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I guess this is the only good board for it, but is anyone else surprised that despite today's ship advancements we still have a need for tugboats?
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>>1000614
Not really. Big clumsy boats will always need a little help.
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>>1000712
I was thinking exactly this. Cargo ship advancements are largely to make them huger and efficient-er on the open seas i think for the most part. I don't see how they could ever be precise and dainty in close quarters.
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When I joined the Navy and first got to a submarine I was kind of surprised that docking one of these high-tech nuclear death machines involved a bunch of dudes standing topside throwing ropes around, same as it's been for thousands of years, but really there's no other cost effective way to do it.

There was even one pier that had tried to automate shore utility connections by having them permanently mounted on swing arms, but they cost too much to maintain and were allowed to rust and seize up.

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Bought my new bike 5 days ago, went into the garage today and both tires are flat! How can something like this even happen? Yesterday everything was okay and now *BOOM* flat tires :(!
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You didn't keep the tires topped off enough and caught a pair of slow-leak pinch-flats.
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Looked at it again and there are small thorns sticking in it. Can this be the reason? They are really small (maybe a few mm). What kind of flimsy MTB cant withstand a few baby thorns???
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>>1000588
Your inferior shit tires apparrently

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Should I get a mini velo?
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>>1000520
>everyone's cheating
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how the fuck does this sport work
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>>1001393
you don't poop for 3 days, then you walk fast and try not to shit yourself.

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family friendly, involving bicycles, please
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Boku no pico has a bike scene
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Boku no pico.
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>>1000228
>>1000229
Thanks.
I thought there were some series that got mentioned on here before.
Also "family friendly" in our case includes swearing and nudity, it's mostly violence that's a no-go as my 5 year old freaks out.

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What music you like to listen while you are going to some where in Public Transport?

I like to hear some energetic music, like Eurobeat
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvi4phxdok8
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Always listen to gangsta rap. i feel like a nigger when I'm riding the bus.
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>>1000106
oh really? why?
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>>1000109
Niggers are too poor to afford cars, so in return because I too am a poorfag I feel like I'm of African decent.

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so the back wheel on my road bike went flat overnight so I took it to the store. instead of telling me why it went flat they wanted $12.50 for the service. I said fine. Then he sold me on a new tire, I said fine. Just went for a nice long ride today and when I was still 20km from home I got a pinch flat...god damn bike store wants to charge me another $12.50 AND pay for the tube. That was a $60 purchase this morning and I had to take a cab back for another $20.

is there anything i can say or do? (other than do all my own work from now on)
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>>999877
Yep, start fixing your own flats, it's an easy skill all cyclists should have. Also, patch your tubes instead of replacing them, much cheaper that way.

As for whether you can demand any restitution for the shop, probably not. If you a pinch flat after a long ride that doesn't necessarily mean the shop made a mistake, chances are good that you got a small puncture and didn't notice that tire was slowly losing air, which allowed the underinflated tube to be pinch flatted.

But I will agree that...
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>>999877

What tire? It cost you $47.50 for a single new tire? That's more than a GP4000SII.
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>>999877
You know what a pinch flat is but can't change a tube on a road bike.

This doesn't add up.

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I'm not a cyclist or anything I jus need one for 7-10 miles, what does /n/ recommend for a beginner?
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What is your budget?
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>>999744
>what does /n/ recommend for a beginner?
Old ten speed, 90s rigid mtb, or pretty much anything mechanically and structurally sound that catches your fancy.
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>>999744
Kona Dew.

Beginner road cyclist here, been riding on vintage steel road bike until now, want to upgrade, but don't want to spend too much on it, B'Twin Triban 500 good compared to other bikes from the same price range? Any anons here riding them?
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>>999706
Never driven one, checked out the models. i would go with the 520 instead of the 500. The 520 has a carbon fork and a steeper top tube. Both features make the ride more comfortable. On top of that the 520 has Sora groupset.

I dont know if you could get something better for the same price as i dont follow the market anymore but ignore the elitists in here who will go "lol 3k minimum gotta go fast".
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>>999714

Yeah, 500 has a fucking hi-ten fork, of all things. Like really, not even aluminum. I'd definitely go with 520 for dat Sora and carbon fork, but well, I can't find it anywhere where I live. Not in Decathlon itself, not used.

And yeah, I honestly don't care about road bike elitism, I just want something simple, affordable and fun to ride on as a commuter and for longer trips occasionally, I don't even really race
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I bought a 520 in May, having before only ridden city bikes and the like.

It has its ups and downs, as a first road bike, I love it, it's responsive, light(ish) and can take a beating.
You probably have downtube shifters on the vintage bike, so you'll love the shimano road bike shifters, the whole system is just so much better.
The tyres are a bit shit, but that's a small thing that you can change easily.
Also, might just be me, but the matte paint job reacts quite a bit with my salty sweat, so the top tube already has marks because of sweat dripping...
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I want to buy new Cannondale bike, there is rim brakes and disc brakes options for the same series (Synapse) which one should I pick?

(I'm commuting, flat city no hills, maybe I go for a ride in rain or snow, long 100+ miles ride)
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>>999536

Sounds like you're leaning toward disc.

Both are fine options. Brace yourself for autismo responses that insist one is perfection and the other is satanic.
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>>999536
Disc brakes have better weather resistance and, in most cases, more stopping power. They are still easy to service, but can't beat the simplicity of rim brakes. The drawback is entry level disc brake sets are harder to modulate than more traditional setups. High end hydraulics are better tuned and suffer less from this.

I'm a mountain biker, so take it with a pinch of salt, as I value brake grip that'll put me over the bars and quick cooling over ease of use, as I do most of my braking going down steep trails
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You get better braking power on the disc but from personal experience it's a lot easier to service rim brakes so if you plan on doing your own bike maintenance then pick the rim, if you send it to a shop then go for the disc.

So yesterday I finally got hit by a car. Commuting in London this was just a matter of time, luckily I'm not too badly injured, just a sore back because the saddle went straight into my lower back, however my bike is pretty much done for.

I was stopped behind a car waiting in a pedestrian crossing and the car behind me didn't stop because he didn't see me because he was looking at his phone (I always look behind me when I stop to see what's there, signal, etc. and saw the whole thing).

The guy gave me his details and I took the registration...
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>>998859
You talking shit about the Northern line?

Talk shit,get hit.
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I thought London was full of street security cameras, can't you use those to prove he was on his phone?
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>>998862
lmao actually I'm one of those guys who thinks the NL is not as bad as everyone says it is.

>>998864
That's in central, this shit happened in a residential area with less cameras. This kind of shit almost always happens outside Zone 1, don't know why, but most people I know who had an accident in London told me it was somewhere outside central, go figure. More chavs I guess.

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Hello. Any MTBcyclists here ?

I am looking for my first proper mountain bike after doing my time with Nishiki hardtail, which is a great bike honstly, but I want and need more.

The problem is that I really have 0 knowledge about the bike parts and part makers and their quality and this is why I've come here to try my luck.

The thing is that I really fancy a DH bike, but the bike should be fit enough for enduro type cruising in the woods on trails and completely off-road. DH bikes tend to be too heavy and the suspension too "wiggly" for that...
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame - YT Industries Tues
Rear- Shock Cane Creek Double Barrel
Fork - Marzocchi 888 RC3 EVO Titantium
Stem - Sunline Boxxer Direct Mount
Grips - ODI Ruffian Lock-On
Brakes - Avid Code
Brake Levers - Avid X0
Shifters - SRAM X.0 Trigger Shifters
Rear Derailleur - SRAM X.9
Chainguide - ethirteen LG1+
Cranks- ethirteen LG1r
Chainrings / Sprocket - ethirteen Guidering
Chain - SRAM PC1071 10-Speed Chain
Cassette / Rear Cog - SRAM PG-1030
Pedals - Point One Racing
Front Rim - Mavic dee max
Rear Rim...
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>>998661
thats a park bike, dude. you're not pedaling that big bitch up anything.

Here are a few bikeroonis that you can actually pedal around in the woods on
>http://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2035543/
>http://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1874928/
>http://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1897266/

of course, go with what YOU want. these are just suggestions.
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>>998802
I don't mean to challange your knowledge, the sole fact is that I really and honestly just don't know about these bikes.

Could you explain in a bit more spefic manner why DH and park bikes are so unfit for other styles of MTbiking ?

I do know they are heavier but is that the biggest issue ? Since if it is, I don't see it as so big problem since this bike for example would be +3kg to my current one.

is it entirely down to tyres? geometry?

what would you have to do to make a downhill bike that can lean well?
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>>998418
>he thinks bicycles can't lean
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>>998418
they can lean as far as they need to, most cant lean all the way motogp style because they simply dont have the grip.
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>>998418
OP is a faggot

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Trying to get this freewheel cassette off, but it's stuck. All I'm trying to do is install a spoke guard.
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I even tried heating it up with a torch.
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>>998102
You're either tightening it or both lefthanded and using the spanner wrong.
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Kill yourself

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Is the answer to all public transport just 'more light rail'?
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Someone tl:dr that book for me?
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>>997299
light rail, like most forms of mass transportation, will be obsoleted by autonomous cars
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>>997435
Pls stop.

People are already posting this as an excuse to eliminate funding for planned transitway projects on my local newspaper forums.

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>24 year old friendless virgin male, live at home with parents, can't drive because afraid to drive like the aspie i am
>father always yelling at me about no friends/never leaving the house
>decide to get decent road bike and bike to and from work and bike around in free time
>father now yells at me because i ride a bike because "i shouldn't be riding a bike i should be driving these places"

I mean he's right but still..
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that nigga ain't right
you are doing a service to your fellow man and yourself by biking
keep it up everything will be fine
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>>997170
get /fit/ from cycling and use strava to meet cycling bros and after a while maybe even girls
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>>997170
>Shit social life with no car, but love bike commuting.
>Pressured by parents and therapist to get a car
>Social life does not improve.

It's a meme, fambalam
Can your dad even explain why you should be driving?

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Why are strava users such dickheads?

>having a chill ride on sunday
>greeting many many NORMAL cyclist along the way
>all smiling and nodding back
>everyone happy everything is fine
>but then some dickheads with their Ibones attached with duct tape to the stem trying to pass you huffing like mad
>their faces all grim and arrogant
>greet them anyway

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fresh out of hecks
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Fuck stravassholes. Join the cause.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jWHOyWETFk
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>sempai didn't notice me

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ok I believe that helmets protect you from brain damage or whatever, but are you really going to look me straight in the eyes and tell me you as a full grown man wearing one, doesn't make you look like a total faggot? If not, just one of these days take a long hard look at yourself in the mirror with one on and come back to me.
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32 years old, never worn a helmet.
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Yeah I can't stand helmets. On a motorcycle it's fine with all the cushioning and danger around but some bike helmets are so uncomfortable.

I only wear them when I'm commuting pretty much.

Can't really stand stuff on my head in general. Even sunglasses annoy me.
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desu I like wearing a helmet. As long as you're not climbing up a mountain on 35 °C it's fine.

I even have one of those fancy aero helmets. Probably makes me look like an idiot to anyone who doesn't cycle but I'm also wearing nothing but few mm of Lycra and have shaved legs. So not wearing a helmet wouldn't really help in the not looking like an idiot to non cyclists department.

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Winter is going to come eventually edition.

I swapped away my fatboy slicks to these conti cyclocross tires, found the whearabouts of my lights again and I still need to bleed the brakes, then I'm set for winter.
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What fenders are those OP?
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>>996214
Curana c-lite with a piece of plastic box I added to prevent water spraying on my shoes.
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>>996222

Thanks Boss.

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sup /n/iggers so I need a new backpack for when I'm commuting to work. I have found a rapha backpack but it's fairly pricey can you guys recommend me a backpack that is similar in size and functionality?
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>>995840
chrome barrage backpack
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>>995843
Thanks but it's sort of too big I already have a big bagaboo backpack for when I have to haul stuff, but I sort of need a lighter backpack where I can fit my laptop and a few bits and pieces.
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guys?

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I get range anxiety when I go for a long bike ride. Particularly in winter where stopping for any length of time means risking hypothermia.
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>The problem is, what if you don't charge your car one day, and then you can't get to work in the morning? That just plain sucks, and is a realistic problem.

>And even if 95% of the time you're just going to work and the range is sufficient, what about that 5% of the time you need to take a trip to Dallas or you get a call from the airport that the limo driver never showed up so need you there ASAP and you want to go straight from the office, but can't because you wouldn't have enough range...
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>so should you have to pay a tax based on how much carbon dioxide you breath back into the atmosphere? Should you have to document you have the trees needed to offset your breathing? Should an athlete have to pay for since the circulate more air? Externalizes are literally infinite, how can you pick and choose the ones that we should ignore and the ones we should care about?

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Who's your cyclist waifu /n/? And why is it Kristina Vogel??
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Also why is it so difficult to convince your gf to go cycling? "No thanks I do all my cycling in the gym."
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>>994677
>Normie problems
She's saying she wants some space. Exercising is not a social thing for a lot of people. A lot of people also don't see/appreciate the difference between cycling and riding a stationary bike.
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Oh we have plenty of space apart. We don't live together and do our own thing through the week, spend weekends together. We basically do our own exercise separately. I hate the whole gym thing and she's hella paranoid of cagers running her over.

She's very much into gym classes like les mills(?) Etc, but wonders why she can't develop thicc legs and bootay.

We do hike a lot together though which is cool.

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>Sukhoi SuperJet
>Comac ARJ21
>Comac C919
>Comac C929
>Irkut MC-21
>Mitsubishi MRJ

With the Sukhoi SuperJet being the first Russian passenger aircraft used by the airlines of the west (in god knows how long), can we expect to see some successful competition to the Airbus-Boeing/Bombardier-Embraer duopolies?

Discuss.
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>>994415
>Sukhoi
Never
>COMAC
Ten, twenty years and they'll be a major player
>Mitsubishi
Never
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>>994420
I'm pretty sure you got that 100% backwards.

>Sukhoi
Has reached the West with customers like Interjet and Cityjet

>Mitsubishi
The only company in the list to have firm orders from relatively large airlines in the U.S. (Skywest and Eastern). Though I agree their chances are smallest

>COMAC
ARJ is a massively delayed (and thus, obsolete) ripoff, and the C919/C929 are vaporware

>Irkut
Who?

I'd...
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>>994424

Who is skywest and trans states going to operate the MRJ for? I'd love to know what legacy is going to give up scope out for 78 seats for the MRJ70 let alone the bigger 90 variant in today's pilot shortage environment.

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>>990148
Oh my god this is adorable I want one right now.
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>>990262
It's a Piaggio Ape 50 they're street legal in Europe.
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>>990307
Street legal here too apparently.

I'd love to get one just to put like a little bed and shit in the back of it. Seems like it could be ridiculously comfy.

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Baldwin Sharkgirls thread.
Furfags GTFO
Bikefags Jump off a bike lane
Youropoors go dildo death

Postem shitty baldwins
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>>987793
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>>987797
What the shit anon?
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Too hot for long rides lately. Too tired to get up early. Too many insects to ride late.
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I rode to work in the rain, possibly was hailed on.
The overnight people I was there for had their work truck brake down so I went home.

Hopefully it helped me prepare for my eventual Highway 101 ride.
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>>987534
on the plus side, I got to see water in the wash and I saw a hawk swoop on a bullfrog.
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>He doesnt eat the insects that fly into his mouth

Not a real cyclist

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>tfw you will NEVER live in a walkable city

Why is the New World so terrible for non-drivers, /n/?
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>>943180
Because our cities were designed that way.
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walkable cities are expensive as fuck to live in.

at least living in the burbs and having a car, also gives up a car to go places with.
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>>943180
Zoning laws.

Why are transit and school buses different?
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Because kids don't complain about stupid bullshit and demand luxury.
I would LOVE is all buses where outfitted like school buses, with the leather bench seats.
Less to be destroyed.
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>>1000296
Maybe where you live. Ours just have special symbol and colour.
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No standing room on a school bus, everyone needs to be seated

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So check this out...

Sometimes people pass you very respectfully. They slow down, they wait for a passage, and they go all or partially into the opposite lane to not encroach on your space.

These people should be rewarded.

What if there was an app where you could give that person a token or some points in some digital store, or some other small reward.

You'd see them coming on your smart phone, and if you're pleased with the way they passed you, you could press a button to give them a small reward.

There would be some kinks to work...
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Absolutely not - you want more people staring at their phones while biking or driving instead of looking at the road?
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>>999939
Tabasco or Sriracha?
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>>999945
Franks
>>999944
It's just a little glance. Drivers don't even have to be near their phone.

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Who will hit 1,000,000 on this slow ass board?

Airplanes, Bikes, Trains, or Boats?
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+1 for trains
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>>999728

Quality trainposting family
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All these years and what a shit ass slow ass bitch ass board.

I bet some fixie fag is going to claim it.

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I was thinking of getting rid of my front derailleur on my Specialized but have no idea what I'm doing, is it a relatively simple process?

It still has the derailleur and shifter from when my dad bought the bike for himself in 2002/3 and it's basically failing on me most of the time, I rarely use them aand ride on the middle chainring 98% of the time anyway so I'd rather switch to a single speed by basically taking off the derailleur and the outer/inner chain rings, but I was told it's complicated and I'll most likely lose my bearings allover...
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Bring your bike to a shop Op
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>>999273
My local bike shop charges out the ass, it'll probably cost me a lot more than I'm willing to pay.
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>>999276
Then learn to do it yourself? I don't know what you're looking for.
Oh wait, we do. There's a reason Google is useful. And it's not for ads


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