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2020-09-02 8:40:59 PM  
Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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2020-09-02 8:42:08 PM  
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This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails
 
2020-09-02 8:49:49 PM  
Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.
 
2020-09-02 8:50:05 PM  

inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails


Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.
 
2020-09-02 8:52:19 PM  
I'm getting a kick because I just got back from REI to pick up a new Bontrager helmet.
 
2020-09-02 8:52:27 PM  

El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.


What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.
 
2020-09-02 8:55:25 PM  

Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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And avoid taking it into Romulan space.
 
2020-09-02 8:57:02 PM  
Y'all need to check out pinkbike
Tho I'm sure stuff goes fast , there are legit bikes for reasonable deals
/not affiliated with pinkbike
/not opposed to it
/ hit me up pinkbike!
 
2020-09-02 9:00:44 PM  

holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.


That's a load of crap. You can get an outstanding bike for half that. It's the helmet, pants, shirts, tools, repair kits, glasses, shoes, clips, water bottles, car rack, and gloves that take it up to $8K.
 
2020-09-02 9:01:19 PM  

treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.


Dang - I thought ebikes were bad

My complaint is with people hiking on trails designated as "downhill only"
cause even my rigid bike can zip along pretty fast , let alone this behemoth
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2020-09-02 9:06:23 PM  
Just sold my Di2 venge last week. Luckily, I still have my Surly and a single-speed for my regular rides.
 
2020-09-02 9:06:40 PM  

inner ted: treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.

Dang - I thought ebikes were bad

My complaint is with people hiking on trails designated as "downhill only"
cause even my rigid bike can zip along pretty fast , let alone this behemoth
[Fark user image 425x318]


That's the problem with the surge of people headed outdoors. Trail etiquette was a rare thing with regular users. Now? You're lucky to make it out alive on popular trails.
 
2020-09-02 9:07:51 PM  
Actually loved working with trek. Its the only credit card I ever applied for (for a trek bike) i paid monthly and no interest and got a 900 dollar bike that was by far the fastest and best transport I could have in Austin when I lived there. FX as a commuter and fitness bike was great. Now when I moved to the rural areas of the north... I didn't use it at all. But man for cheap easy transport and great ride (seat is hard. It will hurt the nuts) great bike.
 
zez
2020-09-02 9:11:10 PM  

holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.


Nope, My friend had to wait 2 months for his.
 
2020-09-02 9:14:52 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Actually loved working with trek. Its the only credit card I ever applied for (for a trek bike) i paid monthly and no interest and got a 900 dollar bike that was by far the fastest and best transport I could have in Austin when I lived there. FX as a commuter and fitness bike was great. Now when I moved to the rural areas of the north... I didn't use it at all. But man for cheap easy transport and great ride (seat is hard. It will hurt the nuts) great bike.


Trek FX 7 series bike?
 
2020-09-02 9:15:29 PM  

treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.


Those are called OneWheels. They are fun.
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So are EUCs....
Tunnel vision
Youtube dlBo9JAfGEQ



Bicycles are so... well... you know...
 
2020-09-02 9:18:13 PM  
Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, flour, rice, boats, bikes, Dr Pepper, we've run out of a weird variety of shiat due to this pandemic thingie...
 
2020-09-02 9:19:20 PM  

inner ted: treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.

Dang - I thought ebikes were bad

My complaint is with people hiking on trails designated as "downhill only"
cause even my rigid bike can zip along pretty fast , let alone this behemoth
[Fark user image image 425x318]


Who makes that?   Sweet looking ride.

I picked up a almost new carbon fiber 2019 Giant Anthem Advanced from a guy who had too many toys when the pandemic started and was desperate for cash.  Waaay below market value.
Friend of mine who never learned basic bike maintenance brought his bike to the shop for a tuneup, fix the brakes and adjust the gears. Bike shop told him 3 week turn around, they had 100+ jobs in the queue.
 
2020-09-02 9:20:09 PM  

zez: holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.

Nope, My friend had to wait 2 months for his.


I was joking, but I actually do know one of the shops by me have some high end MTB on their floor. I want a new one but am not nearly into it enough to spend even $3k on one.

I'll ride my 15 year old Specialized Hard Rock for now, I guess.
 
2020-09-02 9:20:21 PM  
Ive been waitinging months. I finally decided on a jamis and between the increase in demand and pause in manufacturing they are sold out for 2019 and I'm hoping to get a 2020 by October.
 
2020-09-02 9:32:10 PM  

Elliot8654: Axeofjudgement: Actually loved working with trek. Its the only credit card I ever applied for (for a trek bike) i paid monthly and no interest and got a 900 dollar bike that was by far the fastest and best transport I could have in Austin when I lived there. FX as a commuter and fitness bike was great. Now when I moved to the rural areas of the north... I didn't use it at all. But man for cheap easy transport and great ride (seat is hard. It will hurt the nuts) great bike.

Trek FX 7 series bike?


Can't remember. It was 2016 I bought it. Disk brakes and the gears are a little rough but light as hell, all internal cables. Rides smooth as shiat to the point I was warned about speeding. Just all around good bike that got me to work faster than a car in Austin
 
2020-09-02 9:34:24 PM  
I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?
 
zez
2020-09-02 9:37:38 PM  

holdmybones: zez: holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.

Nope, My friend had to wait 2 months for his.

I was joking, but I actually do know one of the shops by me have some high end MTB on their floor. I want a new one but am not nearly into it enough to spend even $3k on one.

I'll ride my 15 year old Specialized Hard Rock for now, I guess.


Friend upgraded his 2009 carbon trek hardtail to this

https://store.pivotcycles.com/en/bike​-​firebird-29-1

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2020-09-02 9:45:51 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Elliot8654: Axeofjudgement: Actually loved working with trek. Its the only credit card I ever applied for (for a trek bike) i paid monthly and no interest and got a 900 dollar bike that was by far the fastest and best transport I could have in Austin when I lived there. FX as a commuter and fitness bike was great. Now when I moved to the rural areas of the north... I didn't use it at all. But man for cheap easy transport and great ride (seat is hard. It will hurt the nuts) great bike.

Trek FX 7 series bike?

Can't remember. It was 2016 I bought it. Disk brakes and the gears are a little rough but light as hell, all internal cables. Rides smooth as shiat to the point I was warned about speeding. Just all around good bike that got me to work faster than a car in Austin


Sounds like what I had. Trek 7.3 FX. I didn't have disc brakes, but it was a fantastic and reliable ride to work for almost 3 seasons of the year.

I miss my rides to/from work. Worst part of COVID.
 
2020-09-02 9:46:55 PM  

TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?


Because high end riders usually use clipless pedals that have several different standards depending on the cleat type you use.
 
2020-09-02 10:07:46 PM  

zez: holdmybones: zez: holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.

Nope, My friend had to wait 2 months for his.

I was joking, but I actually do know one of the shops by me have some high end MTB on their floor. I want a new one but am not nearly into it enough to spend even $3k on one.

I'll ride my 15 year old Specialized Hard Rock for now, I guess.

Friend upgraded his 2009 carbon trek hardtail to this

https://store.pivotcycles.com/en/bike-​firebird-29-1

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That's a beautiful bike.
 
2020-09-02 10:52:28 PM  

Mikey1969: Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, flour, rice, boats, bikes, Dr Pepper, we've run out of a weird variety of shiat due to this pandemic thingie...


And don't forget the cannabis, also our chile has gone way up in price this year!

holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.


I'll keep riding my old Gary Fisher on trails - but we do ride E-bikes a lot more around town
 
2020-09-02 11:04:46 PM  
Bike thread! Covid got me a lot of extra time, so I got about 7725kms so far this year on this bike - and I had Mono for the first few months of the year:

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2020-09-02 11:18:57 PM  

eddie_irvine: Bike thread! Covid got me a lot of extra time, so I got about 7725kms so far this year on this bike - and I had Mono for the first few months of the year:

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Seat is a foot above the handle bars? Makes my back hurt just to look at that.
 
2020-09-02 11:30:25 PM  
The Star Wars Trek

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2020-09-02 11:31:57 PM  

TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?


Because people that want to buy high-end bikes have strong opinions about pedals and any on the bike are unlikely to be unsatisfactory.  I like Pedalling Innovations Catalyst and Catalyst Evo.  Other people like others and are wrong.
 
2020-09-02 11:48:09 PM  

Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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That wouldn't help in Spokane...
 
2020-09-02 11:49:53 PM  

smokewon: Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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That wouldn't help in Spokane...


Remote control dog shock collar in the seat! Up the voltage. Good fun!
 
2020-09-02 11:50:42 PM  

treesloth: TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?

Because people that want to buy high-end bikes have strong opinions about pedals and any on the bike are unlikely to be unsatisfactory.  I like Pedalling Innovations Catalyst and Catalyst Evo.  Other people like others and are wrong.


If you don't ride flats , you better be pro , otherwise you are relying on a crutch

;)
 
2020-09-02 11:53:04 PM  

Elliot8654: TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?

Because high end riders usually use clipless pedals that have several different standards depending on the cleat type you use.


Lol
See my above post

Ride flats
It's better for you and you'll be a better rider
 
2020-09-02 11:58:00 PM  

The knight who says EkiEkiPoontang: smokewon: Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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That wouldn't help in Spokane...

Remote control dog shock collar in the seat! Up the voltage. Good fun!


I actually talked with a cop about setting my bike up that way and he told me that when left in public spaces, it would be considered domedtic terrorism.
 
2020-09-02 11:58:34 PM  

smokewon: The knight who says EkiEkiPoontang: smokewon: Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

[Fark user image image 640x363]

That wouldn't help in Spokane...

Remote control dog shock collar in the seat! Up the voltage. Good fun!

I actually talked with a cop about setting my bike up that way and he told me that when left in public spaces, it would be considered domedtic terrorism.


*domestic...ugh
 
2020-09-03 12:08:41 AM  

TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?


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So you can pimp your ride with some fancy flat pedals
There are many manufacturers that make em in all manner of colors and you can spend a little or a lot
They will make you (or your kiddo) a better rider but be warned , they can bite
 
2020-09-03 12:13:15 AM  

treesloth: TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?

Because people that want to buy high-end bikes have strong opinions about pedals and any on the bike are unlikely to be unsatisfactory.  I like Pedalling Innovations Catalyst and Catalyst Evo.  Other people like others and are wrong.


Oh are those the "long" ones ?
You obviously prefer them
 
2020-09-03 12:19:34 AM  

smokewon: The knight who says EkiEkiPoontang: smokewon: Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

[Fark user image image 640x363]

That wouldn't help in Spokane...

Remote control dog shock collar in the seat! Up the voltage. Good fun!

I actually talked with a cop about setting my bike up that way and he told me that when left in public spaces, it would be considered domedtic terrorism.


Protip: Don't get caught. Do you think the bike thief will report you?
If you have it setup right, he/she will be on the ground, while you ride away, whistling a happy tune.

Be careful. An extra boot to the face and the cops might actually care enough to look for you. Don't put the thief in the hospital. Just tazer their labia/balls lightly.
Second protip: Wear something like a Hawaiian shirt. Distinctive. All anybody will remember.
 
2020-09-03 12:40:21 AM  
It was more or less a discussion about elderly people staggering into the bike because there's no farking bike racks anywhere anymore.
 
2020-09-03 2:40:26 AM  
The knight who says EkiEkiPoontang:
Second protip: Wear something like a Hawaiian shirt. Distinctive. All anybody will remember.

Nobody's going to buy that, unless the shirt is skin-tight and covered with USPS Hawaii logos.
 
2020-09-03 3:00:13 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Don't forget when buying your new bike that it has to be kept secure while you're out.

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I would buy (and maybe regret) a Pee-Wee Herman replica eBike though.

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2020-09-03 6:44:15 AM  

Elliot8654: TheGreatGazoo: I got my 10 year old a Marlin 4.  Hopefully it's the last bike I'll have to buy for her. I got super lucky to snag one in stock a couple months ago, even though it was more than I wanted to really spend.

Why don't high end bikes come with pedals?

Because high end riders usually use clipless pedals that have several different standards depending on the cleat type you use.


Speaks the truth.

Also,  the marlin 4 does come with pedals.  It's not a high end bike.

(Works in a bike shop.  We sell marlin4s with pedals (when we have them))
 
2020-09-03 7:40:09 AM  

Marshmallow Jones: Friend of mine who never learned basic bike maintenance brought his bike to the shop for a tuneup, fix the brakes and adjust the gears. Bike shop told him 3 week turn around, they had 100+ jobs in the queue.


Ouch. Things like that make me glad I learned how to do most of my own bike work. More than once I've had to change out a cassette, replace a bottom bracket, or install a derailleur and shifters. I still haven't built a wheel or changed a headset, though, and don't have the gear for either task. My dad taught me bike basics when I was growing up, and I'm very glad for it - it's saved my ass when I've had a flat or a broken cable miles from home.
 
2020-09-03 7:56:16 AM  

treesloth: I like Pedalling Innovations Catalyst and Catalyst Evo. Other people like others and are wrong.


Crank Brothers FTW. I put Egg Beaters on both of my recumbents years ago and never looked back.

/ride what you like
 
2020-09-03 8:55:31 AM  

foo monkey: holdmybones: El_Dan: Gyms close, bunch of people want to buy bicycles, who would have suspected. Have a few friends and family myself who want to buy nice bikes and haven't even been able to get in to see or test ride them.

What do you mean? There are tons of bikes - as long as you're looking to spend $8000 on one.

That's a load of crap. You can get an outstanding bike for half that. It's the helmet, pants, shirts, tools, repair kits, glasses, shoes, clips, water bottles, car rack, and gloves that take it up to $8K.


Last year we bought the mrs a nice trike and the trailer rack to carry it. Also got the roof racks to hold the kids bikes so 4 bikes and a unicycle trailer seat for the toddler. Big kids each grew into a full size forever bike and they got replaced in the last 2 years. I still ride my '94 Schwinn frontier because why change now?
Trike: $2K
Trailer and roof racks; $1500
Kids bikes: $1500
Toddler seat" $250

With that expenditure I can now take my family riding on the 400 miles of trails around me. It has been a godsend this year and I dont know what I should have dont if I hadn't already equipped up. I do about 40 miles a week these days and am getting into real bike shorts and some minor gear upgrades now that the major investment is in the past.
 
2020-09-03 8:58:28 AM  

Marshmallow Jones: inner ted: treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.

Dang - I thought ebikes were bad

My complaint is with people hiking on trails designated as "downhill only"
cause even my rigid bike can zip along pretty fast , let alone this behemoth
[Fark user image image 425x318]

Who makes that?   Sweet looking ride.

I picked up a almost new carbon fiber 2019 Giant Anthem Advanced from a guy who had too many toys when the pandemic started and was desperate for cash.  Waaay below market value.
Friend of mine who never learned basic bike maintenance brought his bike to the shop for a tuneup, fix the brakes and adjust the gears. Bike shop told him 3 week turn around, they had 100+ jobs in the queue.


As an almost 40 or old getting into some serious cycling without any help, how much maintenance  should I be able to do myself? I'm a shop guy to keep the kids bikes safe but for me, I'll be doing this after they leave home in a few years, probably ought to get learning.
 
2020-09-03 9:04:01 AM  
I have a friend who's an IBIS dealer. He was one of the top 10 US sales people for the brand in 2018. He's sold more bikes since March than all of 2018.
 
2020-09-03 9:21:27 AM  

TelemonianAjax: Marshmallow Jones: inner ted: treesloth: inner ted: [Fark user image image 425x566]
This bike is so much dang fun
And while I appreciate that lots of folks are now into riding , I kinda miss my peaceful trails

Yeah, same here.  And I'm seeing way too many non-bikes on mtb trails, like those powered boards with the one large wheel in the center.  I don't know what they're doing exactly, but when they get to a point in the trail they can't finesse (which is most of them...) they just spin and tear up the trail.  And they're completely illegal on those trails.

Dang - I thought ebikes were bad

My complaint is with people hiking on trails designated as "downhill only"
cause even my rigid bike can zip along pretty fast , let alone this behemoth
[Fark user image image 425x318]

Who makes that?   Sweet looking ride.

I picked up a almost new carbon fiber 2019 Giant Anthem Advanced from a guy who had too many toys when the pandemic started and was desperate for cash.  Waaay below market value.
Friend of mine who never learned basic bike maintenance brought his bike to the shop for a tuneup, fix the brakes and adjust the gears. Bike shop told him 3 week turn around, they had 100+ jobs in the queue.

As an almost 40 or old getting into some serious cycling without any help, how much maintenance  should I be able to do myself? I'm a shop guy to keep the kids bikes safe but for me, I'll be doing this after they leave home in a few years, probably ought to get learning.


Check out Park Tools channel on YouTube. They cover just about everything.

And since we're showing off our bikes, here's my 2020 Kona Honzo DL. I've had a blast on it so far.
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