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How to Be Happy with the Bike You’ve Got… and Refrain from Purchasing yet another Wheelset…

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On the question of the wheels, you got me, folks. I have no freaking clue.

Good luck – and if you figure it out, please leave a comment… I would love to know.

As the bikes go, get a good set of wheels, a mediocre set, and a cheap rear wheel. Then, an A bike and a rain bike. Dress your A bike up till you get to a point where the thought of dressing up a new bike is worse than letting your current bike go…

Bob’s your uncle.

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11 Comments

  1. OmniRunner says:

    You sound like a fellow running blogger who seems to buy another pair of running shoes almost every month it seems. Always looking for that perfect pair.

  2. The Omil says:

    … but where would we all be without the hope that the next upgrade will turn out to be the elusive silver bullet?

  3. windswept007 says:

    Life is simple, I don’t have the money for new bikes 🙂

  4. I’d like tp add a shallower front wheel to my collection – something around 35 to 40mm – for when the wind is howling but I still want to ride the aero bike. The Roval 60’s handle crosswinds pretty well with their modern design, but can still be sketchy when it’s really gusting. But hey, gotta be happy with what you’ve got! 🙂

  5. Tony says:

    My understanding of the ideal number of bicycles a person should have is N + 1. With N being the number he currently owns.

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