Added by Dimitri Harris on December 3, 2011 at 4:13am — No Comments
I am seeking a 2010 FOCUS TEAM MARES or FOCUS CX1 in XL. If you have a 2010 FOCUS TEAM MARES or 2011 FOCUS CX1 in XL for sale, please let me know.
Bryan (cell 240.353.3578 or email is email@example.com)
Added by Bryan Maizlish on November 19, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Today was my last race of the year. It was a very good way to end my season.
The rains of yesterday delivered the mud we'd waited for all season. It wasn'y especially wet or gloppy, and I didn't get a whole ton of it on me or my bike; but it was thick and deep enough in spots to slow everyone down and force many off their bikes on runups most could've ridden in dry weather and so it was good enough.
The course was a modified -- some said watered down -- version of the USGP…
I came in to season thinking I would do a couple races. I think I did 12. This might be the best or the worst sport ever,could be both. I've realized despite my 36 years of age and 0 years of bicycle racing, I still want to search and destroy! Racing C's next weekend. Thank you Metropolis Cycle Repair for having me. CX is a puzzle I will crack.
Brand new Alpha Q CX fork uncut.$ 299.00
Kona Queen Anne Scandium frame $400.00 20.5 top tube lightly used Bella Velo team build.
Added by Bruce Moffatt on November 9, 2011 at 10:05pm — No Comments
Johnny Newb here and having a tough time washing front wheel out in muddy corners - more trouble than the other newbs. I realize that this is a technique problem, BUT what tire can I use in the front to help the cause. I spend each race passing several riders in staight sections only to watch them pass me as I am re-mounting after going down, over and over again.
I am trying to slow up heading into the corner with excels coming out, pedaling threw the corner as much as possible,…Continue
Added by Mike Cousino on October 25, 2011 at 10:36am — No Comments
Added by Beth Hamon on October 24, 2011 at 8:08pm — No Comments
Rode DCCX today: my first CX race AND first competitive cycling event all at once. I cannot believe my good fortune in starting out on this race. Yes, I bit it a couple of times... all remounts. There were only a few dead-leg moments.
My undying gratitude is owed to the couple who shouted for me to come closer to the right side tape riding one descent into some mud, as that was the only spot that hadn't been rutted axle deep by the 4:15 start!
I am going to…Continue
I never thought I would Race a bicycle. I'm glad I did. This was my 7th race, got 7th place. I hope those numbers don't start a trend, 102'd race 102'd place, that won't work for me. My old fighting spirt is coming back, and I love it.
Added by anthony sands on October 22, 2011 at 5:55pm — No Comments
FS: Easton EC90 SLX 2009This is my extra set of wheels. Never raced cross on these particular wheels but have on another set of the same thing.Never any issues with these wheels. I just don't use them. Great Condition.$600 obo
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The day dawned cool, almost crisp, and cloudy. I enjoyed a nice ride down to the venue from my house. By the time I'd gotten to PIR at around 10:15 am, the clouds were breaking up a little. By noon the sun had broken through and I no longer needed my long-sleeved base layer; I swapped in a lighter sleeveless layer instead. The course was mostly dry, with long stretches of gravel and pavement that I didn't remember from last year. What mud there was was dry and tacky. In short, this was a…Continue
Added by elgee on October 14, 2011 at 3:08pm — No Comments
where do i go for current year cyclo cross video action?
Added by Jeff Haase on October 13, 2011 at 2:13pm — No Comments
After a month my new FMB's have a gummy/sticky sidewall. I only use a mild soap to wash my bike. How do I get this stuff off so I can recoat it with a better sealant?
I know I am not the only one with this issue, at this point I would just like to know how to safely remove the origianl stuff?
Added by robert garner on October 11, 2011 at 9:35am — No Comments
I'm selling a very lightly used 2010 Slingshot DD-x frameset, $800 obo. The frameset includes a 5 degree sweep Ritchey WCS carbon cx fork and Cane Creek IS-8 headset. The bike was built up for last cx season but is about 5cm too tall for me. I judged sizing incorrectly, unfortunately, based on VTT, not stack and reach.
The frame has an Aluminum alloy main triangle bonded to a carbon rear triangle, it is extremely light, stiff, and responsive, yet comfortable enough to enjoy…Continue
Added by Patrick McEnaney on October 10, 2011 at 1:21pm — No Comments
New Racer here, so many ?????? I've read a ton about ; the right bike,the right tire, the right well everything it seems like. I pose a simple one. Whats the most important place to spend the all mighty $. I know thats a tall order, also how much is rider and how much is the bicycle.
thanks for help
Added by Joe Anderson on September 18, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments