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Outstanding Coverage on the Mexican Pig Flu Pandemic by [email protected]
On Apr 30, 10:59*am, " wrote: http://www.khow.com/pages/boyles.html*(Listen to todays show on streaming...
May 1st 09 10:54 AM
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Bamboo Bike Maker Grows His Frames, Bonsai Style by Kyle Petersen
Now if he can find a way to grow tires out of bamboo, we won't have to fix any more flats. http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2008/09/growing-bamboo/
May 1st 09 04:04 AM
by Kyle Petersen Go to last post
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question about Carradice saddlebags (Barley) by Woland99
Howdy - I am considering getting Carradice Barley bag for my touring bike (Novara Randonee). I hope that it will provide somewhat flexible storage - small...
April 30th 09 04:01 PM
by Frank Krygowski[_2_] Go to last post
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Now this guy LOVES biking! by Kyle Petersen
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/7095134.stm Kyle
April 30th 09 03:31 AM
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traffic in America is product of Stupid Design by KingOfTheApes
Just like God did... Do you believe in "Intelligent Design" or "Stupid Design"? OK, if there's a god (that's a "BIG IF") and he created an...
April 28th 09 02:23 PM
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99-cent bike racks for sale at Harbor Freight by Paul M. Hobson[_2_]
http://www.flickr.com/photos/p_myron_h/3467664208/in/photostream/ Get yours while the gettin' is good. -- Paul M. Hobson ..:change the f to ph to reply:.
April 28th 09 03:21 AM
by Paul M. Hobson[_2_] Go to last post
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A firm but wide saddle - recommend one! by Baka Dasai
As the subject says, I'm looking for a saddle that's firm, wide and relatively flat (ie, not a rounded top). Also cheap! I've been riding a Brooks B17 for the...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
April 27th 09 11:02 PM
by Hank Wirtz Go to last post
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we can supply varied styles and colors shoes,clothing,bags ect. by Miller Fu
We can supply varied styles and colors clothing,shoes,jeans,t- shrits,handbags,sunglasses,belts,cap,watch. .if you need to place an order. i will offer the...
April 27th 09 01:55 AM
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PING Ed Dolan by [email protected]
Ed baby, where in hell are you when we need you?
April 25th 09 11:26 PM
by Tom Keats Go to last post
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Specialized Bicycle Components Recalls - April 2009 by Ablang
Subject: News from CPSC - Two Recalls This message consists of the following: 1. Specialized Bicycle Components Recalls Bicycles Due to Serious Fall Hazard...
April 25th 09 04:41 PM
by SMS Go to last post
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Hello by Kyle Petersen
Hi, all. Just joined this group. I'm hoping to find / share some useful and fun info on cycling.
April 24th 09 09:06 PM
by Kyle Petersen Go to last post
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Traffic Cameras: The Sheep are Fighting Back! by ComandanteBanana
You'd assume that the American people would get ****ed when Big Brother puts x-ray machines that can see their most private parts at airports, or when their...
(Multi-page thread 1 2)
April 24th 09 08:33 PM
by Ken Freeman Go to last post
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Some (hopefully) interesting articles... by Sandlin
I thought you might be interested in...
April 24th 09 06:35 PM
by Sandlin Go to last post
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Some lock advice from a locksmith by Ablang
Some lock advice from a locksmith (I posted this in another thread, but I thought I would start a new one for all of those people who will search it out in...
April 23rd 09 05:23 PM
by dgk Go to last post
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Corn and bicycling? by [email protected][_2_]
Hello, On a dare, I'm writing an essay that tries to tie in bicycling with corn. However, I'm unsure about how I want to approach this. I emailed the...
April 23rd 09 04:26 PM
by ru4linux2 Go to last post
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Why don't we have "golf carts" like these going around? by ComandanteBanana
This is a somewhat related thread going around... Originally Posted by red house "It would be immoral to dodge an asteroid - if it were big enough...
April 22nd 09 09:18 PM
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You'd never buy a bike and ride it in traffic by ComandanteBanana
(From Bike Forums, I answer at bottom) "WASHINGTON Micro cars can give motorists top-notch fuel efficiency at a competitive price, but the insurance...
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April 22nd 09 05:23 PM
by ComandanteBanana Go to last post
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Betjeman - Bicycles by James Thomson
Myfanwy at Oxford Pink may, double may, dead laburnum Shedding an Anglo-Jackson shade, Shall we ever, my staunch Myfanwy, Bicycle down to North Parade? Kant...
April 21st 09 04:14 PM
by James Thomson Go to last post
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Totally off Topic but . . . by Erness Wild
Is it just our area, or has the price of a loaf of bread more than doubled in the last three years? -- A website is a place, where, when you go there, it...
April 21st 09 05:35 AM
by Tom Keats Go to last post
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Truth for all US people by johnty
On 18 Apr, 19:48, Spender wrote: Children trained at a young age about guns are the ones least likely to ever get into trouble with...
April 19th 09 07:12 PM
by Spender Go to last post
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