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Been putting miles on the road bike again, but my heart's not into it. Tuesday/Thursday I ride with 3 other people at 5:30 am. Same route, every damn week. It gets beyond mind numbing but they're set on the routes and won't change them for the world. I'd rather spare an hour during the day to do hill repeats than ride the same roads every time.

Getting a little tired of the roadie "holier than thou"mentality, so goal is to ride my Salsa more often this year.

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7 minutes ago, matt b said:

Same route, every damn week. It gets beyond mind numbing but they're set on the routes and won't change them for the world.

Chasing a KOM?

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18 hours ago, Fudge_Brownie said:

Chasing a KOM?

No, chasing tradition.

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bought some dry lube and a repair stand yesterday - gonna finally rinse my mountain bike off and clean it!

finally gonna order tires and my front air shock soon too.

 

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got my park tool repair stand, suntour epicon air fork, 50mm stem, nobby nic tires, some basic tools/lube/cleaning supplies!

 

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On 2/10/2017 at 9:28 AM, gmsgltr said:

got my park tool repair stand, suntour epicon air fork, 50mm stem, nobby nic tires, some basic tools/lube/cleaning supplies!

 

I like Nobby Nics they're a decent all around tire. I have em on my Intense

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I got em because you suggested them :) just like I will jump off that bridge... just tell me...

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2 hours ago, gmsgltr said:

I got em because you suggested them :) just like I will jump off that bridge... just tell me...

I used them all day at Rays mtb park yesterday.. set the psi @ 25 and they were great on wood and concrete too. Great traction all over

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sweet... I still have tubes :a-farmboy: but I really cant wait to do some of these minor mods and get more riding in this year. with the repair stand and all the tools I already have I should be able to do nearly anything to the bike myself. There are great videos of 'how to' on the internet too for mtb. grip has been a problem with my crappy xr1 bontrager tires from the beginning. I finally have the confidence to run much lower pressures which has helped but the nobby nic and air fork over spring will be huge!

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On ‎2‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 6:42 PM, Dick Dastardly said:

Go tubeless. I've been tubeless for a long time and being able to run 15psi at times is great.

I bought two 29x2.25 nobby nics and now thinking about returning one and buying a 2.35 wide for the front... what do you run?

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5 hours ago, gmsgltr said:

I bought two 29x2.25 nobby nics and now thinking about returning one and buying a 2.35 wide for the front... what do you run?

go 2.35 for sure.

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Awesome! Got the 29x2.35 front and 29x2.25 rear

Got the fork cut last night and bearings set just gotta install tonight!

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Do you have pics of your tires? The 2.35 came this weekend and is supposedly a newer tread pattern than the 2.25 ones I got off of Jenson USA... what doesn't make sense though is that the 2.25 to me seems to have a better tread pattern/design, is lighter, and the tire wall graphics lettering is more lively and brighter...

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