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So I have a question about the origin of the phrase "designated service", which appears to be a term used in FRA standards to refer to locomotives that are temporarily used as B-units (i.e., because the cab equipment doesn't meet FRA regs). The regs say such locomotives need to have "DESIGNATED SERVICE—DO NOT OCCUPY" stenciled on them.

The term is used, and defined, in FRA Parts 223 (dealing with certified glazing) and 229 (general safety regs). Part 223 says that where a cab window is damaged or destroyed, the railroad must put the locomotive...
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>>986878
DESIGNATED
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>>986888
I don't get it. What's being designated? The service? Designated as what? Or in what way? What does "service" mean in the context? I'm just trying to wrap my mind around why "designated service" means "b-unit".
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Is this the same as "trail only" as I've never heard of designated service before this.

Or are all these motors dead in tow?

I think this is one of those things that just never really occurs because the engine will be taken out of service instead and repaired.

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why are team sky lame and boring?

why is TDF so lame generally?
I was watching Mercx videos and then cycling seemed so cool and dramatic now its spooky skeleton contest with no tactics, so predictable climb-climb-climb-TT-TT-TT, unlike for instance always fantastic Paris Robuaix none of the spooky skeletons can win
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>no EPO/PEDs
>muh traditionalism
Those are the two main reasons why the tour isn't as exiting as before. The riders simply can't put out 7 W/kg for entire climbs.

The traditionalism because Sky rides to win. As a 9 man team with a single objective. None of the other teams challenge Sky as an entire team but they have 1 or 2 guys with the Sky train on climbs and then everyone complains how it's impossible to attack Sky when they need to drop 5 guys before the GC rider is alone. The Sky way...
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Watch a discipline that actually requires skill instead of just fitness.
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>>985641
Sagan really is a refreshment to the sport, so unpredictable...just look at his Richmond ride, risked everthing and won by 3s. He remindes me of Tom Dwan in poker, I hope those triathleete faggots will loose.

>>985647
>Watch a discipline that actually requires skill instead of just fitness.

cant blame you for the impression though, but cycling is very different than fitness oriented triathlone and other autist disciplines.

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The seat stays on the AWOL are quite thin aren't they.

Which is best around the world touring bicycle?
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the one that fits you just right
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Something by Thorn.
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>>985495
>no genesis vagabond/datum/tour de fer
>no salsa deadwood/vaya
>disappoint.jpg

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old thread hit the bump limit (>>982129)
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okay, so i know most people have heard of 69er mtbs, with a 26 inch wheel in the back and a 29 inch wheel up front, but what about a commuter/street bike with a 700c wheel in the back and a 26 inch wheel up front? would it be manageable at all? seems like it might be kind of fun but i cant find anything significant about it on the internet anywhere
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>>985231
Oh it's fun alright
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I think i might need a multi-tool. Which one do i get? Which one would you like to carry?

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/se/en/tools/multi-tools
http://www.wiggle.com/cycle/multi-tools/

Flying is the safest way to travel.

Knowing this, how can so many people (myself included) still be afraid of flying?
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>>984945
You don't know if the pilot dedices to bane post irl.
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claustrophobia+acrophobia
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because if something goes wrong the chances of survival are nil as opposed to shipwrecks or car crashes or low speed biking accidents.

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How could we realistically create a High Speed Rail Network in the United States?
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>>984371
Honestly I'd be too afraid to ride one in today's world. I work for a freight railroad and just the other day we heard about an Amtrak crashing into a barricade made on the tracks by some drunk fuckheads on a 4 wheeler. It's almost a guarantee in America that some degenerate is going to sabotage the rails just to watch it crash. We are used to freight railroads and most people don't even think about them, but give them something nice, shiny, fast and new and they'll want to fuck with it.
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>>984371
earmark a trillion or so and decades later you might get a 40 mile line which is overpriced and under 80mph.

if land rights ever get sorted out.
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>>984371
A nationwide one? Can't be done.

Separate ones for a handful of megaregions? State + federal buy in and/or infrastructure bank.

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*TRAIN/BIKE UNITY THREAD*

Post beautiful girls/women of rail and cycling. No lewd posting please
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More like hot garbage
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>>983306
that womans face is almost as ugly as her bike

>$350
>Stylish
>Straight lines
>Fixie
>Lightweight

This is literally the ultimate bike.
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>>979695
yes
no
no
no
no
no
no
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>>>/trash/
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>>979696
You're saying 20lbs is not light?

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What do you think the biggest blunders in transportation history were?

I'll start:
>allowing the Milwaukee Road to de-electrify and abandon their Pacific Extension from Washington to Montana and not prosecuting the company's management for fraud, corruption, embezzlement, etc.
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>>977129
Some more info on the criminal corporate conspiracy to destroy the Milwaukee Road.
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>>977129
Can't fight big oil, broski.
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>>977133
Maybe not, but you can certainly expose them and their allies when they betray the American people for selfish gains.

I call it a blunder but the conspirators knew exactly what they were doing and made out pretty well, despite thousands of jobs lost and permanent damage to American infrastructure through their actions.

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ITT Photos of transport that are comfy or cosy.
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Love PATCO's shit-yellow lights.
Makes it nostalgic in-the-moment.

The new trains blow.
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>>942721
Where you from my man? Marlton here
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This is to all the anti car "muh death cages" "muh environment" Critical-Mass tier idiots.

Cry and complain all you want. Talk shit, get hit. The road is for everyone.

Most people (99%) are fine with BOTH cars and cyclists, but the special-snowflake cyclists think they deserve more privileges on the road, to the point that they bully people on the road with the so-called "Critical Mass" hooliganism.

/n/ bicycle threads are echo chambers that breed anti-car Critical Mass-ism. Come out and see how everyone else sees you. You are...
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>>987731

If you think most people use the road responsibly, you are clean out of your fucking mind.
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>>987731
Hey there!
I literally didn't read more than the three first words of you presumably shitty OP.
But did surely did give me the incentive to advice you to go kill yourself,preferably in the most violent,bloody way imaginable.

You are literally worth less than dust,you are worthless,slow,out of the game.
A Maggot,A shitstain.
The world literally made a mistake by creating yet another 225 lbs manchild,complaining about some mundane shit.
KYS
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Should I buy a bike, or rent one?
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Yes, or just steal one
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>>987721
If I catch anyone trying to steal by bike I'm going to stab them, rip their kneecaps off with a sharpened tire lever and rape them to death with my co2 pump. I will go to prison for my bikes.
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Rent if you're travelling for a week or two and don't have a bike you absolutely want to bring with you. In other cases buy.

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pls r8 my city's urban architecture
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bump? nobody?
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I dunno, that urban density looks vulnerable to Godzilla attacks.
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That looks an awful lot like Santiago

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Is cycling a form of catharsis for anyone else on /n/?

I have been suffering from clinical depression for about 26 years, and cycling daily is the only thing that helps alleviate it. I still deal with it, but commuting to work via bike has done a lot to make me more stable.

How has cycling improved your mental health?
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Yes. Manual labor helps. Do the dishes, pass the vacuum, make wooden furniture for your house. Things like that.
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I only make KOM because I'm trying to outride my feelings
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>>986709
>King Of My feels

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Had my brake housing fail. Post unique or rare parts failures.
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The only unique thing here is that your housing end was not appropriate for the housing cable.
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>>986659
Are you stupid? Look 4mm to the side. They're the same size.
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>>986659
OP here. Your Fred is poking out.

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I'm feeling the urge to buy a longboard.

Is longboarding basically skateboarding? Is it a little easier?

My town is all flat and the roads at some places aren't the best (some cracks/holes), would commuting via a longboard be efficient?
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Yeah, it's easier since the wheels are designed with streets and shit in mind.
You're not doing any tricks or anything, but it could be fun.
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>>985618
>would commuting via a longboard be efficient?
Sorta? Not nearly as efficient as a bike. but if you're really wanting a long board there's really no reason it wouldn't work. I mean as long as it's not too long
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Longboards are easier to bomb down hills on but if it's flat you won't be really comfortable on either until you're comfortable on both. They're better for crappy roads but they're cumbersome as fuck in comparison so not really suited to commuting imo. A skateboard is no thing to bring into a shop or strap to a backpack but a longboard is a heavy large bitch.

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I'm not really a cager but I love the art and design of interchanges. Post your favorites, least favorites, whatever. I feel like this belongs here.

Useful website: http://midimagic.sgc-hosting.com/ichange.htm

Pic related is the Marquette interchange in Milwaukee, which a friend recently had the pleasure of driving across. I myself took a trip to Denver last week from the Twin Cities. Saw my first diverging diamond interchange under construction in NE, which was nice. Also out west seemed to have more parcloes than here, which was neat.
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>>984147
My favorite at home. Most others are relatively small and uninteresting, or cloverleafs and uninteresting.
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>>984147
Japan also has some cool stuff, but I try not to think too hard about theirs because of the direction issue.
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This one in the west end of Toronto. The original plan was for this to be a 4 highway interchange consisting of the 401, 427, Crosstown Expressway, and Highway 27. The Crosstown was never built except for the short stretch of Eglinton Avenue that leads into this interchange.

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Was BART a mistake?
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>>981099
Closing the key system was.
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>>981099
The BART is weird. IMO only SF peninsula should have had rapid transit, and commuter lines to the rest of the bay area.
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>>981099
yes

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vrrrrrrrrrrrrr cccchhhhhhttt
tsssssssssstt
beep beep beep beep
tssssssssssttsss
vrrrrrrrrrrrrr*chshhh*vreeeeeeeee*chshhh*vvvvwwwwvveeeeeeeeoooo
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>>972389
these buses remind me of the french porn stars who make their videos on
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>>972394
That baneposting scene was also shot in one.
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>>972389
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tsssssssst tsssst
vrooo vrooo vroooo VROOOOOOOOOOMMMMMNNNNNNNNNHHHNHNHNNHNHN OOOOOOEEEEEEE

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/n/ Jersey Gen 1.1

Jerseys and caps are now available at https://www.podiumwear.com/team-storefront/n-transportation-jerseys/
Water bottles available at http://www.cafepress.com/forevershinkansen.1785538294

The store will be open through Sunday, make sure to get your orders in before then. ETA for receiving our jerseys is mid July.

For those who missed the details on the differences between the jersey styles: Gold and silver are race fit, bronze is club fit. The silver jerseys are a little looser in the torso than gold, and also a little longer. The gold...
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It's the gen 1 jersey, just more ugly.

I ordered a cap tho
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>>965704
>It's the gen 1 jersey, just more ugly.
Thanks y-you too
>I ordered a cap tho
I hope you enjoy your cap, anon~

Make sure you wear hi-vis otherwise a cager, not making sure he doesn't run someone over, might kill you.

But if he does, remember to wear a helmet so he might just retard you for life.

>this is totally not victim blaming
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>be riding above 30 km/h on bike in area where speed limit is 30.
>Cagers still tailgating and swearing at me
I just don't understand.

Actually makes me want to buy a semi-faired recumbent so I can cruise on the expressway/limited-access road and annoy cagers by slowing down traffic but not doing anything illegal.
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Unless all motorized vehicles are required to be fully reflective signal colors with constant yellow warning illumination - NO.
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I myself like to go all the way and maximize visibility by wearing pic related. I think these should be mandatory.

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Rate my bike, got it out of a lottery 2 years ago, riding now.

Any tips on what should I change?

>Inb4 underage
>Inb4 change the whole bike
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collectible/10
rare manlet uber XC downhill dirtjump AM Freeride pussy magnet.
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>>986477
wat? there's no way in hell that's a real Bianchi. this is like the bike version of buying a Louis Vouiton handbag from a kiosk next to the subway, a chinese bootleg except not even pretending to look anything like the brand name product
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its a walgoose- look at the welds

I'm about to agitate my prostate with this bad boy. Post your fave sex toys /n/
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This is a good thread.
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>manlet holding cowboy boot spur
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>>986230
>bragging thread
Do you even race? Or do you just like to throw away a couple thousand bucks on an expensive piece of tech that a non-racer has no real use for?
>Fred tech

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when was the last time a bike video made you swing your arm and yell some "fu** yes" type of stuff?
for me it had not happened in a while, i watched the giro and tdf and shits where ok but this right here really made it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpOFOVA-eaQ
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I know it's a mortal sin here, but I legitimately enjoyed watching all the bike riding in Premium Rush.
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>>985910
kek what a boss. It would have been more funny if he ate shit on the last attempt too though.
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>>985910
I don't have sound. What's going on here?

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Where can I find in depth information about inflatable boats? Particularly recreation ones, for chilling on a river or lake. Not so much the navy seal zodiak ones, but those are bitchin' too. Not sure the differences.

Can these be stored in a truck bed? Or do you need a trailer? How do you inflate them? Are you a goner if you scrap rocks and puncture them?

Browsing manufacturers websites aren't helping much.
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ANY input? Serious 11 out of 12 threads on here are about bicycles
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hey /n/, what kind of attire do you usually bike in? Including shirt, pants/shorts, shoes, and any kind of bag/backpack? And does it change based on your riding situation, like commute for work vs. leisure?

I just wear the same plain white t-shirt and plain black basketball shorts with a black Jansport SuperBreak backpack and some kind of black shoes (usually sneakers or running) so that bike grease won't affect them. The same thing whether commuting or leisure

But sometimes I see people biking in a full suit and think its pretty cool. Then I see the Lycra...
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Obviously you dont even /fast/
gb2 >>>/toy/
>>>/fa/
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Bibs and a jersey whenever I'm riding. Backpack when I'm commuting.
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>>985339

>football players wearing lycra is utilitarian
>wrestlers wearing unitards is utilitarian
>MMA dudes wearing speedos? utilitarian
>cyclists wearing lycra is gay

Have you considered the possibility that you are simply an idiot?


To answer your question, what I wear depends on the weather, my intended ride, and my plans for the day. If I'm going to go out for a serious...
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Does anyone own any? im considering buying an esatto ddl since my current bike is falling apart on me
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>>984887
The first gen ones were made of Scandium and were the tits! Haven't seen the aluminum ones in person, but the builds look decent for the price.

Before you buy, have you looked at the new 2017 Roadhouse and Wheelhouse?
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>>984887
What is your current one and how is it "falling apart"?
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>>984887
Not exactly a road bike.

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What are /n/'s favorite cycling jerseys? Starting off with a classic.

What do you wear?
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>>980013

>tfw I have a cookie monster one too.
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I'm looking for one. Thinking about getting just yellow/green
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>>980013
whats the point of a cycling jersey? I just bought pic related type clothes for much cheaper and its comfortable + stays dry and easy to wash

the only "cycling gear" ive ever really invested in is a good pair of cycling underwear with a pad. i went on a 120km bike ride and got bad saddle sores which prompted that purchase.

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How do you stereotype people who buy various brands?

I'll start by saying that I ride a Ridley, feel free to judge me however the hell you want.
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Hipster...with really good taste
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>>975850
Depressingly accurate.

What do you ride?
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>>975846
Putting how much gay I think judge someone for the things they like is, I´d say someone who didnt knew much about bikes but got lucky buying a good one.

Pic related.
Hit me.

Cold and windy has given way to hot and windy.
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Based headwind
Keep the casuals at home and the freds in their place
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For today's 4.5 hour ride I took 2 bottles, plus the equivalent of 3 more in my trunk bag and still had to fill a bottle up in the park on the way home. The first 2 miles of a gravel road I went down was nasty. There was a dirt dump and numerous semis passing kicking up huge plumes of dust. A dirt road I went down didn't have much traffic since the last rain, so the surface was dry and cracked. That stuff crumbles when riding over it and eats a lot of speed.
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>>965614
whats a fred

sry


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