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Making America into Amsterdam by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
Interesting article, with data, about how much the Dutch actually ride their...
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Today 07:13 AM
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Marginal gains by James[_8_]
I have three generations of shoes at the moment. I just bought a new pair because the pair I was using have started to fall apart. I'm slowly ripping the...
Today 07:06 AM
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Electic bikes from China by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
The EU will impose duties (27.5-83.6%) on electric bikes from China, starting Thursday. https://www.svt.se/svttext/tv/pages/133.html -- underground experts...
Today 03:53 AM
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drill/tap in frames by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Are there any secrets to drilling holes in steel bike frames? I have a couple of discarded ones I can test on but I thought I'd ask anyway. Do you use normal...
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Yesterday 11:12 AM
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My Next Bike: Beating Peter Sagan by jbeattie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJETokbfnNI He should have hooked her at the top! -- Jay Beattie.
Yesterday 12:37 AM
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29er "pedals easier" by [email protected]
I have a friend who just bought a new 29"-wheel Motobecane MTB and swears that, due to the larger-diameter wheels, it "pedals easier" than his old 26"-wheel...
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July 17th 18 08:47 PM
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loosen nut before torque wrench torque? by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
How hard can a nut be seated by non-torque factors? Like really, really hard? Is it good practice to loosen the nut prior to using the torque wrench in order...
July 17th 18 08:36 AM
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Vietnam war: reinforced bikes to carry artillery? by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Recently I've read a couple of book about the Vietnam war(s) and more than once I've read that the Vietnamese for transport during their anti-colonial and...
July 16th 18 04:23 AM
by Joy Beeson Go to last post
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Dual valve floor pump only pushes air out the Schrader valve hole by Brad Ford
I've got a cool little Wrench Force floor pump that will accept Schrader or Presta. I've used it for over a year exclusively to inflate my Presta road tubes. ...
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July 14th 18 08:20 PM
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Another crash. by Doug Landau
FUKIN **** 2nd crash in 3 years. 2nd crash in 23 years. And I was having such a great ride, too. And a great day. 22 miles into a 50 mile...
July 14th 18 08:04 PM
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vale, Arthur Spanjar by AMuzi
https://host.madison.com/content/tncms/live/ The link barely touches on his wide and deep skills in many seemingly disparate areas and his encyclopedic...
July 14th 18 01:29 AM
by Jeff Liebermann Go to last post
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Virginia City + Six Mile Canyon by Doug Landau
Nothing terribly exiting here I just like rolling over the lip at 1:12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n6tNfgCPmc
July 12th 18 07:02 PM
by Doug Landau Go to last post
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Safety inflation by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
So now, in addition to helmets, high-viz clothing, disc brakes and blinding daytime running lights, we...
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July 11th 18 05:14 PM
by Jeff Liebermann Go to last post
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Pink Floyd's bike by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
http://user.it.uu.se/~embe8573/bike/photos/pink-floyds-bike.jpg -- underground experts united http://user.it.uu.se/~embe8573
July 11th 18 07:14 AM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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TdF Warrany Claims by jbeattie
https://www.cyclingweekly.com/news/racing/tour-de-france/catastrophe-nairo-quintana-breaks-wheels-loses-minute-tour-de-france-stage-one-385615 Quintana rode...
July 10th 18 06:28 PM
by Roger Merriman[_4_] Go to last post
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speed hub without chain rail by [email protected]
Could pedals be attached to a speedhub like the 8-speed Sturmey-Archer (1:1 to 3.239). Would there be any mechanical issues (installing pedal on both sides)...
July 9th 18 10:17 PM
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Ventura 1/2x1/8" and 1/2x3/32" chain by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Ventura has single speed chains that are 1/2x1/8", but also 1/2x3/32". If there isn't a marking, can you deduct the chain size from the width of the...
July 9th 18 01:09 PM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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Pollution guzzling bike promises cleaner and greener cities by Jeff Liebermann
Pollution guzzling bike promises cleaner and greener...
July 6th 18 09:05 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Fastest bike? by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
http://www.businessinsider.com/cannondale-system-six-fastest-bike-tour-de-france-2018-6#-3 -- - Frank Krygowski
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July 6th 18 01:52 AM
by James[_8_] Go to last post
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rim - tire? by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
How do I measure a rim in order to find out what tire (clincher) will fit? Both practically (how to get the size) and then how to convert it into suitable...
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July 5th 18 07:40 PM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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