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pdw1

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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #15 on: September 20, 2011, 04:44:49 PM »



purposely posted for future reference
« Last Edit: September 20, 2011, 07:13:58 PM by pdw1 »
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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #16 on: September 25, 2011, 08:48:14 PM »

mga idol... do all the bike shop in cebu knows how fit a bike for a certain person??? kung not all unsa na mga bike shop ang mga kamao muhatag ug fitting sa costumer??? ive been trying to read some articles in the internet but sahay di nako kasabot sa mga inenglishan... heheheheh..mas maayo gyud guro kung naay mu guide sa imong fitting sa bike.. frame fitting dali ra but other fitting murag libog nako..hahaha
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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #17 on: September 26, 2011, 10:19:08 AM »

YKK naa bike fit. free na if you buy from them
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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #18 on: September 27, 2011, 09:25:48 PM »

I am referring to road bike as both road and tri bike.

I think its personal preference.

If you want specific then, tri bike.
If you are into road racing, you can easily add/remove aerobars with a road bike.

I have both pero puro mga old school.

If i bike to busay, i use my road bike. Sometimes kung feel nako, mag road bike during training.
During triathlons and trainings, i use my tribike.


Road bike best for tri!


So, boss chon, dili maayo mupalit ug tribike no? heehee

     ;)   ;)    ;) ;)  + 1 ko ani suggestion ni CHONO   :-*   :-*  8) . . .
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don bunot

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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #19 on: September 29, 2011, 11:16:32 AM »

I am referring to road bike as both road and tri bike.

I think its personal preference.

If you want specific then, tri bike.
If you are into road racing, you can easily add/remove aerobars with a road bike.

I have both pero puro mga old school.

If i bike to busay, i use my road bike. Sometimes kung feel nako, mag road bike during training.
During triathlons and trainings, i use my tribike.


Road bike best for tri!


So, boss chon, dili maayo mupalit ug tribike no? heehee

     ;)   ;)    ;) ;)  + 1 ko ani suggestion ni CHONO   :-*   :-*  8) . . .

yads i post imu tt ug roadbike.  ;)
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don

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Re: Entry Level Tri/Road Bike
« Reply #20 on: July 23, 2012, 11:55:54 AM »

saako lang masulti.

kung imu DUWA na TRI kay MINI SPRINT / SPRINT  / OLYMPIC DISTANCE.

 >> ROADBIKE w/ IRO BARS na CLIP ONS


kay short distance raman.

kung imu DUWA apilan na TRI kay XTERRA sytle :

 >> Moutain BIKE w/ GREAT suspension, tubeless tires.

KUNG imu DUWA APILAN kay HALF IRONMAN/ 70.3 or FULL IRONMAN :

 >> TRIATHLON BIKE na, wd full specd AEROBARS. etc, aero bottles. aero HELMET.

hehe.
« Last Edit: July 23, 2012, 11:57:51 AM by don bunot »
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