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Continental GP5000 vs Vitorria Corsa G+ by Tom Kunich[_5_]
The GP5000TL seems to have terrific traction. But it doesn't have very good directional stability. I suppose that the traction is so good that it takes every...
July 5th 19 06:37 PM
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BB standard by AMuzi
Standards are great! We ought to have more of them! https://www.bikeradar.com/news/2020-trek-crockett-t47-bb/ If words have meaning, what is 'standard' any...
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July 5th 19 12:23 AM
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Offroad cycling news by AMuzi
Scary! Like a crosstown commute: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlcAFVO_Kyo -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day since 1 April, 1971
July 4th 19 06:15 PM
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Sue or go bankrupt? by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
Weird legal news from London: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jun/21/cyclist-crashed-into-woman-mobile-phone-pay-compensation-london -- - Frank...
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July 3rd 19 08:59 PM
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Smallest chainring 4 Suntour Cyclone crank? by Sir Ridesalot
What is the smallest chainring that can be put on a DOUBLE Suntour Cyclone crank? I noticed that the BCD is a bit larger than the Old School Shimano 600 EX or...
July 2nd 19 08:43 PM
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Suntour Cyclone Crank Update by AMuzi
Archive search report for Suntour Cyclone BB-400: I was mistaken. The Cyclone series take small section (JIS) 113mm symmetric spindle. So yes you can use a...
July 2nd 19 08:41 PM
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Bike helmet - adjusting straps by AK[_2_]
The strap on the left side, looks funny compared to the right side. It feels pretty comfortable. Does something need to be...
July 2nd 19 06:47 AM
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Oregon Gets Idaho Stop Law -- Probably by jbeattie
https://bikeportland.org/tag/idaho-stop-law The governor has to sign it, but I don't know why she wouldn't. I don't think PPB has ever enforced hard stops --...
July 2nd 19 04:06 AM
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Cycling: almost actual science by AMuzi
https://cyclingindustry.news/painted-bike-lanes-encourage-dangerous-driving-segregated-is-safe-says-science-paper/ -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ ...
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July 1st 19 08:10 PM
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I need a DOUBLE curved clamp-on cable guide by Sir Ridesalot
I need a double curved clamp-on cable guide that will fit a vintage bike with a standard size downtube. This cable guide will be at the bottom brake. Here's a...
July 1st 19 10:12 AM
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Were Suntour TRIPLE pulley derailleurs only used with triple cranksets? by Sir Ridesalot
Looking at some old magazines and/or parts has me wondering about the Suntour Triple Pulley rear derailleurs. Were they designed to be used just with triple...
June 28th 19 02:19 AM
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When Cyclists Made Up an Entire Political Bloc by Andre Jute[_2_]
Back near the beginning of bicycles, a bicycle advocate wasn't seen as a "scold" (as one journalist who rode with Krygowski described him), and there were lots...
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June 26th 19 05:50 AM
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Streamliners by Tom Kunich[_5_]
Last night I was dreaming about a bicycle streamliner at Bonneville. Does anyone know what the world speed records are? Are they in age categories?
June 23rd 19 11:27 PM
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Ceramic drive chain by db[_2_]
Check this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9gQ1KRhesM It all looks beautifully smooth etc. But I wonder, how does it stand up to hard pedalling, like...
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June 23rd 19 03:36 PM
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Chain alignment friction losses by John B.
Some time ago I posted a question about the possible friction losses when various "gears" are used. Subsequently I have come across a test of both chain...
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June 21st 19 10:54 PM
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Clincher and Tubeless Deep Carbon Rims by Tom Kunich[_5_]
It was pretty windy yesterday with gusts up to 25 or perhaps more. I had put the 50 mm deep clinchers that have Victoria Corsa G+ tires on them on the steel...
June 21st 19 10:39 PM
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Can an old school Shimano inner chainring be flipped 2 use as anouter ring? by Sir Ridesalot
I'm building up a road bike for a person who is not a strong rider and who finds a 50 teeth chainring to be too much for them. Can an Old School Shimano inner...
June 21st 19 05:25 AM
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Hot rodding e-bikes by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
Seems it's easy to modify an e-bike to travel up to about 45...
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June 20th 19 01:11 AM
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Protecting yourself by Andy
I have thought about carrying a short range cell phone jammer while biking. I have given it careful thought. But when traveling as a passenger I increasingly...
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June 19th 19 09:55 PM
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Bicycle statistics by AK[_2_]
I found some interesting info here. They do not list the percentage of those wearing helmets who died. Looks like those bike lanes are fairly...
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June 19th 19 03:49 PM
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