Item: 15×100 12×142. Shimano hubs. Rear hub has some bearing wear. Both wheels are straight with no dents though. 21.5mm internal. 180mm rotors. Shimano free hub
Location: SE QLD
Reason: All boost now baby
Pics: Yes Maam
Item: Elite Qubo Elastogel trainer
Location: SE QLD
Price: $200-- $150--$125 plus freight. Sendle is about $28
Extra: Comes with Misuro b sensor, ANT dongle and USB extension cable. Sensor seems a touch sensitive. Working at the moment
Photos: Yes please.
We're having no end of issues with sensors dropping out on Zwift. Presently the setup is an Elite trainer with the Misuro B+ sensor and it was going fine until our free trial ran out and we took out a prescription. Now the sensor is "connected" but has "No Signal" on Zwift. Neither on Companion...
Thoughts from the brain trust. I have an issue with cramping well before I'm "tired". Isn't normally a problem on rides less than 30km which are the majority of my mtb ride lengths. Mainly over longer events such as 4hrs etc. So due to the upcoming Port to Port I've been clocking up longer kms...
Got some back to back days riding coming up soon and I'm pondering tyre choice. How important do you think it becomes to look at tyre weights over long distance riding? Would a 200-400G weight saving across the 2 tyres make a big difference to how much energy you use over a 4 day riding event...
I've bought a set of new wheels that are 32mm internal. I want to run a set of 2.4 tyres. Pretty much everything I've read says a 2.4 should be ok. I need some decent sidewall protection as the majority of our riding is rocky, loose hardpack. I but don't want really heavy tyres as I climb lots...
I've sold the Reign and would like to look at a wider wheelset for the Spark that presently runs 23mm ID rims. They are just a bit flexy for me. I'll keep them for a backup set. Is 30mm Overkill for a 2.3 tyre? Maxxis say so anyway.... Or should I look at about 25-27mm? I'm only looking alloy...
I need a back up wheelset for my wife and I as we both run boost now. I'm not looking for anything expensive, just something to get us out of trouble if we are doing long events, etc. Like the upcoming Port to Port. I've seen this on Cycling deal and it seems pretty good to me if I can set it up...
Item: As above. Looking for something to try with a new bike computer. Thought maybe someone might have one that they don't use now that you can get HR watches
Location: Post to QLD
Condition: Good. Working obviously. A smaller size too maybe
Price: Less than $50 posted
My wife is doing her first 24hr in 3 weeks. I'm her pit crew. Anyone advice for me as her pitcrew from burners that have been support crew for any 24hr riders? I'm thinking that don't take anything she says to me after 14hrs personally could be one......
Item: Shimano or Sram as either can run with each other in 11sp. SLX or XT or GX or better.
Location: Post to SE QLD
Price: A reasonable price. Not more than I can buy a new one for obviously :rolleyes:'
Reason: For my daughter's upgrade plans...
Condition: Good, not rooted.
Pics: If you have...
Item: 2019 GX DUB 32T 170mm crankset
Location: SE QLD
Reason: Went 165mm
Price: $170-- $150 posted
Extra: 2 very small rub marks and a slight scratch. Has done about 100km before they were swapped out for the 165s...