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Intense Uzzi SLX Creaking Noise with Progressive 5th Element Shock by Rog
I am in the process of eliminating the creaking and squeaking noises from my 2003 Intense Uzzi SLX. Since I have not completed this task, and it seems that it...
August 3rd 03 04:39 PM
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horny girl want you! by wenbaoxian
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August 3rd 03 02:33 PM
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What length steerer do I need? by frank121
I am thinking about building up a frameset I have. The headtube measures 132mm and I will use a Shimano 600 threaded headset with a 1" threaded carbon fiber...
August 3rd 03 02:02 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Campagnolo Scirocco wheels by Mysterex
Hi all, I need some new wheels for training and Campagnolo Scirocco seems like good value for money (on paper anyway). Does anybody have any experience...
August 3rd 03 01:15 PM
by Suzy Jackson Go to last post
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MTB Chainset Choice by John Appleby
Hi, I need to get rid of my chainset sometime soon (c.f. previous threads, worn rings, bolts, ruined thread), and I was considering putting the 2003 XTR...
August 3rd 03 12:36 PM
by David Kunz Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by ant
(Luigi de Guzman) wrote in message I had an interesting AIM conversation with a friend fo mine from home: "you mean you use your...
August 3rd 03 06:24 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by E & V Willson
As one who has ridden both a bike and motorcycle, let me tell you that only using the rear brake is near suicide. When the rear brake locks up, the friction...
August 3rd 03 06:21 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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ProLink vs. Boeshield for Chains by Gary Mishler
Looking for input/opinions from people familiar with both. Thanks
August 3rd 03 02:50 AM
by Gary Mishler Go to last post
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Campagnolo Front Mirage Triple derailleur clamp part # needed by Peter
Hi there I've just joined the group. I need a Campagnolo 32.? clamp for a Mirage triple front derailleur. Can someone here tell me what the part number is. My...
August 2nd 03 02:18 PM
by Peter Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by Eric Murray
In article , Luigi de Guzman wrote: Then, out of curiosity, I went to see what our...
August 2nd 03 06:28 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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best internal shifting hub? by Khoomei
What is the best internal shifting hub on these important points: - reasonably lightweight compared to a road group - reliable operation - parts are available...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 2nd 03 01:08 AM
by Menotomy Go to last post
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Thoughts on braking by Paul Bielec
I have a MTB. When on pavement, I use both brakes but mostly the rear brake when on flat and not going to fast. When going faster, the rear brake alone is...
August 1st 03 10:07 PM
by Rick Onanian Go to last post
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Yet another thread on chain cleaning by asqui
Sorry to flog a dead horse and everything but I have some questions that I haven't been able to find answers to in the archives and FAQ, so here goes... I...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 1st 03 07:24 PM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Braking while turning by [email protected]
One thing I have noticed is how differently bicycles handle when the rear brake is applied compared to the front brake. While braking with the front wheel and...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
August 1st 03 06:56 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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new front end - carbon fork ?'s by dookie
i've ridden my 54cm scapin el-os for going on 10 years now, mostly with great pleasure (except for the hills). on occasion however (loooong rides), i'd suffer...
August 1st 03 01:53 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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110 bcd double crankset by James Bondra
I just saw an article about Tyler Hamilton using a 110 bcd crank with 52 x 36 chainrings. I am interested in a similar setup (110 bcd double) as where I live...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 1st 03 01:46 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Too stretched? by Paul
I been riding for around 18 months including a number of 40 mile+ rides. Recently I've begun getting a slight tingling in my fingers and sometimes a slight...
July 31st 03 07:59 PM
by Eric Murray Go to last post
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HELP kikapu vs kona dawg, which to choose? by Jonathan
Hi there, I am planning to buy a new mountain bike in the fall. I was wondering if you could give me help with reagrds to which bike to choose. I am 6'2",...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
July 31st 03 07:25 PM
by Spider Go to last post
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Chainring Orientation by asqui
After soaking my chain in White Spirit and getting it squeaky clean I got to work on cleaning the grimy sprockets and chainrings. Only after I had removed the...
July 31st 03 07:52 AM
by Phil, Squid-in-Training Go to last post
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clincher roll-off revisited by Spacey Spade
I was taking a tight right turn and my rear clincher rolled right off the rim. I am using Cane Creek Aerohead wheels, and have noticed that mounting tires on...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
July 31st 03 02:58 AM
by Tom Paterson Go to last post
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