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Sram Trigger shifters by Sheldon Brown
Rick Onanian wrote: A couple posts in the ShimaNO threads mentioned Sram Trigger shifters. I can't find them on Sram's website. Anybody have any...
August 15th 03 05:07 PM
by B. Sanders Go to last post
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Best frame for TT bike? by John Crankshaw
Give some leads to finding a good TT frame. How does the Cervelo P2K stack up?
August 15th 03 06:53 AM
by patch70 Go to last post
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15,000 km on my Brooks saddle and it's not broken in yet? by Keith Boone
I have a Brooks Professional saddle, the kind with "Pre-Softened" stamped on the top. I love this saddle, and although I sometimes try other saddles I always...
August 15th 03 12:39 AM
by Rick Onanian Go to last post
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Mounting fenders and blackburn lowriders by Marten Hoffmann
schreef ... Has anyone tried mounting esge/sks front fenders and blackburn lowrider racks? The fenders have a plastic piece that...
August 14th 03 04:34 PM
by David Damerell Go to last post
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Orientation of brakes by mary
I notice that my rear brake is controlled by my right hand. I am right handed. If a person is left handed should that be switched since you have (?) more...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 14th 03 03:07 PM
by Marten Hoffmann Go to last post
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freehub and downtube shifters by JimBob
I have a rear wheel that has a Campag screw on hub. The BB on the frame is Shimano. I would like to utilise it as a commute/trainer bike and so would like...
August 14th 03 09:38 AM
by Clive George Go to last post
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Ahh! PITA tubulars and old bikes by Phil, Squid-in-Training
Wow. So talk about me being a dumbass. Here's the chronology: 1. Friend 1 talks about being interested in road bike 2. Friend 1 and I go get an old road...
August 14th 03 06:59 AM
by James Thomson Go to last post
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American Classic hub failure by WiScottsin
"John S" wrote in message ... Over the weekend my AC rear hub began to disengage...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 13th 03 06:49 PM
by Todd Kuzma Go to last post
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A helpful hint that may combat fatigue on long rides by Jon Bond
"Peter" wrote in message ... An often overlooked source of fatigue and possible...
August 13th 03 05:29 PM
by rb Go to last post
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aluminum frames? -- not a troll by Jim Flom
Are aluminum frames "still" "bad?" This LBS guy that I am gravitating to (by virtue of geography and I bought my good bike there) will flat out NOT sell me an...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 13th 03 01:58 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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How to walk safely in clipless road shoes by Mike Jacoubowsky
i recently saw small black SPD covers at my local bike shop. does anyone make something similar for look cleats??? They're called "Kool Kovers" and...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
August 13th 03 01:34 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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New Bike by Swain \ Tallsilver\ Piver
Just picked up my '04 Giant OCR I today and am very pleased with what I see. Just rode it around the parking lot but the Ultegra shifters are nice compared to...
August 13th 03 12:10 PM
by B a r r y B u r k e J r . Go to last post
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chain un-stretch? by larry english
i have been measuring chain stretch on my shimano chain. 8 speed sora components. i think it;s an "hg" style chain. i replaced it at 3000 miles. so these...
August 12th 03 06:41 PM
by larry english Go to last post
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How to shop for replacement bottom bracket? by eric34
Heres what I have: A shimano bike with a relatively modern BB (well, within 15 years old..) It probably used to have LX or 1 group lower groupo. Heres the...
August 12th 03 06:23 PM
by andres muro Go to last post
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Quality of DAVINCI Aluminum road frame at $450 Canadian by Peter
I am considering a Davinci Aluminum road frame. Sorry I don't recall the model I was looking at right now. I do remember that it cost $450 Canadian. Is this a...
August 12th 03 05:20 PM
by Peter Go to last post
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Old bike and a rider who hasn't ridden in a while by Garrison Hilliard
From: (Laura) I have a rusty Huffy mountain bike with dual suspension that I would like to start riding again. The poor bike has...
August 12th 03 04:26 PM
by Steve Juniper Go to last post
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Replacing Campy Record brake lever? by James Negris
Can anyone tell me how to replace a Campy Record carbon brake lever (just the lever, not the entire Ergo unit)? How do I remove the pin that fastens the lever...
August 12th 03 01:53 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Old bike and a rider who hasn't ridden in a while by Laura
I have a rusty Huffy mountain bike with dual suspension that I would like to start riding again. The poor bike has spent more time sitting around than being...
August 12th 03 09:54 AM
by Ron Hardin Go to last post
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noise after chain change by Pierre Feller
Hi, No noise before the chain change and now a rhythmical metallic noise only running under pressure (up a hill) and on the middle front blade (3 x 9...
August 11th 03 08:18 PM
by David Kunz Go to last post
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Ultra low maintenance bicycle wheels ? by AD
Does such a critter exist? I remember purchasing a childs bicycle with heavy cast aluminum wheels almost 20 years ago, and this product proved truly...
August 11th 03 07:33 PM
by Chalo Go to last post
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