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FS: Challenge Grifo clinchers pro series

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Mayhew Sep 3. 2 Replies

WTB: FMB Mud tires

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adam St. Germain Aug 21. 1 Reply

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Chris Mayhew replied to Chris Mayhew's discussion FS: Challenge Grifo clinchers pro series
"Just email me. csmayhew@gmail"
Sep 3
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Sep 3
Patrick O'Sullivan replied to Chris Mayhew's discussion FS: Challenge Grifo clinchers pro series
"Interested I sent a a friend request so I can PM you..."
Sep 3
Chris Mayhew posted a discussion

FS: Challenge Grifo clinchers pro series

I pulled the trigger a little too quickly on these and don't need them. Brand new in box, never opened or mounted. $130 shipped.Thanks!See More
Aug 28
Adam St. Germain replied to Chris Mayhew's discussion WTB: FMB Mud tires
"If someone has THREE to sell, I am also looking for a single FMB Super Mud. (Hi Chris)"
Aug 21
Chris Mayhew posted a discussion

WTB: FMB Mud tires

Does anyone have any FMB mud tires they are trying to sell? Thanks!See More
Aug 21
Chris Mayhew replied to Andrew Gadd's discussion Chainring swap
"You can do that, absolutely. That is going to make for a big jump between the two rings. Also you're not getting (or going to get) much use out of that 46t ring. Might as well replace that with something you can use like a 42 or even 40. "
Aug 21
Chris Mayhew replied to Nathan Masek's discussion Tufo (or other) - tubular for clincher? open tubulars?
"I'm not sure the Tufo tires are still around in that model. They weren't that great to begin with and you can roll them off too. I've done it. They are a pain to mount too. Open tubular is a clincher of a certain make, so it's…"
Nov 24, 2014

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Bowling Green, KY
About Me:
Associate coach for JBV Coaching.
Current Bike Collection:
Two Ridley Crossbows
Favorite Race:
That one with the barriers
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Nutella on the drive home
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
12+ years
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At 1:35pm on October 29, 2009, Sean Yeager said…
Funny... I had a 42, single ring, in 2007. Always felt I wasn't able to keep up on the road sections, and wished I had the bigger ring. Went to Nats and got outsprinted (for 27th...) Went to the 46/38 for 2008 and had one of my best seasons ever. I've been thinking of going to a 44/36, though. Been struggling a tad this year with the climbs. Got married, took time off, had family in town... and it's all crashing down now!

See you on the start line somewhere along the way!

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