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Shifting Options for 7402 Rear D? by Hands Of Stone
Can anyone suggest any other shifting options if I want to stick with a Dura-Ace 7402 (8 speed) rear derailleur? Or have I covered them all? Take a look at...
February 21st 09 04:36 AM
by Dave Mayer Go to last post
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this bike is a pipe bomb decal by [email protected]
http://www.myeyewitnessnews.com/news/local/story/Bicycle-Causes-Bomb-Scare-At-Memphis/2C4bMFFlsUq-WkWivqvKrA.cspx
February 21st 09 12:35 AM
by Still Just Me Go to last post
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Is it dead yet? by Sandy
Anyone counting? -- Bonne route ! Sandy Verneuil-sur-Seine FR
February 20th 09 09:52 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Since even the tiniest details matter . . . by [email protected]
In the enormous 23 vs 25 mm thread, I grew curious about whether the pros actually pay attention to every detail because they think that even the tiniest...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 20th 09 08:33 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Broken brake lever redux by Colin B.[_2_]
For all those who care... A few weeks ago, my front brake snapped in half while adjusting the hydraulics on my nearly new (six months old) Rocky Mountain...
February 20th 09 05:56 AM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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GLOBAL CYCLE PHOTO by datakoll
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/21/us/politics/21abroad.html?scp=1&sq=OBAMA%20PROMISES%20THE%20WORLD%20A%20RENEWED%20AMERICA&st=cse
February 20th 09 02:13 AM
by datakoll Go to last post
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rubber ducky as pedestrian avoidance by Henry[_4_]
I commute along narrow paths every day, which I have to share with pedestrians. When I'm walking I find bicycle bells quite "alarming"; and I see a lot of...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 20th 09 12:14 AM
by Henry[_4_] Go to last post
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Panniers that don't sag and wrinkle by Andre Jute[_2_]
I want top-opening rear panniers for my bike. They should be either hardshell or so framed or made of such material that they don't flop and look untidy when...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
February 19th 09 08:23 PM
by Brian Huntley Go to last post
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Blackwell Research 50mm Clincher- opinions please by cycledogg
Hello, I am considering getting a set of Blackwell Research 50mm clinchers but would like to here from some folks who my have used them to get there opinion...
February 19th 09 03:13 PM
by cycledogg Go to last post
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Which shoe? by Bill
Good evening, I have been wondering about which set of shoes that I should try, next. I find it very unforunate that most cycling stores in the area do not...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 19th 09 02:37 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Sheldon's bike on Ebay by Peter Cole[_2_]
Forward from local list: eBay item 150327440381 -- just paste that number into the EBay search field -- Sheldon Brown's beautiful, customized Rambouillet...
February 19th 09 11:11 AM
by nmp Go to last post
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Brake squeal by Nick L Plate
On 17 Feb, 00:31, Tim McNamara wrote: Are you talking to someone? I was reliant on you using a threaded newsreader. I was...
February 19th 09 01:33 AM
by Tim McNamara Go to last post
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Brake squeal by Nick L Plate
On 16 Feb, 04:26, wrote: The squeal is generated by van der Waals forces between brake pad and aluminum rim, causing a...
February 19th 09 01:31 AM
by Tim McNamara Go to last post
1 179
Vintage Bike Parts for Sale by [email protected]
In case you are looking for vintage, old bike...
February 19th 09 01:17 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Help: Teflon V Brake Noodle Liner by BlahBlah
Hi: Anyone know if it's possible to purchase just the Teflon liner for a shimano XT V Brake cable noodle? If so, know of an online source? Thanks for any...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 19th 09 12:55 AM
by BlahBlah Go to last post
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chain watchers by John Forrest Tomlinson
http://www.cyclingnews.com/road/2009/feb09/california09/tech.php?id=/photos/2009/tech/features/toc_aero_liquigas_helmet09/Liquigas_chain_keeper Is this a...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
February 18th 09 11:40 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
19 402
Hand guards for cold weather? by [email protected]
Does anyone make like a "fairing" or hand guard that blocks the wind off hands that can easily be mounted on any bicycle?
February 18th 09 08:21 PM
by Anthony DeLorenzo Go to last post
7 137
dropout question MTB by futrino[_2_]
I have an old specialized rockhooper with semi-horizontal drop outs, like these ( not my Pic) http://flickr.com/photos/jimg/251923576/ I am thinking about...
February 18th 09 08:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
3 263
Galli Brake Levers by loopgaru
I have a pair of Galli brake levers on a set of Cinelli handlebars from the late 80's to mid 90's with a unique bit of hard wear needed (or not, depends)....
February 18th 09 03:16 AM
by Nick L Plate Go to last post
2 247
bicycle by mod
The bicycle might be just about the most efficient person-powered machine ever invented but it's now entering the digital age, with an electronic gear...
February 18th 09 01:41 AM
by Ryan Cousineau Go to last post
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