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Razors Edge

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Razors Edge last won the day on December 5 2020

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About Razors Edge

  • Birthday 04/02/1970

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    S-Works Roubaix SL, S-Works Tarmac, Specialized Diverge, Trek 950

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  1. Wrong SUV for that, my man! One and only car in the "dream" category for me would be a Ferrari 288 GTO.
  2. Definitely need quotes for that one!
  3. Is that the goal? Or simply a "proof of life" sort of moment?
  4. What???? Sure, it is filled with "product", but that's the way these young folks roll!
  5. Period. Full stop. Not sure when, where, or why this was taken and why he would ever wear that sweater(?), but WTF?!?!?!?!
  6. ...and is willing to use his Powerball winnings for a Cafe get together, what are folks thinking? A bicycle-centric event like Hawaii & Mauna Loa or France & Alpe d'Huez or Colorado & Independence Pass? Or, are folks here too out of shape (think @Randomguy mid-February) and maybe we focus on rest and relaxation and food. A hedonistic event like Maui for Mai Tais & a luau? Or a food & wine & cheese vacation on a canal boat through France? Or a shrimp-on-the-barbie vacay Down Under? IOW, assuming Mick peels off some of his winnings to sponsor our Big Party, s
  7. ...at my local Chick-fil-a that makes the drive thru back up through the parking lot and out to the main intersection? I think it is popularity, and I never see it like that at other fast food places. And they staff up at lunch, so it isn't a processing flow problem.
  8. Both very easy to get past. For one, most floor pumps are presta and shrader compliant, so just make sure that's what you have. For the other, the gear combinations, like you note, make a triple unnecessary these days. The old 48/38/28 hybrid/MTB sort of triple, is replicated more efficiently by a double with a 46/30, since there are more cogs on the cassette and those cogs are likely to be the same or even easier than the old easiest option you had. Your granny gear is there! It is just part of the double's gear options.
  9. ...to make after you do exactly what the boss asked for in a presentation? Boss: "I want X, Y, and Z, and I want to show that A, B, & C are completed" Me: "Here's the presentation including X, Y, and Z, and showing that A, B, & C are completed." Boss: "Where's the L, M, & O? And why isn't F, G, & H in there? I need that ASAP" Me: "OMG! WTF?"
  10. A Trek FX is a "no brainer" and will more than meet anyone's needs in the hybrid/recreational area. Just pick the one at your price point and you're fine. I'd like to think that is true for Giant, Cannondale, Specialized, Felt, etc. as those folks are making straightforward bikes with almost the same specs at the same price points. I'd basically get the bike with the best mix for the same price. Weight limit wise, I'd say that's 1) lawyer talk, and 2) gonna be wheel "limited", and you can probably avoid issues simply by caring for the wheels periodically - checking for true, keeping
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