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What have you bought for your bike today.
#31
Cool, cheers, will move it before tomorrow's ride and see how I get on.

Although stems don't come cheap and I'm loath to spend any more money on this bike if I'm gonna replace it in May.
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#32
Treehugger Wrote:
jonboy1066 Wrote:I might be being stoopid but If I change the pos'n of the spacers will I need to re adjust the remote lockout cable?
Nope no need to move it. When you've sorted you're bar height, we'll move on to stem length Wink

Well of course you can't just go changing stem length without changing...
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#33
Big Grin :lol:
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#34
jonboy1066 Wrote:And these;

resim

To prevent a reoccurrence of this;

resim

Tried em out today, they're great, although they don't protect shins from pedal strikes;

resim
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#35
jonboy1066 Wrote:
jonboy1066 Wrote:And these;

resim

To prevent a reoccurrence of this;

resim

Tried em out today, they're great, although they don't protect shins from pedal strikes;

resim

That's why I bought a pair of these last year


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You have to grow old, you don't have to grow up :lol:
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#36
Clipless peddles will stop it happening in the first place Wink
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#37
Bugger that! Been out to to many cyclists with their feet on backwards and their bike still attached to them in my 14 years as a paramedic for me to clip in to anything.

Today I may have had my first pedal strike since getting those DMR V8's but if I'd been attached to my pedals I'd have had major gravel rash... Twice.
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#38
jonboy1066 Wrote:Bugger that! Been out to to many cyclists with their feet on backwards and their bike still attached to them in my 14 years as a paramedic for me to clip in to anything.

Today I may have had my first pedal strike since getting those DMR V8's but if I'd been attached to my pedals I'd have had major gravel rash... Twice.
That can only happen if they are too tight. I crash a lot and i have never remained attached to peddles in a crash.
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#39
Late birthday present to myself :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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You have to grow old, you don't have to grow up :lol:
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#40
Charge spoon, nice, I've got two.
Keep it foolish...
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