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Can't shift into tallest gear by [email protected]
Wondering is someone might have some tech suggestions for an issue I started having. Recently, my bike began mis-shifting (2007 Jamis Xenith Comp,...
September 5th 07 03:19 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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minnesota bicyclists arrested by [email protected]
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September 5th 07 01:45 AM
by landotter Go to last post
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Tire Clearance on a Dura-Ace Brake by Roadie_scum[_13_]
I have a Spec Tarmac E5 that has a small indent in it, but doesn't look like it is going to catastrophically fail anytime soon. I want to retire it from...
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September 4th 07 11:26 PM
by Michael Press Go to last post
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Frame Couplings Retrofit Shop? by Daniel Norton
I'm in Austin, Texas, looking for a frame shop that will retrofit couplings (see www.sandsmachine.com) onto my Reynolds 853 frame (from a 2002 Lemond). I know...
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September 4th 07 08:23 PM
by datakoll Go to last post
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How do I get the brake hoods flat? by [email protected]
I've noticed on many bikes that the brake hood is parallel to the ground, with no transition between it and the top of the bar. (Sorry, thats the best I can...
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September 4th 07 08:01 PM
by D'ohBoy Go to last post
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Wheel build by Robert Lorenzini
I have a extra pair of DA 7801's with cracked rims and I was wondering if I should just get them fixed under warranty or build them with a different rim,...
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September 4th 07 04:12 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo-www.vecchios.com Go to last post
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where to find Marzocchi fork springs - 04 marathon S by Scott[_2_]
I've done some searches and can't find a place that offers replacement fork springs for my fork. I think the ones in it are way stiff, I have rebuilt them and...
September 4th 07 01:36 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo-www.vecchios.com Go to last post
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Bike-alog bike specs 1993-2008 now on line! by Sheldon Brown
There's a great company called "Bike-alog" who mainly provides a wholesale database service for bike shops. They also list specs for most bikes available in...
September 4th 07 05:24 AM
by velodancer Go to last post
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"CF Bike Shatters" - continued by jim beam
the "CF Bike Shatters" thread is now too deep for me to follow on my limited screen real estate - i'm starting a new thread. peter cole wrote: jim beam...
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September 4th 07 02:36 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Opinions on Spoke Breakage Scenario by D'ohBoy
All of a sudden, two spokes have broken in two weeks. Here are the details: - Broken spokes were Radial-spoked CX-Ray NDS Rear - 32 hole OCR rim/Record Hub -...
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September 4th 07 12:49 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Wheel building question with disc by robotec
So far I have only built wheels for rim brake use and followed Sheldon Brown's instruction with good sucess. But I am not clear on how to do this for disc...
September 3rd 07 08:28 PM
by Sheldon Brown Go to last post
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mavic rim sections by jim beam
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/1313515128/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/1313515154/ a roof-rack casualty run over and discarded at the...
September 3rd 07 06:00 PM
by Ben C Go to last post
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Contrary patterns: drive, radial; non drive, 2x. by Luke
What is the rationale behind this spoke pattern - it's contrary to all conventional wisdom? From the photos (click to enlarge) FSA's RD-88 rear wheel is...
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September 3rd 07 03:42 PM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Double Butted Spokes by Gig Miller
I recently purchased some Wheelsmith DB14 x 279 mm spokes. The length of the butted portion on the elbow side was approx 25mm, while the length of the butted...
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September 3rd 07 02:45 PM
by jim beam Go to last post
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3/16 Chains? by Bellsouth Ijit 2.0 - Global Warming Edition
I know 3/32 are the derailleur chains (5-6-7-8spd), and 1/8 bmx and single speed, but what are the 3/16 chains for? I'm trying to get a half-link for a...
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September 3rd 07 03:49 AM
by A Muzi Go to last post
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canted wheels on a trailer? by Gary Young
I'm building my own trailer, of a design similar to this one: http://drumbent.com/trailer.html I've noticed that some commercial trailers (and racing...
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September 3rd 07 12:04 AM
by meb[_26_] Go to last post
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Cue sheet clip boards by meb[_24_]
Are there any clipboards that mount to handlebars for holding cue sheets? -- meb
September 2nd 07 08:22 PM
by Tim McNamara Go to last post
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Can you attach cleats to boots? by Pilgrim
I got these bad ass Frye boots today. They don't fit in my toe-clips all that well though. They have a bit of a heel on them, so there's some room where I...
September 2nd 07 08:02 PM
by Mark Go to last post
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Band Brakes by cmcanulty
I have a small folding bike with a rear band brake. It has recently started to squeak when braking. Is there some maintenance or lube needed? Thanks
September 2nd 07 12:50 PM
by cmcanulty Go to last post
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More cool ideas from me by Greens
First, my idea. It's a safety device. Bike trails cross roads. Cyclists have to stop to see if cars are coming. Why not put up some sort of split screen...
September 2nd 07 11:39 AM
by !Jones Go to last post
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