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I am looking for some training advice please. Also perhaps my question has endurance riding to racing applications.
I am a endurance/weekend warrior type rider. I like to ride 200-300km brevets or Audax rides. But, during my 'season', I also like to ride in fast group rides when possi ... Read More »
I'm doing my 4th and 5th builds using the H+ Son Archetype rim.
I got the first 3 sets of rims from BHS and they were drilled such that the 2nd hole to the left of the valve hole (looking down at rim in lap, H+ on the rim label facing the ground) was a DS spoke hole.
The current rims (that I ... Read More »
Close. The look on Contador's face when Froome went from +:10 to -:10 said many things, but the most obvious to me was, "What more can I do?" A day after the Spaniard almost Belokied coming down Gap, he went out and showed both climbing prowess and ITT form. But it wasn't enough.
One thing I lo ... Read More »
I've just invested some money in a pair of Chris King R45 (28F and 32R) hubs and am now trying to decide on what rims to buy.
I am looking to go tubeless though this might limit the choices I have. I am looking at the Pacenti SL23, the H Plus Son Archetype (though this may not be tubeless compat ... Read More »