"The Cheese Trail is rideable, but the gravel is deep, loose and much more chunky than a typical rail trail. I wouldn't suggest it with kids, or on anything less than 2" tires. The roads that bipass the Cheese Trail are super scenic though,…"
Inspired by BQ, a couple of us in Madison are hosting an Unmeeting this summer. Chicago folks should come up for all the camping, hills, and gravel you can get in a weekend. Mark you calendars - Wisconsin iBOB Unmeeting - happening July 13-15. Here's a rough itinerary: Friday: Gather in Madison, geek out for a bit, and then ride about 45 miles to Governor Dodge State…See More
I'm a journalism grad student at Northwestern, and I'm writing an article on the Divvy bikes. I noticed you'd commented on one of the Divvy threads. Do you mind if I ask you some questions for my article? I've included a couple Qs below. My deadline is at 4:00, sorry for the late notice! Please let me know if you'd be able to help, I would so appreciate it!
- How much do you use Divvy? How much do you use your other bikes? - What have your Divvy experiences been like? - Do you bike during the winter? Will you Divvy during the winter?
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Once again-- thanks so much!
I have one set of Superbe Hubs. They are currently laced into some Mavic GEL280 sew-up wheels. No superbe shifters. I do have one set of Superbe-Pro track pedals NIB (never been on a bike... or even out of the box except to take some photos). I'm the original owner. Now those are definitely a diamond in the rough. $100 if you want 'em.