But to answer your question: the advances are numerous. The computational power alone is allowing ever more sensors and complex algorithms to be integrated. I think the next big leap will be the communication between cars and themselves and the infrastructure itself.
>>1017396 So did he try to turn and make it or kept going? Did he actually land there? I'm all about flying low and taking chances but fuckin up is absolutely embarrassing ....I'm curious what this guy did after
Look, kid. I don't know who you are or what kind of riding you do, but I'm not one to back away from a challenge -- or from danger. You see those professional freeriders hucking backies off 30 foot cliffs on gravity rigs? Yeah, I'm one of those guys. Or the guys riding 100kph in a peloton only centimeters away from other riders, where the slightest mishap would send them flying onto the pavement -- or worse, off the cliff that the road is running alongside? Yeah, I'm one of those guys too. I'm a 3-time downhill world champion and a 5-time Tour De France... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
this was literally the dumbest thing i've read on this website, i'm not just saying this board the whole website so that's saying something you're trying entirely too hard and being entirely too obvious please do not ever post here again
My 8 speed 105 shifters died and I replaced them with Microshift 8 speed shifters. Works fine so far. I think you're wrong though. I love campy/shimano stuff, sram can eat a dick since they're restricting sales to Australia
Hey /n/. Before I try to jump into an aviation career and get disappointed, I was wondering if my shitty eyes are anywhere close to the FAA's Class 1 vision requirements, and if I don't if there's anything I can do about it, like Lasik. I'm gonna have another checkup in a week, but here are my last exam's results, whatever the fuck they mean.
Spherical -3.50 and -2.50 Cylindrical -0.75 in both Axis 020 and 013
I'm pretty sure that -3.50 is off limits, so I'm probably gonna have to get Lasik either way.
I just baught a used bike, which is in a pretty decent condition except for one problem, which I didn't notice being a noob, the front derailleur is stuck in the second/middle gear. What I want to know is how bad is this given that the back works fine? I am aware that it could be a simple problem that can be fixed with cable change or slight adjustment of the derailleur, but worse case senario, what if I do need to change it how much is it going to cost, and is it urgent, can i just use my bicycle at middle gear and shift back gears higher for incline and lower for decline?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A guy is selling me his "like new" 26" huffy mountain bike for bike 200$ to be honest im a complete noob when it to comes to bicycle and im wondering if im getting a nice deal , assuming that its like new as he says, or is he robbing me off
I learned how to by myself. I went to a bike shop to buy a new bike and saw a unicycle. I bought it out of interest and learned in about a month. Unicycle thread, explain how you learned, and if you still unicycle.
>>1007785 >talking to cashier at sandwich shop >conversation leads to cycling >says hes too traumatized to cycle after getting in terrible accident >shows me scar on his face the scar was fucking gnarly, i feel bad for him he was a total bro
Probably not. If it's like regular Uber, then it will be a decent wage if they just move into town and a worse wage the more established they are. You are classified as a contractor so The Company has an easier job cutting you loose when you fuck up, and less need to support you if something goes wrong on the job.
That said what else are you doing with that time. Free time, ability to ride a route you want, ability to apply to better positions are all costs of 'taking the job'. On the other hand, the hustle counts as being employed on your resume; work... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>people would steal your rusty iron bike with absolute no value for the sake of it How did they manage to get the bicycle without breaking the chain is what is bugging me actually I had to get back home on foot. On foot! Can you imagine such a pain?
Alright /n/ most of us are cyclist here and I'm sure we've had our fair share of stories correlating to a bleeding ass wether it was you rode for too long and popped a vein, wiped to hard after a long ride or just don't have the right saddle I want you to share your experiences below. Ill start just started my training back up again and now that I'm riding more frequently I gotta remember to be less rough on wiping because at the moment my ass is bleeding slightly.
It seems like there's a general agreement that the "first generation" of diesel-electric locomotives consists of the original diesels that replaced steam engines in the 1930s-1950s while the "second generation" consists of the boxy-looking types (pic related is a classic example) that started showing up in the 1960s to replace the first generation.
After that, it starts to get murky.
How do you define the "generations" of diesels, and where do you think we are now?
>>1016928 >TFW you'll never get cremated,have your ashes be spread out onna grass field,get eaten by a cow,get shat out,and then sprout into a beatifull tree and get down for toilet paper production to finally get used by a qt3.14 on her period
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