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Cause we don't just transport ourselves.

Show us your racks, packs, panniers, satchels, suitcases and cargoshorts.

How does /n/ carry cargo?
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>>1011448
Anyone use a racktop trunk bag?

What's do you think of it?

I'm considering getting one for general use since my Panniers are larger and caus much more drag than they're worth.
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bags w/ compression straps > rack + panniers
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>>1011452
How does it attach to the bike?

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This basket of useless, obsolete rigid-MTB parts is worth more than your house

Think about that
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Coolio
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>>1011431

1 X + D I S C


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTy0InL2q1g
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>>1011434
I wonder how that FD manages to pull the chain all the way up there

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I just broke this lock open with my fucking hands. And I'm 150 pounds ottermode.
>5 digit combination chain lock in an ALUMINIUM casing
>sleeve that I could cut with leatherman scissors
I didn't steal a bike, I found the lock with a snapped chain on the ground in a park. If the thief had known how much easier he could have had it...

e/n/tertainment thread I guess
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Chain was pinned.

A proper lock wouldn't do that.

Combination locks are garbage anyway, if you have good ears and you're not wearing gloves you can open it up without destroying it
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>>1011393
Maybe the idea is that if a bike simply LOOKS to be securely locked, 90% of thieves will leave it alone.
>I'm not saying it's a great idea -- I'm just saying
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Theres a video of a bike sting operation where a nice yank using the bars and saddle would break cheap locks with minimal damage to the bike.

Try it, no tools required

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Hello,

Any tandem riders out there? I'm thinking of getting one and attaching a skeleton to the back seat and am just wanting to hear your thoughts.
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I think that's an excellent idea
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Make sure you clip it's feet in so it pedals
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You should attach the skeleton to the front seat instead

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Is this a common form of transportation for anyone?
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>>1011145
>Is this a common form of transportation for anyone?
For children and hobo manchildren.

It's the stupidest form of transportation. If you want to go to a skatepark or do tricks fine, but otherwise it's retarded.
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>>1011145
>skateboarding
>transportation
it sucks for that purpose. it´s okay if you just want to skate down the block and back but is not useful for actual traveling/ commuting because you´d have to be pretty good at it to not crash. also, skate to work? you´ll look like a manchild nobody at your workplace will take you serious
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A guy at my old job used to long board to work. He also had a neck beard, bragged about being a functional alcoholic, and didn't have a car because he got into an accident while intoxicated.

He was also always really sweaty when he got to work. It was fucking disgusting.

No judgement if you do it for fun, but for transportation, I don't think it's a good idea.

hey /n/
i just traded a keyboard for a skateboard with risers and lomgboard wheels
could i use this as a daily transportation to school?
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end your life today
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No you can't.
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Yes, but only once. Because when you arrive the cool kids will beat the shit out of you for being such a fucking loser, and then even the uncool kids will start whaling on you, sensing in your predicament an opportunity to even temporarily elevate themselves from the lowest rung of the ladder. And so you'll die, under a hail of pasty, underdeveloped fists, surrounded by the gurning faces of nerds and dweebs taking possibly their life's only chance to victimise someone below them in the social pecking order: The Longboard Commuter.

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I'm out on the W&OD trail in northern Virginia. Enjoying the beautiful quasi-fall weather and doing a bit of exploring. Never been this far before. Figure I'll turn back after my water break.

What sort of exploring does /n/ enjoy?
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>>1010846
That's not the W&OD Trail. That is perhaps a pic from one of the connecting trails but not the W&OD. I ride the 90 miles on the trail down and back at least once a week.

That being said, rural exploration in exurban areas is the best. North of Leesburg in Waterford, Lovettsville, Taylorstown, etc. is the shit for NOVA folks.
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>>1010875
Yes it is... it's in Vienna. That connection you see is heading into a park. I took the picture with the trail behind me.

But yeah, I love checking out little areas off of the trail, especially Herndon town center and Reston tow center.
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Check out the Carolina bbq brothers in Ashburn. Great little local place right on the trail. https://g.co/kgs/x95mza

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What is a good bike to buy for a four-mile commute and some weekend adventures?

I'd like to keep the price under $500, but flexing is possible if the quality is good.
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any bike will do 4u
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go see the used 90's mtb thread.
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>>1010696

Do you have any good bikes that you'd recommend?

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>[Dhaka, Bangladesh] almost completely lacks the basic infrastructure and rule of law that make big cities navigable. There are just 60 traffic lights in Dhaka, and they are more or less ornamental; few drivers heed them. The main problem with Dhaka’s anarchic streets, though, is that there aren’t enough. The Daily Star has reported that just 7 percent of Dhaka is covered by roads. (In places like Paris and Barcelona, models of 19th-century urban planning, the number is around 30 percent.) Footpaths are also an issue. There are too few sidewalks in...
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>>1010479
>barcelona
>model of urban planning
something tells me you've never been to spain
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>>1010482
it says
>model of 19th century urban planning
which Barcelona basically is. Doesn't mean it's a model for anything
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>>1010479
>>1010482
>>1010572

>>1005913

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Thread for good /n/-related books and books that every good citize/n/ should read.

This can include the following (as a guideline):

BIKES: bicycle repair books, history of bicycles, introductions and guides to cycling, books about professional cycling, books about bicycle touring.

RAILROADS AND TRAINS: history of railways and trains, history of subways and streetcars, railway and train design, polemics on the future of trains.

CITIES AND URBAN DESIGN: history of the evolution of cities, anti-private-automobile tracts/rants, good design of roads.

Also,...
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I like to read, but somehow I haven't come across many /n/-related books I like enough to recommend. I'm looking forward to reading Road to Valor soon, I've heard good things about it.


>Bikes
Bicycling Science by David Wilson
-Great primer on the physics and physiology that explain how bicycles function and are ridden. Also includes some general background on the development of bicycles and other HPVs. Worth reading for any mechanic or rider who wants to really understand why things work the way they do. Only thing...
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>>1009519
you should get on your bike and fuck off back to /pol/ m8
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>>1009514

I read this. An entire book about bicycle wheels.

Imagine your grandpa is drunk and has autism and wants you to know that everything you know about bike wheels is wrong

After I read it I sat down to true a wheel and made it much much worse. The wheel is still sitting in my basement three years later

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I love to cycle in the early morning when it's still dark, when there are no filthy cagers on the street, and I get to see the sky turn purple and then that eerie fresh dim light blue.

Driving my car later in the day I'm respectful to the faggotass Lycra donning numale queers, giving them space and allowing them to cross the roads. I always make sure to share the road safely and properly.

>secretly want to run them over

What is this way of thinking called? Do I have a persecution complex or something.
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>>1008801
That's what cars will do to you.

One anon on here once made a good point. He wrote that if you look at car commercials, you'll always see the car speeding by on a scenic and completely empty road to the sound of soothing music. When the reality is that most of the time you sit in traffic or are looking for a parking spot, to the sound of horns and yelling kids. You react to cyclists this way because they interfere with that dream of speeding down a free road, which you associate with your car. The...
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>>1008801
Why do you feel the need to insult people who choose appropriate, comfortable clothes for riding their bikes?
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>>1008818
It's not an insult if it's true. Is calling someone white an insult? Is calling someone black an insult?

Half advice thread, half shitty blog post

Hey /n/. I'm 26, and today I learned how to ride a bike. I never had one as a kid and always wanted one. Had been thinking about it the last couple of years, but never had any free time until recently

So on monday of last week, someone had parked a pretty old, pretty shitty bike behind our dumpster and it's just sat there. A magna excitor, something you'd find at walmart. Well yesterday I figured they were just trying to throw it away, so no harm in taking it home

I've never been on a bike before...
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>>1008596
As for exactly what tools you'll need, I'd wait and see what comes with the bike and also how much assembly/tuning is required. But you'll probably only need 4 and 5mm hex wrenches, a phillips screwdriver, a pedal wrench, and grease for the pedal threads and seatpost. Frankly, if you're starting with absolutely no knowledge at all, I would recommend you pay a bike shop to assemble this bike (or at the very least do a safety check on it after you assemble it) to verify that bolts are tightened sufficiently,...
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>>1008596
Not a bad choice. Ride errday, give no fucks, and stay safe.
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>So I bought a bike. A decent one (I think?). After a bit of research, I settled on an Airborne Guardian.

It's a solid choice. It avoids the biggest flaw of most entry level mtbs, which is crappy suspension.

The wheelset is strictly bare bones, and it's going to take a lot of muscle to throw around tight corners because of it's weight.

>which I heard is alright for road use?
If you do lots of road riding, get road tires. You lose 15 percent efficiency or so with knobby dirt...
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How realistic an idea is it to fly to south america or south east asia and buy a cheap used touring bike and backpack around from hostel to hostel?
Can I take a bike on the trains and buses? I am not looking to bike the whole way but want to bike around cities for sure.
I am not into doing more than 50 miles in a day or going at more than a leisurely pace.

Anyone here done anything like this?
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>>1008030
why do you want to buy a cheap touring bike if you're ready to pay for airplane to asia back and forth, for hotel and for train/buses between city ?

if you're not wanting to go from one city to an other by bike why not just rent a bike in one city, fool around, go to the next city by bus and then rent an other bike ?
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>>1008030
A very bad and heavy aluminium road bike with Shimano MTB gears is laughlinly expensive in Brazil. You would have to pay at least USD 800 for it and that's a Brazilian brand with bikes made in China.

In other words, you should bring your own bike. And you will need fat tires so that it doesn't brake with te first (dozens) of potholes.
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>>1008032
The reason for a cheap bike is so its no big deal if it gets stolen.
I imagine renting bikes will get expensive and be hard to find sometimes

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Return of the Choppers Edition

Previous thread
>>958046

Post cool aviation stuff.
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Dumping a few pics to get things started.

What's the best single-engine non-military helicopter and why is it the AS350? Oh right, sorry Airbus, the H125?
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One of my first instructors and eventually co-workers flew this fat slug for awhile.
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Old thread went kaput. Here's a few pics.
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Old thread >>1003063 on bump limit

My question: been running 28c tyres on tubes generally marked 25-32.

If I'm putting 35 + 38c tyres on, would you worry about getting wider tubes as well?
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>>1008351
probably, also check if you could fit the tire on your rim and chainstay clearance
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>>1008354
Rim is recommended 25-38 so that's all good and I measured everything on the bike, should be plenty of space.
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I wouldn't worry about switching tubes. People with fat bikes will run a 2.4" tube in a 3.8 to 4.8" tires to save weight which is a considerably bigger jump.

How do you identify a pussy mountain biker
>FS
>No fenders
>1x
>no bell
>full face helmet
>logos and brands everywhere on his bike and his clothing

Remember it, it could save your life
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>>1010430

>no bell
>no fenders

No u grandpa
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>>1010430
>hacking on people who don't do things the way *I* want to do them, so *obviously* they're wrong and need to be mocked on an anonymous Afghani terrorists' cave-exploring picture sharing website
I don't even HAVE a mountain bike and I think you're a rediculous manchild for posting threads like this.

I'll bet you don't even *own* a bike, OP. What are you, confined to a wheelchair and to being indoors 24/7/365, and massively butthurt because of...
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>>1010436
Bell is immensly underrated. You can warn people when you overtake or ring before you go in corners that don't have good visibility.

Fenders are a sign that you don't just ride on the weekend in hermetically confined save spaces, also known as "bike parks"

>>1010446
Nice copipe

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What is your opinion on the RTS bus?

A good amount of these still run in NYC and they have an iconic look in my opinion.

The newer buses are so ugly.
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>>1003800
Long Beach Transit was the first company to get them. I thought they were cool but GMC got out of the bus business. Enjoy them while you can because New Flyer,Novabus and the remaining Orions still rule the streets.
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>>1003800
Toronto got rid of all the RTS's just this year. The Flyer D40LF's are next to go, next year. After the Toronto will be nothing but Orion VII's and Nova LF40's/60's.
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literally 3rd world in 80s

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This is the ultimate /n/ bike. Folds to fit into other forms of transport, racks to carry luggage, Internal geared hub so weather less of an issue. Brakes sufficient and tyres semi-slick while wide enough for padding.
Prove me wrong.
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I mostly agree, but as much as I love small wheeled bikes I think there are uses that call for larger wheels and more solid frames. Still though, for grocery runs, commutes or drinks I do take my folder over a full sized bike.
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>>1010177
I must admit, you do have a point about some applications needing a more sturdy frame. Do you think, with sufficient R&D investment, it is possible to meet those standards with a folding bike?
I found that unless exceeding 30mph the smaller wheels have never been weaker for me - cobbles feel mostly the same if using 1.5 inch wide tyres but YMMV.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWuv8hNz44s

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This any good for $160? Gonna be commuting about 6 miles a day. I'll be replacing some of the parts as well, brakes, tires etc. I'm a poor college student so I can't really afford anything more
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>>>/bbg/
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>>917095
get a part time job and buy something a little bit better

save up if you already have a part time job and buy something better
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>>917095
I found it on Walmart's site.

It really is a piece of crap, probably made in China, Walmart bike. No-name components of questionable quality. The wheelset is built on single-wall alloy rims, which is probably the biggest weakness of all. I wouldn't trust the thing any farther than I could chuck it.

Frankly the fact that it's a Walmart bike is enough by itself to disqualify it, but the details are it's not made to last.

Save up several hundred more and go hunting on Craigslist...
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/pybt/
Post you're bike

old one is at limit
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>>1008060
why is your seat so high in your track bike? BB height and pedal length don't seem to account for that difference
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>>1008076
Track bike is not mine, the guy who rides it is pretty tall
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i know you're all going to make me cry

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Post a bike. But not your bike.
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Why do cyclists disobey traffic controls all the time? You say "share the road", claim that the bicycle is equivalent to a car or motor cycle on the road, and bitch about actual respectable people who can afford to drive a car because they work hard and don't ride a bike everywhere like a loser.

A red light means stop. Green light means go. Stop signs mean stop. No turn on red means no turn on red. No left turns or no right turns mean no left turns and no right turns, respectively.

Want to treated the same? Act the same, abide by the rules. If you don't then don't complain when cars run you over when you're riding on the road disobeying every single rule of the road. It's your fault.
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>>1001865

Stay fat, fatty
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>can afford to drive a car

stopped reading there, for those people who CHOOSE to bike everywhere they can, they get to enjoy all the privileges of a car and all the rights of a pedestrian. get fucked, cager
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>>1001879
>enjoy all the privileges of a car and all the rights of a pedestrian

That's what you think. Share the road, if you want to be on the road then the rules apply to you too. Get fucked pussy.

r8 my fixed gear boyz. also fixed gear bread
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>>988196
is that a strap on 1 pedal . fixed gear bikes need foot retention, especially brakeless.

Also level your bars, otherwise, bretty good.
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>>988200
He obviously only slows down and stops by skidding and does so right foot forward.
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You fucking downtube.

What's bike culture like in your part of the world?

>Minneapolis, MN
>Decent amount of bike lanes in the city
>The 'burbs are pretty much no-man's land, though
>Leisurely biking around the lakes April-Nov
>People commuting on fatbikes during the winter
>Routinely called one of the best cycling cities, but the inattentiveness of drivers makes me question that

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>>991759
>>Leisurely biking around the lakes April-Nov
>not December-March
Filthy casual detected.
>>Routinely called one of the best cycling cities, but the inattentiveness of drivers makes me question that
It's mostly just the city bus drivers that are bad drivers.
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>>991759
>Fredericksburg, VA
>recreational cycling/running paths downtown
>loads of people riding BSOs with busted everything and they "just want the shifters fixed"
>basketball americans commuting to taco bell on BMX beaters
>trifags pissing on their bikes and clogging up the bike shop repair schedule
>MTB bros are cool and can actually...
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>>991776
>always land on the rear derailleur in a crash
its like you dont want to sell new rds and charge exorbitant repair and installation fees.

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The biggest flaw when proposing that bikes replace cars is pic related (normal people prefer to arrive at their destination dry and not soaking wet).

tl;dr: bikes are for recreation; not commuting.
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How about you drive when it's raining and ride the rest of the year
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>>1006577
bikes replace cars

public transport still exists, for inclement weather
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The biggest flaw when proposing that cars replace bikes is pic related (normal people prefer to arrive at their destination quickly and not stressed out)

tl;dr: cars are for coral reefs; not commuting

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>Go on ride with GF
>She is slow as fuck despite riding longer for years more than me
>Can't go up hills at all
>She gets mad whenever I get too far ahead of her
>Offer that she rides in front
>Stare at her ass for a while, get hard
>Look at her pedaling
>wtf her cadence is slow as fuck
>Confront...
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>>1005973

I have no gf so I can't tell. I would just fuck her with my sweaty balls and dirty lycra if I had a gf.

I have fucking in lycra fetish.
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>>1005976
She doesn't ride lycra and over 30km is a "really big ride" for her and she fucking whinges if it's windy. Also in spring she gets hayfever and sneezes all the time when riding due to pollen.

just fuck my shit up tbhfam
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>>1005977

Sounds like she is a huuuge attention whore then. The bitches I occasionally see on my tails are brick faced monsters that will drop you like a fly that btw also turns me on like crazy.

Also they wear lycra and shit which makes it hard to surpress my rape urges.

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Was riding my bike on paved sidewalk path, and some cager redneck in a pick-up raced passed and yelled "fuck you"

No provoking, nothing

Fucking cagers
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Cager genocide when?
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>>999557
>MUM, THE BIG BAD MAN WAS MEAN TO ME !!
harden the fuck up, kid. some people have real problems.
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flat bar road rage

Come here to post screenshots of your ride data and Stravas while everyone else laughs at (You)
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>>1002409
2 Sunday's ago, probably my strongest effort ever. Been riding less than a year
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>>1002413
>100 miles
>1,220 feet elevation gain

If your average wasn't at least 18 mph then you've done nothing special
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>>1002415
You can figure out my average doing a bit of simple math, friend.

Also such is life in NJ

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You could basically split /n/ into two boards: one for bikes (/bk/) and one for trains (/tr/). 99% of all threads here seem to have one of those two topics.

Thoughts?
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>this kills the board
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>>1002242
This.

A bike board might last since that's what at least 75% of /n/ is now, but a train/plane/boat board would have almost no traffic. It's really better for all involved to share a single quiet board.
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>>1002241
FACT: /n/ is about the slowest board on the whole site.
FACT: Threads on /n/ take more than a week to scroll off Page 10.
FACT: There's more than enough room for everyone to talk about planes, trains, buses, ships, bikes, or whatever -- so long as nobody gets all pissy about 'things they don't like'.

/n/ is fine the way it is. Breaking it up would create two super-slow boards that would basically be failures. Breaking it up would also attract unwanted attention to the faggots from /b/...
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