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casette shifting, again by Emanuel Berg[_3_]
Maybe you remember my problem with the smaller sprockets being unreachable. After degreasing and lubing the whole thing it got better, but then the problem...
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Today 02:04 AM
by Jeff Liebermann Go to last post
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A few months waxing chain by Tanguy Ortolo
Hello all, A couple of months have passed since I switched to wax for chain lubrication. I would estimate I rode about 3,000 kilometers with my chain...
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Today 01:49 AM
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Thinking about buying a Cheap Chinese knockoff or anything? by Sir Ridesalot
If you're like Tom and are thinking about buying a cheap Chinese knockoff of anything pertaining to bicycling then you might want to read this. When it comes...
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Today 01:00 AM
by John B. Slocomb Go to last post
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Stupid People And Cheap Carbon Rims by [email protected]
Today 12:00 AM
by jbeattie Go to last post
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SKS RENNKOMPRESSOR: A superior, recommended floor pump by Andre Jute[_2_]
A floor pump I really like, to the extent that we have two of them, is the SKS Rennkompressor. It has several available heads, but the best one is a...
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Yesterday 11:19 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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No More Interbike by sms
Following the move from Las Vegas to Reno, and dismal attendance by manufacturers and customers alike, the 2019 show has been...
December 14th 18 11:05 PM
by sms Go to last post
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McLaren entering pro bicycle racing by Andre Jute[_2_]
In case you don't know why McLaren is a big deal, I found this article on the Formula One page (https://www.bbc.com/sport/formula1...
December 13th 18 11:13 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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A bit of a Do by John B. slocomb
Sunday we had a bit of a do here in Thailand. The King led a bicycle ride which was well attended and the riders got a free tee shirt...
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December 13th 18 07:50 AM
by news18 Go to last post
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Keep on trucking? by Andre Jute[_2_]
https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/12/amazon-trucking-government-regulation-should-be-rolled-back/ I wouldn't want to be cycling next to that truck when it...
December 12th 18 11:27 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Put Interrupter levers on MTB Drop bar bike and drop bar levers nowfeel spongy by Sir Ridesalot
Hi there. I put Interupter levers on an MTB Drop bar bike with cantilever brakes and now drop bar levers feel spongy. The interrupter levers feel fine. Any...
December 12th 18 02:37 AM
by John B. slocomb Go to last post
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Torque for installing Bombshell crank by dstamat[_3_]
Dear All, I want to install a Bombshell Spinnergy Mini crank (2 piece crank with 24mm axle) but in order to do this I need to know how tight the left crankarm...
December 10th 18 01:28 AM
by James[_8_] Go to last post
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cycling along the kiddie path by AMuzi
http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/newsroom/incidentreports/incident.cfm?id=23278 Segregated paths can be so quiet and serene. No pesky cars, pedestrians,...
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December 8th 18 04:27 PM
by jbeattie Go to last post
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What kind of pump am I supposed to use on this bike? by [email protected]
Old Supergo Access hardtail MTB made from Columbus Cromor, with a top peg brazed behind the seat tube. Gotta be Shrader. Top and bottom mounts look like...
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December 7th 18 05:29 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Danger from CF rims by [email protected]
I previously bought a set of 50 mm deep Carbon Fiber rims. These were clinchers and were 23 mm wide on the brake surfaces. These have performed...
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December 5th 18 07:02 PM
by jbeattie Go to last post
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Tube cement, which brand is best? by Joerg[_2_]
I've got a bunch of patch kits that contain yellow "Propatch" cement tubes. On Sunday I had to use a kit, as usual for another rider. We found the hole,...
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December 3rd 18 07:59 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Noise from new Sunrace cassette by Joerg[_2_]
After installing a new Sunrace 40-11T cassette (minus one cog), a new chain and a new rear derailer the road bike can now climb hills much better. 40T as...
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December 2nd 18 06:02 AM
by Sir Ridesalot Go to last post
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Dirty Dozen 2018 by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
2018 "Dirty Dozen" race in Pittsburgh, climbing 13 of the steepest hills in the Pittsburgh area, and perhaps the...
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December 2nd 18 04:16 AM
by news18 Go to last post
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NY ♥ cyclists! by AMuzi
Well, except for that one guy: https://nypost.com/2018/11/30/hundreds-of-tacks-dumped-on-popular-bike-lane/ Acme brand tacks probably... -- Andrew Muzi ...
December 1st 18 10:39 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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A good test of bicycle, rider and components by Sir Ridesalot
This looks like a race where you don't want anything on your bicycle or yourself to fail. Is it gnarly enough for Joerg?...
November 29th 18 11:32 PM
by Sir Ridesalot Go to last post
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Interesting track crashes by Sir Ridesalot
An interesting video of track bicycles crashing. Amazing what happens when a tubular tire comes off the rim. I was surprised at how long one rider stayed up -...
November 29th 18 10:25 PM
by Sir Ridesalot Go to last post
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