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Cycling not particularly dangerous by Zebee Johnstone
In alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent on Fri, 13 Jun 2008 06:14:51 -0500 Jon wrote: In this case, I really am interested in why people,...
June 13th 08 03:12 PM
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MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE by AISHWARYA
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June 10th 08 11:26 AM
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Cycling not particularly dangerous by Zebee Johnstone
In alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent on Mon, 9 Jun 2008 09:44:30 -0500 Wilson wrote: I'm not telling you not to cycle on the road, I'm...
June 9th 08 08:23 PM
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New to Recumbents by DJM
Hi All, I have just bought a second hand 'HotMover' recumbent trike and would like to hear from anyone who has anything, + or -, to say about them. Kind...
June 8th 08 06:52 PM
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Where did everybody go? by Carl Ranford
Is there a troll-free, moderated space that discusses recumbents that has emerged in the past couple of years that I've overlooked?
May 27th 08 03:05 AM
by Edward Dolan Go to last post
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Provence Tour: Technical Glitches but Proof of Concept by Artemisia
Back since Friday from touring Provence on my recumbent trike, Widdershins. Here's a non-exhaustive performance account. I was able to prove that Widdershins,...
May 18th 08 02:36 AM
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ryan recumbent history by ryancycles
A bit of Ryan Recumbent customer history Bob Reed was Trek's head engineer, he developed Trek's OCLV frames. Bob helped me with some surplus suspension parts...
May 13th 08 06:05 PM
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cost to build bikes by ryancycles
Just to give people a rough idea of the costs involved in building bikes. It's been quite a few years, but if I remember correctly the total cost of parts and...
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May 13th 08 02:00 AM
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How Do They Stay in Business? by stratrider
Within the last 10 years, we have seen big boys like BikeE, Vision, and Burley ultimately fail to stay afloat with recumbents. Within the same period, we have...
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May 9th 08 09:40 PM
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SPD Agony! by Tom Sherman[_2_]
Mark T wrote: Artemisia writtificated Is this normal? Is it something "you just get used to"? Sounds like the shoes are too small. I would divert...
May 9th 08 05:36 PM
by Edward Dolan Go to last post
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Horn Blowing = Lion's Roar? by ComandanteBanana
(This comment interprets horn blowing. My own interpretation is found below.) Horn Blowing: Interpreting the Message. If someone honks a horn at you, the...
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May 5th 08 02:53 PM
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If I were to promote the benefits of biking, I'd put a lady by ComandanteBanana
If I were to promote the benefits of biking, I'd put a lady like this to ride around town... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX6MtWRGW3M&feature=related No...
May 4th 08 08:07 PM
by Gunner Asch[_2_] Go to last post
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why are there no fenders? by Jon Bendtsen
Why do recumbent manufactures always show their recumbent bikes without fenders? Most other bikes are shown and sold with fenders. JonB
May 4th 08 06:40 PM
by Peter Clinch Go to last post
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Riding at night: a strategy for survival? by ComandanteBanana
Nothing new about it: The little furry mammals developed that strategy to survive among the dinosaurs (which is why we are here)... Anyway, now my next door...
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May 4th 08 04:17 PM
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Can Disk Brakes flip you over the handle bars? by Tom Sherman[_2_]
aka Mike Schwab wrote: On Apr 30, 10:49 pm, TBerk wrote: Obviously I would assume they could if you clamp...
May 3rd 08 03:00 AM
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Can Disk Brakes flip you over the handle bars? by Tom Sherman[_2_]
Doug Cimper wrote: wrote: I think you should read the FAQ item first at: ...
May 2nd 08 01:01 PM
by Tom Sherman[_2_] Go to last post
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Can Disk Brakes flip you over the handle bars? by Tom Sherman[_2_]
landotter wrote: On Apr 30, 10:49 pm, TBerk wrote: Obviously I would assume they could if you clamp down fast enough. Yes, if...
May 2nd 08 06:09 AM
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Where the cyclists in America belong: back alleys, gutters andsidewalks by ComandanteBanana
Just Saturday morning I was almost attacked for doing the right thing on the Causeway to Hell (the name is due to the many incidents I had there, this being...
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April 30th 08 05:15 AM
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Chain idler efficiency - roller vs. toothed by Tom Sherman[_2_]
TandemFan wrote: We have a R Screamer tandem and there are a few idler rollers for the chain. An outfit sells toothed idlers for about $250: ...
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April 29th 08 12:23 PM
by Jon[_2_] Go to last post
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It's like a jungle out there for bike riders by ComandanteBanana
"The bicyclist is under attack from all directions - the streets are ragged, the air is poison, and the drivers are angry." It's like a jungle out there for...
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April 27th 08 04:04 PM
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