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Shimano Deore pedal cone adjustment. by pH
Apologies in advance for posting about bicycles, but here goes... I decided to take some play out of my Shimano Deore pedals. No problem w/ the dust cap and...
August 22nd 19 11:20 PM
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Offer.... New derailleur, shifters, handlebar grips, cables and chain by AK[_2_]
What do you think of this offer? Your chain has arrived. I want to offer you a great solution and price and just plan on changing your rear derailleur and...
August 22nd 19 03:43 PM
by AK[_2_] Go to last post
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Off Topic by John B.
I know this is off topic but I don't find the answer anywhere else. Today's news has Pres. Trump accusing the Chinese of continuing to sell fentanyl to the...
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August 22nd 19 10:35 AM
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Campy B.B. compatibility by daleb
I currently have a Campy centaur 115.5mm bottom bracket on my ride that is built from slightly oversized titanium tubing (Habanero) with Centaur double cranks....
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August 22nd 19 02:02 AM
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How not to ride a bicycle by AMuzi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DPU6dEeGh0 -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day since 1 April, 1971
August 19th 19 11:15 PM
by John B. Slocomb Go to last post
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Cateye Adventure Wireless Speedo with Altimeter by Tom Kunich[_5_]
Somehow I lost the link from the transmitter unit to the head. Now I find that I have at least two transmitter units and neither of them connect to the head...
August 19th 19 01:14 AM
by Jeff Liebermann Go to last post
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For Joerge by Sir Ridesalot
I just saw this ad in my March, 1982 issue of BICYCLING magazine. It's on page 155. "Lo-El Surviv-All If wilderness camping is your desire, the Lo-El...
August 18th 19 07:50 PM
by Ted Heise Go to last post
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Recovery and Diet by Tom Kunich[_5_]
Personal experience and Global Cycling News programming often disagree as they have speaking about Ketone diets. As it turns out, a weight loss diet and their...
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August 17th 19 11:07 PM
by Radey Shouman Go to last post
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Power by Tom Kunich[_5_]
I have some information on power development he http://www.cyclingpowerlab.com/cyclingpoweroutput.aspx Using this information it appears that I'm making...
August 17th 19 08:55 PM
by Tom Kunich[_5_] Go to last post
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Professional use of proper size wrench by AMuzi
https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/watch-bike-shop-owner-fights-off-suspect-with-wrench-during-alleged-assault/971662496 -- Andrew Muzi ...
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August 17th 19 01:39 AM
by Joy Beeson Go to last post
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Nutrician and Yuck by Tom Kunich[_5_]
The navy research developed ketone esters as an energy source for Seals in combat zones. It is light and supposedly sustaining. This has been experimented...
August 16th 19 11:18 PM
by John B. Go to last post
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Can not get bike to shift gears properly by AK[_2_]
I have taken my bike to 2 different shops to have my gears adjusted. They do not shift properly and end up "clicking" instead of shifting into the correct...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 15th 19 06:07 AM
by Tosspot[_3_] Go to last post
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Andrew by Tom Kunich[_5_]
Is the front derailleur movement ratio the same on Shimano and Campy?
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August 15th 19 05:35 AM
by news18 Go to last post
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Bad rear derailleur??? by [email protected]
Did a gravel ride on Saturday morning. 43 miles total, about 30 was gravel.. Lot of rough gravel, very few hard, smooth, compacted stripes on the gravel...
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August 13th 19 07:57 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Broken bike frame by AK[_2_]
Anyone experienced a broken bike frame as seen in the upper right corner of this picture? https://imgur.com/7i148lV Andy
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August 12th 19 11:40 PM
by Tom Kunich[_5_] Go to last post
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add hops by Sepp Ruf
James wrote: About moderation of what people do and say, in Australia the authorities like to moderate whenever and where ever possible, without...
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August 12th 19 07:30 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Trek/Bontrager Wavecell Technology Helmets by Tom Kunich[_5_]
I just got an advertisement from Trek in which they now claim that the latest Wavecell has not 28 times but 48 times the protection for your head than normal...
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August 12th 19 01:59 AM
by John B. Go to last post
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ad hoinem by Tosspot[_3_]
On 09/08/2019 21:17, AMuzi wrote: I did not make this reply into anyone's post in particular because I think there's plenty of fault out there. I...
August 11th 19 12:48 AM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Why did rear derailleur cable move from top to bottom of chainstay? by Sir Ridesalot
I was looking at a couple of my old bicycle frames with the rear derailleur cable routed along the top of the chainstay. I'm curious now. Why did the rear...
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August 9th 19 04:45 PM
by Tom Kunich[_5_] Go to last post
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Well the bike did it so maybe someone knows by Mark Cleary[_3_]
I wiped out on ice almost 4 years ago broke my hip. Well as it turned out I managed ok not dislocated and I have 3 Stainless Steel Cannulated screws in my...
August 9th 19 11:49 AM
by Mark Cleary[_3_] Go to last post
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