical. So no issue with the fork.

    The minor injuries in November said that the bike fell mostly on the right pedal with it at the bottom of the stroke. No indicators of issues on bar or fork. Everything rides true.

    NOS 1980 frame bought in 1981. It began commuting the day after it was built to the University of Illinois. She's an old campaigner. A veteran. We were faster then, though.


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    Hey guys i am new to cycling and i just commute with this to the gym shops and all that kinda stuff please let me know what you all think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianMc View Post
    NOS 1980 frame bought in 1981. It began commuting the day after it was built to the University of Illinois.
    Now THAT is awesome.
    She isn`t jealous of your other gal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Now THAT is awesome.
    She isn`t jealous of your other gal?
    My better half or the Schwinn or the Peugeot or the Nishiki? I think bikes are used to N + 1. My spouse? Not so much.

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    2013 Specialized Hardrock 29er

    I just got this bike and installed some gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khoder View Post
    My commuter
    That Bad Boy is SICK! I've always loved those things. Probably be a collector's item one day.
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    Sweet, Khoder! How are you toting your stuff along?


    Gritter, I don`t know how to link individual posts, but for an off-the-hook Badboy, check out the one on post 1606 (pg 65) of this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Sweet, Khoder! How are you toting your stuff along?


    Gritter, I don`t know how to link individual posts, but for an off-the-hook Badboy, check out the one on post 1606 (pg 65) of this thread.
    Thanks so much guys! It's my first bike & currently contemplating whether to make it a SS (singlespeed) or not,

    Rodar y, I just carry a backpack :$ should I buy a little saddle for behind the seat? Thanks heaps guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Sweet, Khoder! How are you toting your stuff along?


    Gritter, I don`t know how to link individual posts, but for an off-the-hook Badboy, check out the one on post 1606 (pg 65) of this thread.
    And also really want to get white tyres and a white saddle, wow that badoy is amazing
    And that white one is beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khoder View Post
    Thanks so much guys! It's my first bike & currently contemplating whether to make it a SS (singlespeed) or not,

    Rodar y, I just carry a backpack :$ should I buy a little saddle for behind the seat? Thanks heaps guys
    First bike? Double congrats, then
    If a backpack does it for you, keep doing it- some prefer that, some prefer other methods, I was just curious. But I will suggest that you keep some minimal maintenance stuff in there at all times Whatever you need on your specific setup to deal with a flat tire + multi tool or 3 or 4 loose allen wrenches in the sizes you most often use. If you don`t always ride with that backpack, maybe a small saddlebag just big enough for that stuff. You`ll find that 95% of your bike related emergencies can be fixed with very minimal stuff- start with the basics and add or subtract as experience dictates.
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    Commuter Monkey...
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    Getting a dropper post is like getting a bidet. I didn't know I needed one until I get one and boy, does my ass thank me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    First bike? Double congrats, then
    If a backpack does it for you, keep doing it- some prefer that, some prefer other methods, I was just curious. But I will suggest that you keep some minimal maintenance stuff in there at all times Whatever you need on your specific setup to deal with a flat tire + multi tool or 3 or 4 loose allen wrenches in the sizes you most often use. If you don`t always ride with that backpack, maybe a small saddlebag just big enough for that stuff. You`ll find that 95% of your bike related emergencies can be fixed with very minimal stuff- start with the basics and add or subtract as experience dictates.
    Thanks so much for the information rodar, I bought a multi tool for $3 it's a good little tool you think it's a good bike for my first?

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    my commuter 1900 miles so far..
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    Here's my recently rebuilt commuter. It's an old '97 Gary Fisher Kaitai frame, rigid fork and drops are the recent addition.

    I'm still working on getting it all dialed in and comfy for my 35 mile round trip commute but it's already vastly superior to flat bars and a heavy suspension fork.

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    Groovy, MrM. I see deraillers, but no shifters- STI? I just read your post in another thread saying you`d removed a suspension fork. Did it come with suspension originally? I`ve been commuting for 3 or 4 years now on a rigid Schwinn with drop bars, now playing with a similarly equipped Rockhopper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatson View Post
    Here's my recently rebuilt commuter. It's an old '97 Gary Fisher Kaitai frame, rigid fork and drops are the recent addition.

    I'm still working on getting it all dialed in and comfy for my 35 mile round trip commute but it's already vastly superior to flat bars and a heavy suspension fork.

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    If you haven't seen this article before, I really like his approach.

    How to Fit a Bicycle

    I'd had some thought myself about adapting a mountain bike frame with drop bars a few years ago, but decided that I'm just not a big enough person.

    It seemed like it should make a bike with some really snappy acceleration. Got to be quick handling too, if your fork change dropped the front end.

    Enjoy it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Groovy, MrM. I see deraillers, but no shifters- STI? I just read your post in another thread saying you`d removed a suspension fork. Did it come with suspension originally? I`ve been commuting for 3 or 4 years now on a rigid Schwinn with drop bars, now playing with a similarly equipped Rockhopper.
    I'm running trigger shifters using modified seat clamps as mounts.

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    Got the idea from here: Installed trigger shifters on a 31.8 drop-bar today

    It works really well and is way cheaper than going with STI levers.

    The Kaitai originally had an 80mm travel RockShox fork that I swapped for a RockShox Tora 302 when I was using it as a mountain bike. I commuted on that for a while just leaving it locked out which was ok from a rigidity standpoint but it was too tall and too heavy for any decent length commuting. Now that I'm riding 17 miles each way to work and back I felt I could justify upgrading a bit.

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    ^^ That looks sharp! I wish I had thought of that when I was running triggers on drop bars.


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    Thanks. It's a 10*, 75mm Titec "El Norte" downhill stem. The frame is the 22" Ogre.... ETT is 24.9. The set-up fits me and my monkey arms like a glove.
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    Wanted my Karate Monkey back as a single speed, so I put all the commuter parts back on this dented Voodoo Nakisi. No good for offroad, but fine for the ride to work.
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    Welcome Sektor & Archer! Nice pix and rides! When you have a chance, click over to "how was your commute today" and share some info about your commute, where you live, -well pretty much anything is fair game over there.

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    Snow is a nice upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    Welcome Sektor & Archer! Nice pix and rides! When you have a chance, click over to "how was your commute today" and share some info about your commute, where you live, -well pretty much anything is fair game over there.
    Thanks...

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    Still love this bike. my ideal bike has changed... but this thing still makes me grin. As it's configured it finally fits like a glove.

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    Agwan, what size big ring do you have on there? I was going to ask in your other thread, because I couldn't remember.

    My only geared bike is a 1x9 with a 38 upfront, and it's definitely not speedy. (It's a compromise since it's built to make 100% of the climbs around here, vs the 95~98% that I can do on my ss's.)

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    It runs a 40, which is definitely slower than the 44 that came on the triple the crank originally had. the gearing change was definitely something I did for looks. at the time I scoured the internet for a larger single speed chainring that was bright red (this bike had a red theme for a while, can you tell?) and none could be found.

    rennen now makes chainrings in red all the way up to 52 or 56... but frankly I'd have no problem with a black one.

    that being said, my bike shop didn't grease my ISIS bottom bracket and it seized. I've since rebuilt it myself, but the cup is now fused with the frame. It still pedals fine but I know the day will come where I need to replace the whole shebang. and when that happens it will probably get a new XT crankset to compliment the XT 10 speed out back.

    If I had it to do all over again. I probably would have just slapped Shimano 105 black on the whole thing and called it good.

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    I sold the Specialized Tricross Sport and built this new commuter!

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    Gorgeous. I'd really like almost exactly that. what is the cost on a build like that?

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    I haven't posted this here yet. I spent all winter stripping it down to the frame, having it powder coated and rebuilding it with lots of new parts. Rode it to work for the 1st time today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p08757 View Post
    I haven't posted this here yet. I spent all winter stripping it down to the frame, having it powder coated and rebuilding it with lots of new parts. Rode it to work for the 1st time today.

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    Yum, some nice builds/rides going on -can we have some more close-ups please misters?

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    Traffic is backed up for miles on i89 due to a tractor trailer accident. Thankfully I am just sitting at the rest area but times like this really make you hate driving! My fatbike is in back but still 50 miles from home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    Thankfully I am just sitting at the rest area but times like this really make you hate driving!
    Well, I`m glad you pulled over. You missed the thread that I suspect you intended to post in, but at least you got the right forum. If you had posted while driving, you`d probably have put it in newenglanddogsitting.org!
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    ^^ Correct! Sorry for the mispost, all. I finally made it home, but an hour and a half later than expected! There were so many accidents, including one involving a Greyhound bus, that this one only warranted one line in today's paper: "Traffic elsewhere was reported to be at a standstill, including shortly after 10 p.m., when a tractor-trailer was reported by state road authorities to be a bit sideways on French Hill on I-89 in Williston."

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    Lightened the ute up quite a bit, but still a lot of stock parts to get rid of.
    Will also get drop bars eventually.
    BUT I took it out today with the trailer for a quick jaunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts View Post
    Lightened the ute up quite a bit...
    Never seen a longtail with skinny tires, but that's pretty slick.

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    Almost ready. Sat all winter (I hate the cold, call me a b*tch I have to work in it all day). BD Windsor roadie that I outfitted with nashbar waterproof panniers, a custom made J.paks bag from my Trance x (The cutout for the shock allows for a bottle in the seat tube), brooks saddle, On-one Midge dirt drops, magicshine, red blinky, and crank brothers mallets. Just waiting on "soma almost honey" bar tape to match the brooks. Needed a bit of an overhaul since its been sitting. The pedals especially. Rebuilt them the other day. about 24 mi round trip. sometimes I wish it was longer. I landscape so there are days I wish it was shorter ha! Can't wait to start doing some overnighters and light touring. Gonna be a nice bar hopper on the weekends also.




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    Salsa El Commuter. A little on the heavy side, Im actually considering another build, I may go cyclecross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    Almost ready. Sat all winter...
    Very nice. And your dropbar thread finally inspired me to get a midge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    Very nice. And your dropbar thread finally inspired me to get a midge.
    I commuted last spring/summer on it with the stock bars and it never felt comfy enough. I wish the steer tube was longer too. I just posted in RBR if its safe to put a steel touring fork on there instead of the carbon fork. Hope to get a steel frame eventually. Kinda wish I didn't buy this bike but its perfectly fine now.

    The midge bars feel great. Rode them around my neighbor without bartap today tweaking the feel. felt like it took an hour to get the levers perfect. Still feels a tad awkward but dicking around on it for an hour is not going to get me used to it. cant wait to put some distance on those bars. All in all the feel is great. Cant beat em for $30 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    Never seen a longtail with skinny tires, but that's pretty slick.
    yeah, it's quicker, but unloaded the frame and fork are downright harsh. So 110psi tires are a bad call!
    It really needs the big volume lower-psi tires it came with. (and with these tires I've only loaded it with about 40 pounds of groceries, maybe a bit more)

    BUT for the eventual tour I think it'll be perfect, still... those 32mm gatorskins would be the perfect compromise.
    Hmmmmm!
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    Hi. Here is mine. Finished assembly last week
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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    I wish the steer tube was longer too. I just posted in RBR if its safe to put a steel touring fork on there instead of the carbon fork. Hope to get a steel frame eventually. Kinda wish I didn't buy this bike but its perfectly fine now.
    Ha! I think that`s the first time I`ve run into somebody asking if a steel what-ever would be safe in exchange for the carbon version! I don`t see why you couldn`t do that. The low bars looked kind of racer-ish to me, that was my first thought when I saw your pic. I guess a lot of people like them that way, though. If you do go with a touring fork (and longer steerer), I hope you end up liking the bike better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    I commuted last spring/summer on it with the stock bars and it never felt comfy enough. I wish the steer tube was longer too. I just posted in RBR if its safe to put a steel touring fork on there instead of the carbon fork. Hope to get a steel frame eventually. Kinda wish I didn't buy this bike but its perfectly fine now.
    Dropping into the conversation a little late, but try some smaller bikes before you spend more money on this frame.

    Since the Windsor is a modern frame, you should be able to do a fairly successful transfer to a new frame if you want to go smaller. Nashbar usually has some cool frames available and they're usually also on sale. You can probably get the frame and fork for under $200, to put a number on it. Expect to run into expenses like headset or seatpost incompatibility, and maybe some differences in running the cables and types of stops.
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    I have a short torso and long legs. My saddle to bar drop is crazy high for where I like my Seatpost. The carbon fork came at 8" and I have a 70x35* stem on there to bring it closer to me. I always felt stretched out on this bike. I feel if I went to a 54 the saddle to bar drop would be more dramatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodar y rodar View Post
    Chelyabinsk, Russia? Lot`s of snow! What kind of shoes do you have on your horse?
    Yes Chelyabinsk. My shoes handmade of ski boots. My Blog Google translate Google

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    I have a short torso and long legs. My saddle to bar drop is crazy high for where I like my Seatpost. The carbon fork came at 8" and I have a 70x35* stem on there to bring it closer to me. I always felt stretched out on this bike. I feel if I went to a 54 the saddle to bar drop would be more dramatic.
    Take a look at some geometry charts. Unfortunately the inexpensive frames are pretty bad about listing head tube lengths, but there're several options out there to shorten up the reach and keep a long head tube. Many brands' women's bikes would be better labeled as shorter-reach, and would be one way to address this. Trek has named geometries in reference to head tube length that do the same thing without making implications about the sexes of the riders who might choose them.

    I recently gave up a too-big bike I'd fought with for years. I found I wasn't willing to go to an 80 mm stem, let alone a high-angled 70. I bet you'll be pleasantly surprised by the stability of a road bike with a bit more reach forward of the steer tube. It works very nicely with the head angle most have.

    There's a good writeup over on slowtwitch.com in which the author proposes a new system of sizing bicycles. I think they even created a database of time trial frames for their shop using that system. Time trial bikes are particularly problematic to size in a good way because there's more variety in people's needs, but it sounds like you're a great example of why all bicycles really need to be sized in terms of both reach and drop, and not with the less and less relevant nominal sizes that we use now.
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    I feel like a saddle to bar drop makes it pretty uncomfortable too, right? From my saddle to the tops of my bars its probably about 4 inches.

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    I thought that was "your" saddle to bar drop. It seemed like a lot, but some people like a lot...

    Now I even more think you might be happier on a more "you" frame. I certainly don't like to run as much drop as you have in that picture. And I have handlebars that land the hoods higher relative to the clamp, too.
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    Nope. That's just my fteakishly long legs making the saddle that high. Then I have that 70x35* stem to bring the bars close to me. Its a 56cm frame I think the kicker would be a fork with longer steer tube. That carbon came cut at 8". When I get the nashbar touring fork on there it will raise it 2.5" and that should make it so much sweeter! I still commute how it is but I definitely need to make it more relaxed for touring purposes.

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    By the way I bought the nashbar touring fork for $35 today with free shipping BUT its out of stock till 4-17 which ill be in Peru at that time till the end of the month good price but hard to wait. Wish I had it now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemha View Post
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    Home made cold weather SDPs- very cool
    They have 15 months now, are they still holding up?
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    Sorry about the bad pics. My phone 'sploded so I've been using my webcam.

    After some more tweaking, I finally got the bars/levers perfect! I read somewhere that a good starting point for the flaired midge bars is to aim the ends at your dropouts. I did that, and final tweaking was so simple. the drops feel AMAZING! I've never been able to say that about any drop bar. The hoods feel great, if only a little awkward since they angle inwards. I could totally get used to it. Even with a 4" saddle to bar drop everything feels great. the angle of the brooks looks high but I assure you its perfect (for me). I still wish there wasn't such a dramatic drop from my saddle to bars but it feels fine as is. Can't wait till i get that nashbar touring fork in the mail next month to try out a longer steer tube (backordered). Matching "honey brown" bar tape comes in the mail tomorrow! I promise not to pst any more pictures until I get a new phone/camera.



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    The Midge bar has been a great for my main commuter!





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    Quote Originally Posted by p08757 View Post
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    Nice! What year and model? (I'm a GT fan)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medic Zero View Post
    Nice! What year and model? (I'm a GT fan)
    Its a really old GT Karakoram probably 1990 + or - a few years in either direction. This is its 3rd incarnation since I've had it. I got it in 1994 from a pawn shop for like $300.00 and I probably have well over 10K miles on the frame and wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p08757 View Post
    Its a really old GT Karakoram probably 1990 + or - a few years in either direction. This is its 3rd incarnation since I've had it. I got it in 1994 from a pawn shop for like $300.00 and I probably have well over 10K miles on the frame and wheels.

    Excellent! IIRC GT coded the year into the serial # which should be on the bottom bracket...

    I ride two GT's of that era regularly, my commuter is a '93 Outpost and my touring rig is a '88 Timberline. The Outpost's paint was nearly mint after I peeled all the wrestling and metal stickers someone had put on it, but the Timberline got a new custom paint job from me because it was really badly scratched up.

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    My Ride 32's for tires with plenty of room for bigger if I scrap the fenders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medic Zero View Post
    Excellent! IIRC GT coded the year into the serial # which should be on the bottom bracket...

    I ride two GT's of that era regularly, my commuter is a '93 Outpost and my touring rig is a '88 Timberline. The Outpost's paint was nearly mint after I peeled all the wrestling and metal stickers someone had put on it, but the Timberline got a new custom paint job from me because it was really badly scratched up.
    How do I IIRC GT code the year with the serial #? I've always wanted to know exactly what year the bike was. I know its a pre-bankruptcy frame, does that matter?

    I just had this frame powder coated this winter during my rebuild. I only have 50 miles on this build so far. Hope to have well over 600 by the end of the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p08757 View Post
    How do I IIRC GT code the year with the serial #? I've always wanted to know exactly what year the bike was. I know its a pre-bankruptcy frame, does that matter?

    I just had this frame powder coated this winter during my rebuild. I only have 50 miles on this build so far. Hope to have well over 600 by the end of the summer.
    I'll flip a few of ours over and see if I can't figure it out. Someone posted in the "Post your GT's here!" thread about it, but I don't remember off the top of my head. I think the first two digits tell you the year, but let me double check. I just had my girlfriends 96 Pantera upside down last night, but the screw-on cable guide obscured most of the serial number. Even with powder coating you should still be able to see your serial number as it is fairly deeply etched into the bottom of the bottom bracket, you might have to rub it with a pencil or crayon or something to be able to discern it though, as I imagine the powder coating softened it some.

    The bankruptcy wasn't until '00 or '01, IIRC you thought your bike was a lot earlier than that, I don't know if the serial # protocols changed after that, our newest GT's date from right around that time ('00 Timberline & '01 Backwoods, our dedicated mountain bikes). Normally I'd recommend Bikepedia for helping nail down the year if you knew which components it originally came with, but Bikpedia's info on GT's starts getting sparse before '93 and I thought you were under the impression that it was older than that.

    Here's the Bikepedia entry for the '93 Karakoram, on the right they list the other years they have entries for that model:
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