Let's see your paincave!

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#390

Great setup, how many banks have you robbed and how do you get away with it?
(asking for a friend :wink: )


#392

nice!


#393

LOL! Well, I have no wife, no kids and presently, no girlfriend, so no big expenses.


#394

Damn some really nice setups. Mine is fairly simple. I am in my shed, using my BBQ as a stand; having a brick as wheel support and training on a dumb trainer :slight_smile:

If i need a fan, i just open the doors :slight_smile:


#395

Love your sense of humor. Had tears in my eyes. :joy:

:+1:


#396

Did you listen to the latest podcast? :crazy_face: Aging athletes need more protein.


#397

I have been playing around with a design for a rolling stand to build but seeing your post inspired me to look into this with a folding shelf bracket. That way it is out of the way when not in use. Thank you. What model bracket did you use?


#398

Seriously look into a stronger fan. Or at least an additional fan. That little one will be ok on your face, but the rest of you will want something soon.


#399
  • Wahoo Kickr (for road and TT bikes)
  • Kreitler Rollers (for track bikes, to be replaced by InsideRide E-Motion rollers in a week or so)
  • iPad Mini 4 projected via screen mirroring and Apple TV
  • Monitor (I prefer it on the floor tilted up so I don’t have to strain my neck to ride)
  • I don’t use speakers, but prefer bluetooth over the ear headphones
  • Giant fan

What could be better? Well, for starters, I’d like a giant 60" monitor! :smile:


#400

Luckily I have a nice temp controlled space I’m set up in, but yeah, a fan addition/upgrade is on the radar.


#401

I used a 12" (30cm) brass hinge. It comes with all 12 screws, however I used six 1 1/2" (~40mm) deck screws to affix the hinge to the wall.

EDIT: The shelf is reinforced with a parachute cord suspension system using screw in eyelets. To keep it from falling down when stowed I used a spring loaded gate latch


#402

Thank you. I am thinking about using a folding shelf system to do something similar.


#403

Can you share the website for that product please?


#404

Could be this one: https://purelycustomfit.com/product/wheel-riser/


#405

Yes, that’s the one: https://purelycustomfit.com/product/wheel-riser/ It cost less than the wahoo climber. https://www.wahoofitness.com/devices/bike-trainers/kickr-climb-indoor-grade-simulator, but you have to get off your bike and adjust it manually. I have a portable electric drill to quickly adjust it.


#406

Dude–it works for you and better to be frugal!


#407

that BMC is beautiful


#408

Thank you! You will probably like my main track racing bike, then :slight_smile:


#409

Holy s#$&, that’s beautiful.


#410

Yes! We need need more track & fixed gear representation here.