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Trek Portland? (Commuter) by Andrew F Martin
Anybody seen this in a shop yet? I need a new rain bike that actually stops when I want it to. -a
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November 5th 05 04:06 PM
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Wanted: Marzocchi Z2 Bomber seals by David
I have a 1997 Marzocchi Z2 Bomber fork that needs seals (the left is leaking from the top). Anyone have a set of seals they'd like to sell or care to point me...
November 5th 05 03:03 PM
by B Paton Go to last post
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campy 8,9,10s compatibility by andy
I am ignorant of campy equipment. Are hubs either 8 speed compatible or 9/10 speed? None of the campy hubs are compatible with all three(8,9,10)...
November 5th 05 01:57 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Looking for 16" fork w/ brake mounts U or V, 1" steer tube by dg
My boys have Redline Pitboss bikes and one of them desperately wants front brakes. It is the 2003 model with steel frame and uses forks with 1" steer tube. ...
November 5th 05 11:28 AM
by Chalo Go to last post
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cable cutting while touring. by Callistus Valerius
If your cable breaks on a ride, and you're in the middle of no where. So I bring a spare der cable, but how do you cut them? Typical cable cutters are too...
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November 5th 05 04:39 AM
by Leo Lichtman Go to last post
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Mountain bike City Slicks by meb
The 26 x 1.25 Mountain Bike City Slicks are advertised as mountable on standard mountain bike rims. Wondering if such a thin tire on a mountain bike rim...
November 4th 05 10:30 PM
by Chalo Go to last post
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chains by [email protected]
Hi Bought an Orbea bike last July;since then the chain has come off on three separate occasions and the gears are just not right can anyone throw any light on...
November 4th 05 09:25 PM
by Donald Gillies Go to last post
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1 Attachment(s) Ding Dong The Witch is Dead: Part 1 of a long upcoming series by 41
http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/1028051plame1.html ˇ
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November 4th 05 08:42 PM
by D'ohBoy Go to last post
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I need STI lever by Aleks
Does anyone have STI lever that does not work? I have Dura Ace ST-7700 lever and Flight Deck but cable in lever is broken and FD does not show in which gear am...
November 4th 05 08:17 PM
by Aleks Go to last post
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how does by Jon_H
how does this tugnut device work, I have semi horizontal campy type dropouts on my fixie . any ideas would be a help. http://tinyurl.com/bbx9z cheers Jon_H
November 4th 05 07:51 PM
by Sheldon Brown Go to last post
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retrofit 2003 campy centaur triple group by [email protected]
Hi, would like know if is it compatible to retrofit this group =Front Derailleur is 28.6 mm diameter, down swing, down pull. Rear Derailleur is a long cage 9...
November 4th 05 07:10 PM
by Andy M-S Go to last post
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retrofit 2003 campy centaur triple group by [email protected]
Hi, would like know if is it compatible to retrofit this group =Front Derailleur is 28.6 mm diameter, down swing, down pull. Rear Derailleur is a long cage 9...
November 4th 05 07:02 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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New Sheldon Brown article on gear interchangeability by Sheldon Brown
I get a lot of email questions about compatibility of "n-speed" doohickeys with "n+1-speed" frammises. I've put together a Web page that tries to summarize...
November 4th 05 05:42 PM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Praise the Lord by Ricardo
All the Mormons in my neck of the woods ride bicycles. I don't see them too much anymore but I know they are still out there. They are definatly in...
November 4th 05 04:14 PM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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can the mavic M10 cassette work with _any_ shimano-splined freehub? by [email protected]
i wanna use an M10 on my neuvations. i have an american classic conversion cassette, but want more flexible cog selection.
November 4th 05 03:24 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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203 posts and counting by Qui si parla Campagnolo
About Libby and the Iraq war....Shows the division in the US... I'm out.
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November 4th 05 06:06 AM
by Mark Hickey Go to last post
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FYI by D'ohBoy
Someone suggested to me that I might be new to usenet - and I forgot to announce the re-branding of the same old tired crap in an exciting new package. FYI:...
November 3rd 05 08:50 PM
by Bill Sornson Go to last post
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Info on Mid-80's Shimano Cluster by Arthur Shapiro
A coworker whose car got totalled is probably going to start riding to work rather than being stuck on the bus. He said the bicycle had been his wife's and...
November 3rd 05 07:54 PM
by Alex Rodriguez Go to last post
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Carbon Fork length -- crown to axel by Llatikcuf
Just wondering, do carbon forks vary in length (from crown to axel)? More specifically I wanted to know how the Reynolds ouzo forks compare to the Profile...
November 3rd 05 07:04 PM
by Zog The Undeniable Go to last post
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Built like a tank by dvt
Strayhorn wrote: http://www.flmvpa.org/bicycles.htm I love the styling of the frame Dale Aylward's British Airborne Bicycle. The dual top and down tubes and...
November 3rd 05 06:45 PM
by Jasper Janssen Go to last post
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