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not enough standards by AMuzi
https://cyclingindustry.news/knolly-bikes-puts-own-trail-twist-on-12x157mm-rear-axle-standard/ Hell, I can remember way back when a guy could swap wheels...
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January 23rd 18 04:49 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Biking on icy roads by Andy
Decided to see how cycling on icy roads would be. Not too bad using a mountain bike. Andy
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January 23rd 18 02:32 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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Cycling along the road to ruin by AMuzi
Starts with a cycling traffic citation then ends, promptly, after resisting...
January 22nd 18 10:42 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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combination spanners with different inclinations by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Did anyone bother with this for bike mechanics? I just noticed two of my 10mm combination spanners have their open ends in opposite directions. I suppose...
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January 20th 18 07:07 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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waterproof bicycle seat cover by Andy
I am looking for recommendations for a waterproof bicycle seat cover. I will be riding with it, so it needs to be sturdy. Thanks, Andy
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January 20th 18 12:06 AM
by Roger Merriman[_4_] Go to last post
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pull tight by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
If one pulls a wheel axle nut too tight, to the point that something is damaged, what will that be? The axle, the thread, the frame, the nut, the tool, the arm...
January 19th 18 12:32 AM
by Frank Miles Go to last post
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bumpy ride on flat street by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
If you experience very small bumps altho you can't see any on the surface, is this the rear wheel not being trued or what possible causes are there? --...
January 18th 18 10:05 PM
by Ian Field Go to last post
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Google thefts by SMS
Yes, I often see the Google Bikes abandoned. Apple bikes too, but to a lesser extent.
January 18th 18 03:18 PM
by SMS Go to last post
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handlebar by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
On steel frame bikes, what material are handlebars typically made of? It seems lighter and more shiny than the frame, but perhaps this is a property of the...
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January 16th 18 08:01 PM
by sms Go to last post
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hole in chain stay by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Today there was a guy with a MTB and on the chain stay there was a small drilled hole, maybe 5mm in diameter. The hole didn't go out on the other side so it...
January 16th 18 07:08 AM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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The lighter side of innovation by AMuzi
https://www.pezcyclingnews.com/features/the-best-goofiest-gear-ideas-in-road-cycling/#.Wli1q0q99hM -- Andrew Muzi www.yellowjersey.org/ Open every day...
January 15th 18 09:14 PM
by Joerg[_2_] Go to last post
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Right to the Canadian road by Frank Krygowski[_4_]
https://cyclingmagazine.ca/sections/news/winter-cyclists-ottawa-police-back/ -- - Frank Krygowski
January 15th 18 06:12 PM
by Frank Krygowski[_4_] Go to last post
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Looking for short cranks by dstamat[_3_]
Dear All, I would like to buy a short (i.e. less that 150mm) hollowtech-compatible 104BCD 4-arm single-ring (~42mm chainline) crank. Do you have any...
January 15th 18 12:48 AM
by Frank Krygowski[_4_] Go to last post
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handlebars geometry by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Is anyone in possession of a good image/figure with different handlebars geometries, their names or designations, and possibly even some related properties or...
January 13th 18 11:06 PM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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FLU by [email protected]
On Monday, November 20, 2017 at 4:13:46 PM UTC-7, wrote: Door handles….shopping carts …..everything on the shelves wash before stocking...
January 13th 18 05:18 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Anyone wear a helmet or elbow pads 4 black ice conditions? by Sir Ridesalot
Just wondering if when it's known that there can be black ice on the roads if anyone here wears a helmet or other protection (such as elbow pads) that they'd...
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January 12th 18 10:17 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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Puzzle by [email protected]
January 11th 18 04:16 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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wheel sizes on trailers by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
I have four bicycle trailers. But I have modified them so it is not possible to connect them to bikes anymore, at least not the way it was intended, as I have...
January 10th 18 06:50 AM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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tire sizes by Emanuel Berg[_2_]
Turning the place into a DIY shop was the best thing I ever did! Surprisingly, as it was never "closed" and there were always tons of goofballs working on...
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January 10th 18 04:45 AM
by Emanuel Berg[_2_] Go to last post
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flat (or dare I say it: hi-riser) bars on my old Paramount by [email protected]
I am such an old coot that I don't feel comfortable bending down over my drop bars anymore, and I never seem to ride down in the drops. So I am thinking I'd be...
January 10th 18 01:00 AM
by Oculus Lights[_2_] Go to last post
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