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Spoking wheels by John B.[_3_]
I'm rebuilding a rear (derailier) wheel as, to be frank, I used spokes that were slightly smaller in diameter on the cassette side of the wheel then probably...
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November 25th 17 01:16 AM
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Discs by Tosspot[_3_]
Why do they have holes in them? Car discs don't, motorbike discs don't, aircraft discs don't. Why do bicycle discs have them?
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November 23rd 17 03:12 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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World's Fastest Bike Light, Oculus by Oculus Lights
If winning the World 24 Hour Time Trial Championship meets your standards, then Oculus is the undisputed World's Fastest Bike Light. I also had three of the...
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November 22nd 17 10:28 AM
by Oculus Lights Go to last post
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Bicycles in LA by AMuzi
http://beta.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-oc-homeless-found-20171118-story.html -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day since 1 April, 1971
November 21st 17 07:06 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Opinions of Gates Carbon Drive system? by [email protected]
I searched dutifully, but couldn't find a thread on this. (I believe Andre might have a bike with Carbon Drive; not sure.) Has this been discussed here? I...
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November 20th 17 01:56 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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Why do some forks and frames have brake rotor size limits? by Joerg[_2_]
When researching upgrades to larger rotors I read that there may be limits for frames and forks. Why? Explanations were usually scant and contradictory, with...
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November 18th 17 04:45 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Does anyone know PM-PM-F/R203 adapters by Joerg[_2_]
Attention, a purely technical post :-) Does anyone know whether these adapters are for going from 160mm native post mount to 203mm...
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November 16th 17 07:17 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Alfine 11 hub skipping under hard pedaling by dstamat[_3_]
Dear All, The Alfine 11 SG-S700 hub of my commuting bicycle has started to skip when I pedal standing up. Mostly around the middle of the range (5, 6 and 7)....
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November 15th 17 07:57 PM
by Tosspot[_3_] Go to last post
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Front axle, what thread? by Joerg[_2_]
Folks, I'd like to get rid of the QR on my MTB and replace the whole chebang with a solid axle, preferably CroMo. I want the cones and other hardware from...
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November 14th 17 09:55 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Screws for disc brake caliper mounting? by Joerg[_2_]
Missing a couple of screws for mounting adapters and calipers. The frame of the bike is aluminum. Do these have to be from some sort of space-age special...
November 12th 17 04:26 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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di2 external mount - bottle cage or chainstay/downtube by yirgster[_2_]
I'm upgrading my 2010 bike to ultegra di2 with the external kit. So, my question is whether to go for the long external battery mount (S-BMR1-LB) for the...
November 11th 17 06:17 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Electric bike power module. by Ian Field
Found a Tianjin Santrol WZKD3615KA power module that was obviously off an electric bike. Its a potted assembly, so no salvage for my electronics...
November 10th 17 06:54 PM
by Ian Field Go to last post
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joytech rear hub by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Today I came across an interesting rear hub. It is a single speed mechanism but unlike the familiar Torpedo hub the brake cylinder is made out of two loose...
November 10th 17 05:20 PM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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SEASONS by [email protected]
On Monday, October 16, 2017 at 6:34:00 AM UTC-7, wrote: ...
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November 10th 17 04:40 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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NY bike path mayhem by AMuzi
Conflicting radio reports. Apparently crash involved some bicycles, a school bus, a delivery truck, a firearm and fatal police...
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November 9th 17 10:22 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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HELMET OPINION POST MAYHEM by [email protected]
November 9th 17 12:59 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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charging lead acid batteries by SMS
On Friday, November 6, 1992 at 12:55:57 PM UTC-8, James W Gourgoutis wrote: I want to buy a 12 volt, 3 amp-hour lead acid battery to use in a lighting...
November 8th 17 10:42 PM
by Frank Krygowski[_4_] Go to last post
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Stupid cyclist tricks by [email protected]
Author of his own demise: https://cyclingmagazine.ca/sections/news/wheelie-popping-toronto-rider-charged/. -- Andrew Chaplin SIT MIHI GLADIUS SICUT SANCTO...
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November 7th 17 10:33 PM
by Doug Landau Go to last post
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HILL BOMBING by [email protected]
November 6th 17 11:28 PM
by (PeteCresswell) Go to last post
1 95
wrong type brake pads? by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Often I see an incorrect type of brake pads on the front wheel (well, those bike typically don't have a hand brake for the back wheel). Probably the everyday...
November 5th 17 02:22 AM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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