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    Default my latest scent atmo -

    i made the leap atmo. all other chain lubes no longer matter.
    this stuff is the sinatra of chain lubes. read atmo: XXX



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    talk about small world, i've got a bottle of that currently sitting upside down so the last of it will drain to the cap and be easier to apply--in a few minutes.

    otherwise it's so thick it's like heinz catsup: anticipation....

    yes, the stuff is awesome. my favorite chain lube by far. works the best of what i've tried thus far to get my sram red drivetrain to shut the hell up.
     

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    e-r
    high mileage formula?
    why do you need that?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveP View Post
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    high mileage formula?
    why do you need that?
    go back to gay head and do some hill repeats.
    this stuff is GREAT and i will be sending samples
    to my A list pals and clients atmo.

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    When I see that bottle, I just envision Nigella dabbing it behind her ears...and....
    "make the break"

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    it's supposed to last a long time, but i don't really care about that since i already clean chain & replace lube just about as often as i did with any other brand--usually every week or or more frequently if rain/mud/etc.

    simply, the best thing by far is this stuff just makes the chains purrrrrr.....


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    high mileage formula?
    why do you need that?
     

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    The label alone is awesome.
    Fights begin, finger prints are took, days is lost, bail is made, court dates are ignored, cycle is repeated.

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    the stuff is awesome atmo.

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    Default share the fantasy...love this one always

     

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    Jeebus. WTF?

    Why are we being marketed to like a bunch of debuttantes getting wet over Lanvin? Rapha, boutiques like AC, now this?

    If I found out a riding buddy was using that I'd punch him, just out of principle. Chain lube riffing on a f*cking perfume?! I'd pin his skinny butt to the floor and make him scream "Eddy Merckx."

    You know what a good name for a chain lube would be? "Tchmil" or maybe "Le Blaireau." "Muur du Huy." Hardman shit. Cycling at it's toughest. A challenge.
    A gauntlet thrown down. A stern reminder your bike is a weapon, not a jewel.

    "Chain-L No. 5?" Please, somebody, make it stop.

    Are we not men?

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    heh that looks like Kiehl's for bikes.

    i've been using Rock N Roll lube. $5, chain is silent. =)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim in pc View Post
    Jeebus. WTF?

    Why are we being marketed to like a bunch of debuttantes getting wet over Lanvin? Rapha, boutiques like AC, now this?

    If I found out a riding buddy was using that I'd punch him, just out of principle. Chain lube riffing on a f*cking perfume?! I'd pin his skinny butt to the floor and make him scream "Eddy Merckx."

    You know what a good name for a chain lube would be? "Tchmil" or maybe "Le Blaireau." "Muur du Huy." Hardman shit. Cycling at it's toughest. A challenge.
    A gauntlet thrown down. A stern reminder your bike is a weapon, not a jewel.

    "Chain-L No. 5?" Please, somebody, make it stop.

    Are we not men?
    real men don't use chains...
    "make the break"

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    the stuff is awesome atmo.
    Might have to give this stuff a go since my drivetrain is a touch too talkative for my taste.
    Fights begin, finger prints are took, days is lost, bail is made, court dates are ignored, cycle is repeated.

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    Is it O.K. to use around Latex ?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim in pc View Post
    Jeebus. WTF?

    Why are we being marketed to like a bunch of debuttantes getting wet over Lanvin? Rapha, boutiques like AC, now this?

    If I found out a riding buddy was using that I'd punch him, just out of principle. Chain lube riffing on a f*cking perfume?! I'd pin his skinny butt to the floor and make him scream "Eddy Merckx."

    You know what a good name for a chain lube would be? "Tchmil" or maybe "Le Blaireau." "Muur du Huy." Hardman shit. Cycling at it's toughest. A challenge.
    A gauntlet thrown down. A stern reminder your bike is a weapon, not a jewel.

    "Chain-L No. 5?" Please, somebody, make it stop.

    Are we not men?
    +1.

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    Only whilst foffing and ogling museum quality sci-fi critanium dream bikes. :hahaha:

    Quote Originally Posted by Scheisserad61 View Post
    Is it O.K. to use around Latex ?
     

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    Default "lube em up"

    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    go back to gay head and do some hill repeats.
    this stuff is GREAT and i will be sending samples
    to my A list pals and clients atmo.

    ---back from JB!!


    ronnie :)
     

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    Sounds rite up my ally
    $ ?
    L-

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    Quote Originally Posted by lex View Post
    Sounds rite up my ally
    $ ?
    L-
    atmo XXX

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim in pc View Post
    Jeebus. WTF?

    Why are we being marketed to like a bunch of debuttantes getting wet over Lanvin? Rapha, boutiques like AC, now this?

    If I found out a riding buddy was using that I'd punch him, just out of principle. Chain lube riffing on a f*cking perfume?! I'd pin his skinny butt to the floor and make him scream "Eddy Merckx."

    You know what a good name for a chain lube would be? "Tchmil" or maybe "Le Blaireau." "Muur du Huy." Hardman shit. Cycling at it's toughest. A challenge.
    A gauntlet thrown down. A stern reminder your bike is a weapon, not a jewel.

    "Chain-L No. 5?" Please, somebody, make it stop.

    Are we not men?
    I'm secure enough in my masculinity to use it.

    p.s. They got the “proof of the pudding is in the eating” quote right. That's enough eriudition to sell me, atmo.
    GO!

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