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Hometown:
Montreal
Current Bike Collection:
2008 Sycip CX Easton Ultralite AL tubing
2000 Sano CX Scandium AL tubing (custom)
Favorite Race:
BASPS Night Race
Dream Bike:
2009 Sycip CX Scandium Cross (custom)
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
The struggle
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
10 years
Racing category:
weekend warrior

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$100 TRP CR950 Carbon CX Brakes

Posted on August 6, 2012 at 12:15pm 1 Comment

$400 - Alpha Q CX10 1' x 6.25' long fork

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Alpha Q CX10 1' x 6.25' long fork with Chris King headset (black) & front brake cable mount

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bik/3187834281.html

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At 1:45am on August 17, 2009, Christine "Peanut" Vardaros said…
glad i could help! They really are wonderful pedals once you get used to them. happy to know they are working out. AND thanks for letting my know!
best, peanut
At 8:33am on June 11, 2009, Christine "Peanut" Vardaros said…
glad i could help! Be forewarned that with frogs there is no click-in or click out feeling or sound but you do get used to it.
Best of luck in the upcoming cross season.
At 2:09am on June 11, 2009, Christine "Peanut" Vardaros said…
hey there - i have been using speedplay for cyclocross (and road and mtb) for many years. i switched to them for the float thing - AND i hated the idea of not being able to clip out before a barrier in a cross race. i have used shimano, ritchey, time and crank brothers and for me i can easily say i love the speedplays the best. they do take a little getting used to but once that short adjustment period is over, you will love them too i bet. And regarding mud, i put a little silicone spray on them before the race or training and they are fine. But basically, when the mud is bad almost all pedals will have problems. I personally will never switch from speedplays (frog and X models). Oh, and another incident that made the switch to speedplays permanent for me is that i badly tore my quad muscle trying to dismount during a training when the non-speedplay equipped shoe didnt release just before a barrier. Another brand also gave me knee problems in both knees after only a short trial period but it took months to reverse the damage it did.
Hope this helps.
 
 
 

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