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does anyone else get all these annoying pimples on their scalp from their helmet

what do

i have my hair cut super short and shower every day
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>>990649
Get something like pic related to wear under it.
Also wash your hair every day you ride.
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>>990666
Whoever that is, is the biggest faggot on the planet for admitting in public that you have anything to do with 4chan.

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I have no idea what it is called, but see people cycling with very low seats similar to pic. How does it not kill the knee?
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Low riders. This kills the knees.
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>>990617
They don't ride fast enough or far enough for it to matter; they're the casuals' casual. Disregard them.
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>>990624
that was quick, ty anon, shit's retarded then
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Hi I'm an electrician and I was wondering if there are any other trades associated people who prefer taking the bus as well. For me I grew up in Los Angeles and always took the bus. I was a math major for a little while in University till I changed over to electrical.
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Was it awkward switching to a trade instead of college? I've been thinking about it myself
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I'm a woodworker by trade. I take the bus and bike to work. It's an hour commute, 2 times a day, 5 days a week. Always the best part of my day
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>>990417
How the heck to you get your tools to the jobsite?

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old thread hit the bump limit >>985228

Whats the best chain lube for performance?
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Is it worth getting Hi viz gear? yellow or orange? For commuting and for a full kit.
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>>990015
Studies say they have absolutely zero effect on safety and the common yellow version may even lower your visibility in urban daylight setting.
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>>990015
get good lights instead

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>tfw you put on the Dura-Ace brake pads
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>tfw you put on the SRAM brake pads
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>tfw you put on the £1.50 Tesco brake pads
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worth buying for $40 ?

the writing says Gt aggressor all terra triple triangle, the seller doesnt know what year it is and says it needs some adjusting

any thoughts /n/??
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To flip? No.

For personal use I would totally buy that, slap on a spare rigid fork and meme it up.
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>>988893

this.
slap on a java carbon fork and 1x that drive train
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ok that sounds pretty fun actually, any idea what year it might be? early 2000s maybe?

A hot air balloon that crashed in Texas, killing all 16 people on board, likely hit power lines before it plummeted to the ground, the National Transportation Safety Board said Sunday.

Dental records used to find victims
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>>988617
What did he mean by this post
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>>988620
They should have turned off the power lines

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Should I get a road bike, a hybrid, or a MTB?

I'm planning on riding this bike to destinations within my town. We do have some shitty ass roads and some you can't even ride on, due to the probability of getting hit by a car and have to sometimes stick to the sidewalks.

I've rode shitty hand me down MTB's all my life and I'm looking to get a brand new nice bike around $250. I heard road bikes are fast but the way the handle bars go down under and make you lean far forward seems uncomfortable

pic related is the bike I was planning on getting.

tldr; road, MTB, or hybrid for riding around town?
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>>987327

>I've rode shitty hand me down MTB's all my life

I would suggest getting a much nicer used bike off craigslist but it sounds like you're dead set on getting a new bike. Which is fine I guess.

For exceptionally shitty roads, the factor that will make or break your choice of bike is tire clearance on the frame and brakes. Bigger tires will really take the sting out of the roads. Think 32-35c. No road caliper brake will accomodate tires of that size. You're...
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>>987328
my craigslist is shitty and is just filled with ghetto tier frankenstein bikes, kids bikes, or old ass collectors and pros bikes being sold for like 3000 dollars.

I don't really want to go past $300 for a nice bike, because at that point i could probably just start saving up for a fucking car.
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>>987332

Yeah, bikesdirect bikes are probably right up your alley then. The bike in your picture will not handle fatter tires though. You need something with different brakes.

Within your budget a hybrid is probably most realistic, even though people on this board shit all over hybrids.

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So I want to become a bicycle mechanic as a full time job. I live in Canberra AU and already have some basic skills from the home maintinence I do.

Should I do a course first, or find an employer who will train me on the job? Despite Canberra being a very cycle friendly city, I can't find any courses held here. Is it worth uprooting to Melbourne to do one?
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>>987132

A neighbor and friend from my stint as a Brooklyn hipster scumbag set up a bike shop in a burned out storefront, no joke. He was a goddamn squatter ahahaha. Bought his tools, spare parts, and a folding workstand with him to work every morning, took it all home with him when he left at night.

Now his shop is actually booming and he pays rent like a normal business owner. Last I spoke to him he had just hired a second mechanic and someone to handle the front end.
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>>987132

Fun fact: bicycle mechanics are the lowest paid profession

Yes, the lowest paid period. Pizza delivery dudes and fast food "cooks" will get to look down their pimply noses at you.
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>>987135
I would totally do something like that, but my city's population is only 350K and it already has an least five or six bike stores.

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What do you guys think the best bus/streetcar/tram/subway ever produced is?

I'll start with the CLRV. Manufactured by UTDC in the late '70s, they still make up most of Toronto's streetcar fleet.
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I really like the way that the GM Old Look bus and the PCC streetcar compliment each other, and I have an extremely autistic fantasy about operating a fleet of both in a small 1940s city.
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E233. Mirrored hardware and spare pantographs so the train can continue after major hardware failure, very powerful air conditioning, 16 LCDs per car, configurable for subway, suburban and interurban and contains less soul than a Singaporean.
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>>986727
PCC

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So after taking an entry level CAD class and subsequently getting hooked on SolidWorks, I started modelling this narrow-gauge steam engine just for fun. It started out nicely but now I have modeler's block for several reasons. One being that I have no idea how to model Walschaerts valve gear. The others being the "finishing touches" (ie instruments in the cab, numbering/lettering, etc).

This would normally belong in >>>/3/ (a board even more desolate than /n/) but I figured I could turn this into an /n/ community...
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>>986283

Here's what she looks like in red.
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Do black and gold for the engine, you flamboyant foamer. It's the only acceptable color combo.
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ADD SOME FIRE STICKERS

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why is asiana airways called that even tho its focused on South Korea?
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>>985876
why are you such a faggot?
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>>985878
i dunno probs cuz i drooped out of school and sit on a computer all day
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>>985876
I don't suppose you've heard about airasia

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/n/, is it weird to never stand up when pedaling, especially up a hill?

I have a decent road bike and I never, ever stand up when pedaling, not even for a few revolutions, but I always see the guys who are more into riding doing it, even the ghetto kids on shitty bikes.

I don't think I have the balance to do it, but I also don't see the point, I go pretty smoothly sitting down (I'm a novice so it isn't going really fast and smooth, but standing up seems to jerk around a lot)
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i avoid it because it feels like im damaging the bike and i like to be nice
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>>983555
>I don't think I have the balance to do it

Then you shouldn't be riding a bike, let alone on public streets. Ugh I bet you run clipless too.
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I hardly ever stand, mostly just to stretch when my butt gets sore. I usually shift up 2 - 4 gears before standing depending on the cassette setup. Its annoying if you spin out a gear while standing, since you can't shift with that much load on the drivetrain.

If I encounter a short hill I'll stand instead of downshifting. But with bigger hills its not worth the effort as you'll just spike your HR and buildup lactic acid.

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What do you think?
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How is it a bus when it runs on rails?
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Might have some uses like lessening traffic at an airport or reducing the size of a bridge/tunnel needed
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2011 called. They want their meme back.

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I wanna do a bike tour through CO starting in a week or two, I've done almost no planning so I'm probably just gonna wing it. I would like to do a ride that minimizes hill climbing and maximizes scenery. I plan to bike for about a week up to a month, with 20-30 mile days. Can anyone share some potential routes? I'll post more thoughts later after I do some more planning. Theeeeenks.

>pic related is my old touring rig, yeah you can tell Im uber prepared for this (i have a better rig now but it's still ghetto)
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>>991081
Oh yeah, I would probably start near Denver, but potentially somewhere else.
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>>991081
And the week up to a month depends on how long my bike lasts. So if you share a route just assume it would be about a month at 30 MPD
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>>991081
If your goal is minimal hill climbing, that pretty much limits you to the eastern half of the state, and if you want scenery too (not just endless miles of plains) than you'll need to want to stick close to the Front Range.

How about a trip between Canon City and Ft. Collins? That'd be about 200 miles each way

Canon City to Colorado Springs US 115
-use local roads and city trail network to get from south C. Springs to Palmer Lake
Palmer Lake to Sedalia on CO 105
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Going to College next month in Ann Arbor MI. What is a bike I can use for the next few years every day for basic transportation and not worry about any major issues ever. what should I look for? What are quality brands? How many speeds? I've never had a very nice bike because the area I live in is so rural you need to bike 20 miles to get anywhere and I pretty much know nothing.
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>>990524
And how common is bike theft really? What is a quality bike lock?
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>>990524
>Ann Arbor MI
If you plan on going out of the city, you'll want something with an engine. It's quite a way to the next place of any real size, and MI is deathcage central.
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>>990524
AA has some bretty gud bike shops. Might be able to get away w/ 3-speed IGH on a commuter bike

Has anyone shipped a bike internationally? I'm trying to get a bike from Sicily to California. The bike is under 12kg and I can get a bike box no problem. The real problem is that I'm going to Munich after Sicily and I'm trying to decide if I should just travel with it in the box (leave it with my friend in Munich) and fly it back with me from Munich to California (layovers in London and Canada). What are the duty fees I'll need to pay if there are any? It's a used road bike from the 60s if it matters. I figured maybe it's a different set of rules...
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>It's a used road bike from the 60s

You're going to pay more in shipping fees than the bike is worth you mong. Trash it and just buy a new one wherever you end up.
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>>990539

I'm not concerned about the value of the bike itself, I just really would like to have a bike from my time in Sicily/Italy. Thanks for your useful tips, excellent use of green text.

It's looking like it'd be like 150 euro to get it to Cali if I take it with me when I fly but I'm not sure about duty fees/taxes or whatever. Does it apply in my case?

>btw it's a De Rosa
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>>990548
My only experience is buying shit from chinese exporters, but generally in the US you won't get hit with any import tax so long as the item is under $5k or so, and isn't something that will piss off the FDA like dairy products.

Although this was stuff like flashlights/batteries and a tablet- not something as large as a bike. I heard DHL can be a pain in the ass though.

The fact its used won't make a difference.

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any reliable, or bad experiences with using clipless for riding fixed? I recently put together a nice NJS build after 10 years of not riding fixed, and prior to that I've always just used clips/straps. I've raced road and mtb for about 6 years now so i'm completely familiar with clipless. I did once have my foot pop out in a sprint on my road bike, although i had crappy old Look pedals at that time. so, are they pretty safe for skidding? thanks.
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I used bmx straps (specificly orgin8) durable n can wear street shoes cuz i used my fixie for commuting and just poking around,

if u gotta go fast by all means use your road shoes
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If you unclip sprinting you will most likely get thrown otb by your other pedal so there's that
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>>990263
clipless is fine if you have awareness of the physics of riding a fixed gear. i assume you can trackstand indefinitely at this point as well, so you're not just going to stop and plop everywhere. give it a shot, just take it slow while your muscle memory works out how to fixed gear bicycle.

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CAN WE HAVE A OWN SECTION FOR THE BICYCLES ?
AND SINCE WHEN ARE BICYCLES TRANSPORT?
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I would love a board just for bicycles. The train/bus/boatfags are ruining the board. Gliderbros are cool, though they haven't posted a lot recently.
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Threadly reminder that /n/ is among the slowest boards on 4chan as it is, and cycling is the only thing keeping traffic on /n/ high enough to justify its continued existence.

If cycling got moved to its own board, /n/ would be deleted shortly thereafter, and all you'd be left with was a /cyc/ board that no longer felt the need to graciously ignore your weird train threads.

You're the ones getting the good deal out of getting lumped in with us, not the other way around.
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>>989819
Since like 5 minutes after they were invented.

Best speed/value bike on flat?
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flat bar road bike, obviously.
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track bike
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I mean a model

also how second hand compete?

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I am 175cm (5'7) and an inseam of 81cm. I got told by a few bike shops that a 52cm bike would be best for me. I really dig the Caad 12 and found a used one 400$ cheaper than a brand new one but it's 54cm. Should I still go for it even if it's a little too bug for me or should I save for a new one?

Also, suggestions for a beater road bike at around 100-500$ CAD? Something that doesn't attract thieves.
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Also arm's lenght is about 71cm
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>>989554
You dont want a bike thats too big for you. No adjustments will fix that issue and make it comfortable. Save up for one that fits right.
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175cm is 5'9.

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>not having a mount on your handlebars/stem to put your phone on so you can have a map/play music/play podcasts without worrying about headphones or any of that shit
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>>989360
i hope you're not implying that you listen to podcasts and music without headphones
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I use bone conduction headphones because I'm sure nobody wants to listen to my weeb ass music
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>>989361
whats wrong with that? its safer on a bike to not use headphones

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So a friend of mine is selling his 1983 Honda PA50 II moped. It has pretty much all original parts with an upgraded exhaust installed. It also comes with the original exhaust. The only things it needs are a charge on the battery or new battery(the battery is only used for the lights so that's not even a must for daytime riding), possibly some bulbs for the lights, and he recommends I get new tubes, however the ones on the bike do hold air. His price for me is $400. Should I pull the trigger on this? For reference the main use case would be having something to ride within...
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Def, dude. Mopeds fucking rule.
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Don't buy vehicles off your friends
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>>989403
Whys that?

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Reposting this verbatim in new thread because it seems once bqg locks up nobody reads it anymore.

"Ok, so I've started learning how to bike because without one I won't ever get any exercise and will never be able to make my hellish schedule. All I have is my father's old Huffy Overlander, which has... problems. Its brakes SUCK and grab at different times, the gear shifter sounds like its mincing a whale every time it changes and often sends a shock through the entire bike, the bike itself just feels heavy and flimsy, and the saddle can't be adjusted...
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Your seat issue is probably just a carriage bolt.
Take off the seat, the without taking the bolt all the way out, smack that shit with a hammer and it should be able to come up and down now.
Your stem might also be this way if it's a shitty dept bike.

Check out your derailleurs and make sure the teeth aren't all worn down, too.

What do you mean your brakes 'grab at different times', like while you're riding and not touching them? Then they're cockeyed or your wheels aren't true.
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>>989295
The brakes will grab at different points of pressure when I grab. Instead of a steady increase of pressure it'll randomly grab harder even though I'm holding the brake at the same pressure.

I also checked the action of the brake itself and the rim of both tires. Both don't have any visual blemishes and the same surface, and from what little I can tell the wheels and brake assembly seem to be on aligned and straight. When I spin the wheels I don't see any wobble. When I use either brake though,...
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>>989304
You don't need a new stem or a seat post, like I said, take your time and smack the shit out of it.
I trash picked an 80s dept bike, made in mind with the buyer never actually going to ride or adjust it, a fashion item, and it took me a good half hour of smacking and wiggling before anything started to move.

As for the brakes, I dunno. Wouldn't be too hard to get new ones.
So long as they stop you, I wouldn't worry about replacing them until you just straight get a new bike.

In short,...
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Posted this on /fit/ and they told me to come here and ask. I want to buy a cheap reliable bike to ride to the gym and back. What should I look for in a bike?
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>>989244

A used 80/90 road one.
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Two wheels. No rust.
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>>989244
Low price. No dampers of fluff. The €400 plain Kona Dew is a good choice. Lack of discs are not an issue for fair weather casual riding.

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Believe it or not boys, a nigger stole my bike. I chained it up outside the train station, and when I got back from school, it was gone. The Chicago Transit Authority played me a video of a nigger using what appears to be a small crowbar to break my lock.

Help me pick a used bike, /n/

https://chicago.craigslist.org/search/bia?search_distance=3&postal=60614&min_price=150&max_price=200

This one is my current favorite. Is it ok?

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/bik/5712767180.html

I'm a tall skinny Asian guy, so no manletcycles please.
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>>989227
Btw I need something that's sturdy enough to deal with the million potholes in Chicago
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>>989227
1) Not all African Americans are scum
2) Whats your budget
3) Use a better lock/more locks
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>>989227
>Believe it or not, a nigger stole my bike
>chicago
>locking up your bike in a public area and leaving it unattended for hours

I hate thieves as much as the next guy, but you deserved it, holy shit you must be naive to think nothing would have happened.
as a community, we can prevent a lot of these thefts if we just stopped giving them opportunities

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I tried to do wheelies and forgot that I was clipped in. Landed badly on my back.

Rate my stupidity.
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>not using the train instead
8/8 stupidity
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rated.
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>>989151
A for effort my friend

Any of you nigs have any experience with these new Vittoria g+? I'm debating between these or rebuying another pair of 4000s 2s.
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I tried Corsa CX tires and they felt more comfy but noticeably less responsive than GP4000SII. Seems to be a common opinion among people who have tried both. the GPs feel fast but ride like wood.

Maybe G+ is the answer to this gap? Couldn't hurt to try em out. Schwalbe Ones are surprisingly good as well, for a tire made in Asia
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I have them. Only got them mounted last week and did 50 miles on them. They seem very nice but my only standard of comparison is gatorskins. They are certainly much more comfortable and grippy than the gators.
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No experience either, but I did like the schwalbe one better than the 4000sII

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/pybt/ - Post Your Bike Thread
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Did some work on my boss' friend's bike and he gave me this set of open pros he had laying around for free! Fucking sick af senpai

Don't mind the saddle position, I think I have a stripped bolt that needs replacing.
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Behold my shitbike.
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burnerbike

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What do you think of this Honda?
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GOAT private jet
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Does VTEC kick at 100knots?
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>>987934
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