What would inspire you to do that? Just match your bar widths or swap out the stem if you so desire
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You upload to a pc using the software package joule offers, but then you can upload all your KOMS to strava
That all depends on the width and design of your seat stays. Another thing to consider is how much weight you really want to add to a bike that isn't designed with suspension in mind "narrow tires high psi and no added suspension might not be great on your rims or rear end
You hook this bad boy up to your computer. Not wifi or ant capable as far as I am aware
Negative, you would have seam issues.
Check out the merino wool base layer options.
It really depends on the fit. Sounds medical, if it is, go with the extended sock and not just the calf and shin.
I think almost everyone had their "first best bar" with one cliff bar or another. I feel out of love with cliff bars, after too many too often. I'll still switch it up on multi day trips with some cool mint or coconut delights. I really rely on home made bars lately.
These are too dense for cycling for me.