Ti is addictive
Thinking of a new 29er HT and was pondering having a BB30 incorporated on it. Think this is a good idea, or will BB30 go the way of biospace rings and the dodo bird???
All Mountain said:I don't know what a BB30 is, but I know you need a new bike :thumbsup: :lol: :yikes: :thumbsup:
TiEndo said:Hey now, I haven't bought any cycling related paraphenilia in almost a year now. Saw that the guys who have made most of my bikes have gone on their own, so I am thinkin of giving them a shot to see what they can do
Blofeld said:Are you looking at it specifically to get your feet closer together?
From the marketing and roadie reports I've been reading tonight, you probably would get that much out of it, anyway. I know what I do to bottom brackets, and personally I'd prefer if the system had a sleeve or cup to hold the bearings. For road frames with lifetime warranties, it's a great concept; I just don't know how it would hold up to mud.TiEndo said:Yes to a certain degree. But more to get extra stiffness at the bottom bracket while going with thinner rear stays for say a more compliant ride.