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Performance R101 road bike by [email protected]
I'm considering buying Performance R101 (2002?) road bike from a friend. Aluminum frame, carbon fork, tiagra components. Does anyone have any info on this bike...
August 7th 05 02:58 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Avid Shorty 6 on a Bike Friday? by Ted
I was thinking about putting an Avid Shorty 6 brake on the front. The problem is that the Bike Friday uses a 1 1/4 inch steerer tube and cable hangers don't...
August 7th 05 02:10 AM
by Ted Go to last post
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$50k? by Eric Hill
So, lately I've been keeping tabs on PezCyclingNews because I found some interesting writing about training on there. So I says to myself, "Self, maybe they...
August 6th 05 09:09 PM
by Eric Hill Go to last post
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stupid q by ellis
Would 26" mtb wheels fit on a BMX frame, if a mtb fork was used? I know that frame brake bosses won't work with 26" rear wheel, but say a disc brake was used...
August 6th 05 05:52 PM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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WTF: Repair of a Ti road frame by mrbubl
Want to find someone who can weld a cracked Ti frame (GT brand, no warranty due to their bankruptcy). Cracked on the seat tube near the BB. Ideally should be...
August 6th 05 05:44 PM
by Kovie Go to last post
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PANASONIC TOURING BIKE by [email protected]
I just picked up a circa 1985 Panasonic Touring Deluxe bicycle. Anyone know about these bikes? Tange 1000 dbl butted tubing, Shimano components, Canti brakes,...
August 6th 05 04:06 PM
by Robin Hubert Go to last post
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Looking for bottom bracket spacer (ITA) by colnalu
Hi, I wish to alter my chainline by moving BB and chainset to the right by 2 mm. Cheapest way to do this would be to put in a couple of metal o-ring spacers...
August 6th 05 10:15 AM
by colnalu Go to last post
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FIGHT! by Boyle M. Owl
Let the flames begin! http://www.googlefight.com/index.php?lang=en_GB&word1=Campagnolo&word2=Shimano Oooh, that's...
August 6th 05 09:41 AM
by Boyle M. Owl Go to last post
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tire slipping off the rim by Doug Smith
I've had some 1.5" slick tires mounted on my commuter bike (old hardtail mtn bike) for a couple of years. This past winter I didn't ride the bike at all, and...
August 6th 05 05:37 AM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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rekey a kryptonite lock (NY3000) by barbie que
Like a jackass I lost both keys for a brand new Krypto New York 3000 lock (not the one you can pick it with a ball pen), and more so I never registered the...
August 6th 05 05:33 AM
by Werehatrack Go to last post
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Campagnolo Record OR BB dimensions needed by [email protected]
I need the dimensions of a Campagnolo Record OR Bottom Bracket. English thread. I can use one if some one have one. Thanks, Fernando
August 5th 05 11:31 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Weird Bottom Bracket by [email protected]
I have an old folding bike I am working on "hot-rodding", and I am in a quandary about the cranks. The bike is a "Unis" brand folding bike, similar to the...
August 5th 05 11:31 PM
by maxo Go to last post
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HRM died on me, looking at Sigma Sport PC14 and Timex Marathon... by Preston Crawford
Any opinions on which is going to be better quality? I've been Polar for years, but they've dropped their Pacer product. Preston
August 5th 05 10:42 PM
by DNO Go to last post
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Difference between Road Bike & Mntn Bike components? by mo fo
Hello, i am interested in a hybrid bike (Trek 7700FX). It has components from the Shimano mountain bike line, such as Deore XT drivetrain and 520 pedals. What...
August 5th 05 10:16 PM
by Tom Reingold Go to last post
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Floor pump releases 15 psi when removing hose from valve! (normal?) by chrisc
Is this normal? I have presta valves. When I take the hose off , I hear the big pssst . My tires call for 125 psi max. I put 120 in. But I check the tire with...
August 5th 05 03:54 PM
by chrisc Go to last post
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Looking to buy new bike by Michael Press
In article , wrote: Hi, I'm wondering if I can get some opinions on a road bike....
August 5th 05 02:57 PM
by Tom Kunich Go to last post
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Curiosity- why chain on right? by Tom Weaver
Is there any technical reason that the chain on bicycles is located on the right and not the left? Or is it "because that's the way we've always done...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3)
August 5th 05 02:53 PM
by calculus Go to last post
22 531
Chain question - master link by Roser
Hello I wrote here a few weeks back explaining of a rear derailleur failure to my Colnago Asso. After waiting for the proper derailleur hanger, my bike...
August 5th 05 01:51 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
3 184
wobble on fast curve? by CraigNJ
Yikes! Upon leaving a national park of steep hills and starting a nice swift ride down the road leading to it, I was going maybe 30 mph when the road curved...
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August 5th 05 06:53 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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connex 10 speed chain by Steve Karpik
I rider that I coach crashed yesterday in a race on an uphill. She was standing and shifted to a harder gear on the rear derailleur. Something didn't work...
(Multi-page thread 1 2 3 ... Last Page)
August 5th 05 05:11 AM
by Jeff Starr Go to last post
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