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Questa e'la mia atala,quella che uso per percorsi estremi...cosa ne dite?
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Vorrei cambiare il manubrio, senza spendere piu di tanto,voi cosa mi consigliate,premetto che uso per spostamenti veloci in citta'
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Here is a cool smart device for bikes, can display all kinds of images, photos, even short video on your bike wheels.  It can be controlled by your mobile phone, can also can download huge resource from the cloud. It seems very cool. It is a really product with stylish industrial design.

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One of our very good friends had gone a a crew member for the words toughest bicycle race, Race across America. Riders are required to cover 4800km in 12 days.

Take a look at his experience and findings:
http://velocrushindia.com/interview/through-the-eyes-of-chaitanaya-velhal-joan-dietchman-raambling-across-america/

#RAAM #CYLCING 

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Whether you are a commuter, traveler, backpacker, cyclist, , or just an active person, who needs to stay clean and live germ free. Muc-Off's beautiful invention of the 'Dry shower' is the perfect way to freshen up without the use of water. Read on to find out more...http://www.velocrushindia.com/2015/07/why-muc-offs-dry-shower-should-be.html

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Cycling around de east coast of Mallorca with my folding bike, beautiful beaches with clear blue water 

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I just read +Bike Hugger post about flying bicycles for free.  I wish that could work for me, but sadly NO.  :S

Because of the crazy-excessive numbers of miles that I ride, I owe myself the pleasure and ergonomic benefits of riding a real bike, not a folding/travel bike.  So I pay $150 each way to fly my own bike.  It turns out that's still cheaper than renting a high-end bike for 7-10 days, but there is a huge amount of inconvenience and time spent packing and unpacking the bike -- twice.

On this past holiday trip I could not find any professional-grade bikes for rent in my size, so I opted to fly my own bike, instead.  I already own a really great corrugated plastic travel crate that I have used to fly the MTB a dozen+ times, but this was the first time flying my Trek Madone 7 in it.

See the original post (shared), and the follow-up posts:

https://plus.google.com/109792156715755708589/posts/NxeVPtxr2Pv

and the return trip:

https://plus.google.com/109792156715755708589/posts/ESrxySmPffW

So here is the reason I am writing...  I had more than one comment on the prior posts from people telling me that if I had used brand "XYZ" case/bag, then I wouldn't not have had to remove the crankset to compensate for the Madone "seat mast" -- sounds great, but I became skeptical because of the size of my bike and the fact that the commenters all had much smaller bikes with conventional seat-posts (fully-removable).

So are there any Trek Madone 6 or 7 owners who have a 62cm frame with a Dura-Ace 9000 crank size 55-42T size who can recommend first-hand a hard case or re-inforced travel bag that can fit my bike without removing the crank set?

Maybe someone at +Trek Bicycle could offer some first-hand advice as well?
Curses!!! :-(
Things were looking great for taking the Madone with me on holiday, until the seat mast happened. :S

#Trek #Madone #Madone7 #TooFrigginTall
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