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Does anybody here play train games? They can be either tabletop (e.g. 18XX, Age of Steam, etc. BUT not Ticket to Ride, which is just rummy with a fucking board) or electronic (although - have there been any good one recently? There's Railroad Tycoon, but I've heard the latest iteration sucked. I know of some cheap mass transit sims on GOG, however).

Discuss them here.
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i've been looking into Train Fever but I'm worried it won't be worth it
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i still play railroad tycoon 3
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I still fire up OpenTTD on occasion. The modding capabilities in terms of rolling stock are incredible. One of my fav things to do is to start in the 19th century with omnibuses and then progress through the centuries culminating with extensive tube train networks transporting people at 4000km/hr.

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I've seen them on several cx bikes
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I think that's a frame pump, familia.
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95 percent of the time a Frame pump

Other times, a double top tube, for super fatasses. Think Gargan kind of fat on on a black diamond downhill run.
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OK, I know about the "shocks pump", but a """frame pump"""? And how is that supposed to work?

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I've posted the bike here before a while back but recently have found all of the pictures I shot of it when I went through the process of restoration and somewhere in between all that shit, racing alley cats in South Florida and drinking like a sailor at pub crawls where I was stupid enough to bring it.

This is the earliest picture of this frame that I have. It was a total mess. At the time I thought it was a 1984 Designer but some careful research later on led me to believe it wasn't.

At the time it would have had a mix-match of the original Shimano...
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At the time I was also big into classic Schwinns, neither of those in the background are classic but I was in the middle of making an adult-size Stingray third from the front.

The story goes, 10 years ago I was contacted by a member of the Freakbike Militia whom I am still part of, about a road bike he found in the trash on the side of the road, thinking nothing of it I headed south and grabbed it at our December ride. Hey, free bicycle, right?

After some research on the frame I realized what I had and began working on it. It went from a pile of parts to a working...
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Grip tape and 7 speed SIS with indexed downtubes. I wished I had held on to most of these parts as it got upgraded.
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New job meant new toys. This would have been 2008 where the bike really started to take shape

Do you bring your bike inside with you when you go to the grocery store?
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>>1024845
Lock it up, people will get mad at you if you bring your bike inside because the tires have been in the dirty street.
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No.
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>>1024846
Haven't your shoes also been in the dirty street?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1340586869/nexo-tires-and-ever-tires-flat-free-forever

What does /n/ think of this meme?
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>>1024727
I bet they're heavy as fuck and the ride quality will be shit.
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>>1024727
if you ride off a curb every bone in your body will shatter.

I've ridden bikes with these sort of tires before. They're awful.

Tubeless tires and tires with kevlar belts in them already fixed this problem. Without the loss in grip, comfort, rolling resistance, etc.
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V A P O R W A R E

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Who else is gearing up for an iron distance tri next year? First one?
Am currently going for my 3rd full distance and trying to break 9:30. Swimming and running is going okay but will need a lot of work on my bike during the off season.
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No one else in long-distance tri?
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Go away smelly trifag
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I ride my bicycle in the upright position for the purpose of transportation.

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Can any of you recommend a mountain bike short which is sort of halfway between lycra and baggy? Not keen on skin tight lycra for mtb riding but dont want baggy pants either.
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Get padded undershorts then some shorts from your favourite sports brand that has your desired level of baginess
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>>1024636
>Not keen on skin tight lycra for mtb riding
y not? wear them for a day and you'll get used to them. They much more comfortable than chunky shorts.
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>>1024636
endura singletrack.

BEST

BAGGY

OUT

THERE

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If you just started cycling please change your handle bars from flat bars to drop bars, raise your seat, slam your stem and start riding 1 hour minimum per day for six months before you start posting.

Kthx
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>>1024533
>raise your seat, slam your stem
Post your bike then faggot. I guarantee my saddle-to-bar drop is greater than yours.
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>>1024533
>change your handle bars from flat bars to drop bars
Sure -- if you've got a road bike, and aren't just a commuter. And have an extra $500 lying around to invest in a whole new cockpit, even if that doubles the total cost of the bike.
>raise your seat, slam your stem
In other words, throw away the money you spent getting your bike properly fitted to you, or if you didn't do that, set yourself up for a repetitive motion injury?

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>>1024611
>it's more like a 16 year old boy having sex for the first time: can't find the hole, and uses his penis like a battering ram, instead of the precision instrument it is.

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Bike gore thread
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>>1024389
How, heretical.
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>>1024389
What's wrong with that? What if that is the best fit for that particular rider?
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>>1024389
Damn, where do you live? I'm gonna steal that bike.

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What frustrates /n/ most about bikes, bike parts, bike accessories, or anything mechanical that could be fixed or needs a solution?

I'll start: the state of tubes is unacceptable. It's unreasonable that we can't make a tube that doesn't pop over the smallest things, leak too much you can't ride on it in a day, and cost less than $10.

Note: this is not a thread about types of cyclists or bikes you hate, or about hating bikes in general.
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>>1024297
>It's unreasonable that we can't make a tube that doesn't pop over the smallest things
Try pushing a 2x4 into your skin, doesn't work. Now try a hypodermic needle. Tubes pop over he smallest things because physics.
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>>1024298
Sure, smaller things will always have higher chances of popping tubes, but it just seems like with modern rubber it shouldn't be too hard to stop them popping all the time. Not a chemical engineer though.
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Getting goddamn mudguards on a road bike with no mounts, or a pannier rack... Fuuuuu! why can't we just plug and play everything?
And all the fucking rusting of chains at the slightest adverse weather!

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How would you fix Amtrak?
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>electrify all their rail.
>use engines that are diesel and overhead catenary powered. so they can keep going in a black out.
>for amtrak footing the bill for electrification. their trains get priority on the lines owned by cargo rail. which means faster and more reliable travel.
>every amtrak train that isn't always full of passengers. has one car replaced with a car that carry passenger cars. fuck I would go by train more if I could bring my car...
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>Cut money losing long-distance routes
>Promise butthurt senators from states losing train routes something in return
>Use funds to electrify some lines
>Make deals with freight companies for more frequent passenger service
>Buy new trains
>Lower workers' salaries (U.S. railroad workers make triple what their European counterparts do)
>Where possible buy...
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>>1024166
Forgot to mention
>Replace wooden ties with concrete ones
>Coordinate schedules so Amtrak trains never run into freight trains
>When there's enough money build passenger-only track alongside regular track so Amtrak can stop mooching off freight railroads
>Freight trains and Acela trains get dedicated tracks so Acela can reach higher speeds
>Now Acela trains...
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Old thread >>1022249

Ask your questions here
- Mechanical issues
- Buying advice


>General Resources
http://www.sheldonbrown.com/
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help
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To the multiple anons who have chinese frames on here, how have they been so far? and where did you buy it from?
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>>1023909
I don't own one, but I'd advise against it. Most of the horror stories you hear about carbon fiber frames shattering catastrophically are either off-brand Chinese-made, or counterfeits of well-known name-brand frames.
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>>1023911
i dont hear too many horror stories about them, i hear more good things about them than bad things tbqh. All bike are made in Taiwan anyway so who gives a fuck.

Post things no bicycle rider should do without.
Just put my order in for my heart shaped rear lights and I'm looking for what else I should pick up.
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>>1023444
lol so randum
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>>1023444
your so le funny op xDD

you should eat le shit and kill le yourself.
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>>1023444
>t. wasting perfectly good trips for THIS shit
plz lv

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What is the best CO2 Inflator?
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pdw shiny object
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Red Zeppelin
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Do you gguys get brown/grey stains on you pads like in pic related?

Surely it can't be all fecal matter?
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It's probably bacterial growth, soak it in stain remover/prewash soak overnight
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>>1021557
2 pic with flash.

I might freeze it overnight maybe, should kill all bacteria?
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It seems that you are sweating shit

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My Yotsuba jersey arrived today. It looks great. Thinking about doing a 404km ride in it because
>404 girl
If dubs get I'll do it.
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kys
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How much did it cost?

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Does anyone else with mechanical disc brakes deliberately set them up to make a noise which scares the shit out of pedestrians when squeezed just right?

>SQUAAAAAAAAANK
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My "superior" disc brakes make me wish my bike had inferior rim brakes.
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I got some hydraulic fluid in the pads, now they squeal really loudly, I use it instead of a bell to let people in front know I'm nearby
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>tfw i fell for the hydro disk brake meme

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Only a few more hours until the first episode of Longriders airs.

Anyone else on /n/ looking forward to this 'cute girls discover road cycling' anime?
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not at all dear god no
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Not really, but I'll still watch the pilot so I can properly hate it
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>>1015600
Probably not, I tend to hate cycling animes as the main protagonist generally became strong as fuck in, what, 4-5 months, which is totally unrealistic. I also hate when they talk in a climb while giving their «most». Who the fuck have enough air to talk at a time like that ?

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attack edition

previous thread at bump limit >>996025

This is a thread to discuss racing, training and riding bikes competitively. CX is here. How fares your training, /brt/?
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Base season. Two sweet spot trainer days after work, two pre-work lifts, and 2x75mi on the weekend. I'm even getting good at riding hungover on Sundays.
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how much dosh should i spend on a bike computer? i want cadence speed HR, im 100 pages in the training bible.
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>>1015257
Buy something that's Ant+ compatible and will support a power meter, so you won't have to worry about proprietary sensors and pickups that you can't get, and in case you get a power meter of some sort later.

>>1015213
>How fares your training, /brt/?
Haven't officially started Fall training yet, even if I'm still riding and going to the gym, but I'm sick at the moment so I'm not doing anything.

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Last one is over the post limit. so let's get it going again. Come here to post screenshots of your ride data and Stravas while everyone else laughs at (You)
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>riding to the top of a mountain just to practice breakdancing

Dumb.
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Its still warm enough to just wear shorts and a short sleeve jersey
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60 km ride in the city today since it was windy. The gusts were nearly 70 km/h so I had to stay on the streets instead of the MUP which has nothing to block the wind.

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These goddamn things are ruining my life ;_;
I need any and all options for dealing with them. PLease help me /n/
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Wish you luck. Got no suggestions.
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>>1008977
summoning Schwalbe Professional Tires
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>>1008982
Not even Marathon pluses can deal with those.

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Post heritage railways ITT.
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Are those check rails or is that some dual gauge shit going on there?
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>>1007433
Appears to be a turntable. So checkrails.
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>>1007466
That's what i would have thought but for them being really far apart, on the outside, extending quite far back along the approach roads and only on some of the roads and with no whatever the feeder kinks are called- plus I've just noticed a set of genuine check rails at the edge of the turntable. I reckon it might be dual gauge shenanigans.

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Railway velocipedes, or rail-cycles, are like the bastard love children of bikes and trains. Post them ITT.
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>>1002680

The worst of both worlds :)
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>>1002684
The lack of symmetry in that design triggers me. I prefer this symmetrical one here:
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some history

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Post news, pictures, videos of trams or light rail.

>Ringvägen Station in Stockholm, Sweden. 1933. It has since been renamed to Skanstull.

>The Södertunneln was a premetro line that consisted of three stations. It was converted for metro use in 1950, and is now apart of the green line.
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From the old thread...

Tatra T3D-M in Chemnitz, Germany.
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>>969516
Why are the new Skodas going to be bidirectional? All lines including the new line 3 have loops. And for temporary construction works some of the Varios are bidirectional, as are all the CBC tram-trains.
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>>969646

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who /bikepacking/ here ?

i am an avid mountain biker/overlander but am considering taking my bike on some multi day trips

any tips?
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>>1024423
>any tips?
Sleep in a hammock.
A LOT lighter (and smaller) than tent/sleeping pad.
As long as you can find two trees 9-15 feet apart it sets up much faster than a tent. You don't have to clear the ground of rocks and twigs.
The ground doesn't have to be level, or dry.
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Bags will destroy your frame paint or worse if you have a carbon frame. Use tape/roll cuts of old tube around the frame where the bags are in contact to prevent that.
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>>1024433
>You don't have to clear the ground of rocks and twigs.
>The ground doesn't have to be level, or dry.
Yea so if u fall out in ur sleep you land on rocks nd break ur head, land on sticks nd stab urself, land on a wet hill and roll down into the ocean and drown
SMART THINKING u fuckin tardo

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How many bikes is a good number of bikes to have?
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>>1024125
if you're still novice enough to be asking this question, then the answer is that you can never have enough.
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n+1
n = the number of bikes you currently have.
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>>1024125
Currently I have five at my house.
>steel road bike
>90's rigid mtb commuter
>90's cyclocross bike
>80's rigid mtb
>another 90's rigid mtb for parts and soon to be fixed up for a friend

In my parents' garage I have the "cemetery" of old steel mtb's, BMX bikes, and forgotten projects from years ago.

I...
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What are some of the better/most interesting countries or cities with bike culture.

Hard mode: no amsterdam too obvious. (But everything worth copying is welcome anyway)

Japanese one seems very comfy.
https://youtu.be/aaOvq8iBhDs
https://youtu.be/Z1Egea1FEmE
https://youtu.be/9XvH_S7MrWQ
https://youtu.be/XR75S1uqnbw
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>>1023410

Thanks for the vids
NHK World does such God awful voice overs tho
Sounds like George Takai trying to impersonate George Takai
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Edinburgh has fairly decent bike infrastructure in parts, lots of commuters and hardcore roadies, and a decebt spread of LBS and cycle cafes. Lots of good road and MTB places outside the city too...and so far nobody has gotten on my ass for cycling around town.

The Scottish local governments seem to be turning their back on cycling targets recently though. Several paths and trails have been ripped up due to local opposition.
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Portland seems to try, you can get a lot of places.
They just erected the Tillikum bridge which is for peds and MAX trains only.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilikum_Crossing

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Sup /n/.
Just wanted to let you know, as a motorcyclist, that it's annoying when you guys are on the center of the road with your bikes.

Thanks for listening.
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If you were a skilled motorcyclist, it wouldn't be an issue to get around them. Therefore, you're a shit rider.
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Dear motorist, when you're filtering through traffic and there's a gap you don't fit through, don't just stand there blocking it when bicycles can go right through it. Thanks.
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>>1022402
No problem fellow biker, I actually respect the cars queue, I hate fitting in the cars.

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>Gawd iz this shit expensive
>I've rode w/out a front derailleur b4, kinda nice
>Gawd iz this shit expensive
>The true gear range we've all waited for [altho, @ 58y.o., I'd prefer a 24t or 28t , 30t should be awesome. Let's just say u granny it more when ur ancient like me]
>Gawd iz this shit expensive
>How hard iz it to disintegrate a 12-speed chain?
>Gawd...
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>>1022203
oh btw, the 24t/28t/30t refers to the front chainwheel. The rear cassette is spec'd for 10t-50t [zomg]
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I want that kind of wide gearing on a road bike desu
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>>1022205
the front chainwheels go up to 38t.
Should be doable around a std. road frame, but I'm NOT sure a stock thumb shifter's gonna work. [altho I bet some1's working on THAT as we speak...]

Sooooo /skbg/ skateboard General?
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It's not a mode of transportation. It's a sport, and as such belongs on >>>/asp/, not here.
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>>1021815
>skateboarding is alternative hurr durr.

Its a perfectly fine way of commuting. Do it myself. Just try to stay out of the bike lanes.
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>>1021829
What's the highest combo you got on your way to school?


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