Riding an old steel Bianchi north up the coast from San Diego to Monterey
Every cyclist must experience Highway 1 at least once in their lives.
Editor's Note: The Angry Singlespeeder is a collection of mercurial musings from contributing editor Kurt Gensheimer. In no way do his maniacal...
As cyclists, we all try to push our fitness to a higher level, riding harder, longer and faster, for it's an inherent part of riding a bike. But the harder we ride and the faster we go, the more we miss.
The Bianchi loaded up with Revelate bags, ready for a 500-mile journey.
"If you could have one - and only one - bicycle, which would it be?"
All ride and no work makes prickly pear a happy cactus
Editor's Note: The Angry Singlespeeder is a collection of mercurial musings from contributing editor Kurt Gensheimer. In no way do his maniacal diatribes about all...
I thought I would share my new SS. My brother-in-law bought me this frameset to celebrate the birth of my daughter. This frame also has special meaning as it was the GUSS that first started my love affair with the one geared world. Who knew father's get birthing presents too.;) It has been...
Well, Blowout had just rode right over Vlad the Impaler, nice and slow like, so I went back and pedaled up to it, pulled up and about then my back tire rolled over one of "Vlad the Impaler's" broken limbs and spun-out instead of providing me with the traction to propel me forward over the
HERE IS MY FULL SUSPENSION CANNONDALE RAVEN! THIS BIKE RIDES LIKE A DREAM AND IS A GREAT CONVERSATION PIECE ON THE TRAILS! HERE ARE THE SPECS:
Cannondale Raven 2000 carbon frame with ELO lefty fork
Mavic 223 Disc wheels with Shimano Dura Ace 9 cassette and Continental Explorer tires
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Bianchi Doss (2005) 6400
frame Alloy 7000 (Already well tested!!)
Rims: Ambrosio Keba 360 Fork: SR Suntour Axon D-RL with remote lock - these guys improved a lot and you can save some bucks!
LX 2005 rear Derailleur
Deore front Derailleur
FSA alpha Drive crank and arms