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  • Re: Out of shape, preparing new season (chainrings & cassette)

    https://www.wolftoothcomponents.com/collections/derailleur-optimization/products/roadlink With the wolf tooth roadlink, put a 11-34 cassette on.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 11-12-2018
  • Re: HED Ardennes Plus -- any clearance issues with a new [2014] S3

    I don't have a 2014 S3, but I have a 2011 R5 with HED Belgian Plus 25mm wide rims. The difference between the Belgian and Ardennes, is the Belgian are sold to resellers as a rim, while the Ardennes are a wheel already built. Not sure about the Ardennes Plus, but my Belgian Plus are tubeless ready. On my older R5, I cannot use a 25mm ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 09-08-2014
  • Re: Using iPhone as bike GPS computer with MotionX app

    I tried MapMyRide, but it didn't work for me for some reason. What this wireless device for Heart and Cadence? Got a link? [quote user="got2ride"]You can do iPhone maps through MapMyRide, Heart and cadence are available through a wireless device that is available for like $250.[/quote]
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 06-16-2009
  • Re: Using iPhone as bike GPS computer with MotionX app

    [quote user="wilwil"]Can you upload routes from your PC onto the iPhone? Can you plan routes on the iphone and then have the iphone direct you?[/quote]  Not yet, but the developers wants to be able to do that.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 06-16-2009
  • Re: Bike Insurance Costs

    [quote user="Republicanrider"]I've found when traveling by air, it's easier to Fed/ex or UPS the bike, I do purchase their insurance. I guess it's a little more complicated. Enjoy your ride.[/quote] I thought about courier within North America, but people tell me that it's too expensive to do now. Before it was ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 05-16-2009
  • Re: Bike Insurance Costs

    Oh, the quote I got for 10% of value did not have any deductible I believe. So, if you insure your bike for $7,000 , it would cost $700 a year for insurance with no deductible. The quote was from Chubb.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 05-15-2009
  • Re: Bike Insurance Costs

    [quote user="Republicanrider"]Self insure. I don't see a bicycle as a catastrophic loss. You'd be better off the majority of the time saving the money you would pay in insurance premiums and buying a new bike when you are ready. I feel it's a waste of money.[/quote] I have not gotten insurance for my R3 SL yet, but if I ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 05-14-2009
  • Re: Bike Insurance Costs

    I got a high deductible (either $10K or $20K) on my home insurance to get lower premiums. I view the home insurance for catastrophic incidents instead of day to day set backs. So I inquired my insurance broker and got a quote of 10% of the value of the bike per year for insurance on the bike. I presume it would cover under any circumstance of ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 05-13-2009
  • Re: 11-28 cassette for RS compact double?

    [quote user="carhillclimb"]    I am planning to move to 24-47 11-27 on one bike so it will be suitable for general New England riding and Mt Washington hillclimb with no gearing change.   Michael Wilson[/quote] Michael, How do you get a 27-47 chain ring onto a road bike (without going to a triple, I got Red so no triple for me, ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 05-04-2009
  • Re: Anybody had experience/ opinion on Neuvations wheels?

    I got a pair of M28 Areo 2 for my training wheels. Still true after 3000km. I did make it rub my rear brakes going up a steep hill once. I like my HED Bastogne better, but for what I paid for them, you can't beat them. I would recommend Neuvations to my riding buddies.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by Garfield on 04-27-2009
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