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WITH COFFEE by [email protected]
http://goo.gl/OasbBk and donut
March 6th 14 01:43 PM
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OT OT auto battery keeper by [email protected]
Return of The FORD Battery Keeper ! Cleaned n painted right front fender well inside under battery/washer fluid reservoir. This is maintenance at 6 years or...
March 5th 14 02:40 AM
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Cycling Short Recommendation Wanted by Art Harris[_2_]
I'm looking for a good cycling short without the excess padding that seems to be the current fashion. Any recommendations? Thanks, Art
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March 4th 14 12:33 AM
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Performance Bike Hacked by [email protected]
On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 4:08:20 PM UTC-7, sms wrote: I know that Nashbar was hacked a few years ago and now it appears that Performance, one of...
March 2nd 14 03:35 AM
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SUV NEWS by [email protected]
March 1st 14 05:16 PM
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SKI HELMETT ? by [email protected]
On Tuesday, December 31, 2013 10:03:41 PM UTC-5, wrote: ...
March 1st 14 12:21 PM
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Make your own custom color bicycle helmet by Jeff Liebermann
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/01/28/full_colour_3d_printer/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FglwisdGMH8 All you need is a Stratasys Objet500 Connex3...
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March 1st 14 02:35 AM
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Interesting that sometimes its the high end stuff that becomes obsolete. by Sir Ridesalot
Just looking at some old tubular wheels I have here and noticed something very interesting. My ancient hub that takes a thread on freewheel is still useful...
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February 28th 14 05:22 AM
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One of the oldest Bike shops in Ontario closes by [email protected]
Braun's Cycle of Kitchener Ontario looks like it has just closed down. Along with Schipplings, which it purchaced a couple years ago, they have been in...
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February 27th 14 02:49 AM
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LINCOLN SAID... by [email protected]
oldest bike shop in Queens reps 6 Day cycles welding up affair copy of an unusual bicycle design recently seen n a retro review http://www.day6bicycles.com/
February 25th 14 01:41 PM
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PATIENCE by [email protected]
February 25th 14 01:30 PM
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B&M IQ-TEC Premium and USB power by James[_8_]
Well, the sun is starting set a little earlier here in Melbourne, Australia, so I've been able to assess the beam from my B&M IQ-TEC Premium reasonably well at...
February 24th 14 08:56 PM
by Phil W Lee[_2_] Go to last post
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Mechanical disc brakes run backwards by Ralph Barone[_3_]
It appears to me that all disc brakes on the market are meant to be mounted on the left (non-drive) side of the bike. Therefore, any disc brake set used on a...
February 22nd 14 05:13 PM
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9 speed shimano dura ace STIs with 11 speed dura ace mechs and brakes by Graham
I might have the chance of picking up a very nice new bike for a very reasonable price. The only drawback is that it comes kitted out with a dura ace 11 speed...
February 22nd 14 04:41 PM
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Brake Cable Routing = Which way is best for performance? by Sir Ridesalot
When routing cables there have been many ways to do it.First was over the handlebars brake cable housig with long swooping curves. They usedcable clips on the...
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February 22nd 14 02:10 AM
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NYLON STUD TOOL ? by [email protected]
what is the tool for install and remove slotted nylon headless studs ? or the DIY tool method ? http://goo.gl/gmx5A7
February 21st 14 06:13 PM
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Cyclist saved from dog by AMuzi
warm and fuzzy good neighbor story http://www.katc.com/news/pit-bull-shot-after-attacking-lafayette-cyclist/ -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open...
February 21st 14 03:53 AM
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Semi-OT People believe helmets are designed to break on impact thus giving protection! by Jeff Liebermann
On Mon, 10 Feb 2014 16:59:24 -0800 (PST), Sir Ridesalot wrote: Seems to me that a lot of people are sadly very misinformed as...
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February 20th 14 12:49 PM
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CAD Drawing for Bicycle Parts? by Ramer W. Streed
Where can I find 3D CAD drawings for Bicycle parts? I am making a Tadpole Recumbent Tricycle and want to draw it up in 3D CAD. I have AutoCAD Inventor at...
February 18th 14 04:02 AM
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WASHINGTON'S WALKS by [email protected]
Washington's Trail Tour, a tough ride back in December. Folks back in Virginia, the nation state, may have sent George out to rid themselves...
February 18th 14 03:45 AM
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