Postby Funkymonk » Sat Jun 09, 2007 10:21 am
TWE rims , Greg at TWE has been more than forthcomming on info and details on his hand built rims .
He has factored in everything before coming back to me with a rim second to none .
Will post up some pic's when they arrive
Thanx to everyone for their input , I hope Greg can help you all out with your rims .
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Gishalo wrote:Its something women do not understand.
Just one of many things IMHO.
Having a wife who does not really understand the cycling bug (oh, she makes all the right noises, but I know she thinks I'm a kangaroo short in the top paddock for riding distances she won't drive) can make life hard when you're trying to explain that a HRM is a MANDATORY piece of equipment for riding. And one set of wheels/tyres is never enough, let alone one bike (let's see, I need a roadie, MTB for fun in the mud, a commuter/trainer so I don't wear the roadie out, at least two sets of tyres for each, and possibly more for the roadie, plus additional wheels).
Gosh, no wonder she thinks I'm nuts.
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Kev365428 wrote:Gishalo wrote:Its something women do not understand.
Just one of many things IMHO.
Hmmm...I'm a wife...and my husband and I have 3 bikes each...and mine cost more...and I have more gear...and I ride more kms...hmmm...can we all agree that SOME PARTNERS just don't understand Please no generalising
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moosterbounce wrote:Hmmm...I'm a wife...and my husband and I have 3 bikes each...and mine cost more...and I have more gear...and I ride more kms...hmmm...can we all agree that SOME PARTNERS just don't understand Please no generalising
When he divorces you, don't forget that some of us ancient 'unmarriagables' understand your carbon fetish
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The idea of a custom set of wheels certainly interests me, but for browsing i just wish the info was a bit more accessible.
Without doubt there is a simple and reasonable explanation for this, which is why i query
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Never thought much about custom wheels before, always bought off the shelf, 'spose it's more a roadie thing...
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