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Thursday, August 30, 2007

POLL QUESTION

Should a computer have a resting place on a CX bike? your vote can be placed in the comments.



my reasoning is that my road bike is up in the rafters, and the CX ride is my only hoopdy (by choice).
I mean, how else would I tally my velog??? I have never seen the HR during a CX race, so my piqued (Liz) interest has the best of me. Plus, look at it all nestled up under the flaming Hot S of the Slingshot fork...


Yes, JB, the bar tape is being replenished tonight with blood red when I replace all the cables. I'd like to get a red saddle also.





17 Comments:

  • At 5:34 PM EDT , Blogger Joshua Goyet said...

    Computers need to go on everything. Without numbers to log, the training doesn't count.

     
  • At 7:10 PM EDT , Blogger bce said...

    no computers on cross bikes.

     
  • At 1:08 AM EDT , Blogger Rob said...

    sorry, computers have no business on a cross bike.

     
  • At 7:50 AM EDT , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Kevo:

    Its your bike. do what you wanna do. Kinda like those sideburns you used to have. Got a question bout the carbon bars though?

    Wayno

     
  • At 8:14 AM EDT , Blogger Joshua Goyet said...

    alright I'm new to CX. Why are you guys against computers?

     
  • At 8:22 AM EDT , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    come on man! powertap that rig!!!

     
  • At 8:56 AM EDT , Anonymous superdork said...

    I understand why you did, but no 'puters on cx bikes.

     
  • At 8:56 AM EDT , Blogger SAMBO said...

    Of course computers are fine on a cross bike. It's always good to know how far you went. All those who say no to the computer are just jealous cause they won't pony up a few bucks to put on one their bikes.
    I used my Garmin last year at each race (i always took it off before the race for fear that i would hit it with my knee and lose it during a crash)
    I think the UCI should allow disk brakes too!!!(oops, did i go to far)

     
  • At 9:35 AM EDT , Blogger back2Zhills said...

    disc rule, computers drool.......if ya don`t know what ya did, well ,ya don`t know what ya did....i threw all my computers away last april....although i`ve been contemplating either a wadd meter or a garmin!!!!!!!

     
  • At 10:51 AM EDT , Anonymous jason@slingshotbikes.com said...

    if i see you at iron cross with a computer on my ddx i will not be happy.
    wanna know how far you went?????? not far enough! how fast???? seriously not fast enough.
    cross is all about pain and escape, mainly from computers.
    disc brakes...please stopping just makes you go slower.

    carbon bars????????? oh my god!!!can i lick your bike????

    thanks for restoring my faith.
    see you at iron cross bro. ps bring copius amounts of beer.

     
  • At 12:35 PM EDT , Anonymous jw said...

    No computers k-dog! Mclovin wouldnt use one!

     
  • At 1:22 PM EDT , Blogger MRussell said...

    no computers. If you need to know how far/fast you went ask whoever just finished riding with you. If you rode by yourself, go to mymyride.com and map your loop and the see how far/fast you went. but no computers.

    Simple.

     
  • At 2:06 PM EDT , Blogger Marco said...

    What about if we have a computer on our CX bike for training but we remove it before a race?

     
  • At 3:04 PM EDT , Blogger back2Zhills said...

    what if ,what if,what if??????????
    what if the world stopped turning????

     
  • At 5:56 PM EDT , Blogger Albe said...

    Just ask yourself, "WWTFD?".

    http://ryantrebon.blog.com/

     
  • At 7:07 AM EDT , Blogger Marco said...

    Ok, you guys shamed me into removing the computer from my CX bike.

     
  • At 8:04 PM EDT , Blogger Liz Schleeper said...

    There is no stopping a piqued interest. Yes to computer.

     

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