I'll soon get a mirror too. Still struggling to keep the foot on the pedal when I go faster.I picked up some accessories; Bar Tape, Mirrors, Storage Bag, Bike Tools, Gloves and a USMC sticker for the back fender.
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Yeah, I was out yesterday and I said to myself "I need to take photo's". But I was tired, dripping with sweat, legs were rubbery and I was just half way through my ride! I can't wait to get in shape whereby I won't look like I just got out of a pool. I'm not really a "Post-My-Life" kinda guy even though I enjoy looking at others. My photos would be of a fat wet guy sucking air with a smile on his face.I'll soon get a mirror too. Still struggling to keep the foot on the pedal when I go faster.
You'll need new photo's ya know.
So, I suppose you like the Brooks Saddle, it sure is beautiful. Anyone who has played baseball knows how real leather can mold to you.Keep at it…I’ve been off my bike since late March, and every time I go in the barn I run my hand over my Brook’s saddle. DAM those smarty-pants doctors.
As far as loads on the bike you could upgrade your wheels and spokes.
Warning you ahead of time, keep riding and you’ll be spending on a new wardrobe
Responses are just opinions zipur.Yeah, I was out yesterday and I said to myself "I need to take photo's". But I was tired, dripping with sweat, legs were rubbery and I was just half way through my ride! I can't wait to get in shape whereby I won't look like I just got out of a pool. I'm not really a "Post-My-Life" kinda guy even though I enjoy looking at others. My photos would be of a fat wet guy sucking air with a smile on his face.
The Allant 7s, is a beast of a bike! Early responses warned me saying the bike would pop spokes, break forks and fall apart because of my weight. Facts are, Not So, Not Yet!
It been raining almost every other day here in Dallas, Plus my knee was in bad shape after my street tumble. So my riding is limited, but I feel so good on my Trek what a wonderful bike!
At least you are offsetting your f150's carbon footprint with multiple eco options. lolGotta, love Amazon's quick delivery. My Selle Respiro Seat and Dilwe Zip Case, which looks like a water bottle, but it's storage. Put in 20 miles today and I could not get the battery out of the bike when I got home!
Took it to the shop and they advised me that there is a small screw adjustment underneath the lock mechanism. They just adjusted it there and all is well. My Trek Tech says they got a shipment in from Trek, but most of the bike were already sold.
Here she sits in front of my wife's Tesla Model 3 and my gas sucking, do any and everything, F-150. The moral of the story is everything is going electric, so get on board.
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Cycle shoes that grip are a good idea. Might try pedals with more grip also.Responses are just opinions zipur.
I have been told my trikes would break under my weight too. The Allants seem even stronger. They will be fine.
Tomorrow I am going up to Pittsburgh to try a pair of cycle shoes. Fake leg just won't stay on the pedal.
Its gonna be a great summer.