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A bridge too far? by Mikefule
Last Friday I rode 40 miles on the 28, at the end of which, I felt that my Velo saddle was taking liberties with my private anatomy. On Monday (at lunchtime)...
August 22nd 03 05:56 PM
by Mikefule Go to last post
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Shifting on the fly PING Harper by harper
Leo- I have discussed this before way back when. I have made small diameter slip clutches (3"-4") and found that it takes a lot of axial force to keep them...
August 22nd 03 04:47 PM
by unibiker Go to last post
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chinese legs by ubersquish
i have a 24" torker with an 11" seatpost and am 5'6". i'm barely able to ride it, even with the seatpost all the way down. i've read that that size post is for...
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August 22nd 03 10:00 AM
by Gumbo Go to last post
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what's single/double keyed mean? by Sofa
in regards to hubs and cranks -- Sofa - My Custom Beard 'Absolutely right, Sofa!' - General consensus on...
August 22nd 03 08:42 AM
by andrew_carter Go to last post
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Most Miles Yet... by paco
James wrote: *I often smoke and ride Yes i know smoking is bad and blah blah blah (I have heard it all before) * Think about it this way-- Smoking...
August 21st 03 10:29 PM
by gerblefranklin Go to last post
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29er update (woe's me) by jagur
i had my 29er together and running for the last week but do to a compatability problem between the Profile cranx and the Prototype hub its just not right. i...
August 21st 03 07:23 PM
by Mojoe Go to last post
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nongrippy metal pedals by ubersquish
are there any nonplastic pedals that won't totally destroy foam sandals? the plastic spindles on my torker pedals sorta worry me. and it just seems sort of...
August 21st 03 07:14 PM
by paco Go to last post
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Trials Pedals. What do you LIKE. by Logan_A.
Hey this is my second post about me now having a job and being able to afford things. My brothers friend works at a bike store so he can get me a nice deal on...
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August 21st 03 01:06 PM
by m_extreme_uni Go to last post
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Hey!! by zod
Wow, nice code :rolleyes: -- zod - Icey Hot Stunta(z) iunicycle wrote: *Putting it back in is harder than pulling it...
August 21st 03 10:58 AM
by Tory Lugo Go to last post
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Riding with the girls... by chirokid
Had a great time Uni riding with two of my daughters tonight. As soon as I got home from work, my 8 year old asked if I would go ride unicycles with her? ...
August 21st 03 06:30 AM
by Mandell Go to last post
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Question for vancouver island muni by john_childs
Check the thread titled 'Vimw' (http://tinyurl.com/ko87) Here is the important info: 4: (You are now Past Courtenay) You will get to a turn off on your ...
August 21st 03 03:15 AM
by john_childs Go to last post
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Muni pedals - what do you like? by john_childs
The Wellgo B27's and B37's are OK pedals. However, they do eat bearings because of the design of the pedal. They use the same basic design as the Easton...
August 21st 03 01:49 AM
by nathan Go to last post
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Meet Mr. Pavement by chirokid
Ouch!!! That's gotta hurt. I never pass Bikes. Maybe I need to add a Blue Shift to my wish list. A geared uni... wow! Hope you heal quickly. ...
August 20th 03 08:29 PM
by nathan Go to last post
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661 Pressure Suit by onefiftyfour
http://pricepoint.com/media/661_PressureSuitGray.jpg] Is that paranoia? A buddy's muni caused arm fracture in austin last sunday has inspired me to get arm...
August 20th 03 05:33 AM
by gbarnes Go to last post
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Wellgo B-27, rebuildable? by ratherbekayaking
Well, I killed mine. While riding around town, one of the pedals fell off, so you can imagine how bad I let them get. I can't seem to find a rebuild kit, nor...
August 20th 03 01:24 AM
by john_childs Go to last post
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idling and wheel sizes by Mikefule
Hi, welcome to the sport. First, the wheel sizes. The simple answer is that a 20 inch wheel is 20 inches in diameter; a 24 inch wheel is 24 inches in...
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August 19th 03 07:29 AM
by john_childs Go to last post
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who wants this Yuni frame? by jagur
tonite i boxed up a never used 24" Yuni frame that i never ended up using back when SH sent my one of the Proto 24's of his to use. its worth $42 bucks credit...
August 18th 03 09:45 PM
by jagur Go to last post
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Planning on getting my first Unicycle.... what do you guys think of this one?!? by CETME
Hey guys, I'm in the process of learning Flatland BmX and I ran somehow thought of Unicycling. I figured it would be real fun, and would be a great aid for...
August 18th 03 09:43 PM
by john_childs Go to last post
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Vimw by unilaur
Hey everyone! I'd like to appologize for the lack of information as of so far to everyone about Vancouver Island MUni Weekend, as all of you know it is the...
August 16th 03 12:07 PM
by unilaur Go to last post
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Extra Wheel, Tire, Hub and Cranks??? by chirokid
John_Childs just wrote on another thread that he added 1/2 a unicycle to his collection (He now has 9.5 unicycles, did I mention I hate John :D) He wrote: *"I...
August 15th 03 04:04 PM
by gingerfreek Go to last post
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