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Back on the 29

05 Oct
New Sram shifters and derailleur in place (love them!!). Now, just gotta get the width of the bars dialed.

I definitely was playing with my in and out hand position. When I had my hands resting on the shifter in a comfortable braking position, I felt like I was going to pitch over the front of the bike and the whole front end felt really twitchy. When I moved them to the end of the bars, I was afraid that I was going to smack a tree in some of the narrower sections of trail.

I think, all in all, that shifters/brake levers need to go out about 1/2″ further and it’ll be very close.

Have I ever said just how much I love this bike?

THANK YOU EPHRAIM and ROCKY MOUNTAIN!!!

Activity
Route: Elev. Avg: 9299 ft
Location: Telluride, CO, Elev. Gain: +10 ft
Date: 10/05/10 Up/Downhill: [+3018/-3008]
Time: 02:40 PM Difficulty: 4.6 / 5.0
 
Weather: Mostly Cloudy
  60 F temp; 37% humidity
  60 F heat index; winds WSW 4 mph
Performance
Distance: 10.50 miles
Time: 0:57:30
Speed: 11.0 mph
Pace: 5' 27 /mi
Calories: 448
Map

 
Elevation (ft)

 
Speed (mph)

 
Splits
Mile Pace (min/mile) Speed (mph) Elevation
Gain
actual +/- avg actual +/- avg
1 4' 33 -0' 54 13.2 +2.2 -180 ft
2 4' 22 -1' 05 13.7 +2.7 -278 ft
3 7' 02 +1' 34 8.5 -2.5 +86 ft
4 6' 05 +0' 37 9.8 -1.2 -17 ft
5 5' 14 -0' 13 11.4 +0.4 -4 ft
6 16' 18 +10' 50 3.7 -7.3 -154 ft
7 5' 55 +0' 27 10.1 -0.9 -134 ft
8 5' 42 +0' 14 10.5 -0.5 -345 ft
9 4' 48 -0' 39 12.5 +1.5 -364 ft
10 4' 33 -0' 54 13.2 +2.2 -209 ft
end 4' 37 -0' 50 13.0 +2.0 -181 ft
Versus average of 11.0 mph

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