Probably a bike co-op volunteer...look for that gooey yellow axle grease.Ehrmahgherdddddd
So who ever? did this I just stripped down a claud butler and the Montana unicrown suspension fork needed to be removed as naturally it had seized... Wierdly it had a few sets of headset cups in it..... 1 inch cups sat in a 1-1/8 set of cups to accomodate a 1inch fork...... They weren't even...www.retrobike.co.uk
11 days??? NopeHoly crapimoly. This is hardcore
Leah Goldstein, at 52, is the first woman to win the Race Across America in the cycling race’s 38 year history. She completed the nearly 5,000 km race in just over 11 days.www.ctvnews.ca
Everyone says Kansas is the hardest part of the route because of the winds on the plains. Worse than the mountains'“The race really doesn't start ‘til Kansas, like you have to get to Kansas,” Goldtein said. “That's the tough part. And then you're already exhausted and tired and you still have another 2000 kilometres to go.”'
'Throughout the race she slept for three hours each night for the majority of the race but near the end she cut her sleep back to just 90 minutes a night.'