liveforphysics wrote:Etard- This is on you to win for us buddy. I'm out. I geared up and went for a rip on the streets here around work in the rain, and my bike is just setup extremely poorly for rain. I can't get enough braking traction to get it to shift it's weight onto the front tire (and no rear brake) so it just wants to wash out like a mofo. I could spin the tire and make it fishtail with 1/8th throttle at 50mph... Felt like driving a top-fuel dragster with roller-skates installed instead of tires. I would need to de-tune a 40hp decrease out of her to be able to road race her effectively, and then it's still not going to brake well and be a heavy wet pig.
I'm sorry I won't be joining you guys, I hope it goes awesome and an electric dominates like usual.
etard wrote:I wrecked it twice, picked it up, straightened the bars and off I went again.
Thud wrote:Neil, Bardco's bike looks awsome. I see he has taken some set up que's from a certain bike that was in Touscon HAHA. (Baird builds a good looking bike anyway)
uhhg. that was a brand new shimano (low range hub) in that thing....had less than an hour of riding on it i think????? that doesn't bode well for a freehub.
etard wrote:Baird's bike was cool, and very similar to mine, I would have to say that it looked better too.
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