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captaingrumpy yoga15app's article
Dec 5, 2017 at 9:56
Dec 5, 2017
Yoga For Strong, Supple, Somewhat More Bulletproof Ankles - Monthly Yoga with Abi
Reclining spinal twist: Wow! Supreme IT stretch for me. Thats the medicine I needed. Feels great!
captaingrumpy mikelevy's article
Dec 1, 2017 at 23:14
Dec 1, 2017
KMC X11EPT ECO ProteQ Chain - Review
@kmcchain: Excellent, you have my sincere thanks kmc.
captaingrumpy mikelevy's article
Nov 30, 2017 at 8:31
Nov 30, 2017
KMC X11EPT ECO ProteQ Chain - Review
@kmcchain: Thanks for the response. Using 11/128. My eyes get crossed reading that catalog, too many features, and icons and stuff. I think my priorities are: 1) reasonable inexpensive trailside repair (your missing links have been great, I carry a bag of them) My chains have always failed after scraping on rocks, not the chain's fault but I need to be able to fix 2) durable (not break or wear too quickly) 3) value for money (chain is a wear item so stupid to pay too much) I doubt i'd pay more than $30 for a chain. 4) weight 5) rust proof I've heard the higher speed chains are stronger. Why would a singlespeed prefer the x8 or x9? In my experience the 10-11 speed chains seem to wear better but I'm just one person so my sample is small. I'd love to get a suggestion from engineers that know the numbers. Before the 10.93 I was using a SRAM pc-xx1 hard chrome chain and it also lasted me very well. Thanks!
captaingrumpy mikelevy's article
Nov 29, 2017 at 21:49
Nov 29, 2017
KMC X11EPT ECO ProteQ Chain - Review
Hi Mr KMC, Cool that you are commenting here. What chain would you recommend for a singlespeed? I am currently using your 10.93 and it seems to be working well. No rust on it either but as rainy northwest rider I'm pretty careful about lube and cleanliness.
captaingrumpy meagerdude's article
Nov 27, 2017 at 19:19
Nov 27, 2017
2017 Fall/Winter Gear Guide - Gear Essentials
Yes. Exactly. Total anvil envy. Forget the other stuff I want the anvil.
captaingrumpy mikekazimer's article
Nov 17, 2017 at 17:34
Nov 17, 2017
Do You Know How to Build a Wheel? - Pinkbike Poll
@nuttypoolog: Agreed. Hard to mess up building with good modern stuff, the standards are so much higher now. the wheels build up super fast. Sign of a real master is being able to quickly build a good wheel from a crappy rim.
captaingrumpy mikekazimer's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 14:00
Nov 3, 2017
8 Tips and Tricks for Wet Weather Riding
Good point about being sensible and bailing when there's gusting wind. Out enjoying a ride one stormy afternoon, kept hearing creaks and booms. Then a tree fell across trail about 100 feet ahead of me. Turned tail and went back to momma. Is a kind of danger I am not interested in courting.
captaingrumpy mikekazimer's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 13:57
Nov 3, 2017
8 Tips and Tricks for Wet Weather Riding
Lots of good here. Personally I think 90% of the problem is attire: finger gloves, goggles, a good jacket, lots of wool underlayers. All good. Fender, brake pads... meh... but theres two other items that make a big deal to my comfort: 1) Waterproof socks. I got showers pass socks for a 60 mile mud race. Have >30 hours on them, they are amazing because they look like socks, thin enough to fit in my shoes but really are waterproof and breathe. Sounds crazy impossible but its true. These makes a huge difference to my foot temperature and comfort when its freezing and wet. 2) Lightweight running gaiters. $20, stop rain and mud from going into the tops of my shoes, helps prevent shoes from filling with water and dirt.
captaingrumpy vernonfelton's article
Nov 2, 2017 at 13:49
Nov 2, 2017
Don't Punch the Baby - Opinion
Man I want me some wilderness mtb access so baddd... Man I want me some pacific crest trail mtb access so baaadddd.. Yeah we pay money our moneys to our local orgs to try an' make it happen, we go to the fs meeeetttiiinnnggsss... We're as polite as can be on the trails and still the floppy hatted hikers are such haterrrrrs.... They even hate trail runnerrrrrssss!!! The hikers are arguing from passion not science or pragmatismmmm, Aaannd they use these f**king ebikes as another excuse to say no. So watch out that baby ain't no baby, its a prison-tatted rapist!! Electricuuuuutttte iiit 'til its deaaaaadd.... Thank you thank you very much.
captaingrumpy yoga15app's article
Nov 1, 2017 at 21:29
Nov 1, 2017
Yoga For Sore, Weak or Inflexible Wrists - Monthly Yoga with Abi
I have a product suggestion for releasing stuck facia: moji pro. Steel ball bearings are very precise, very strong effect so must be gentle but I've found it much more effective than foam rollers or lacross ball. Thanks Abe!
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