Rider:
rschlump member offline [12 comments]
Ways to connect: visit my website: http://main.nationalmssociety.org/site/TR?px=1803134&pg=personal&fr_id=22760&et=fYf-vVlZAacPijV3tJZycw
Location:
Ballwin, Missouri
Club Affiliations: Cycle Time Century
League of American Bicyclist
The Bicycling Magazine Love Forum
St. Louis Cycling Club
Road Category: Category 5
Member Since: March 2004 5 Year Distance Chart
2022 Miles Traveled: 0
2022 Rank: currently unranked
Lifetime Odometer: 38,689 miles
Rider Comments:
hey hey!
posted by runningalone39 on 11/14/2007

Sorry, I don't plan on going to the races. I watched the Labor Day weekend races last year.
posted by maschwab on 9/12/2008

It is indeed a small world. I live in Conroe and work in Houston. Other than the long bus ride into town, it's a pretty good arrangement.

If you get down this way, look me up!

posted by Rockhound76 on 1/12/2009

Hi, I noticed your profile on the forums and see your from St Louis. My family is seriously think about moving there this fall(job relocation) and I'm an avid rider and hoping maybe you can tell me how the cycling is there. Thank you, Richard

Glad you like my avator. I saw it on a bike ride and had to take a picture....goofy yes but it does make a good photo

posted by Krypto on 6/14/2010

Hi Rob!

I answered your question about my experience with Velocity wheels here: http://www.brucew.com/blog/2011/07/28/1325 Hope this helps!--Bruce

posted by brucew on 7/28/2011

No I did not ride "Bike the Bay" this year. The week before I rode "Midnight Madness" with my 10 year old grand daughter. Maybe next year we will do both. Glad you enjoyed your stay in our fine ci
posted by Cuthbert on 9/15/2011

Love the great fleet of bikes. Well done!

Ride strong, ride safe.

posted by mebauman on 4/26/2012

Performance is the same product - hard to improve on the best. Check out our website at www.betterhealthin31days.com/nhd. Would love to talk to you. Had our international convention in St. Louis 3 years ago and had a great time. I now ride with granddaughters who are 9 and 6 and they both use Performance and some of the other products.
posted by Shakleeman on 5/6/2012

I see that you fixed your typo on the TIB thread. Enjoy your 2013 cycling season!
posted by Yukonpaul on 1/9/2013

I love that top road bike, where can I get one?
posted by HenryDarcy on 11/20/2013

If you posted them in the forum that is where I found them. They worked great well into the 20 degrees rides with some Specialized merino wool socks
posted by dallasbikr on 4/6/2014

Hey Rob,

Just saw your comment from a couple weeks ago. Things are going slowly this year (bike wise), compared to the last two - a lot due to the weather. Planning on going to the reunion in Sept - a lot of time to get some riding in between now & then.

Maybe we'll run across each other somewhere out on the road.

Dwayne

posted by dwaynet on 4/20/2014
History:

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I started cycling again in 1987 when my wife decided to get a bike for herself and ride it for exercize and fun. I was riding a borrowed MTB for the first few months, I was hooked (again) from my first pedal stroke. I recieved a nice road bike in August that year as a gift. Rode it until the frame broke 13 years and lots of miles later (I'd guess about 35,000 +/- miles based on old log books.). Had a couple close calls along the way, including a nasty bike/car accident where I was T-Boned by a car at an intersection. The accident destroyed my new racing bike that only had about 1000 miles on it. Also got some GREAT use out of my helmet that day!
Still find riding too much fun to think about doing something else. My wife still rides occasonally.
My total "Lifetime" mileage doesn't include any riding from 1987 until 2004 when I started using Bike Journal. 
Bicycles
click to enlarge 1996 Tommasini Sintesi
Road bike
Description:  This is my favorite bike! '96 Tommasini Sintesi w/ Columbus Neuron tubes that I bought in late '97. Originally put together in late 1998 with a Campagnolo Chorus 9 speed group. Re-assembled in the Spring of 2005 with 10 speed '03/'04 components. 2006 Chorus carbon crank added in the early part of 2007.
Currently build - a mix of '03/'04/'06/'07 Campagnolo Chorus; '07 skeleton differential brakes, and hubs, '04 Chorus carbon shifters/brake levers, carbon rear derailleur, Front derailleur, '06 carbon crank, 07 carbon seatpost, Record headset, Custom built 32 hole Chorus wheelset w/Velocity Silver Aerohead rims (off-center rim in the rear, 2X Sapim Laser 2.0-1.5-2.0 spokes front w/alloy nipples, 3X Sapim Laser 2.0-1.5-2.0 non drive side/Sapim Race 2.0-1.8-2.0 drive side w/alloy nipples spokes rear. 3T ARX Team stem in the black stealt color scheme and 3T Ergosum Team carbon handlebar. 130gr Sella Italia SLR TT saddle. Bike weight without pedals is just under 19 pounds (stellar for a steel lugged bike!)


Lifetime Odometer: 14,751.4 miles

Tires:
700 x 25C Continental Grand Prix 4000S Black Chili, front, 1,124 miles
700 x 25C Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II Black Chili, rear, 1,085 miles
Chain:
Campagnolo Record Ultra Narrow 10 speed, 3,110 miles

click to enlarge 2001 Trek 2300 SLR
Road bike
Description:  Custom Parts pick/build (Assembled in January of 2004) - 1998 Campagnolo Chorus 10 Speed group, custom-built Reynolds/Kinlin wheels; Campy Chorus Monoplaner brakes, Oval Concepts carbon stem, & Oval Concepts alloy handlebar, Cane Creek headset; Quattro Assi Carbon (Easton) Seatpost, Sella Italia SL w/cutout Saddle. (It's not your average store-bought Trek 2300, all parts were handpicked and continue to change) I refer to it as my beater bike 'cause I ride it when the weather is bad but it really is a very nice bike.

Lifetime Odometer: 19,331.2 miles

Tires:
700 x 25C Continental Grand Prix 4 Season, front, 571 miles
700 x 25C Continental Grand Prix 4 Season, rear, 571 miles
Chain:
Campagnolo Chorus 10sp Ultra Narrow 10 speed, 2,343 miles

2006 Trek 5200
Road bike
Description:  5200 Trek
Ultegra 10-Speed
Custom Parts build


Lifetime Odometer: 0.0 miles

2008 Schwinn Prologue
Time Trial Road bike
Description:  2008 Schwinn Prologue Time Trial bike {large} (New in August 2008) - Upgraded wheels to Reynolds Alta Aero Comp, stem changed to +17 degree, 4cm pad risers. WheelBuilder AeroJacket disc cover

Lifetime Odometer: 2,736.8 miles

Tires:
700 x 23C Schwalbe Lugano, front, 1,971 miles
700 x 23C Schwalbe Lugano, rear, 1,971 miles
Chain:
KMC X9.93 9 speed, 1,441 miles

click to enlarge 1993 Specialized Stumpjumper
Hardtail XC Mountain bike
Description:  1993 21.5 inch Steel Stumpjumper. Softride Powerstem suspension stem. Upgraded to 9 speed in '04 - Sram shifters/XT derailleurs, LX crank, Avid Tri-Align brakes and levers. Terry Dragonfly saddle. Wheels are '93 LX hubs upgraded to 9 speed with DB spokes - 3X front and rear with the original Specialized rims. (note: not all miles are accounted for in the total.)

Lifetime Odometer: 647.7 miles

Tires:
26 x 1.50 Forte City ST, front, 96 miles
26 x 1.50 Forte City ST, rear, 76 miles
Chain:
Shimano HyperGlide 9-Speed 9 speed, 647 miles

click to enlarge 1992 Canopus Micron
Time Trial Road bike
Description:  Manufacture/model(per decals) - Canopus Micron,
Columbus SL tubes hand brazed in Columbia. Mixed wheel sizes - 700r/650f, curved sloping tt, Profile Aero bar and handlebar, DiaComp brake levers, Shimano 600EX cranks & brakes, Ultegra F. & 105 R. derailleurs, Ultegra shift levers, bottom bracket, & headset, RX100 rear hub, UNI wheel cover, plus other parts mix from my box of spare parts.
Note: model year is a guess.


Lifetime Odometer: 660.6 miles

Tires:
650 x 23C Continental Ultra GatorSkin, front, 35 miles
700 x 25C Continental 3000, rear, 713 miles

click to enlarge 1992 Specialized Allez
Road bike
Description:  '92 Specialized Allez Carbon fiber w/aluminum lugs (58 c/c). Aluminum fork. Shimano 105 7 speed. Pretty much just as it came from Specialized in '92.

Lifetime Odometer: 38.5 miles

click to enlarge 1996 Quattro Assi 7000 Elite
Road bike
Description:  Easton 7000 taperwall tubes (the frame was signed by Bill Lewis of "William Lewis Imports" in 2003), Quattro Assi full carbon fork, American Classic threadless headset, Easton EC70 Zero carbon seat post, Sella Italia 135gr Flite saddle, Easton EA70 110 stem, Easton EA70 Aero handlebar, Campagnolo '03 Alloy Chorus brake/shift levers, '03 front & rear derailleurs, 96 Campagnolo Chorus Monoplaner brakes. Wheels - 2006 Chorus hubs, Mavic Open Pro black 32 hole rims with Wheelsmith XL spokes (2X front; 3X rear) & black alloy spoke nipples. Elite Ciussi Patao Bottle Cages. This bike is not complete and I keep changing things.

Lifetime Odometer: 0.0 miles

click to enlarge other borrowed, loaned, rented
Road bike
Description:  Any bike that I might borrow, rent, or have loaned to me. This includes test rides.

Lifetime Odometer: 197.6 miles

1989 Schwinn Prologue
Road bike
Description:  This was the road bike version, not the time trial funny bike from around that same time period. Bought as NOS in the early 90's. Tange Prestige heat treated tubes in a cool Gray and Black metalic fade paint scheme. Built it up over '92 '93 '94, with closeout Ultegra components. Hit by a car late in '95 on a Century ride with only about 1500 miles on it. Totaled the bike and almost me too.

Lifetime Odometer: 1,540.9 miles

click to enlarge 1987 Trek Elance 400T
Road bike
Description:  Gone but not forgotten - Red and Black Trek Elance 400T Sport touring bike with seamless 531 Reynolds tubes and fastback seatstays. Nice lugs and dropouts with TREK cast into them for a custom look. Almost a complete change of components over the years I had it. The headtube/downtube lug cracked in 2000 and Trek replaced the frame with the 2000 2300 SLR frame and fork.

Lifetime Odometer: 31,000.0 miles
No planned events for 2022

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