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  1. Willywonka

    Bike Fit

    Daniel Bain @ Onebody is amazing and very knowledgeable, highly recommended
  2. Cheers all, it’s the 935 for me given it’s a smaller and lighter unit, battery life listed on the 935 for me is a winner. Looked at a Fenix 5 yesterday and yep too big and chunky to race with. Had not thought about it getting caught on my wetsuit...
  3. I am up for a new Garmin as my 920XT is on the way out, JB has a Fenix 5 for $449 which is the same price as the 935 at Rebel. Does or has anyone used the Fenix 5 for a triathlon or would recommend one over the other?
  4. Yes, no adaptors required which is why I went down that path, as I was advised that bb to avoid bb creaking, it spins very smoothly and forever compared to a new wheels mfg I have on another bike which I am also happy with too.
  5. I have a Kogel ceramic on my cervelo running Shimano runs forever, but about $300. https://www.kogel.cc/collections/ceramic-bottom-brackets/products/bbright-24-red-edition
  6. Thanks for your assistance, looks like the conti gp are the way to go.
  7. I have recently purchased a pair of Reynolds Carbon Strike SLG carbon clinchers, rims can be used as tubeless also. I have found it a challenge to fit both Conti Grand Prix 4000 23mm and S-Works Gription 24mm (which I use on my training rims), includes snapping tyre levers.. Currently I have a pair of Mavic Yksion Elite Guard which took some effort but are on, but as I flatted recently by a nail puncturing the tyre, I need to replace the tyre with less than 20km on it. Issue is that given all options so far have proved difficult to fit, are there better tyre options for these Reynolds rims or are these rims just going to be difficult given that they can run tubeless also? Would appreciate any guidance on different tyre options.
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