Tarck Approved database


#121

basically me at work… i’m now one of the go-to spreadsheet fixers due to being best at google. fuck, i even had to fix something in the scripts section for a coworker and i don’t fuckin’ know what any of that means. i fixed it though.


#122

Shit. I need to update my resume with Excel guru.


#123

[quote=jimmythefly]I added a new sheet called Tarck Down!! Discuss.
The idea is that when Tarck is down we now have a place to talk, rather than going to dentistforums or whatever.

Not sure how it might actually work in practice. Maybe each column is it’s own thread with comments in response added below?

Feel free to delete this sheet if it is shiting up the DB too much.[/quote]

There’s a FB group for which the entire purpose is complaining about tarck being down.


#124

makes me almost want to use the 'book again. almost.


#125

To complain about Tarck being down?


#126

No I dont’ want to complain about it. I just want to talk about bikes on the internet. But not with other people, with you people.


#127

Agree–not quite enough to make me want to endure the Fbook shitshow again though.


#128

There’s the Slack app


#129

Lol at the thought that Google sheets is being used as the tarck chatroom


#130

Am I really dense, or are there no brake lever recs?


#131

Not dense, you’re right. I added two data types (drop levers and flatbar levers) to the brake sheet and an example lever entry.


#132

Not gonna sticky coz someone hated on Cinelli cork.


#133

Oh man, I was wondering why tarck was down all the time. I thought it was just me.

Not worth FBook, though. Sometimes the motivation provided by tarck being down is exactly what my day needed


#134

you’re the reason tarck is down so much
uptime was nearly 100% before you started posting


#135

#136

is there no tarck opinion on crust yet? asking for a friend…


#137

I think tarck is outwardly “meh” but inwardly saying they should have done it themselves first


#138

Minus the quill stem.


#139

At least they appear competent compared to some other small-time bike brands…


#140

FWIW some (most?) of their frames are threadless.

We were talking about Crust at the shop the other day and couldn’t decide if we were supposed to love it or hate it. They’ve got some BFA lookin’ frames but their [color=#f00]design [/color][color=#0c6]aesthetics[/color] make them look like a bunch of idiot clown turd babies.

It’d be interesting to build up one of their low q fat bikes to see what kind of compromises they had to make.