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Planes or Trains?
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Great circles 2 trails, bitch
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>>988845
In terms of traveling? If I have to get somewhere less than 500 miles away, I'll drive. If further, I'll take a plane. Trains are just to expensive and inconvenient compared with frequent, low-cost air travel.
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Only a matter of time now.

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Post interesting images and videos of trains in Japan.
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>>961955
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The Odakyu 50000 makes me think someone took an ICE 3 and did things to it, same for the JR885 which looks a lot like an ICE T
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Looks like a ratty nerd's face.

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Please share and discuss what you think are the best locomotives to be produced, or your favorite locomotive type.

Personally, I think the EMD SD45 variants are some of the greatest diesels to be produced for North American railroads, and pretty advanced for the time they were released. Also they looked really cool.
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>>855678
Here's a set of SD45X demo units, designed and built for SP in 1970 and equipped with improved cooling capacity for tunnels and snowsheds and with a 4200 HP prime mover. Only 7 were ever built, and six of those were owned by the SP.
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In terms of freight locos I would say the Ac4400 or dash 9. My favourite loco though is the MPI MP36 though.
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>>855678

These are always fun to watch, are former SP units. Occasionally they'll haul freight (say 25-50 cars) because Caltrain can't have UP run freight up the penninsula during the day.

Nicest kit in the pro peleton? Mens or womens.

Womens and 1st place: Canyon Sram
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Mens and second place: Madison Genesis
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Honourable mention in the mens WT teams goes to Orica Bike Exchange I guess.
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I really wish more teams has black shorts. Tinkoff and Astana look particularly disgusting with their bright shorts

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At a similar price point ~900-1000, should I go with well reviewed carbon frame with tiagra 4700, unknown quality carbon frame with 105s, or aluminum with Ultegras. Sale ends today so I kind of want to make a decision quick

Bikes in question:
http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product_10053_10052_583754_-1___204687

http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/Product_10053_10052_572599_-1___204687

http://www.performancebike.com/bikes/Product_10052_10551_1193367_-1___400784
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>>1002341
Thanks for the reply. I want a decent entry level bike for both commuting and possibly training and racing. My budget is ~1k. I guess my main question is at this price point is the frame more important or the components
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>>1002340
>bumping after 13 minutes
first day off /b/?
I wrote a response but realized you need to learn patience, so I deleted it
I may come back in a few hours and repost what I said before, or maybe not
Breathe slowly and relax
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>>1002344
?? Aight I didn't know how fast /n/ moved and I'm heading out in a bit so I kind of needed a quick response. There's no need to be upset

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Sup lads. I want to get a new, compact and economic city car. Which do you prefer? Up? Aygo? Mii? What do you think of the new VW 1.0 TSI engine?
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Get a panda trueno.
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>>1002292
Amazing help. thx
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automobiles are discussed on the auto board, m80.

flat bar >>>/o/ bike

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I don't get it. I can adjust the wheelbase by sliding the front roller forward and backwards, but that also changes the belt tension. I need to move the front roller forward, that will make the belt tension tighter. There's no way to adjust these independently? Should I worry about it being too tight (from being too far forward)? Or too loose?

No manual to fucking read, got them used. Kreitler with the full aluminum rollers for $70.
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There's like 3-4 settings you can easily find out which position to put it in because you will be unable to ride if it isn't in the right setting.
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>>1002059
So the difference between the longest and shortest settings shows the difference between the most and least belt tension - right? They're totally dependent upon each other?
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when winter comes around, should i get rollers or trainers

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What's your favorite scenorio of riding? Is it in a race, on the track, cruising with a friend or having a nice long ride by yourself? Curious with with one you all choose. Also in a training situation which scenario would you prefer?
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Alone, country roads, scorching sun
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>>1002004
I'm right with ya bud.
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Agree. This is my homeland (inner spain), is pretty hot in summer (30ºc-38ºc), I like riding alone along the wheat fields and bulls/cows listening to the cricket/insect sounds. My sister thinks that our land is ugly and dry, of course she said that because she was brainwashed by her friends, the fact is that the country can be beautiful, last month I ride on a day with the bluest sky possible and the fields were golden as fuck, it was really nice riding that amazing rollercoaster of small hills, too bad the road...
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Where do I decide on which STI/Ergo shifters is best for my cannondale R500's (1998)? Shimano or Campagnolo? Maybe someone knows a good resource?
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>>1001867
The one you can afford, microshit
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>>1001867
Shimano, Campy, Sram, Microshift - no matter which you pick they all do the same thing with slightly different ergonomics, there's right or wrong answers, just personal preferences.
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>>1001870
*no right or wrong answers

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What's your favorite thing about
Bikeman FOR YOUUUUU?
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the hair.
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muppet voice
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Bad jokes and dad humor

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Has anyone here done the Eroica California?
Anyone going next year?

>inb4 retro grouch
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>>1001122
>roastie
>retrogrouch
does not compute
she should stay home and take care of the offspring, her uterus might fall out if she exerts herself
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>California

Gross
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Every year around new year I consider registering, then I remember that these fucks don't allow aero brake levers. Maybe if I ever build a bike with non-aero levers.

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Would it be possible to ride around a city with this?
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Practical, efficient, fun, or not horribly slow? No.

But as long as it rolls, it's certainly possible.
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>>1000897
There's an actual offence for that in Australia.
Road vehicles with bladed attachments are illegal in some way.
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>>1000986
A legacy of The Road Warrior movie, i assume.

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What bike lights do you guys use? I'm looking for a front and back light. Budget: 70 Canadian/55 USD

I'm liking the Planet Bike Blaze 500 XLR.
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I fell for the magic shine meme, after two rides the battery was toast, got a replacement battery and charger, and after three rides it was toast as well.
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>>1000733
cateye volt300
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>>1000733
Cygolite 850 and B&M Ixon I QSpeed Premium up front.
Cygolite Hotshot and B&M LED Line Permanent in back
Tons of SOLAS tape and 3M stealth tape everywhere else

If a cager wants to murder me, at least my next of kin will have ammo for the lawsuit

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CUTE DEGENERATE FEMALE CYCLIST THREAD
tattoos extra welcome
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Anybody got any?

I always forget I have this little guy. Got if from a gf I had who did the stick and poke, thats why it looks like shit. Dont care enough to get it touched up or redone.

Share and discuss
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>>1000279
Got a bike wheel on my left shoulder.
My first and raddest tattoo.
Can't take a good self photo with the angle.
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>>1000279
Also; meant to add that yours is pretty sweet, OP.
Would you considering getting a professional one? Always thought the Campy wings would make a good tatt.
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I got one of an AR-15/M-16 bolt face on my calf years ago, and now everybody thinks it's a sprocket.

It's kind of nice that it's subtle enough to not be recognized easily, but also sad because most of the people I ride with are military.

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>tfw almost 28 and want to get into cycling but don't know anything about it

i'm too old for this aren't I

I feel like I'd never be able to get really fit or be able to go long distances/fast compared to the average poster here
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You probably won't be winning the TDF, but you're at about the age when most people get into cycling seriously (aka have disposable incomes)
>the average poster here
The only thing average here is "if you don't do it my way you are wrong and stupid", but that's pretty much 4chan as a whole. We get non-cyclists, we get faggot casuals who ride on weekends only, we get people whose idea of "commuting" is rolling 300 yards on a BSO and then locking up their BSO outside to rust, and then, occasionally, we...
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>going fast

Bicycles just don't go that fast, if you want to go fast get a motorbike. In fact, being one of those stravasshole freds will make you universally despised by every other normal cyclist, along with every other person alive.

Distance is a different thing, ride regularly and you'll be cool. Also this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5YEO9V-2P8

So HTFU pussy.
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>i'm too old for this aren't I
Hells no! Just go out and ride your bike.

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Daily reminder that this is the best tail light for your bicycle. Stay visible. Stay safe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nC8zf_9FOc
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Thanks mr goldstein
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>>998502
>Daily reminder
See ya tommorow,Keith
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>>998510
>mr goldstein
I'm not goldstein

>>998512
>Keith
I'm not Keith

Is it true that Europeans can't afford cars and there are adults people who ride their bikes everywhere?

Here in America everyone drives and owns a car by 13 years old.

Is there anything we can do to help them? Send them money somehow or put motors on their bikes or something?
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Europeans don't need cars as there are actual cities.

Within half an hour on foot, I have a halfdozen grocery stores and a dozen malls. Most of my surroundings are forests, if I go straight north there'll just be more trees until I reach the Arctic Ocean.
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>>997633

Goddamn that pic looks like hell on earth
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>>997633
>Within half an hour on foot,
Except it would take 5 minutes to travel that distance in a car and you wont end up sweaty.

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>it's another "I'm trying to ride up a gradual hill and I get stuck behind a guy going really slow and I can't pass him and I have to slow down so much that my front wheel starts wavering back and forth I almost lose my balance and fall off the bike" episode
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>>1001817
I don't think you've selected the right meme to start this thread off.
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>>1001817
Stop being a slow, weak faggot and GIT GUD.
/thread
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>>1001831
I wish I could tell that at them as I go et behind in a narrow bike lane

>it's another "the hot, thick girl at work rides her bike to work and i'm too ugly and weird to ask her if she wants to ride together sometime" episode

sigh
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But riding with her will be awkward.
You ride in front of her and you wonder if she's thinking you're showing off and racing, but if you ride behind her you wonder if she thinks you're a pervert checking out her arse.
Ride side by side and you are an arse for impeding traffic.
So just fap to her facebook photos like a normal person.
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>>1001804

Just ask you weird, sweaty creep.
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>>1001808
Two cyclists riding abreast isn't impeding traffic.

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Help! I blew the front tire inner tube on my schwinn Or2 does anyone know the tube size?
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>>1001760
Look at your tires, there will be size stamped on the rubber sidewall.
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>>1001762
what he said
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What website do I look up the tubes at?

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Hi,

I'm about to purchase my first road bike and I was wondering if it would be a wise decision to go for a disc brake equipped bike? I'm coming from a MTB background where disc brakes are standard so no prejudice there. I'm a fairly light guy at around 143 lbs.

I've been looking at the Giant Contend SL range and narrowed it down to 2 models:

SL 1:
https://www.giant-bicycles.com/pl/contend-sl-1
+ Nearly full 105 groupset
+ Lighter wheels
+ Colour (personal preference)
- Rim brakes (that wear out the rim, I'll have...
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>>1001546
And here's the SL 2 Disc on 10 SPD Tiagra with mechanical discs.
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I'd definitely go with the SL1.

Lighter wheels make a pretty big difference in hills and it's why wheels are generally classified as either 'fast wheels (aero)' or 'climbing wheels (light)'.
Plus, I wouldn't buy a brand new 10 speed now for the reasons that you've mentioned.
Also, though I haven't tried disks, I've seen many people here say that mechanical disks aren't worth touching and that hydraulic is the only real option.

It's your money, your life, and your decision but if it was me then...
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don't we have a bike question/bike buying general thread?

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What does /n/ drive? And if you don't drive whos car do you pool in.
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>>1001512
you'd have more success with this thread on
>>>/o/
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>>1001513
Ok, Thanks for the tip mate.
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>>1001512
an assorted group of strangers and I are driven by our personal chauffeurs, with the condition that the vehicle keep to a predetermined route for the sake of timeliness

pic related is our ride

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Can anyone on here tell me what the characters mean on my long board? I apologize in advance for being oblivious as heck.
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>>1001289
The pleasure of being cummed inside.
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>>1001290
hilarious
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My Japanese isn't very good, but it's something about the joyful feeling of something inside a gorilla.
Hope that helps.

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You have to admit here in the USA we've been so busy trying to stop and shit on this technology for some time now. Singapore though just went along with it even got government money to start it up. Why is it that in the USA and where I'm from California is now the laughing stock of the world when it comes to building the next revolutions. I don't understand this frightening fear Americans have over driving jobs being lost either. Most jobs have been lost to time. There used to be a guy at an auto factory that would literally install door handles then his job was...
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>>1001142
Fuck you. Most Asian countries don't seem to value human life very much compared to Western countries (they crank out babies like it's from a factory, wonder why they don't value people, LOL) so of course they DGAF anywhere near as much about whether it's actually safe or not. It fucks up and runs into a crowd of people and kills them all? No problem, shoot the programmer in the head and say "LOL, sorry about your dead family members, tough shit, go make more!" and move on. But go right...
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In the US cagers kill 100 people every day. Worse then every other kinds of terrorists. We better switch to autonomous cars soon. And public transport and bikes.
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>>1001142

Self driving cars are fine when you got perpetual traffic jams with 2mph average speeds.

Crowded cities with cars going 60+mph and 90+mph highways are a different story.

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Well, I have been riding daily for the past several months and lost a lot of weight and had lots of fun. Winter will be here before we know it and I would like to keep riding as long as possible. I live in Ohio, so there will be plenty of snow. I currently have a Diamondback Overdrive 29er which has served me well as an entry-level mountain bike. This is my daily commuter. I am considering a Walmart fat tire bike if/when the snow gets bad enough. I have a lot more confidence riding than I had before, so I want to keep up my commute (8 miles/day) as long as possible. Pic mostly...
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>>1001130
I hope they shovel the sidewalks, or you have balls of steel. Plows push the snow right into the bike lanes and shoulders, so you've got to get right next to the cars.
Normal mountain bike tires are fine, I've found. Disk brakes are probably better, since you're going to have lots of snow all around your rims. I've survived the past three winters here (Utah) with those brakes though, so they still work ok.
Also, get good fenders - you don't want all that dirty slush going all over your back.
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>>1001135
Yeah, my current bike has disc brakes. I can buy fenders too. I ride through mud all the time without them, but slush will be terrible all over my legs during the winter. Apparently there are some people here that can manage in the winter, but this will be my first attempt to last as long as I can. I think the plows will end up thwarting me though. The roads are just not bike friendly at all and really dangerous.
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>>1001137
>but slush will be terrible all over my legs during the winter
Oh yah, get rain pants. Work great, and act as a bit of a wind breakers too. Gloves are also a must, though mittens might work better - if your fingers are separated, they can't warm each other, and even with gloves your pinky can get very cold. Those silly covers that go over the whole handle are ugly as hell, but they are will save your hands some pain.

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bought this off of a college friend for $2000, did I fuck up /n/?
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>>1000906
>that spacer stack
>gatorskins
>that QR position
Serious question: your friend stole it, didn't he
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>>1000919
Yes
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>>1000932
I hope you get falsely convicted of stealing it. Your friend is going to steal more bikes because of you.

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Expecting maybe a couple folks to be able to weigh in on an already specific subject. Maybe you know something I don't or I overlooked.

Time trials, I never expected to care about them but I do now. I'm looking for them marginal gains specifically aero advantages shoe covers, gloves vs no gloves, skinsuits ect.
I've got a lazer wasp, 808 and disc, I've only used podiumwear skinsuits. So I'm looking into Voler, Castelli and NoPins for more aero options. I was thinking of having lycra mittens made possibly, it is illegal but if the judges don't...
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Is this your blog now?
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>>1000870
Maybe you should train harder instead of being a cheating faggot. If you're going to cheat just use steriods.
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>>1000870
I don't think you've ever done a TT or train for any race discipline based on what you're saying, because if you did then you'd know that at your (young, low) level, training is more important than anything else, and that all this minutiae of which you speak only matters to riders at the highest levels and the top of their game. If you're actually thinking of doing any sort of racing I suggest you concentrate on your training and forget about the rest of that stuff for now. Your coach (assuming...
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Post your old /n/ related posters, ads, propaganda
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Cane Creek just bought EE Cycleworks

Makers of the lightest, most awesome caliper brake on the market

Stay mad, disc jockey trend hoppers

http://blog.fairwheelbikes.com/2016/08/26/ee-cycleworks-merges-cane-creek/
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My hydro dick BB7 Sypder lol get fu**ed

This is engineering at its finest. No gimmicks.

> 169 grams per set
169 grams per set
> 169 grams per set
169 grams per set
> 169 grams per set
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312g PER SET

lol

lol

"muh rain"
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>get caliper brakes
>40mm gravel tires
>having to deflate everytime to install wheel


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