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gottobike:Graphene-Laced Bike Tires Are Both Stiffer and SofterAs enamored as I am with the concept of graphene, it will not be taking me off my Black Chili Continental GP 4000S II road tires anytime soon.
Shut Up Legs:Cycle Quest?http://salsacycles.com/components/category/road_handlebars/cowbell_2http://salsacycles.com/components/category/road_handlebars/woodchipper
batmick: Shut Up Legs:Cycle Quest?That would have been my first pick as well. The guy knows his stuff.http://www.cyclequestsd.com/
Shut Up Legs:Cycle Quest?
Shady John:Sigurd,Are you converting your '86 Stumpjumper?
Yes. It's not much of a "mountain" bike, anyways, by modern standards, so I might as well have some fun with it and focus on uses around gravel and dirt roads. I would of course keep the current bar setup, so the conversion is entirely reversible without any fuss.Sky is sending me some original WTB MTB dirt drop bars and Barcons. So what I need some guidance on is, I think:- What kind of stem and dimensions (1" threaded)- What kind of levers (need to work with cantisThis is the sort of thing I am going for:
OAK RIDGE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Three-time Tour de France champion Greg LeMond is partnering with carbon fiber manufacturing pioneer Connie Jackson and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to bring the most significant development in carbon fiber production in over 50 years to the global markets.LeMond Composites, a new company offering solutions for high-volume, low-cost carbon fiber, has secured a licensing agreement with U.S. Department of Energy’s ORNL. The agreement will make the Oak Ridge-based LeMond Composites the first company to offer this new industry-disrupting carbon fiber to the transportation, renewable energy, and infrastructure markets.A breakthrough process invented by Jackson and a research team at ORNL’s Carbon Fiber Technology Facility (CFTF) will reduce production costs by more than 50% relative to the lowest cost Industrial grade carbon fiber. Incredibly this new carbon fiber has the mechanical properties of carbon fiber costing three times as much. Until now, manufacturing carbon fiber was an extremely energy-intensive process. This new method reduces energy consumed during production by up to 60%.
gottobike:Product | COBIhttps://www.cobi.bike/product?_ga=1.90347804.767114061.1474074602COBI is helping to revolutionize the overall cycling experience by connecting your smartphone to your bike. This award-winning modular system brings out the best in any bike by providing it with intelligent assistance. The result is more safety, convenience and fun – no matter where your journey takes you.Smartphone mount with headlight/taillight, battery pack, available dyno-hub charging cable, electronic bell, alarm system, nav and weather. Very smart!
batmick:Not sure if I would trust my iPhone 6s to it for real off-road action
Sigurd: batmick:Not sure if I would trust my iPhone 6s to it for real off-road action Pretty sure I wouldn't trust myself not checking my phone every two minutes...
t.e.d:Has anyone tried the Compass "supple" tires? I've ridden Panaracer Paselas for many years and was curious how the casing of the Compass compares.
bikingbill: t.e.d:Has anyone tried the Compass "supple" tires? I've ridden Panaracer Paselas for many years and was curious how the casing of the Compass compares.They ride great, but the ones I had (26") had a tread pattern that make a lot of noise above 20mph. So I switched to slicks. Since then Compass has changed to a better pattern.I do think Compass makes some amazing tires, and when the stock of these slicks run out ... I'm going to try these ... probabily tubeless:https://www.compasscycle.com/shop/components/tires/26-inch/compass-26-x-1-8-naches-pass/
t.e.d: Is there a shop locally that carries the Compass tires?
Sigurd: t.e.d: Is there a shop locally that carries the Compass tires? I am pretty sure MJ's Cyclery (Park and Uni) orders them, but I am not sure if they carry any inventory - I would check with them.