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  1. Built this baby a month or so ago. A really nice ride. Pelago Stavanger steel frame size 56cm Shimano 5800 shifters GRX 11 speed derailleur Raceface 38t narrow wide chainring Tiagra cranks with ultegra bottom bracket TRP spyre mechanical disc brakes Thomson elite seatpost and stem Ritchey VentureMax XL bar SLR X-flow TI boost saddle Deore wheelset Pelago front rack
  2. went to pick up a new bike on a new bike
  3. heyo. my favourite artist just put out their first release. i would describe the music as original. love the feeling this music gives me. so fresh. this deserves to be heard. also, the cover art is suuuuper nice. enjoi! https://133heartbpm.bandcamp.com/
  4. so sad. i don´t come here often and this sucks. condolences. he seemed such a good guy!
  5. Haahaa, I still ride my trusty kona jake 2015 cx bike the most, even though i have a specialized single speed and a kona mountain bike. The jake has seen about 20000 km now, and almost all of the parts have been replaced at least once. This summers highlights cycling-wise are a 5 night bikepacking trip going around the biggest lake (saimaa) in finland and a I managed to do a 200km brevet at the end of august. Some shorter bike packing trips of course. Bike is still the one and only means of transportation for me (and my family). I basically go everywhere by bike and riding makes me so happy. Perfect way to stay in touch with the nature and stay in shape as well. We have 2 year old who loves to travel in the trailer. Cycling has transformed my life. I love the time on the bike. It is meditative af when you ride more than couple of hours in one sitting. Anyway this is sort of a love letter to cycling :) https://ibb.co/V3FwNrb
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEiThj7p9jE
  7. mass production of animals is wrong and dumb. eating meat in excess is unhealthy and stupid. don´t do wrongdumbstupid shit. u have to understand that u have been programmed all your life to think that eating meat is ok. i know because i was in denial for so many years, but finally went full vegan 4 years ago. only thing i regret about that decision is that i did not do it earlier. it is really (sad)funny to see the same arguments here that i used to justify my moral lazyness
  8. Simple. and yeah i am sure that avocado farming pollutes and causes more suffering than the meat industry. Great argument actually. ....hmm btw what do the animals eat and how is that shit is grown?
  9. depends on the quality and quantity of snow. 0-5 cm of light powdery snow is ok for 35mm tires. anything more and/or wet snow calls for a mountain bike with wider tires. studded, of course. the roads i use in the wintertime are pretty well maintained though
  10. biking is so great. i think i like it even more in the wintertime. last year did +8000 km
  11. cheers man. you´re close, that is from the finnish archipelago. full moon setting and mars on the rise, such bliss
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