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  2. Man, hottest ive been is in Lousiana with northern FL coming in a close second. This is also coming from someone who lived in the mojave desert......the humidity is just so brutal in the south.
  3. Im currently watching excavators strip all the trees and grass from the hillside across from me. The COA, in their greed fueled wisdom are allowing developers to destroy some of the last of the remaining land with any elevation in south austin. The COA is also allowing the developers to build without retention ponds and instead install a 9ft drainage pipe to channel all the water from these developments right into onion creek. That will without a doubt will erode houses from their slabs during the next big flood. Hypocrites. rant/off
  4. Not as bad as a sportbike on the track in Houston, but close enough that it's early morning or not at all.
  5. That is a fun looking bike, free bump.
  6. when I was fighting with the city to keep cat open they admitted that natural erosion was much larger than anything people would do. Erosion is a big deal when you are building a subdivision and all that dirt clogs up a waterway. But erosion doesnt always matter. In santa barbara, erosion is eating cliffs and threatens to destroy homes. In most of our area erosion is a complete non issue. The city also said that trails create impervious cover..
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  8. ......and not come back the summers here are 100% fun removal.
  9. Never mounted/used. $200 new if you can find it. $150 here. The Strikefire II Red/Green Dot is a rugged, reliable red dot sight that is at home in a variety of shooting applications. It allows the shooter to operate between two dot colors and ten brightness settings to easily adjust for changing conditions Fully multi-coated lenses provide a clean and bright, unobscured point of view. Unlimited eye relief allows for rapid target acquisition. Max Elevation Adjustment- 100 MOA. Max Windage Adjustment- 100 MOA The single-piece chasis is compact and lightweight but still delivers shockproof performance withstanding both recoil and impact. Nitrogen purging and o-ring seals ensure fogproof and waterproof performance An offset cantilever mount is provided; allowing you to move the sight forward to be used in conjunction with a magnifier and backup iron sights all on the same rail With aesthetics and functionality in mind, the power controls are at the rear of the Strikefire for easy access. The Strikefire II runs off a CR2 battery.
  10. Picture says it all. 350 in the boxes, some loose but from the same batch/brand. Pick up in Pflugerville.
  11. https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2853546/ ??
  12. Centennial Cone near Boulder, CO from a few years ago. That's my buddy who lives in Broomfield. I'm due for a trip back up there and this heat is making it real tempting to just get up and go.
  13. The Sunderland Til I Die documentary on Netflix is hard to watch. it's a train wreck of a team.
  14. I posted some comments a page or so back about the CH fork. I was concerned that my puny wrists would hurt if I rode a lot of trail with their stock carbon fork. But according to EVIL, there is no fork on the market which matches closely enough the CH's offset and A to C. What I didn't realize at the time is that the ENVE bar is super compliant, and I suppose that's why I haven't had any issues with wrist pain.
  15. way, way better stopping power and feel. you can actually modulate them compared to just pulling as hard as you can and hoping for the best
  16. Been watching Europa league in Spanish (difficult) and now in English on the CBS app. You can do a free trail on the CBS app for 30 days if you include commercials. Seeing as I only want it for C/E leagues that is perfect.
  17. i have whatever is OEM, will go to sintered once they need replacing if those are better
  18. do you have the sintered pads? made a YUGE difference on mine. https://www.ebay.com/itm/TEKTRO-P20-11-Bp69a-Disc-Brake-Pads-Bike-Metal-Ceramic-Compound-1-or-2-pairs/273519735846?hash=item3faf0bf426:g:eFkAAOSwsGpbzV~o
  19. looks good. I was thinking about the TRP Slate brakes, about $120 a set. I keep finding retailers that don't have them in stock though. all this drama makes me want to go back to mechanicals. BB7s needed to be fiddled with sometimes, but at least it was not so messy!
  20. @Barry -- what forks did you end up running on the CH ? If I recall you noodled around with changing them right , to some carbon? Maybe that wasnt you
  21. i have the tektro 285s and they seem great so far. no experience yet though on servicing them
  22. Shimano brakes are "not serviceable." nonsense! wish me luck!
  23. I have 2 drop bar bikes with a drop posts. My fat bike (FattyFattyDropDrop) has a drop bar with with a PNW lever inside the left drop. You can put on the bar as well, but I never ride technical terrain on the hood--only in the drops. So it's where I need it. But my Chamois Hagar has the best solution. It has a GRX 1x drivetrain and the 160mm BikeYoke post is actuated by the front/left "shift" lever. It's glorious!
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