Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

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    Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

    OK, so I have a 44 mile race next weekend and I'm doing 30 miles tomorrow morning. 30 miles = 1:35-1:45 for me (i'm a newbie so relax you hardcore gents). For this length of time I need my iPod so I rigged it up on the stem of my handlebars. I have a nicer piece coming in from the bay but this will do in the meantime.
    After my last post someone asked for the entire setup pic and I've included that as well. PAG-80 has to go to help me monitor the everchanging Oklahoma barometer
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    Re: Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

    funny as heack.....all u need is a chick car.....god bless
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    Re: Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

    Well, your frame/fork appears to have pretty relaxed geometry that would put you in a fairly upright riding position...if you really want to shave some time off your rides, you might consider a rig that's a little more aggressive.

    That said, I don't think that is your true intent given the contents of the cage on your downtube (of which I whole-heartedly approve).

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    Nice! Looks like a good workable set up! Nothin better than a frothy glass of ale to help the evening along and get the ole head on straight! Good luck on the ride!
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    i like bicycles but i don't like to ride them.... they interfere with my cigerette smokin'.

    nice set up.....

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    Re: Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

    I love riding bikes, but my husband won't let me have one. I've had a bad head injury in the past, and he's afraid I'll fall on my head and forget who he is.

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    Re: Bike setup, total geek (and PAG-80) content

    Quote Originally Posted by CatherineM View Post
    I love riding bikes, but my husband won't let me have one. I've had a bad head injury in the past, and he's afraid I'll fall on my head and forget who he is.


    That's quite touching, in a way...
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