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Chain Lube? by John B. slocomb
I wonder whether this product might not be a useful chain lube https://tinyurl.com/yc8dwzfp cheers, John B.
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Today 12:49 PM
by news18 Go to last post
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Chain wear and cassette question by Joerg[_2_]
To my amazement a Sachs-Sedis chain will absolutely not exceed 0.5% stretch after more than 5000mi, despite some hills where one has to stand in the pedals....
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Today 01:38 AM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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understanding the RockShox suspension pump and valve by Emanuel Berg[_3_]
When I first got the pump, I filled the chamber to exactly 120psi. The release button and the gauge on the RockShox suspension pump makes this easy to do to a...
Today 12:45 AM
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Preserving en-route repair material by Tanguy Ortolo
Hello all, As probably many of you, I keep essential repair tools and material in a small bag under my saddle, that is: a folding screwdriver, a spare...
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Yesterday 10:01 PM
by Gregory Sutter Go to last post
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cleaning the bike by Emanuel Berg[_3_]
The commune is setting up a bike maintenance station. There are no tools so far, or perhaps because it is open 24/7 so if there were they would disappear. But...
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Yesterday 02:45 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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a simple technical solution by AMuzi
doomed to failure, which won't stop...
Yesterday 04:19 AM
by Joy Beeson Go to last post
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Replacing a used front rim by Tanguy Ortolo
Hello all, A couple of months ago, I noticed my rear rim was worn out, with some scratches I attributed to braking with sand or gravel on the pads....
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November 14th 18 11:20 AM
by Tanguy Ortolo Go to last post
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Cold weather, sore throat by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
For the past few years, my winter riding has fallen off to just a few miles at a time. The main reason is, I seem to be very susceptible to sore throats...
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November 14th 18 12:06 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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more cycling in England by AMuzi
Cocaine is hardly news until it turns...
November 13th 18 10:16 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Pressures of WTB Horizon 650Bx47 tires by Andrew Chaplin[_2_]
Has anyone a pointer to a table of pressures for such a tire? Barring that, a formula for their calculation. The tires have to carry a load of about 100...
November 13th 18 01:06 AM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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another outlaw cyclist by AMuzi
http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/newsroom/incidentreports/incident.cfm?id=23213 -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day since 1 April,...
November 8th 18 09:28 AM
by Sepp Ruf Go to last post
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Settled Science? by Andre Jute[_2_]
What I've been saying since I was a precocious teenager with a column in a national broadsheet is now official:...
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November 7th 18 07:12 AM
by news18 Go to last post
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relation between saddle height and horizontal position by Emanuel Berg[_3_]
If you radically increase the height of the saddle, does it typically make sense to move the saddle a bit forward as well? This is my intuition but I have been...
November 7th 18 12:20 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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casette shifting by Emanuel Berg[_3_]
After riding this bike a couple of weeks with no problem, shifting out, to smaller sprockets on the casette have started to trouble, sometimes nothing happens...
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November 7th 18 12:09 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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Oregon judge: Bike lanes don't continue through intersections by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
According to an Oregon judge, bike lanes don't legally exist in intersections. It's a bit odd, because car lanes do, even though (for practical reasons)...
November 6th 18 10:03 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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bad day for cyclists and Girl Scouts by AMuzi
https://ktla.com/2018/11/03/bicyclist-fatally-struck-by-station-wagon-in-claremont/ https://www.channel3000.com/news/3-girl-scouts-1-adult-killed-in-wisconsin-...
November 4th 18 10:30 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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Nashbar P-Handle Wrenches -- and thank you Royal Mail by jbeattie
So I did this CLE speaking gig for the state bar, and they gave me a little Amazon card that I used to buy myself these uber-cheap Nashbar p-handle hex...
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November 4th 18 02:37 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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disc brake grabs at one place by Ned Mantei[_2_]
My newer mountain bike uses Shimano Ice-Tech discs (SM-RT81) and JO4C "metal" brake pads, with DT-Swiss through-axle wheels and XT brakes. In June I...
November 3rd 18 07:30 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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bicycle lane in Melbourne by AMuzi
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6326685/Enraged-driver-deliberately-sideswipes-cyclist-throw-mans-bike-bushes.html -- Andrew Muzi ...
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November 3rd 18 01:54 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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Driverless cars by John B. slocomb
The news today has an article stating that Waymo, the robotic car company created by Google is poised to attempt a major technological leap in California,...
November 1st 18 04:08 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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