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  • Re: S2 or R2?

    I built up my 2010 S2 from a frameset. I wanted a good set of wheels that didn&#39;t break the bank. I went with Shimano RS30&#39;s. Like you said, you wanted a step up from the RS10&#39;s. They aren&#39;t super light, but I have about 7000K on them so far, and where I ride is very hilly. They&#39;ve been great everyday wheels for me, bladed ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 09-08-2015
  • Re: Enduro TorqTite Bottom Bracket

    This has been a really interesting thread. But I still don&#39;t get it the whole pressed in bearing thing. I have a 2010 S2 bought as a new unused frame in 2011. I have almost 8000 km on it. Still using the original Ultegra bearing and English threaded bottom bracket. I ride in sun, rain, wind, and everything except snow. It&#39;s been taken out ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 08-13-2015
  • Re: question on good set up for front strobe and rear lights for safety

    I recently bought a Louis Garneau helmet (forget the model name, about $150), and it has a little velcro tab on the rear strap twist adjuster. The helmet comes with a little LED blinky that is pretty bright, and since it&#39;s mounted at eye level, and on the back of your head, it&#39;s pretty noticeable. I use this in combination with rear and ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 08-05-2015
  • Re: Anti Monkey Butt

    I know it sounds odd, but for those of you with small kids....diaper cream works very well.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 07-21-2015
  • Re: 2015 TOUR DE FRANCE THREAD

    He lost a ton of time yesterday when the peloton split. But like it&#39;s been said, he&#39;ll really wake up later in the race. He&#39;s entertaining to watch, and when he takes off in the mountains, good luck keeping up.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 07-09-2015
  • Re: 2015 TOUR DE FRANCE THREAD

    Being Canadian, I&#39;m following Ryder Hesjedal, and just realized that he&#39;s doing the Tour as well as the Giro. Are many other riders doing both besides the obvious? Of course I&#39;m watching MTN Qhubeka to see the Cervelos in action, Daniel Teklehaimanot impressed me during the Giro as well.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 07-08-2015
  • Re: Training with limited time

    Kids are important. That&#39;s why I just bought my 11 year old a Rocky Mountain Edge. At 500 bucks it&#39;s a lot for a kids bike, but the quality shows (I&#39;m preaching to the choir here!). The added bonus is those evenings when you know you can&#39;t get away, but Mom understands that you have to take your son out for a ride. An hour of ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 07-08-2015
  • Re: Training with limited time

    I&#39;m in a similar boat. I work full time, I&#39;m doing a Master&#39;s degree part time, run a business out of my house, and have 2 teens. I get tired just thinking about it. There&#39;s no room to train or to race, but there&#39;s always a way. My work is only 3.5 k from the house, so I don&#39;t get much out of that. But it&#39;s 3.5 k ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 07-07-2015
  • Re: Installing a fsa sl-k light crank bb30 on a 2011 S2 , impossible ??

    I have a 2010 S2 and it, and I think the 2011, have English threaded bottom brackets. The crank you bought is for a press fit bottom bracket, so no, it won&#39;t fit and can&#39;t be adapted. Experts out there, please free free to correct me if I&#39;m wrong about this.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 06-03-2015
  • Re: compact vs mid-compact cranks

    I went from a standard crank to a compact 50-34 on my S2, with 11-28 cassette. It made a huge difference on the hills. The lower gearing allowed me to keep my cadence up, and I found that I was able to add 2-3 kph on most of my climbs, and it felt like less effort.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by racewatcher on 05-12-2015
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