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BICYCLE DAYS by [email protected]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_lysergic_acid_diethylamide The events of the first LSD trip, now known as "Bicycle Day", after the bicycle ride home,...
February 17th 15 08:31 PM
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Notes on rebuilding to a Jobst wheel and on SunRace 5spd freewheel by Duane[_4_]
MK1000 wrote: On 16/02/2015 8:14 PM, Duane wrote: MK1000 wrote: On 16/02/2015 1:07 PM, Duane wrote: ...
February 17th 15 11:04 AM
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MTB bicycle spokes/rims. by Ian Field
My salvage sources turned up a back wheel with unusual spoke arrangement - the spoke nipples seem to be arranged in pairs with big gaps between pairs. It has...
February 14th 15 05:38 PM
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opposed piston engines as opposed to horizontally opposed "boxer" engines. by Blue Heeler[_4_]
Darryl I mentioned the Napier Deltic earlier - here is pictures of one and a animated graphic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yftg5Ip0YlA Noddy. It's...
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February 14th 15 05:00 AM
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pseudologica fantastica by Peter Howard
News item below. I never knew there was a name for Jute's psychiatric condition. Turns out that not only has it got a name but Googling for "pseudologica...
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February 14th 15 04:37 AM
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Overade Plixi folding cycling helmet available in Central London by Andre Jute[_2_]
According to the makers of a new folding bicycle helmet on sale in Central London: "The main reason why urban cyclists take the risk of not wearing a helmet...
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February 14th 15 01:43 AM
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Jay, the light you need is back in stock on Amazon by sms
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K7SRZ4Y
February 12th 15 04:13 PM
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Paging Andre Jute by Nick Maclaren[_3_]
I have been told on uk.rec.cycling.moderated that you have a stiff, upright bicycle! Can I ask what it is? My Email address is real. I need one where I can...
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February 12th 15 03:34 PM
by Andre Jute[_2_] Go to last post
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Video of Conner Wood Bicycles use of Sketchup by Jeff Liebermann
2:52. Nice promotional video for and by Trimble Sketchup. Not much detail in 3 mins, but plenty of shots of the various parts and how they go together. Fill...
February 12th 15 01:13 AM
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Paging Andrew: Silca Floor Pump Parts by jbeattie
Andrew and all, I have a Silca floor pump that is 30 or so years old, and the leather washer backs up against a plastic disk (about 3/4" deep) that threads on...
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February 11th 15 01:16 PM
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Buying a bottom bracket and crankset for an older bike online? by [email protected]
In reply to my thread about old-fashioned cranksets and bottom brackets, Jay Beattie wrote: "Personally, I'd go get a modern 2-piece Ultegra compact crank...
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February 11th 15 03:02 AM
by Ralph Barone[_3_] Go to last post
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Shimano CX50 cantilever brakes by John B. Slocomb
I've come across Shimano BR-CX50 (or 70) cantilever brakes and I see mention of what seems to information that they can be used with conventional Shimano STI...
February 11th 15 02:38 AM
by Ralph Barone[_3_] Go to last post
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SUV NEWS by [email protected]
THE FOLLOWING IS A JEEP AD ... GooNews has a pile of...
February 10th 15 01:46 PM
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Dynohub drag by Lou Holtman[_8_]
I just completed my Edelux II setup. To give Jay piece of mind (or not) about the drag I spinned the dynohub wheel (SON edelux) with and without the...
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February 9th 15 01:06 PM
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Review: St. John's St. Cycles cheapie 110 PCD alloy crankset (~$60.00US) for old-fashioned BBs by [email protected]
The crankset itself is pretty nice, but the supplied steel chainrings are really lousy. That's OK, though, because $60 is still a very good price for such a...
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February 8th 15 06:07 PM
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Buying a longer seat post and stem for an older bike online? It'sthe only place to buy them! by sms
My son and daughter are enamored with my wife's old road bike. It was a little too big for my wife, and it's about 2cm too small for my son, especially with...
February 8th 15 05:35 PM
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NYT BICYCLE by [email protected]
http://query.nytimes.com/search/sitesearch/#/BICYCLE/from20140601to20150207/allresults/1/allauthors/newest/
February 8th 15 12:52 AM
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Nice old Durace pedals with misbegotten, obsolete cleat system by [email protected]
Pardon my poor memory, but can any of you peoples remind me what the name of this old Shimano cleat system from the 1980s...
February 7th 15 05:39 PM
by AMuzi Go to last post
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3cad by [email protected]
http://fusion360.autodesk.com/about?ts_c=digital&ts_s=Bizo&ts_d=Banners&mktvar002=Fusion360Media
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February 7th 15 01:19 PM
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Cornstarch vs. Talc by [email protected]
.........dave http://goo.gl/Nz9LQy
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February 4th 15 09:11 PM
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