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Delineating areas of expertise: who's the king of the spillproof mug? by Andre Jute[_2_]
Gentlemen (and whichever ladies haven't yet given up on you): If Scharfie's the world's maximum expert on cupholders on bicycles (Jesus, what modest ambitions...
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June 14th 14 06:35 AM
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Friday the by [email protected]
pants ? http://english.alarabiya.net/en/business/economy/2014/06/13/Egypt-s-Sisi-goes-cycling-for-fuel-economy.html and you thought Canadians are weird.
June 14th 14 06:10 AM
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It's happening! Um... sort of. by Frank Krygowski[_2_]
Some infrastructure fans have bragged about the fact that "It's happening!" - that is, that the big investments in bike lanes, cycle tracks, bike boxes...
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June 13th 14 12:33 AM
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Question on spoke tension by Ralph Barone[_3_]
A quick question here. In a 3-cross lacing pattern, every spoke touches one other spoke (at the third cross). Thinking through the mechanics of the situation,...
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June 10th 14 02:15 PM
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speaking of Jobst by [email protected]
On Saturday, October 27, 2012 6:09:27 PM UTC+1, LF wrote: Anyone know how my eFriend Jobst is doing? Thanks, Larry Still nobody know anything...
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June 10th 14 02:06 PM
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How many cogs of each can you should you use? by Sir Ridesalot
Back in the days of 10 gears bicycles it was recommended due to chain deflection and duplicate gears that you not use the big big or small small combinations...
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June 8th 14 09:42 PM
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Front derailleur Shimano Deore M591, scraping by Joerg
Hello Folks, Most of the time I ride a bit low in cadence, fits me better and is less tiring. Anyhow, that causes me to ride on the large chain ring and...
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June 8th 14 05:30 PM
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Fun with red light runners (vehicles) by sms
Yesterday I was in San Francisco. Usually, when a light turns red, three or four cars run the red light. But yesterday me, and a group of others, stepped off...
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June 8th 14 02:50 AM
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How to teach a motorist to use his or her turn signals by sms
One big plus about having a good front flashing light is that it helps educate motorists. For some reason, in California, using turn signals is viewed as...
June 8th 14 01:29 AM
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Shimano Introduces Off-Road Electronic Shifting by sms
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June 8th 14 12:32 AM
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Dan reads (gasp!) a book by Dan O
Just scored my copy of "Effective Cycling" (6th Edition). Have only read the "new" edition Preface and the Introduction so far,...
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June 3rd 14 07:44 PM
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review of the history of the bicycle retail industry in the U.S.A. for the past 40 years by Michael Hui
Let's start a brief, but probably passionate review of the history of the bicycle retail industry in the U.S.A. for the past 40 years. We can review the...
June 3rd 14 06:29 PM
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June 3rd 14 01:21 PM
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Chicagoland cycling by AMuzi
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2014/06/02/bicyclist-killed-by-hit-and-run-driver-in-forest-park/ -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day since...
June 3rd 14 12:29 PM
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Stations let cyclists adjust, repair bikes - Wyoming, Ohio (Cincinnati suburb) by Garrison Hilliard
Cyclists have a place to stop for adjustments and minor repairs in Wyoming, with the addition of two bicycle service stations. The stations, at the...
June 1st 14 03:56 AM
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humans watch agape by AMuzi
http://epecuen.redbull.com/ Even for MacAskill this is amazing, especially the front flip at the end. I would have died on the simple stuff before even...
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May 30th 14 05:12 PM
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Removing cogs from a Shimano (Singapore made) freewheel? by Sir Ridesalot
I have a Shimao 7 speed freewheel made in Singapore. I want to take the cogs off the body. The 7 cogs are silver and there is black ring with 8 recesses on its...
May 29th 14 11:48 PM
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Small Jersey by Joe Riel
Any suggestions on where I can find small jerseys? The one I recently purchased online, a Gore Contest jersey, is too big, despite it being a small and...
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May 28th 14 02:54 PM
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Happiness is being a cow grazing on green grass by AMuzi
On 5/26/2014 7:08 PM, John B. wrote: On Mon, 26 May 2014 11:56:57 -0500, AMuzi wrote: On 5/25/2014 5:00 PM, Phil W Lee wrote: ...
May 28th 14 01:06 PM
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Garmin on Linux by Joe Riel
I have a Garmin 205 that I'd like to use on Linux, without Wine. I can upload the data but need a way to usefully graph/display it. Before rolling my own, am...
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May 27th 14 05:02 PM
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