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flat bar bike and road bike by moon
i am looking at a fuji shiloette and a ibex corrida flat bar bike. they are both 27 speeds and have 700c x 26 tires. even v-brakes, are they really road...
August 8th 03 02:19 AM
by Chalo Go to last post
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RFI:700c carbon fork - straight vs curved legs by Mark Hickey
kwalters wrote: Building up a frame so will be needing a fork. One of the least expensive forks that I have found is an Alpha Q with...
August 8th 03 02:02 AM
by dookie Go to last post
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sunscreen makes you hotter? by larry english
i was wondering how sunscreen works. about all i can find out is that it seems to trap and absorb the uv radiation before it gets to your skin. but the heat...
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August 8th 03 01:58 AM
by dookie Go to last post
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9 speed crank on 8 speed drivetrain (MTB)? by Jack Fortune
On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 00:32:24 GMT, Michael wrote: Hi all: I'm a roadie who just picked up my first decent...
August 7th 03 01:19 AM
by Chris Zacho The Wheelman Go to last post
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Compact Geometry and Long Distance by Jason T
How does compact geometry affect comfort over long distances? if at all.
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August 7th 03 12:44 AM
by Bruce Graham Go to last post
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Headset Question slightly revisited. by Philthy
Thanks to everyone who replied to my previous question about my headset. So I've discovered that the headset in my frame at the moment is an OEM Cane Creek...
August 6th 03 06:01 PM
by Dave Salovesh Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by asqui
Luigi de Guzman wrote: Both brakes should be applied at the same time when stopping. Even though the full braking potential of each wheel may not be...
August 6th 03 05:51 PM
by Luigi de Guzman Go to last post
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Where do I find the guy with a large right foot and a smaller left foot? by Derk
I have a difference in size between my right (smaller) and my left foot (bigger). Ideally I would buy 2 pairs of shoes every time and use 1 shoe of each pair,...
August 6th 03 05:58 AM
by Derk Go to last post
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Night Riding Safety? by Thunder9
I want to do some night riding - mostly on the road, and some trail riding. I'm new at this so I need some advice. For the road, it seems that the more light...
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August 5th 03 09:31 PM
by Thomas Reynolds Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by John Appleby
3) If trail riders don't use their front brakes much--as my friend, who was a sometime MTBer, seems to allege--why do I see so many front-wheel disk...
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August 5th 03 07:47 PM
by Mark Hickey Go to last post
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Middle chainring on Campy Record triple crank by Ted
I have a Campy Record triple crank with 30/42/53 chainrings. I see that there is a Campy Record triple that comes with 30/40/50 chainrings. If I were to get...
August 5th 03 03:08 PM
by Paul Kopit Go to last post
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6.8 kg rule by Nick Payne
Rectal thermometers so we can see who is really cooking themselves...
August 5th 03 07:05 AM
by Gearóid Ó Laoi/Garry Lee Go to last post
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ULOCK or Cable Lock by Sanjay Punjab
I currently use a Specialized Cable lock to lock up my bike for an hour a so in mostly public areas. I plan on going to school this fall and I may be locking...
August 5th 03 01:57 AM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Considering a Road bike for commuting... good idea? by Chris Zacho The Wheelman
Or a hybrid would be good too. May you have the wind at your back. And a really low gear for the hills! Chris Chris'Z Corner "The Website for the Common...
August 5th 03 01:02 AM
by Chris Zacho The Wheelman Go to last post
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headset Intergrated replacement with non by Philthy
Hi, I've got a frame kicking about the I'm building up at the moment. Only thing I don't like is it's got an intergrated headset (OEM manufactured for...
August 5th 03 12:54 AM
by @ Greasy Chainrings.com Go to last post
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Campagnolo freewheel spacing? by Pete Biggs
What sprocket spacing did Campag use for its old screw-on freewheels? 5.0? cheers ~PB
August 5th 03 12:01 AM
by Pete Biggs Go to last post
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Sestriere wheels: spoke length? by Chuck Liu
Hi, what is the length of the spokes used in the Rolf Sestriere rear wheel? Is there a away to directly buy the rim and spokes without going through a LBS? ...
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August 4th 03 11:21 PM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Old(er) peddler getting back in the saddle by John
Hello ! Glad to find this great group with tons of good info and links. Once upon a time (read:about 20 years ago) I rode 100 ~ 400 miles a week. Of course...
August 4th 03 02:12 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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WTB: Campy brake levers- All Shimano goes. by Paul Kopit
On Sun, 03 Aug 2003 00:39:13 GMT, "bob" wrote: But, I will not ever spend a penny on a Shimano product. The idea is to replace all...
August 4th 03 02:07 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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? - To build or not to build -- a bike - ? by Andrew Short
A few years I decided to build my own computer before my mind went to mush and I couldn't think anymore. I did that, and it turned out well. Now I've got the...
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August 4th 03 04:12 AM
by Andrew Lee Go to last post
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