Shop: Halter's Cycles
This is the only Fault i can find with the ENO. I am not sure that a sliding dropout will move forward enough to allow for one full less link. One link is almost an inch.
well, when you ride with me, you will all be saved b/c i carry one of just about everything. that's the joy of being 230. extra ounces don't count. in my camel back i have:
tube patch kit (just in case i blow out the spare...right heythorp!)
ten yards of twine
zip ties (9" & 11")
GPS (on the bars)
two things of tylenol. probably expired.
soon to be added:
"throw away" cell phone
chain stuff...b/c it is just a matter of time with me
i'll have to look b/c i'm pretty sure i'm missing a few things.
Yes, but even with all of that, it is I who carries almost nothing that lent you tube.
MIght want to get rid of everything and add:
i had the same type of epiphany when j was telling his tale.
always carry a tube, powerbar, some sorta gel , multi tool, tire levers and 2 CO2 cartriges
Now I will carry a chaintool, and some links. I think ill need some patches also.
i have found a nice pouch to fit it all in my jersey pocket. Debating if i should ditch the camelback and ride w/two water bottles. Good idea? bad idea?
there was this conversation a few months ago, i ended up ditching the pack but only because the weather cooled down, as it heats up and rides are longer, goiong to need water in the pack and a bottle of heed.
i have evreything in a small saddle pack. would like to know more about this pouch you speak of for your jersey pocket