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    Good job! F it - I'm riding!

    With a brief break in StormWatch '05, and a "sun" icon in today's forecast, I couldn't get my bike gear on fast enough. The Curtlo SS still sits, waiting patiently for the trails to dry, so the beater '84 Trek fixie conversion got called into duty. Its also the first time riding it since being revamped a little; new Nitto pista bars from VeloSwap ($5), McMahon ti stem from VS ($20), a new Campy 46t ring and a shorty CX brake lever. I still haven't decided on bar tape / grips so its cold shiney steel for now.

    33 degrees at 6:30am and a 7 mile ride to the train lies ahead. Can't wait.

    Early? check. Cold? check. Water crossing? check.
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    LOL

    Thanks for the laughs -- I needed that!

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    Nice morning post. It IS great to see the sun out!

    How do you like the handlebars?

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    ha ha!

    it was warmer on my ride in this morning in massachusetts! about 40.

    i thought you lived in socal?

    that train thing is scary, but true.

    friends dont let friends go to starbucks. there must be some alternative?
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    wow

    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape
    ha ha!

    it was warmer on my ride in this morning in massachusetts! about 40.

    i thought you lived in socal?

    that train thing is scary, but true.

    friends dont let friends go to starbucks. there must be some alternative?
    40 in Mass? toasty! Yes I'm in SoCal, about 30 miles north of the city, higher elev. And about 20-30 minutes from where Interstate 5 was shut down with 3 ft. of snow on Monday. Its not Minnesota cold, but chilly for us sun-worshippers.

    as for S'bucks I agree. But its new and its on the way and, well, sh*t. I usually brew some decaf at home, but that gets cut from the program when I leave early.

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    I thought I had the last Trek 660 left. Got it on E-Bay cheap a couple of years ago to try road riding - after a couple of run-ins with motorists, I stick to the trails. It is a sweet ride though (light for steel).

    Anyway, why did you leave the shifters on the bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig
    I thought I had the last Trek 660 left. Got it on E-Bay cheap a couple of years ago to try road riding - after a couple of run-ins with motorists, I stick to the trails. It is a sweet ride though (light for steel).

    Anyway, why did you leave the shifters on the bike?
    Fix it. We can start a club....

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    shifters?

    Quote Originally Posted by craig
    Anyway, why did you leave the shifters on the bike?
    I left the shifters on so I'd have something to open bottles with. Duh.
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    Hollywood, another funny one. That downtube shifter is awesome! I was thinking the same thing, why is the shifter still on. I gotta start using my brain more often.
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    Hollywood needs to write for Hollywood!

    great stuff (again) dude!
    nice find on the bar and stem. why no bar tape on those suckers? i use an old
    "english 3-speed" style bar that i flipped for good hand positioning; but i tape the ends so may hands don't come flying off when humping up a hill or trying to slow my
    "blender-like" legs while descending.
    Spinning and Grinning...

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    Real nice morning...

    For a solo crash crossing railroad tracks.. Glad someone had nice commute in though. I used to love riding Metrolink into LA.

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    Toto, I'm not in LA any more

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    33 degrees at 6:30am and a 7 mile ride to the train lies ahead. Can't wait.

    Early? check. Cold? check. Water crossing? check.
    Cold, bah.... this morning was somewhere between 10 and 15 degrees, with some snow and ice on the road. Signing the lease on a new place in a bit. It will be nice to have stuff in a month when the rest of the fam moves. I should be riding tomorrow. Just got back on-line this morning after getting my new Laptop.

    Nice stuff, I'll send you a pic.
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    Good job!

    Another kickin' post H-wood!!!
    - You gotta flip the bars "DUI" or "Ghetto" style brudda!
    No Pete's in La??? For shame.....

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    Nice work H.
    Don't let anyone bring you down about Starbucks.
    They may be the Specialized of coffee, but DANG, they do what they do so well.
    What's the complaint? $1.60 for a cup o' jo?
    Big deal..at least it ain't $4.50 for a pack of Marlboro Reds.

    If people keep boycotting things, they'll run out of causes eventually.

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    funny. Per OneGearGuy, I used to run flipped cruiser bars. Here's a pic with the bars and a monster 150mm Salsa stem. I also shoe-horned some CX tires in, but that didn't last long with zero clearance. It had a nice kickstand, too

    No Peet's in my neck o' the woods. But I do make the Peet's Moca Java decaf at home, or Major Dickasons when I want some top fuel. The new SBUX is a big deal for the local country folk, who like to drive their suburbans solo thru the drive-thru, then sit in traffic and listen to lame-ass chatty drive-time radio.

    Quote Originally Posted by DMFT
    - You gotta flip the bars "DUI" or "Ghetto" style brudda!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    funny. Per OneGearGuy, I used to run flipped cruiser bars. Here's a pic with the bars and a monster 150mm Salsa stem. I also shoe-horned some CX tires in, but that didn't last long with zero clearance. It had a nice kickstand, too

    No Peet's in my neck o' the woods. But I do make the Peet's Moca Java decaf at home, or Major Dickasons when I want some top fuel. The new SBUX is a big deal for the local country folk, who like to drive their suburbans solo thru the drive-thru, then sit in traffic and listen to lame-ass chatty drive-time radio.
    I'd run that stem with riser bars! =)

    We got some Peet's Sulawesi Kalosi...marginal compared to Verona at *bucks.

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    nice bike! (nm)

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    Whose Lincoln Continental is that in your last picture, HW?

    If it's yours, I need pictures now, sir.

    PS: Nice bike! I really can't wait to get my latest project, a '77 Raleigh I'm SSing, put together. All the parts are here...I'll start this weekend on cleaning, then Frame Save it, then build it up. Gonna be pretty...pictures to follow!

    I might need to locate some CX tires, I'll bet they'd work great on the Raleigh, it has tons of room. Sturdy plain-gauge 531, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooglin
    Fix it. We can start a club....
    A club? This is a repainted '83 560.... someday it will be restored to its original look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    nice bike! (nm)
    Sweet riding frames, aren't they? Mine was hanging on the wall for a few years but I finally got tired of it whining every time I took out another bike, and built it back up a month ago. Now the other road frame is relegated to wall art status, and I'm in no hurry to put it back together.
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    No Dirt? Too Wet?

    HW. You were so close. That S/T behind the Sport Complex is really sweet right now. Don't fear the MUD! Get out there and enjoy it before they build on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by roadiegonebad
    A club? This is a repainted '83 560.... someday it will be restored to its original look.
    My roommate in grad school had one of those. I think you can get most of the decals at koolbikes.com.

    I'm constantly on the lookout for lugged steel Treks, but I rarely see them, and especially not for sale. Although there's a guy in town who owns one just like mine, right down to the purple paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    funny. Per OneGearGuy, I used to run flipped cruiser bars. Here's a pic with the bars and a monster 150mm Salsa stem. I also shoe-horned some CX tires in, but that didn't last long with zero clearance. It had a nice kickstand, too

    No Peet's in my neck o' the woods. But I do make the Peet's Moca Java decaf at home, or Major Dickasons when I want some top fuel. The new SBUX is a big deal for the local country folk, who like to drive their suburbans solo thru the drive-thru, then sit in traffic and listen to lame-ass chatty drive-time radio.
    Forget the bike, I want the car it's leaning against.

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    I haven't had any SBUX to wake me up so tell me what those papers are in your spokes.

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    ooo oooo ooo !!!!

    I wanna post a pic of a fixie!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUGH
    I wanna post a pic of a fixie!!

    HUGH
    That was definately that bikes destiny. Did you go Eno on that rear hub or do you know a welder who welded a cog on or something....

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    Dude, did you pull any sweet jumps on that thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    That was definately that bikes destiny. Did you go Eno on that rear hub or do you know a welder who welded a cog on or something....
    Eno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    ... still haven't decided on bar tape / grips so its cold shiney steel for now....
    We know that you left the bar tape off just because those bars look sexy when they're naked! Excellent bicycle Hollywood, seeing it really makes me want to go out and ride!

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    I'm going riding and taking the dog

    The trails are too wet for my Wednesday night loop, but no rain today so the streets were dry. I told my wife I'm going riding and I'm taking the dog. To which she simply said, no you're not. I convinced her that he was smart enough to stay out of the way and I would get my ride in and give the dog the most exercise he's had in days. I got on the PUSS grocery getter, leash in one hand, single brake lever in the other. She wanted to watch us take off, So I said OK bring the camera.........um she's not the best photographer.
    Or maybe she's a genius, she at least knew how to frame the picture so it was least offensive.

    We survived though it got a bit hairy when Miles saw a cat and tried to go get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape

    friends dont let friends go to starbucks. there must be some alternative?
    What, like the small specialty coffee place by me that charges the same as Starbucks yet doesn't use enough coffee when brewing so it tastes and looks like piss. I must sacrifice my expectations for the greater good, very Stalinist.
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    chain tension?

    Forgive my ignorance, but how are you tensioning the chains?

    Can you buy ecentric hubs in 126 or 130mm spacings? Can you buy a 135mm ecentric hub and modify is (properly ... not with a hack saw and hammer) to be 130mm? Does it not matter so much because there are rocks and bumps and you've got suck big front rings so the chain doesnt bounce off anyway?

    I think I've found my next project bike idea! If there is a good website for me to go to please let me know.

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    Most of the bikes in the photos have forward facing horizontal dropouts that allow some tension adjustment (some more than others). The White ENO hub is available in 126, 130, and 135mm spacing. If you go to www.fixedgeargallery.com you'll find lots of resources. Also www.sheldonbrown.com/harris/

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    HW...light question

    How is that Cateye head light? What model is it? How does it compare to others? Obviously it isn't going to put out the light that my NR HID or LCD Digital Pro Dual or even my 15 watt commuter Headtrip or Trailrat.....but I've recently been thinking that a small light like the one you have might be a better option for commuting....light weight, not bulky, no recharge every night, no cords. I've got a 20 mile/ 1 hr commute in the dark in the am, and the evening commute usually gives 20 minutes in the dark this time of year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivet
    What, like the small specialty coffee place by me that charges the same as Starbucks yet doesn't use enough coffee when brewing so it tastes and looks like piss. I must sacrifice my expectations for the greater good, very Stalinist.
    Nice! My thoughts exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivet
    What, like the small specialty coffee place by me that charges the same as Starbucks yet doesn't use enough coffee when brewing so it tastes and looks like piss. I must sacrifice my expectations for the greater good, very Stalinist.
    No no no. get what you like the best! I am all for that, especially when it comes to 'made in the USA' stuff. I don't buy something just because it's made in the USA, I get the best value (quality/price combo).

    However, I suggest you go to the small specialty place and ask for exactly what you want. If they don't deliver, go to the national chain, by all means. If all else is equal, I prefer to support a locally owned and managed store (coffee or anything else) to one that is most likely owned by an investment group which pays franchise fees to a large corporation (family member is in the business, most franchises are owned and operated this way).

    Not saying starbucks is evil. In fact, I do credit them with opening much of America's minds to fine coffee. I just think they have Mcdonaldized a fine Italian tradition in true american form. and it freaks me out that a new one opens EVERY 5 HOURS! oh! another one! i personally dont like their coffee. it's too sweet.

    I buy bike parts at Nashbar! diapers at walmart!
    coffee at coffee obsession.

    go nuts!

    as a side note: that purple and carbon fixie looks MEAN. sort of gives me shivers looking at it. that's what darth vader would ride.
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    answers

    Light:
    the Cateye headlight works pretty well. It's LEDs and they're fairly bright. It made for a great backup light last night when I pulled the NiteRider out for the ride home and the battery was dead. I was a little concerned about the Cateye getting me home, but on the last 3 miles its pitch black and I pointed the light down so I could see potholes, rocks, etc. and it worked great. You'll probably go through more batteries with that commute of yours. Check their website for info, don't have it here with me.

    Impy: the bars work well, although I'm only gripping the flats right next to the stem so far. The drops are way low, so for now I'm staying up top.

    Tom: busted! the bars are sexier bare, much like myself, but I do need some grippage on the tops where my hands will spend most of their time. I think I'll leave the drops bare.

    Hugh: looking at that gearing makes my knees bleed. See ya in Palm Springs for the hundy?

    Car: the car in the pic is my buddy's Lincoln Cont. convertible. He put a lot of restoration work into it and then the motor blew, so there it sits with no immediate future plans other than "dust holder". Sad.

    Pacman: paper in spokes = race card souvenirs from the 2 "alley cat" races that I did last year; Vegas and the L.A. Cranksgiving race. When I say "did" I mean "raced in", and when I say "raced in" I mean "take off into an unknown city, get lost, and try to get back before everyone goes home".

    Hurl: your coffee's getting cold here bro. *sip*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    ...Pacman: paper in spokes = race card souvenirs from the 2 "alley cat" races that I did last year; Vegas and the L.A. Cranksgiving race. When I say "did" I mean "raced in", and when I say "raced in" I mean "take off into an unknown city, get lost, and try to get back before everyone goes home"...
    Ha! Hollywood didn't do as bad as he says he did

    I met him at the Cranksgiving alley cat and he made it back with time left before we took-off.

    There were about 5-8 riders that didn't make it back when we all headed down to the mission.

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    Cold? Thats gotta suck

    It was 80F here in Florida today my commute to work sucked because I actually broke a sweat today, I don't see how you guys can live up there. I just thought I'd share my to babies while everyone else is. The Centurian I bought off ebay for $25, the paint looked brand new when I got it, and the KM is fixed for the off-road parts of my bicycling adventures.
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    Cold? It's 7 degrees in Chicago ...

    and I've got a 14 mile commute ahead of me on my 1979 Fuji Sport 10 SS. It's also very wet with all the snow.

    But it makes you feel alive, man.

    Thanks for the phone photo essay. I'll try to post pics of the Fuji later.

    **update** photos attached after the ride home. plenty of snow in chi town.

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    [QUOTE=Hollywood]

    Hugh: looking at that gearing makes my knees bleed. See ya in Palm Springs for the hundy?

    QUOTE]

    53/19 is not that bad. I did 75 miles the first time I rode it. I also ride it to work on Fridays(25miles each way). And Yes I'll be riding it in Palm Springs for the hundred miler!!
    Hope all is well man!!

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    Cool-blue Rhythm I couldn't live in a state without mountains..

    Quote Originally Posted by sachase
    It was 80F here in Florida today my commute to work sucked because I actually broke a sweat today, I don't see how you guys can live up there. I just thought I'd share my to babies while everyone else is. The Centurian I bought off ebay for $25, the paint looked brand new when I got it, and the KM is fixed for the off-road parts of my bicycling adventures.
    ..or even hills! Isn't Florida the flatest state in the country? I believe the highest point in the state is man made! Still at this point even a flat ride is better than none. Yesterday (Thursday)12/6) was the only break we've had in the West Coast storms and I couldn't get out of work to ride. The next break they say will be next <a href="http://www.weather.com/activities/other/other/weather/tenday.html?locid=95060">Tuesday </a>!!

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    Typical Hollywood Filth!

    Thank you my friend. Nice production as always.

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    New question here.

    who made me all sticky?(nm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    who made me sticky?(nm)
    A good portion of your posts should be sticky....

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    I've got a sticky post for ya...

    Update: back to pouring rain and wind....flooding imminent.....back in to the internal combustion pod.... blah

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    A jilted lover, perhaps?

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    Check your parts bin, sicko.

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    at interbike

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    who made me all sticky?(nm)
    WHen I met you at Interbike back in Oct., you looked sticky.

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    Nice one HW.

    Oh, it never rains in Southern California...

    So I come down for a few days and the weather is worse here than at home. Maybe it'll snow next week after I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon
    Nice one HW.

    Oh, it never rains in Southern California...

    So I come down for a few days and the weather is worse here than at home. Maybe it'll snow next week after I get home.
    Ha! Yeah this is the most consistent amount of heavy rainful we've had here in LA in recent years. It's gonna be wet here for he next 4 days.

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