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Vetta 100 With Cadence Wireless?? by Marathon
My bike shop does not recommend this. Any comments or experience?
July 23rd 03 09:52 PM
by Dashi Toshii Go to last post
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front derailleur shim by Robert Strickland
I've got a Daytona triple front derailleur with a 31.8 mm clamp but my frame has a 28.6 mm seat tube. Somebody a while back pointed me to www.bigwheel.com to...
July 23rd 03 01:49 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Polar Precision Software - Data Editing by Kendall
Is there an easy way to edit Polar Data downloaded from your HRM using Polar Precision Software. I'm using the latest software and its editing is...
July 23rd 03 12:40 PM
by Kendall Go to last post
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*Edit Me* - New FAQ addition on brake squeal. by ant
Howdy. i posted a couple days ago asking for tips and thoguhts on brake squeal. i was not, as i had naievely hoped, immediately inundated with secretive tricks...
July 23rd 03 06:52 AM
by Konstantin Shemyak Go to last post
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Cannondale's replaceable derailleur hanger. by Lewis Campbell
I would appreciate it if someone could give me an idea of a price, or a place of availability, for a Cannondale, road, rear...
July 23rd 03 03:10 AM
by Ed K Go to last post
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Bike Battery Break In? by Thunder9
I just bought the Night Rider Evolution and Light and Motion bike lamps, both of which are NiMH. I charged the batteries as per instructions before my first...
July 23rd 03 12:12 AM
by Precious Pup Go to last post
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chainstay length and cornering by Jose Rizal
Doug Huffman: All else being equal, longer chainstays remove weight from the rear wheel. Basic physics, center of mass, weight distribution. ALL ELSE...
July 23rd 03 12:09 AM
by Precious Pup Go to last post
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Question regading shoe fit by Steve + Laura
Hi everyone, I just bought my first clipless shoes, and am wondering about fit. How snug should your bike shoes be? Is it an advantage to have stiff...
July 22nd 03 10:20 PM
by Ken Go to last post
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CABLE HOUSING: Brake for derailleur? by default
This might sound like a stupid question, but if you have a knowledgeable answer I would appreciate it. Is there any fundamental difference between brake and...
July 22nd 03 04:57 PM
by Joe Yannie Go to last post
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More on the August 24th Northeast Bicycle Swap Meet by Menotomy
Here are some answers to the questions we're asked about the upcoming Northeast Bicycle Swap Meet on August 24, 2003 in Bloomfield, CT Q: Is this swap meet...
July 22nd 03 04:35 PM
by Menotomy Go to last post
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degreasing rear mech by Shaun Rimmer
CandT wrote in message ... I've had good results with degreasing sprockets,...
July 22nd 03 03:13 PM
by gmaker Go to last post
2 427
Beloki losing rear tire... Tubular problem? by whitfit
When reading that Beloki had rolled his rear tire, it brought to mind two things; first, Jobst's assertions that tubulars are bad in the alps due to melting...
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July 22nd 03 11:48 AM
by Andrew Bradley Go to last post
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upgrading 8 to 9 speed? by Sheldon Brown
Bob Sapp wrote: Got a bike from Europe. Seems to be a 99 Dura-Ace model but I guess the 99 models in Europe still used 8 speed cassettes. No, the 8-speed...
July 22nd 03 04:51 AM
by Lewdvig Go to last post
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Polar 720i by Kendall
Does anyone know if one can plot DISTANCE on the X axis vs HR, altitude, speed, cadence, temp with data from the Polar 720i and the included software. Ken
July 22nd 03 04:44 AM
by Rick Todd Go to last post
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how much wider is sidi MEGA dominator/genius? by ari
I tried on some sidi dominator 4 and the feel a little narrow in the forefoot. Sidi makes a wider width called mega dominator but no local places have it. Does...
July 22nd 03 02:47 AM
by NeauDL Go to last post
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Newbie fork questions by cyclist101
tumbleweed wrote: I just bought a frame and need to get a fork for it, (looking at carbon) and have a few questions for the group before I buy. 1....
July 22nd 03 01:41 AM
by Lewdvig Go to last post
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soft shocks, adjustable? by TJ Poseno
Is there any way to get my POS wal mart dual suspension (single pivot) shock to take more? If I come off curbing I can bottom it out no problem, I cranked up...
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July 22nd 03 12:48 AM
by TJ Poseno Go to last post
14 552
Upgrading 7sp cassette to 8/9? by Tom Williams
Hi, This is probably an oft asked question, but I'm looking at upgrading my old 'winter' bike's 7sp set to something a bit more modern, mainly so I can throw...
July 21st 03 07:43 PM
by Sheldon Brown Go to last post
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stopwatch by autumn
I am looking for a stop watch such that it displays the lap time and the current date/time in the same screen. Any referece will be appreciated. Thank you in...
July 21st 03 07:30 PM
by Mike Edey Go to last post
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rear hub suggestions for Cannondale touring bike? by David Johnston
I've got a 1999 Cannondale T800 touring bike and I need to build a new wheel for it. I use it mainly for commuting and getting around town, almost never for...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
July 21st 03 05:01 PM
by David Damerell Go to last post
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