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“Dave Lieberman – Designer of Cool Things”. – http://liebobicycles.com
Liebo Bicycles Feature Video
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In this video, JOM Of the Gravel Cyclist is joined by Dave Lieberman of Liebo Bicycles for a look at his traditional steel road bike that features many modern touches.
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2 comments on “Liebo Bicycles: Traditional Steel with Modern Touches”
Just read your review on gravelmud! I am a bit of a gravel newbie. We went out to Guthrie area for a ride in no fear of “ a little” mud. I had terraspeeds on which didn’t shred near as good as my friends *Cinturato Gravel M. I also broke my derailer clean off! Lucky it was just a Claris. The mud was so bad we could even walk our bikes! Any tips would be appreciated to avoid broken derailers and how to make it three stuff like this. I have mid south 100 and I think it had similar conditions
Hi Alan, what has worked for me, but luck may have something to do with it. Frame and fork with big tyre clearance (50mm at least I like to have), and the tyre that has worked for me in that area, the Panaracer Gravelking Mud (they may have changed its name). I call that the Teflon tyre. I rode my Lynskey PRO GR with that tyre at the mud edition of Mid South aka Land Run 100 at that time, and had no problems, barring me freezing in the 39F rain, and ultimately abandoning half-way in Guthrie.
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