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Cheap tubular tires ?? by B
Hello: I am looking for a good source for inexpensive 700C tubulars suitable for training on relatively rough roads. I am a big rider (210) and would prefer...
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August 19th 05 04:31 PM
by John Everett Go to last post
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battery for tire light (New Zealand) by [email protected]
I'm stumped. I have recently migrated to NZ and am having trouble finding button batteries for my tire lights. In the US they took L1131. I could get these...
August 19th 05 07:06 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Used Road Posts To Avoid? by pinnah
I'm working on mid 90's vintage bike and need a chromed 27.2 / 250mm post for it. For styling, I'm looking for something along the lines of...
August 19th 05 04:25 AM
by mark Go to last post
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Durable 23c or 25c Road Tires - Recommendations? by Donald Gillies
Continental Grand Prix 3000 tires, 25mm. Excellent low-leakage tubes (michelin). KEEP THEM INFLATED !! I never had a pinch flat, despite weighing 225 lbs. If...
August 18th 05 11:42 PM
by Donald Gillies Go to last post
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When to change slick tires? by Zilla
I road and mtb. Now it's obvous to me when I need to change my mtb tires. But how do I know when to change my slick road tires? Keep track of the mileage? Even...
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August 18th 05 10:52 PM
by Jay Beattie Go to last post
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August 18th 05 09:09 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Brake Question by tlarwa
I am setting up my older Softride Solo for winter riding, and want to put on wider tires (with a bit more aggressive tread - I live in WI) and maybe fenders,...
August 18th 05 05:27 PM
by Bob Cooper Go to last post
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Mattias Kessler of TMobile riding a Pinarello in this year's Tour? by lewdvig
http://www.cyclingnews.com/photos/2005/tour05/tech/?id=telemetry/bio_Daten Neat. I would too. Looks like a Dogma or Prince SL.
August 18th 05 04:01 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Question Regarding Cateye Mity 8 Computer by question man
All - Regarding the Cateye Mity 8 computer: the computer is capable of measuring two wheel sizes. According to the documentation, wheel size 'B' is...
August 18th 05 03:48 PM
by David Damerell Go to last post
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Chainline Questions for fixie conversion project... by Ravi
Hi, For my fixie conversion project, I am at a stage to get the chainline set. Per http://www.sheldonbrown.com/chainline...
August 18th 05 03:44 PM
by Bob in CT Go to last post
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cxp-30 spoke eyelet inserts? by [email protected]
I've had a pair of Mavic CXP-30 rims hanging in my garage for about 5 years. They have never been built, and I bought them used at a bike swap meet. Anwyay I...
August 18th 05 02:53 PM
by Qui si parla Campagnolo Go to last post
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Chain wear measurement by richard
OK, so I bought one of those Park chain checkers - not the expensive one with the dial but the one that, similar to the Rohloff, will either drop between worn...
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August 18th 05 04:55 AM
by jim beam Go to last post
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Scott CR1: Smart Light or Stupid Light by PanFan
Scott's CR1 carbon frames pretty much stand alone as the lightest production frames available at around 850 grams (under 1.9 pounds). I was curious what the...
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August 18th 05 03:31 AM
by PanFan Go to last post
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Sugino Cranks by Kerry
I have always been impressed with Sugino Cranks. Now that I am in the market for a new crankset, I saw some very nice looking doubles on Suginos web page. ...
August 17th 05 09:49 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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understanding how tire size affects trail by gerrit van wijk
The trail will increase, giving you more straight-line tracking and less willingness to carve turns. But 3mm difference is so small you won't notice it. On...
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August 17th 05 09:43 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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OLD Cat Eye calibration by Wound Up
Hello Group I've finally gotten my Trek 1400 tuned up and back on the road after 8 long years. Man, am I sore. It feels great to get back on it and start...
August 17th 05 07:19 PM
by 531Aussie Go to last post
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Hella HL 2000 front LED - any good? heatsinking? by [email protected]
I notice Halfords here in the UK are stocking the Hella HL 2000 LED front lamp under the Bikehut brand, alone or with a charger and NiMHs or bundled with a...
August 17th 05 07:01 PM
by Zog The Undeniable Go to last post
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Movie Breaking Away (1979) by Tom Nakashima
Great movie, I was going to order it on DVD. Love Dave Stroller's red Masi and the famous quote from Raymond Stoller, Dave's father when he's sitting at the...
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August 17th 05 05:30 PM
by Tom Nakashima Go to last post
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Durable 23c or 25c Road Tires - Recommendations? by Alex Rodriguez
In article , says... Hello, I am looking for some recommendations for some durable road tires...
August 17th 05 04:50 PM
by Alex Rodriguez Go to last post
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Durable 23c or 25c Road Tires - Recommendations? by [email protected]
Steve Sr. wrote: Hello, I am looking for some recommendations for some durable road tires that are fairly resistant to punctures and more importantly...
August 17th 05 03:47 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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