Let's see your paincave!

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#126

Obviously some of these guys are not married.


#127

Just the basics…my old Trek sitting on a Kickr Snap.


#128

My better part is very supportive, when it comes to my fitness-room. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#129

Dude, how do you deal with that WTB saddle and drop bars? Is it safe to assume you do more indoor rides on the tops and such? Seems that there would be a bit too much pressure where you don’t want it if you were leaned forward in a traditional roadie af position…


#130

I spend most of the time on the hoods but I find it pretty comfortable in other positions as well.


#131

Looks great man!


#132

What kind of table are you using there?


#133

The lime with caffeine tablets. I believe it’s the energy line.


#134

Joined TR this evening. Got Zwift and TR working together. Looking forward to the winter :grin:


#135

You feelin’ lucky?!?


#136

I found it at a local university surplus sale. It’s an old standing desk. I picked it up for $5. It was the perfect height for my application.


#137

Many a happy hour spent in the pain cave!


#138

That is a stellar setup!
I really like how you have used the top drawer of the toolbox for the laptop. I’m stuck in our old shed, but it gets the job done so I can’t really complain.


#139

Vasa!


#140

I get most of the basement to myself


#141

If I put as much effort into riding my bike as I did to set this up I might actually be a good cyclist!!


#142

It ain’t pretty, but it’s a place to suffer not to relax​:nauseated_face: :face_vomiting:


#143

…just moved to our new house @Hufeisensiedlung.
Less lofty, more like a pain-cave.
Ventilator will fix that…

Greetings from berlin, arne


#144

That looks like a pain prison.


#145

Needz moar fan! :stuck_out_tongue: