It seems that the tubes for this bike I bought second hand is integrated within the tyre itself. What the fuck is this? Is there no way to remove it? The tyre is sealed from the bottom and I can't access the tube.
Anyone here ever heard of this sort of thing; will I need a whole new set of tyres?
>>905863 the current main station wasn't the mainstation until last year. It used to be the south station before the promotion. Interestingly though, the west station which used to be the main hub, doesn't connect to the airport either unless you count the airport bus lines.
Have a need to identify the type of ship that pic related is. The game it is from refers to it as a Windcatcher, though searching yields no results and even a little research leads to trouble finding ship types even similar.
Could be that it is based off something real, since the game tends to be pretty technical about ship design, but I'd have no idea what.
Assuming that the sails aft of the masts are intended to represent square-rigged sails, I would say that it is supposed to be a fully-rigged ship. The raised area of deck is not a feature of naval architecture I've ever seen on such a vessel.
>>905798 One of the things that confuses me is that the aft sails don't have a boom, almost like they were flipped upside down. As for the raised part, yeah it's pretty weird. Some searching termed it as a Midcastle, though only a few ships used such a thing and usually for gunnery purposes.
I got overly excited when my High Rollers and Minions came in post today, originally was meant to put the HR on the back and the Minion up front. Impatience got the better of me and I accidentally put the HR on the front/Minion on the back. Everyone else seems to have it what I wanted to do the first time. Mainly going to do XC and light jumps downhill. Am I going to notice a difference big enough for me to change it over? Huge pain in the ass the first time, hated it. Or will I be fine?
>>905321 I think really it has to do with the general image of people who like to follow around buses and take pictures of them, they are seen as a bit weird. Of course most people wont really care if you take a picture but will probably give you a weird look. I think in most part it has to do with societys view on things. For example if you where in London and saw a Routemaster go past and took a picture that would be fine, because the general image of London with big ben and red buses go past are deeply ingrained in pop culture.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>905321 i just want to take superb shots of buses and place them in a folder on my computer. Maybe place them on a website. I like looking at buses, and I also like following them, for example seeing how ex London buses have spread around the country. I want to be able to think "ah, I saw that in London on the 149 in 2010" rather than "this seems like an ex Metroline London Plaxton President, perhaps I have been on it before?".
Helmets are scientifically proven to not provide any safety benefit in the event of a crash. Further, if you know how to ride a bicycle you aren't going to get in a crash unless you are riding very technical mountain bike trails. Helmets can also catch on objects and cause your neck to become injured. So why do you wear a helmet? It's pointless.
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