Urban adventure awaits you and the trusty Cutter Bones Bike. Quick, velodrome-inspired handling cuts the bustle of sheeple in their oil-burning safety cages, while fast-accelerating wheels ride away from oblivious peds updating social-network statuses with hipstamatic flair. Durable enough for messenger work and sexy enough for barhopping, the Cutter Bones is a vessel on which to escape from the city life without ever leaving.
Going to make the jump (well almost) to a carbon fiber bike. Going to pick up a C'Dale Six13 that has a carbon fiber/aluminum mix frame. With the top tube being carbon fiber is there an issue using a saris bones trunk rack with this bike? I am sure this is a stupid question but I read that thee c ... Read More »
I'm too skeered to venture outside of teh lowng to post this in another forum...
I want to get a bike that I can use in NYC, and keep there in the storage bin in the basement for when I visit the fam. Thinkin SS / fixie, cheap. Just something that will keep me in shape on the rec path. I want ... Read More »
Last week my wife took a bad fall on her bike, broke the radius bone in her wrist into 5 or 6 pieces, and now has a titanium plate holding her bone together. I think that there is some ironic symmetry to a bicyclists getting a titanium plate due to a bicycle accident, but she fails to see the humor ... Read More »
Hello Roadies! :) Just discovered this great forum and this is my first post. Tried using the search function for my question but it didn't really work for me so...
A little background on me to give you a little perspective. Haven't ridden since 1993 but did some racing (cat 4, "C" in collegi ... Read More »