"brokenman, did you end up trying this experiment? for one ring prob it can work great, maybe gets dicey if you did a biopace double and a 10s or 11s chain? did you just up the price for biopace cranksets on eBay? too bad there isn't a…"
"I have the rotors on my CX. 40 46. Love them... The real difference I think is that the rotors can be adjusted so that the smaller section is in a better place, ie you can adjust the dead spot to your liking, other than that likely the same.
I just made an interesting observation about rotor rings and the old biopace and I was wondering if anyone else had similar experiences. Bottom line, as much as Rotors are touted as the new great, expensive thing, they are really identical to biopace. I have been riding Rotor Q rings for about a year now and logged a few thousand miles with them on my road bike. Although I do not find them “smooth” as others claim, they have all but eliminated my knee pain. So now I am looking to set up my…See More
"Thank you and yes, they hold air nicely. They have never been glued. I just dry mounted them on a pair of rims. I have that issue with the history of tubular tires. I will check it out.
Do you know if these were…"
Does anyone know anything about these tubulars in the attached photos? I bought them several years ago at a bike swap and forgot I had them until recently. They measure ~26mm wide. The tread looks like it is made for grass or other fast courses. I am wondering if they are any good and worth gluing on. I appreciate any help. See More
that first race I went to was at amherst, not sure but don't hink you could make it. that's why I was bummed - I was already into it, and was bummed you guys left this car-less poor soul behind. so sad.