Date   
Used Fat Bike

Dale Parsons
 

Hello Group,

A good friend of mine is looking to buy a used Fat Bike, size large.

I'm not sure exactly what he's looking to spend, but he did say he likes the Trek Farley 5, but doesn't want to pay $1800.

If anyone is selling, let me know.  

Dale Parsons
847-530-1146

Barrington public input session Jan 21

David Holtermann
 

Good morning -

I think Catherine McCord posted about this a few weeks ago, but please don't forget the Village of Barrington public input session regarding cycling and pedestrian issues. This meeting will inform the village government's planning for the next decade regarding access for people like us who ride on village roads and paths.

The meeting is 7pm tomorrow (Tuesday) at the village hall. If you have ideas, comments, or just want to observe the process please come to the meeting. A notice with more details is attached.

Thank you,
David Holtermann

Re: ROUVY handles

Mike McGehee (PBM)
 

Joe,

 

Some of the videos can be jumpy from time to time.

 

However, there are minimum (and recommended) system requirements for Rouvy and Zwift.

 

In my experience the minimum requirements will not provide a smooth experience and to me are barely functional. Frankly I find if you exceed the recommended requirements you will have a great experience.

 

Even If you downloaded the Rouvy course it is still contacting the internet for other riders etc. if you are streaming Wifi try hardwiring if using a device that will allow.

 

Zwift seems to be a lot more forgiving as it is more gamelike in its approach and is designed as such (additionallyte requirements are also lower). Whereas Rouvy are actual videos and run much better with a nice graphics card. I have not yet tried to run Rouvy on my I-Pad as I’m currently running it on a gaming laptop which I generally hardwire as my WiFi is sometimes flaky in the pain cave.

 

Feel free to reach out to me if you have any further questions.

 

Regards,

Mike

 

From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> On Behalf Of Stuff911
Sent: Saturday, January 18, 2020 3:30 PM
To: Mike McGehee (PBM) <fpb-triathlon@...>; BBC-Bike@groups.io
Subject: Re: [BBC-Bike] ROUVY handles

 

Mike,

I've used it only once ... great concept but the AR video was jumpy despite having downloaded the route first.  Going to give it another shot though.  User name is ridinrouvy.

 

Joe

 

On January 14, 2020 at 8:21 PM "Mike McGehee (PBM)" <fpb-triathlon@...> wrote:

All,

 

Welcome to a new year, just checking to see who is on Rouvy.

 

I’m willing to collect each person’s handle, and send out to anyone who is interested.

 

You can either plan to ride a course or race with someone (like Anna and I have done in the past) OR race / ride virtually against any other member who has ridden a specific course.

 

My handle is “fpbpbm”.

 

Regards,

Mike McGehee (aka PBM)


 

Re: ROUVY handles

Stuff911
 

Mike,
I've used it only once ... great concept but the AR video was jumpy despite having downloaded the route first.  Going to give it another shot though.  User name is ridinrouvy.

Joe

On January 14, 2020 at 8:21 PM "Mike McGehee (PBM)" <fpb-triathlon@...> wrote:

All,

 

Welcome to a new year, just checking to see who is on Rouvy.

 

I’m willing to collect each person’s handle, and send out to anyone who is interested.

 

You can either plan to ride a course or race with someone (like Anna and I have done in the past) OR race / ride virtually against any other member who has ridden a specific course.

 

My handle is “fpbpbm”.

 

Regards,

Mike McGehee (aka PBM)


 

Re: Danny MacAskill's Gymnasium

steveojano
 

All that, without being clipped in!


On Wed, Jan 15, 2020, 9:21 PM Mark Poynor via Groups.Io <Keymaster58=me.com@groups.io> wrote:
Who thought you could take your bike to the gym ? Hmmmm 🥴


https://youtu.be/fAEBNEscL0c



Mark :-)



Re: Danny MacAskill's Gymnasium

John Guido
 

Sweet.

On Jan 15, 2020, at 9:21 PM, Mark Poynor via Groups.Io <Keymaster58=me.com@groups.io> wrote:

Who thought you could take your bike to the gym ? Hmmmm 🥴


https://youtu.be/fAEBNEscL0c



Mark :-)


Danny MacAskill's Gymnasium

Mark Poynor
 

Who thought you could take your bike to the gym ? Hmmmm 🥴


https://youtu.be/fAEBNEscL0c



Mark :-)

Re: ROUVY handles

Anna Swiet
 

I'm 'sweetrider' on Rouvy.

Anna 


On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 08:21:54 PM CST, Mike McGehee (PBM) <fpb-triathlon@...> wrote:


All,

 

Welcome to a new year, just checking to see who is on Rouvy.

 

I’m willing to collect each person’s handle, and send out to anyone who is interested.

 

You can either plan to ride a course or race with someone (like Anna and I have done in the past) OR race / ride virtually against any other member who has ridden a specific course.

 

My handle is “fpbpbm”.

 

Regards,

Mike McGehee (aka PBM)

ROUVY handles

Mike McGehee (PBM)
 

All,

 

Welcome to a new year, just checking to see who is on Rouvy.

 

I’m willing to collect each person’s handle, and send out to anyone who is interested.

 

You can either plan to ride a course or race with someone (like Anna and I have done in the past) OR race / ride virtually against any other member who has ridden a specific course.

 

My handle is “fpbpbm”.

 

Regards,

Mike McGehee (aka PBM)

Go Green Barrington News January 2020

Catherine McCord
 

Note planning  meeting including bicycling issues And Comprehensive Plan.   

  • Bike Planning: Jan.21, 7 p.m., Barrington Village Hall. This meeting will focus on bicycle and pedestrain issues relating to the Comprehensive Plan. 

Catherine

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Re: Need advice on casette

tinasmith7934
 

Hi Vijay,
Make sure you let Village know you're a BBC member so you can get your club discount.
Take care. Keep training hard!  Spring is almost here:-)
Tina 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 5:56 PM, Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io
<chicagovijay@...> wrote:
Yup, planning to talk to Village Cyclesport about my options.

Thanks for all the info, learnt quite a bit today..

Vijay

On Jan 11, 2020, at 4:59 PM, David Bergen <davidb@...> wrote:



Another item to consider…Your rear derailleur may not accept a larger cassette. I had to change my Dura-Ace 10 speed derailleur on my old bike to a newer one in order for it to handle an 11-28. Plus you might have to get a longer chain. I would check with your LBS for advice.  You should be good with an 11-28 for this area

 

 

 

David Bergen

 

From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Saporta via Groups.Io
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2020 3:05 PM
To: Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...>
Cc: BBC-Bike@groups.io
Subject: Re: [BBC-Bike] Need advice on casette

 

Ok, so you're already running a compact set up-front and 12-25 is not considered an "aggressive" cassette in the back.  You can obviously always use the 34 tooth inner ring for hills, etc. which is a pretty small ring.  The issue is that you are on a 10 speed drivetrain (chain, rear derailleur, shifters, cassette...).  Going to a 12-32 with only 10 cogs is going to give you some large gear jumps in the bigger cogs which can be annoying. And really, you probably will never need a 34-32 gear ratio on a road bike in the real world.

 

That all said, you are using it on a trainer which can feel different than on the road.  More importantly, you should do whatever you want!  There is no "right" or "wrong" here.

 

Lastly, it's possible you also could have a calibration issue with your trainer (or improper tire pressure) if it is difficult to keep your cadence up in the small ring.  Not sure what trainer you're using and if it requires routine calibration or requires a rear wheel.

 

 

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 2:42 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...> wrote:

It’s 50/34

 

Vijay



On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:



What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi all,

 

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

 

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

 

Thanks,

 

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

Vijay Nuthulapaty
 

Yup, planning to talk to Village Cyclesport about my options.

Thanks for all the info, learnt quite a bit today..

Vijay

On Jan 11, 2020, at 4:59 PM, David Bergen <davidb@...> wrote:



Another item to consider…Your rear derailleur may not accept a larger cassette. I had to change my Dura-Ace 10 speed derailleur on my old bike to a newer one in order for it to handle an 11-28. Plus you might have to get a longer chain. I would check with your LBS for advice.  You should be good with an 11-28 for this area

 

 

 

David Bergen

 

From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Saporta via Groups.Io
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2020 3:05 PM
To: Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...>
Cc: BBC-Bike@groups.io
Subject: Re: [BBC-Bike] Need advice on casette

 

Ok, so you're already running a compact set up-front and 12-25 is not considered an "aggressive" cassette in the back.  You can obviously always use the 34 tooth inner ring for hills, etc. which is a pretty small ring.  The issue is that you are on a 10 speed drivetrain (chain, rear derailleur, shifters, cassette...).  Going to a 12-32 with only 10 cogs is going to give you some large gear jumps in the bigger cogs which can be annoying. And really, you probably will never need a 34-32 gear ratio on a road bike in the real world.

 

That all said, you are using it on a trainer which can feel different than on the road.  More importantly, you should do whatever you want!  There is no "right" or "wrong" here.

 

Lastly, it's possible you also could have a calibration issue with your trainer (or improper tire pressure) if it is difficult to keep your cadence up in the small ring.  Not sure what trainer you're using and if it requires routine calibration or requires a rear wheel.

 

 

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 2:42 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...> wrote:

It’s 50/34

 

Vijay



On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:



What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi all,

 

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

 

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

 

Thanks,

 

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

David Bergen
 

Another item to consider…Your rear derailleur may not accept a larger cassette. I had to change my Dura-Ace 10 speed derailleur on my old bike to a newer one in order for it to handle an 11-28. Plus you might have to get a longer chain. I would check with your LBS for advice.  You should be good with an 11-28 for this area

 

 

 

David Bergen

 

From: BBC-Bike@groups.io <BBC-Bike@groups.io> On Behalf Of David Saporta via Groups.Io
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2020 3:05 PM
To: Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...>
Cc: BBC-Bike@groups.io
Subject: Re: [BBC-Bike] Need advice on casette

 

Ok, so you're already running a compact set up-front and 12-25 is not considered an "aggressive" cassette in the back.  You can obviously always use the 34 tooth inner ring for hills, etc. which is a pretty small ring.  The issue is that you are on a 10 speed drivetrain (chain, rear derailleur, shifters, cassette...).  Going to a 12-32 with only 10 cogs is going to give you some large gear jumps in the bigger cogs which can be annoying. And really, you probably will never need a 34-32 gear ratio on a road bike in the real world.

 

That all said, you are using it on a trainer which can feel different than on the road.  More importantly, you should do whatever you want!  There is no "right" or "wrong" here.

 

Lastly, it's possible you also could have a calibration issue with your trainer (or improper tire pressure) if it is difficult to keep your cadence up in the small ring.  Not sure what trainer you're using and if it requires routine calibration or requires a rear wheel.

 

 

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 2:42 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...> wrote:

It’s 50/34

 

Vijay



On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:



What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

 

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi all,

 

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

 

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

 

Thanks,

 

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

Ryan Aydelott
 

You can always adjust trainer percentage, it’s basically a virtual cassette :  https://zwiftinsider.com/using-the-trainer-difficulty-setting-in-zwift/


On Jan 11, 2020, at 1:15 PM, Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay@...> wrote:


Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

Ruben Medina
 

Forgive me if we are becoming too many cooks in the kitchen but...

In most cases you can achieve the same watts, or power or speed, by using your 34 and a smaller cog, or your 50 and a bigger cog on the cassette.

At the same level of watts/power/speed; your cadence (rpm's) will be higher with the smaller chainring and lower with the big chainring.

Maybe that will solve your issue. It sounds like you are trying to hit a cadence target while climbing.

Ruben

 

On Saturday, January 11, 2020, 03:05:07 PM CST, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:


Ok, so you're already running a compact set up-front and 12-25 is not considered an "aggressive" cassette in the back.  You can obviously always use the 34 tooth inner ring for hills, etc. which is a pretty small ring.  The issue is that you are on a 10 speed drivetrain (chain, rear derailleur, shifters, cassette...).  Going to a 12-32 with only 10 cogs is going to give you some large gear jumps in the bigger cogs which can be annoying. And really, you probably will never need a 34-32 gear ratio on a road bike in the real world.

That all said, you are using it on a trainer which can feel different than on the road.  More importantly, you should do whatever you want!  There is no "right" or "wrong" here.

Lastly, it's possible you also could have a calibration issue with your trainer (or improper tire pressure) if it is difficult to keep your cadence up in the small ring.  Not sure what trainer you're using and if it requires routine calibration or requires a rear wheel.



On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 2:42 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...> wrote:
It’s 50/34

Vijay

On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:


What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

David Saporta
 

Ok, so you're already running a compact set up-front and 12-25 is not considered an "aggressive" cassette in the back.  You can obviously always use the 34 tooth inner ring for hills, etc. which is a pretty small ring.  The issue is that you are on a 10 speed drivetrain (chain, rear derailleur, shifters, cassette...).  Going to a 12-32 with only 10 cogs is going to give you some large gear jumps in the bigger cogs which can be annoying. And really, you probably will never need a 34-32 gear ratio on a road bike in the real world.

That all said, you are using it on a trainer which can feel different than on the road.  More importantly, you should do whatever you want!  There is no "right" or "wrong" here.

Lastly, it's possible you also could have a calibration issue with your trainer (or improper tire pressure) if it is difficult to keep your cadence up in the small ring.  Not sure what trainer you're using and if it requires routine calibration or requires a rear wheel.



On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 2:42 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty <chicagovijay@...> wrote:
It’s 50/34

Vijay

On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:


What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

Vijay Nuthulapaty
 

It’s 50/34

Vijay

On Jan 11, 2020, at 2:17 PM, David Saporta <djsaporta@...> wrote:


What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?

On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

David Saporta
 

What chainring size(s) are you running up-front?


On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io <chicagovijay=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

John Guido
 

Consider compact chainrings too, if you don’t already have them. 


On Jan 11, 2020, at 1:16 PM, Anna Swiet via Groups.Io <annaswiet@...> wrote:

No reason to torture yourself, get the 32


On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM, Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay

Re: Need advice on casette

Anna Swiet
 

No reason to torture yourself, get the 32


On Sat, Jan 11, 2020 at 1:15 PM, Vijay Nuthulapaty via Groups.Io
<chicagovijay@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I am back on zwift trying to get in shape for the outdoor season. I currently have a 12/25 10-speed cassette (SRAM) and I feel like it might be too aggressive for me. I am working on keeping my cadence up, and when I hit some of the hills I am unable to keep up my cadence without having to put up higher power numbers.

Looking for any advice on if changing to something like a 12/32 would help or if I should keep this and train around it.

Thanks,

Vijay