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  1. Goudgey

    Sold Trek Madone 5.9

    Sold
  2. Goudgey

    SA All City Nature Boy

    Yes it is. I put it there to protect the frame from scratches when locking up in bike rack at work.
  3. Goudgey

    SA All City Nature Boy

    Item: All City Nature Boy single speed cyclocross bike, large size Location: Adelaide Item Condition: Excellent condition, minimal marks on frame Reason for selling: N+1 is not permitted in my household. Price and price conditions: $500 ono. Prefer local, but will post at buyers expense Extra...
  4. Goudgey

    SA Dropper post, 150mm, 30.9 dia

    Item: Dropper post, 150mm drop, 30.9 diamete Location: Adelaide, SA Price range/Willing to Pay: up to $250 for right dropper. Will pay postage Extra Info: internally routed, cable actuated required. Bonus if it comes with lever.
  5. Goudgey

    Sold Trek Madone 5.9

    $1,750 ono...
  6. Goudgey

    Which Alloy Enduro/Trail 27.5 Bike for around $4k

    Yeah, I agree with that. I was fortunate to pick up my A50 from Pushys for $3,600 during a sale when they were clearing out end of season stock. Great value at that price.
  7. Goudgey

    Which Alloy Enduro/Trail 27.5 Bike for around $4k

    What about a Rocky Mountain Altitude? bit over budget and lower spec than the Trek Remedy 8, but a great frame that will do everything you want of it. https://www.pushys.com.au/rocky-mountain-altitude-alloy-30-mountain-bike-surfin-bird-2020.html
  8. Goudgey

    Sold Trek Madone 5.9

    Open to offers on this badboy!
  9. Goudgey

    Choosing the correct saddle bum ouchy

    Specialized Phenom in 143mm width for me. Cutout, relatively short nose which isn’t too wide and a slight curve at the back. I’ve been running them on my road bikes and mountain bikes for a long time now and find them more comfortable than any other saddle I’ve tried.
  10. Goudgey

    Sold Trek Madone 5.9

    Bump...
  11. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    so just a small scratch then?
  12. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    I'd call them a regular fit. Not overly wide in the toe box, but enough wiggle room for my feet. I went with 10.5 which is .5 more than I thought I'd need, so perhaps they're a bit short in length.
  13. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    I’ve invested in the Lizard Skin shin guards. Don’t need/ want the bulk of integrated knee guards and there’s not much out there besides. Just gotta wait on international postage so they’re probably 2 to 20 weeks away. have done a few more rides on the Leatt shoes and I’m changing my opinion...
  14. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    Any tips where they can be bought from?
  15. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    Thanks for all the advice guys, greatly appreciated
  16. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    Can anyone recommend any good YouTube videos or sites that cover good flat pedal technique? A quick search on YouTube hasn’t given me much.
  17. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    this makes a lot of sense. I’ve come from a roadie background and am very used to pedalling heel down on the downstroke and heel up on the upstroke.
  18. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    Could very well be that. I’ve never been a jumper and have always relied on bringing the bike up to me when clipped in. I asked a local Facebook MTB group for shoe recommendations and there were a few responses in favour of the Leatts, so others seem to rate them too.
  19. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    Vaults are brand new today. The Leatt have a waffle patterned sole rather than a flatter sole with knobs like 5:10 shoes so I’m thinking the connection between the two isn’t as great as it could be. It seems good for horizontal movement but not great vertically. I’ll play around with foot...
  20. Goudgey

    Advice for a flat pedal newb

    foot position was pretty similar to when I’m clipped in, on the balls of my feet. Would I be better off with the pedal more towards my arch?
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