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FastDHR FastDHR's photo
Nov 23, 2014 at 1:10
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yep, it could definitely be us talking about our new rigs or how fakking itchy our wool turtle-necks are, lmao...hey Si, how come you didn't bring your munchies bag ???...it looks like I brought mine but left the munchies at home, my bag looks so flat...and little Matty hanging into Mick's spare tubular, that's so funny, haha...the boys look like they're in a great mood before the start...gotta love those bikes too, race ready for the Hell of the North...take a close look at the brakes, some high tech shit right there, haha...

Nov 22, 2014 at 23:13
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FastDHR rmarques79's photo
Nov 22, 2014 at 15:25
12 hours
looks super fun man !!!...go Marzooooo

FastDHR SEADEVIL's article
Nov 21, 2014 at 21:28
1 days
The physics of various frame materials....
...as far as I'm concerned, only steel is real and would never EVER invest into another expensive crabon fibré frameset again, unless it becomes the cheapest option in the near future !!!...I would much rather invest in high end steel, titanium or stainless steel tubings for road, cx or xc duties... ...I can see carbon fiber used on pro bikes to save every gram possible but if you're not road racing or into triathlon, thermoplastic composites are a bad investment as they get outdated pretty fast and are inclined to end up in the garbage bin unless you're lucky to find a place that recycles the damn poisonous crap... ...aluminium is still the best compromise between weight, strength, cost and availability of material...there's no better material to build a frame that's going to get bashed on...
FastDHR SEADEVIL's photo
Nov 21, 2014 at 19:04
1 days
http://www.marinoni.qc.ca/pdf/M14_Pista.pdf

FastDHR SEADEVIL's photo
Nov 21, 2014 at 16:53
1 days
a 144mm Campy bcd track standard, saweet !!!...pretty much the biggest standard available for track duty...the bcd (bolt circle diameter) is the diameter of the circle formed by the stack bolts...so, if you have an even number of bolts like a 4 bolt mtb crankset, you can calculate the diameter directly by measuring the distance (c. to c.) between the bolts facing each others...on uneven crank arms (ex 3 or 5), you need to run that imaginary bolt circle, then calculate the diameter...let me know if my explanation is shit, lol...

FastDHR SEADEVIL's photo
Nov 21, 2014 at 15:03
1 days
...but really, who carry water bottles anymore or has time to stop so many times anyway,,,it's time to step it up and carry the 4L hydrapack, this will get you at least a few more blocs of free range, lol...

FastDHR baggyferret's photo
Nov 21, 2014 at 14:52
2 days
that's a real nice job man, awesome color and old school sparkles,,,and you never even stripped it down either...it shows that you've done it before, I'll definitely let you work your magic on my bike when you come around,,,even better yet, you could do the same on the Cobra body (if it ever shows up), HELL, British Racing Green with sparkles, lol...

FastDHR SEADEVIL's photo
Nov 21, 2014 at 14:46
2 days
yep, definitely a full on track chain, sweet !!!...just look at the thickness of the plates, it's obvious this chain is not meant to be shifted,,,no flex, no stretch, no give, just go go go...I was reading that some of the top track pros were using regular 8-9spd chain (3/32th) for training because it was not as hard and painful on their knees...

FastDHR nikoniko's video
Nov 21, 2014 at 14:39
2 days
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have fun guys !!!...

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