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cycling
25. Februar, 21:25 Uhr

Hey guys, I need advice for some equipment so i can be aware of my HR Zones and T Power for base training. I've been looking at the Garmin 25 with the attachments of a heart rate monitor and a cadence sensor. Then I found out about the Garmin Forerunner 35 Watch. Seems this may work too and i may have the functionality of using it as a watch as well. Is there anything else i should be considering? I don't want to spend more than $350 for everything if possible. With so many choices and having a blind discerning opinion, i just wanted some input on your experiences of recommendations before i made my final decision. Thanks

cycling
08. September, 01:38 Uhr

I've had my bike for 4 years in Minnesota before moving to Colorado a few weeks ago when I got my first two flats. My first ride in Colorado I blew my front tire, my second ride I got a slow leaking flat on the rear. I used to ride with a partner who could always ride back, grab a car and save me, but now I've realized I need to be prepared for flats on solo rides. Is the best gear a flat repair kit? Should I have an extra tube? Should I splurge for an established kit or will a $20 one from Amazon work just fine? What equipment do you guys carry? Where do you carry it?

cycling
07. Juli, 19:02 Uhr

Does anyone have a recommendation for a website that ships to the US and has good clearance deals on bike equipment? Specifically I'm looking for an aero wheelset, and hoping to find deals on last years models, etc

cycling
08. Februar, 17:11 Uhr

I'm getting super paranoid when I ride these days. Just had my fourth flat in about two weeks. A little history... My first real bike was a Trek Madone. The wheels were tubeless ready and I did in fact get them tubelessed with Bontrager R3s. Super light road bike, felt very responsive, but I started to crave something else. Now I ride a Planet X Exocet (time trial bike) with Michelin Pro4 Service Course clinchers. It's definitely a heavier bike, and the weight distribution is much more forward heavy. I really don't know if time trial geometry (and thus, riding position and weight distribution) could account for this many popped tubes? A lot of people writhe in agony when they think about biking in my city, but I kind of balked at the circumstances when I had my Madone. I had maybe two flats over a year and a half on that bike, did a lot of aggressive bunny hopping on it as well. This bike, I'm coming up on ten flats in half a year nearly (really learned to change a tire this year, haha). I'm using EVO bike tubes with the Michelin Pro4 Service Course clinchers, inflated to 100 psi, and fairly certain I am installing adequately; checking for any tube that could get pinched by the tire before inflating fully as well as any foreign objects embedded between the tire and tube. The flats are triggered by potholes or train tracks at speed (understandably), but it's just getting ridiculous to the point where I dismount after every pothole because I have no faith in my tubes anymore. Is this why group riders tend to point out every single road anomaly to the group? For those of you with time trial bikes, do you get them more on them? Is tubeless actually better at handling potholes/train tracks? Have I just been unlucky/lucky on my Madone? Thanks for your insight!

cycling
16. September, 00:41 Uhr

I've got 2 water bottles, some snacks to bring and I'm planning to buy some inner tubes, tools, etc in case of flats. The only thing that (I think) I'm missing is cycling sunglasses. I have eye glasses but prescription sunglasses right now are sorta out of my budget. Is it safe to ride without sunglasses? I've mainly been riding on trails and ive gotten dust in my eye but it's relatively safe because no cars. I'm not so sure if getting dust in my eye will be safe while im riding on this trip. Anyone want to share their experience?

cycling
27. Juni, 19:47 Uhr

I recently got into cycling and while I would love to support my LBS, funds have me restricted to finding the cheapest deals I can online. I recently picked up a couple items from the nashbar site, Giro Helmet, Nashbar saddle, Nashbar handlebar type, and cheap riding shorts. I am a brand new rider who is just trying out cycling and have only done 20 mile rides max so far. If I continue to enjoy it I will sink more money eventually. The reviews on all the products I bought seemed fairly positive, will I be disappointed? Does their shipping really take 7-10 days?

cycling
21. März, 00:14 Uhr

I'm looking at purchasing a rear rack and panniers on Amazon and am curious if anyone has experience with Ibera as a brand? The reviews on the models I'm planning on buying(?) are great, but I'm wondering if anyone here has a different opinion? Thanks for any input!

cycling
14. März, 20:27 Uhr

Male cyclists of Reddit how do you store your man tackle? My penis just won't stay the same size on a ride and I constantly have to adjust. Sometimes my testicles slip past the padding of my cycle shorts. Really, just looking for effective tackle holding tips. Whatever I'm doing isn't very effective. Oh, and for newbies, getting a seat with a groove in the middle is a life saver.