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  • Re: Still riding a 2010 S2...Am I missing out?

    Until my recent incident, I was rocking a 2012 S2. Sure, there have been improvements, but there is a reason that the S2 has been around and in pretty much the same form (it was originally the Soloist) for such a loooooong time. It might not have all the bells and whistles of the bleeding edge, but it is a good, solid, dependable frame. Unless you ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 07-30-2018
  • Re: Awwww......dangnabbit!

     Hi all,   Well, Dynamic Composites in Edmonton seems to be the folks that the local shops use....good reputation with other products. I'll likely look into them when I have a few more dollars and timeline isn't an issue (only 4 weeks until this year's Ride to Conquer 10th).  For the time being, I've ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 07-20-2018
  • Awwww......dangnabbit!

    Well, this just plain sucks. :( It looks like I killed my S2 on a training ride last night. I avoided a manhole / sewer grate but caught a pothole instead...chain did a funny bounce and somehow caught on the chainring (possibly a bolt or ramp, but still, wth!?!?!) causing a very bad chainsuck. Took a big chunk out of my chainstay. Tap test says ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 07-10-2018
  • Re: Cervelo S2 2012 and di2 groupset

     It'll work (I checked it out when I was looking to ditch the SRAM that came one mine). I personally went Campy instead ;)
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 03-23-2018
  • Re: Is a Subaru Impreza 2011 good for driving?

    Sorry to be late to this conversation. I have a 1998 Subaru Forrester SF5 (STI before they called them STIs) that was imported from Japan (still has the Tokyo Subaru dealer sticker on it). The car was pretty close to showroom condition (auction cars may be a little more variable, so be careful there) and very low km. A few points to ponder for ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 02-16-2018
  • Re: Picking a set of wheels

    I'm a big guy (solid Clyde) and recently did a set of wheels for my S2. I looked at a bunch of the "beefy" (Stallion / Clyde) builds from the usual suspects and some options for building them myself. Lots of options out there (especially if you're not a Clyde), but the prices start getting super high when you are converting ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 02-16-2018
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    Teige, I can understand the point of view and know folks who subscribe to the "by feel" method as well. I have my "quasi" / HR based PM as more of an interested observer item as I am far from a star athlete. I am one you will pass left, right and centre on a climb....not because of my power meter, but because of the extra heft ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 10-12-2017
  • Re: Cervelo r3 with tri bars

    I'll agree too...aeros will help the R3 do better, but an S-series is closer to the P in terms of speed. In my case, it is an S2 with the clip-ons and it flies along. Under the right conditions, my fat butt can cruise along in the low to mid-40 km/h range (solo) and gobble up long distance rides. If you are going to sell the R3 and get one ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 10-06-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    Part of seeing (or not seeing) power meters is about where they hide. It's easy to miss the pods on pedal based systems (Keo PowerMax or Garmin Vector pedals), crank based systems (like Stages) or hubs (i.e. PowerTap). Sure, some systems like Pioneer and Quark are more obvious on the crank spider, but sometimes the meters can be easy to miss. ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 09-22-2017
  • Re: Picture of your Cervelo

     Nice looking ride there, Robg
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Kronan on 09-19-2017
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