Price Watch ? – Street

Price Watch ? – Street Price Search Engine. Finding the lowest prices on the Internet isn’t easy. Most of the monitoring sites are out of business. The two I use are Pricegrabber for reputable name brand resellers. I also use pricewatch.com to see where the rock bottom is for PC and computer prices. It’s a nice site with arrows and things to show you where pricing is.

Price Watch ? – Street

Price Watch ? – Street Price Search Engine. Finding the lowest prices on the Internet isn’t easy. Most of the monitoring sites are out of business. The two I use are Pricegrabber for reputable name brand resellers. I also use pricewatch.com to see where the rock bottom is for PC and computer prices. It’s a nice site with arrows and things to show you where pricing is.

Price Watch ? – Street

Price Watch ? – Street Price Search Engine. Finding the lowest prices on the Internet isn’t easy. Most of the monitoring sites are out of business. The two I use are Pricegrabber for reputable name brand resellers. I also use pricewatch.com to see where the rock bottom is for PC and computer prices. It’s a nice site with arrows and things to show you where pricing is.

Price Watch ? – Street

Price Watch ? – Street Price Search Engine. Finding the lowest prices on the Internet isn’t easy. Most of the monitoring sites are out of business. The two I use are Pricegrabber for reputable name brand resellers. I also use pricewatch.com to see where the rock bottom is for PC and computer prices. It’s a nice site with arrows and things to show you where pricing is.

Technical The layering system We’ve

Technical The layering system
We’ve all heard about it, but just in case you’re not sure, here’s a quick explanation of what is what and why you need to use it.
The Base Layer sits next to the skin. It draws moisture (sweat) away, keeping the skin dry and warm. The best fabrics to choose are synthetic polyester yarns. Forget cotton right now; it stays wet and heavy and you’ll smell by the end of the day.
The middle layer is the insulating layer. It’s the filling in the wicking system sandwich and allows moisture to escape, but keeps the heat in. Try and keep it lightweight ? Microfleece is a good fabric to choose. Bear in mind during the spring that this layer can sometimes be the top layer too ? so maybe think windproof?
The outer layer is the breathable but weatherproof one. The ideal fabric for your jacket and pants should have a system of microscopic holes in it that are small enough that rain and wind can’t penetrate, but big enough to let the moisture out. If it claims to be waterproof, make sure the seams are taped ? needles make holes.
Some final advice on layering: natural fibres aren’t good for skiing. Especially not those cotton polar-necks everyone used to pose about in. And don’t forget about your hands, feet and head ? keep them warm, too.

ALTREC.COM – Ski Shop: Article

ALTREC.COM – Ski Shop: Article Skis/Snowboard
Bindings
Poles for skiers
Boots
Custom footbeds or Orthotics
Socks
Extra socks for a change at lunch
Long underwear base layer
Ski pants
Gaiters
Synthetic briefs (polypropylene or polyester)
Synthetic base layer top
Fleece Jacket or Vest
Ski jacket with hood
Sunglasses
Goggles (clear lenses for night riding)
No Fog cloth for lenses
Sun hat
Warm hat
Daypack or hydration pack
Water bottle or hydration system
Gloves or mitts
Liner gloves

Cinelli Ram Integrated Bars

Cinelli Cinelli Ram Integrated Bars
Fully produced in carbon fiber, monocoque, rigid, ergonomic, light, resistant, Ram is the latest revolution. The Ram’s main support plan features a wing section with the characteristic drop profile improving the hand grippping. Its sinuous shape has not only been due to the aesthetic sense but also to ergonomics: the front V allows for grasping Ram when leading on the slopes or in spurts. With its side high hand position, this handlebar has been expressely conceived to accompany perfectly the thumb and the palm in their grasping. The passage of the cables is inside and the handle configuration and inclination allow a good approach to the brake levers. The fork tube closure is in aluminum (inserted clutch) to assure a tight and safe clamping. The Ram is a very sophisticated product combining ergonomics, lightness and comfort, with competitive spirit.
100/40, 110/40, 110/42, 120/42,
130/42, 130/44 and 140/44
320 grams
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Ritchey Bicycle Components Stem torquesStem

Ritchey Bicycle Components Stem torquesStem Torque Specs and bolt pattern on Stems:

These are Maximums only.

1. The two steerer clamp bolts DO NOT exceed 150kg-cm (130lbs-in.) torque. For carbon Steerers, DO NOT exceed 90KG+cm (78lbs-in).

2. The four front cap bolts: Tighten the top two bolts first, so that the face plate touches the stem and then torque down the bottom two bolts. This spreads the force down the clamp and not through the middle. DO NOT exceed 90kg-cm (78lbs-in.) torque.

*130 lbs-in = 10.8 Foot-Pounds = 14.7 Meter-Newton’s
*78 lbs-in = 6.5 Foot-Pounds = 8.8 Meter-Newton’s
** Pro stems are 10% lower